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LEE, CP

A multi-talented hipster that hails from Manchester, England (the land of The Lord's before daddies before daddies.) CP was doing a grand interp of The Master back in the long ago time of the 1970's, dropping audience jaws with his machine gun Buckley riffs and his laser guided timing (it doesn't hurt that he was also an accomplished musican and stage performer.) These days CP teaches at Salford University and still manages the occasional Lordly conjuring act at the King's Arms and in some little gin joints on the pettycoats of Paris.

LINKS

Dig The Lee
Dig the Lee au Pareé "God's Own Drunk"


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LINCOLN, ABRAHAM (Lanky Linc)
[1809 - 1865]

16th President of the United State of America. Assassinated at the end of the Civil War. Rechristened "Lanky Linc" by His Lordshop. Buckley's reworking of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address is a beautiful effort worth the listen.

L I N K S:

an Abraham Lincoln website

Read Lord Buckley's The Gettysburg Address at LBC

 

 


 
LOCKADOO, PRINCESS

An unseen and unheard, but royally appreciated, character in His Lordships's fantasy of the "conquering" of the New World by Ferdinand the First of Spain in The Gasser.

LINKS:

Read Lord Buckley's "The Gasser" at LBC

 

 

 


 
LOUGHBOROUGH, BILL
[1926 - 2010]

A musician and electronic engineer, inventor of Boobam drums, who, in 1945, knew a comedian in Chicago named Dick Buckley. Later Bill would move to Sausalito, California and encounter the same cat with a new handle: Lord Buckley. Buckley even stayed with Loughborough for a month in an old shipyard. Loughborough had a recording studio in Sausalito where he recorded His Lordship.

LINKS:

Boobams on Wiki