Al Lucas (instrumentalist : string bass)

Also known as: Lucas, Albert B.

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CompanyMatrix No.SizeFirst Recording DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription 
Decca 72668 10-in. 12/29/1944 Please don't talk about me when I'm gone Eddie Heywood Orchestra  
Decca 72669 10-in. 12/29/1944 Lover man (oh where can you be) Eddie Heywood Orchestra  
Decca 82670 4/9/1952 Lonesome and blue Hal Singer Orchestra  
Decca 82671 4/9/1952 I love the way you love me Hal Singer Orchestra  
Decca 82672 4/9/1952 Secret love Hal Singer Orchestra  
Decca 82673 4/9/1952 Please Dr. Jive Hal Singer Orchestra  
Decca 82958 6/16/1952 Troubles Joan Shaw  
Decca 82959 6/16/1952 Better be on my way Joan Shaw  
Decca 82960 6/16/1952 Until you came along Joan Shaw  
Decca 82961 6/16/1952 Anything you say Joan Shaw  
Decca 114716 3/26/1964 Twisting & shoutin' (Doing the monkey) Jackie Wilson  
Decca 114717 3/26/1964 Deep down love Jackie Wilson  
Decca 114718 3/26/1964 Baby (I just can't help it) Jackie Wilson  
Decca 114719 3/26/1964 Groovin' Jackie Wilson  
Decca 114720 3/26/1964 Love (is where you find it) Jackie Wilson  
Decca 114721 3/26/1964 Squeeze her-Tease her (But love her) Jackie Wilson  
Decca 114728 3/27/1964 Big boss line Jackie Wilson  
Decca 114729 3/27/1964 My best friend's girl Jackie Wilson  
Decca 114730 3/27/1964 Take one step Jackie Wilson  
Decca 115661 2/4/1965 No pity in the naked city Jackie Wilson  
Decca 115662 2/4/1965 Better play it safe Jackie Wilson  
Decca 115663 2/4/1965 Star dust Jackie Wilson  
Decca 115664 2/4/1965 She'll be there Jackie Wilson  
Decca 115665 2/4/1965 No time out Jackie Wilson  
Decca 116062 5/10/1965 No pity in the naked city Jackie Wilson  
Decca 116800 12/3/1965 Do you say you wanna dance Jackie Wilson  
Decca 116801 12/3/1965 Soul galore Jackie Wilson  
Decca 116802 12/3/1965 Let me build Jackie Wilson  
Decca 116803 12/3/1965 I've got to get back (Country boy) Jackie Wilson  
Decca 116804 12/3/1965 All my lovin' Jackie Wilson  
Decca 116899 1/11/1966 I got my mind made up Jackie Wilson  
Decca 116900 1/11/1966 3 days, 1 hour, 30 minutes Jackie Wilson  
Decca 116901 1/11/1966 What's done in the dark (Will one day come to light)-1 Jackie Wilson  
Decca 116902 1/11/1966 Your loss, my gain-1 Jackie Wilson  
Decca 116903 1/11/1966 Everything's gonna be fine Jackie Wilson  
Decca 116904 1/11/1966 Brand new thing, part 1 Jackie Wilson  
Decca 116905 1/11/1966 Brand new thing, part 2 Jackie Wilson  
Decca 117676 7/8/1966 I'm not made of clay-1 ; I'm not made of clay Screamin' Jay Hawkins  
Decca 117677 7/8/1966 All night-1 ; All night Screamin' Jay Hawkins  
Decca 117678 7/8/1966 Mountain jive-1 ; Mountain jive Screamin' Jay Hawkins  
Decca 117679 7/8/1966 I'll be there-1 ; I'll be there Screamin' Jay Hawkins  
Decca SRC 154 10-in. 12/4/1944 Let me call you sweetheart Trummy Young Orchestra ; James "Trummy" Young  
Decca SRC 155 10-in. 12/4/1944 Lame brain Trummy Young Orchestra ; James "Trummy" Young  
Decca SRC 156 10-in. 12/4/1944 Please, please, please Trummy Young Orchestra ; James "Trummy" Young  
Decca SRC 157 10-in. 12/4/1944 Fla gala pa Trummy Young Orchestra ; James "Trummy" Young  

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Al Lucas (instrumentalist : string bass)," accessed October 15, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/61228/Lucas_Al_instrumentalist_string_bass.

Al Lucas (instrumentalist : string bass). (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 15, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/61228/Lucas_Al_instrumentalist_string_bass.

"Al Lucas (instrumentalist : string bass)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 15 October 2019.

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