From 2008, a little film of a flag on Weaver Street in Carrboro. The recording is the first sketch of Strangers in the Sky.
The rock band Lud is pleased to announce the release of Defenestration Boulevard, the band’s first album since 2008.
The nine song album is available on most major download sites. Notes and more to follow.
Well, after a long wait we’ve found a way to record our sixth record, tentatively entitled Record Number 6.
We’re pleased to announce that the lovely and talented Pete Weiss will be jumping on a plane and coming down to work with us. Mr. Weiss is a longtime friend of the band. Years ago his band — The Pete Weiss Rock Band — recorded some tracks at Yellow Recording.
For Record Number 6, we’re starting out at Rick Miller’s Kudzu Ranch, then heading over for overdub work at Alex Maiolo’s place. We’ll finish up in Pete’s place in Vermont, hopefully in time to catch a little fall color.
We’ve been able to reclaim the old long lost Ludland site and most of the files. This makes us very happy. Putting up new/old things. There may be a few, well several, bum links if you delve too far into the past, but we’ll be fixing as we go.
A rare moment of brainstorming about our stage presence. We are discussing a light show. In retrospect Sara’s holodeck idea is not all that farfetched. Tim had some pretty strong thoughts about things.
Another song from V, this one a sincere tribute. The video was shot at Wrightsville Beach.
This is from the album V, which was released in 2008.
The original name of this song was ’71 because it had a kind of 1971 feel and for the SR-71 spyplane.
Mystical Lud cooking show episode. Part 2 has never been made.
The song is Eritrea.
Lee Waters, Bryon and Kirk playing at a party out in the country in 2008 or so. This is the end to the song Rocket to Kinshasa.
This was the pilot for the Lud cooking show.