Sunday, January 2, 2011

(Good Deal) Keeping Man - Lance LeGault

Long before Lance LeGault was known as Colonel Roderick Decker, the A-Team's dogged archnemesis, he was an accomplished musician with four records and a musical underneath his belt buckle. Chances are that if you've seen any television during the 80s (Knight Rider, Battlestar Galactica, MacGuyver, Dukes of Hazzard, Magnum P.I., etc.) you'll recognize his face, and especially his deep, whiskey burning voice. With a voice that's been described as "four octaves lower than god" it's no wonder he was selected for recording the self-guided tours of Graceland.

"(Good Deal) Keeping Man" is from Lance's first self-titled album, LeGault. It was released in 1971 on Polydor. I don't reckon LeGault has ever been remastered or reissued so enjoy this while there's still some vinyl to spin.

(Good Deal) Keeping Man

LeGault's commercial voiceover work doesn't come as a surprise.

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