Robbie Tucker | Acoustic Fudge

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Acoustic Fudge

by Robbie Tucker

Inspired by artists like Orbison, McCartney and Presley combined with a thirst for originality.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Maiden China
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2. Finally Got the Time
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3. Mr. Larry's Scary Carousel
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4. Taxi Driver
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5. I'm Wearing My Raincoat
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6. Never Forever
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7. Johnny Johnny John
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8. Too Much Coffee
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9. Penny Wednesday
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10. The Death of Tall Tom
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11. Hope Is All We Have (feat. Jérôme Labonté)
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12. Lazy Paul and the Fair Maid
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
For the longest time I put off recording a new album simply because I didn’t have the instruments I felt I needed. Yes it’s true I didn’t have access to the things and space I had when I put together GreenRoom but guess what things change and Jesus Christ that was nearly a decade ago. Yes sometimes life kicks you in the face and sometimes in the ass and sometimes both at the same time. But that’s true of everybody. Nobody gets around life without a few challenges here and there.

Acoustic Fudge is a colourful mix of some of the darkest lyrics I’ve written. Lyrics that have rubbed up against my bones and made my heart ache for what seemed like way too long. Combining them with some of my favourite and most playful melodies while attempting to find balance somewhere in the middle. In the end I always tell myself that if I love the song when it’s finished then I’m happy. Anything after that is a bonus.

Love is best,
Robbie Tucker.
January 13, 2016.


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