Jeffrey Luck Lucas

Jeffrey Luck Lucas (born Donald Jeffrey Lucas September 23, 1962, in Gary, Indiana) is an American musician. A singer/songwriter, composer, and arranger, he is also a former and founding member of the seminal 1980s garage band The Morlocks, as well as a formally trained composer and cellist.

Jeffrey Luck Lucas
Jeffrey Luck Lucas at the 500 Club in San Francisco,2008
Jeffrey Luck Lucas at the 500 Club in San Francisco,2008
Background information
Birth nameDonald Jeffrey Lucas
Born (1962-09-23) September 23, 1962 (age 57)
Gary, Indiana
OriginSan Francisco
Genresfolk, alternative rock, chamber pop
Occupation(s)Musician, songwriter, composer, arranger
InstrumentsSinger-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist
Years active1984–1987, 2003–present
LabelsEvangeline, Antebellum
Websitewww.jeffreylucklucas.com

DiscographyEdit

AlbumsEdit

  • Just A Scream (Greenhaus Recording Co., 1985)
  • Hell Then Divine (Antebellum, 2004)
  • What We Whisper (Antebellum, 2006)
  • The Lion's Jaw (Growler Recording Co., 2010)

CompilationsEdit

  • "Cascade" on Comes With A Smile Vol. 10 (Comes With A Smile Magazine, 2004)
  • "Agnes, Queen of Sorrow" on I Am A Cold Rock, I Am Dull Grass, a tribute to Will Oldham (Tract, 2005)
  • "Whiteout" on Songs For Another Place (Awful Bliss, 2006)
  • "Pale Silver Eyes" on Eye Of The Beholder IV (Tract, 2007)

Other ContributionsEdit

  • Cello/arrangements on Steve Von Till's A Grave Is A Grim Horse
  • Cello on Neurosis' The Eye of Every Storm
  • Cello on Chuck Prophet's Age Of Miracles
  • Cello on The Cult Inside My Head's (Pat Ryan of A Subtle Plague) Stalking Horse and Omnipowerless
  • Cello on Paula Frazer's Now It’s Time
  • Cello/arrangements, bass, guitar, keys, backing vocals on Kira Lynn Cain's The Ideal Hunter
  • Cello on Tom Heyman's Deliver Me
  • Cello, backing vocals on Bob Frank and John Murry's Gunplay EP
  • Cello on The Dirty Pictures' Shuttin' Out The World
  • Cello on Rykarda Parasol's Our Hearts First Meet
  • Cello on Highwater Rising's Summer Somewhere
  • Cello on SF Seals' (Barbara Manning) Truth Walks In Sleepy Shadows
  • Cello and backing vocals on Amee Chapman's Still Life

External linksEdit

  • Pearson, Darren Overs (2005), "Jeffrey Luck Lucas- Hell Then Divine" (– Scholar search), Music/Artists and Albums, BBC[dead link]
  • Wolff, Kurt (2005), "All This and Hell Too", San Francisco Bay Guardian
  • Jeffrey Luck Lucas bio at Evangeline Records, archived from the original on March 15, 2008
  • Jeffrey Luck Lucas at Discogs
  • Jeffrey Luck Lucas' Official Site
  • Jeffrey Luck Lucas at Allmusic