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Ted Lucas was a mainstay in the Detroit music scene throughout the '60s and '70s. He founded groups like the Spike-Drivers, the Misty Wizards, the Horny Toads, and the Boogie Disease. He also played guitar, sitar and harmonica on a number of Motown sessions, most notably Norman Whitfield and R. Dean Taylor productions. In 1975, he self-released a solo album, [r=2507304], that received little attention in his lifetime.
Ted Lucas passed away on September 19, 1992. The [r=2528538] album was finally reissued by [l=Yoga Records] in 2010.