Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Trevor Lucas "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean" LP 1964

Graphics provided thanks to Luke R Davies (see later posting)
Album cover

We have previously met Trevor Lucas in this blog featuring his album "Overlander" which he did in his early days in England.  This LP was his first and was done in the year before he left Australia.
It is somewhat of an eclectic mix as you will observe from the below tracklist.  This rip was performed and provided by our first Victorian contributor so many thanks for this album.  (Notes about the album are included in the download)
Tracks (all traditional except as noted)
   1. Hey Nellie Nellie (Silverstein and Friedman)
   2. Bluey Brink
   3. John Hardy
   4. One Kind Favour
   5. World War III Talking Blues (Bob Dylan)
   6. Casey Jones
   7. The Voyager (Gary Shearston)
   8. John Henry
   9. Cocaine Blues (Gary Davis)
  10. The Flash Stockman
  11. Follow You Down

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  1. What a great posting, Paul! I've been so long time running after this LP, which wasn't even mentioned in the book "Rock family trees" (at least not in the 1st edition, dunno about later ones), I guess I have a b/w foto of this LP at home, taken from a catalogue of about 40 ys ago... We will see, but for the moment, thank you!!

    Your Vanessa

  2. A great post. Thank you for this. I sometimes wonder if I'm alone in thinking that Trevor was a great vocalist - he is treated shabbily in so many articles and biographies, and is hardly ever given credit for his rich voice. I always loved it.

    Thanks again.

  3. TAHNKS FOR THIS GREAT POST,HERE THE COVER http://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/trevor_lucas/see_that_my_grave_is_kept_clean/

    Simon House

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    1. You are right! I never noticed that. Unfortunately, I cannot fix this omission up as I guess that I have never had that track. Anyway, I do not have it now if I ever did. However, there is a Bluey Brink version on Trevor's 1966 "Overlander" album also posted here on this blog but I'd guess that it may have been another version.