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Has It All Been Said

by Teal & Joyce

From Heartfelt to Hilarious - original tunes that will touch your heart and tickle your fancy!
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Bad Weather
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2. Just You and Me
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3. Has It All Been Said?
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4. Nitassinan
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5. Learning to Dance
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6. Power Tools
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7. Don't Wanna Be an Alpha Male
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8. One Less Kitty
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9. Drinking in the Afternoon
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10. Sunday Drive
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11. We've Still Got War
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12. Same Damn Door
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13. Searching
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14. Will You Go Gentle?
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
TEAL & JOYCE RELEASE NEW CD “HAS IT ALL BEEN SAID…” and the answer is “NO” … They STILL have LOTS to say!

It has been seven years since the release of their last CD but this new offering shows they have not been idle. In fact they’ve outdone themselves this time with 14 new original tracks of songwriting prowess.

“Has It All Been Said…” extols artists to produce at the top of their game and challenges…
Has it all been said before?
Throw your painting on the pile
Is your masterpiece a bore?
Does it make us think or smile?...

The album Includes a stellar cast of some of Toronto’s finest musicians including Anne Lindsay (fiddle), Geoff Somers (mandolin), Ross Wooldridge (clarinet and saxophone), David Woodhead (bass), Wendell Ferguson (guitar), Jason LaPrade (dobro), David Joyce (guitar), John Showman (fiddle) and Murray Foster (bass).

Produced, recorded and engineered by the Jason LaPrade and Teal & Joyce the CD is a wonderful range of emotions and topics…
From singing the blues about climate change…
The weather is the news
The news is the weather
Someplace gettin' drier
Someplace gettin' wetter
No matter what you say it ain't getting better…Bad weather…

to the poignant…
Will You Go Gentle? Written prior to the passing of Carol’s father, it speaks of love and loss, sorrow and acceptance.
Will you go gentle?
Gentle into that good night
Will you put up a fight?
Will you say it's alright?
Go gentle into that good night…

But it’s not all serious and sober! Teal and Joyce are most renowned for their light-hearted look at life, love and human foibles…
Like womens’ rights to bear Power Tools…
Girl, What do you need when you're all alone?
What do you need when you're on your own?
You think you need a man, well don't be a fool
All you really need are power tools…

Join them in their celebration of song. Sing along and celebrate their joyful renderings and if you’d like…
Raise a glass to the friends that are near you
Toast the ones who have left you too soon
Let's slow down the pace and get out of the race
By drinking in the afternoon…

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