Ladislav Lučenič

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Laco Lučenič (born November 23, 1952) is a Slovak musician and music producer. He is known as a former member of such Slovak bands as Fermáta, Prúdy, Modus, and Limit. Most currently, he became popular for his role as a judge on the Slovak Pop Idol (Slovensko hľadá SuperStar).[1]

Growing up in the 1960s, he became fascinated by the "electrifying" music of the Beatles, Kinks, Rolling Stones, and others. In his project called "Satisfactory", he plays music from the 1960s. In November 2006, the show was released on DVD Satisfactory Live In Concert on the Lučenič's own label doubleL. Lučenič is also the author of a 1960s encyclopaedia, which is due to be released in 2007.

As a guitarist, he has played with other musicians (Pavol Hammel, Marián Varga, Miro Žbirka), along with producing albums (HEX, IMT Smile, Peha, Slobodná Európa, and also Marika Gombitová). His own albums "Bodliak na plavkách", "Zastávky na znamenie" and "Svetlo (...a pocit bezpečia)" have now—after a long time—been released as a 2 CD set called Laco Lučenič Komplet. His new studio album is due to be released in 2007.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
  • 1985: Bodliak na plavkách, OPUS
  • 1987: Zastávky na znamenie, OPUS
  • 1995: Svetlo (...a pocit bezpečia), BMG
  • 1996: Išla myška briežkom with Beáta Dubasová & Kopytovci, Musica
  • 1997: Good Vibes: Remixes as Double L & Vinyl Culture, PolyGram
  • 2000: Proudy (Tribute to Prúdy), Warner
  • 2007: XLL, doubleL records
Other appearances

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kusý, Ivan; Rosenbaum, Karol; slovenská, Matica (2005). Slovenské pohl'ady. Matica slovenská. pp. 137–. Retrieved 6 April 2012. 

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