Terence Blacker | Enough About Me

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Enough About Me

by Terence Blacker

'Witty, wistful, fresh, funny, fabulous - a treat.' Gyles Brandreth, Twitter
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. I Can't Call My Baby 'Baby'
3:14 $1.30
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2. Disappear
4:26 $1.30
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3. First World Blues (The Bigot's Song)
5:26 $1.30
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4. Marriage Song #1
4:43 $1.30
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5. The Thoughts of an Average Man
3:09 $1.30
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6. An English Love Song
5:03 $1.30
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7. Easy Listening
2:36 $1.30
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8. The Blues of 'blind Boy' Waddington-Bruce
2:49 $1.30
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9. Complicated
4:23 $1.30
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10. The Band Played On
3:32 $1.30
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11. Still Searching for That Heart of Gold
4:31 $1.30
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12. I'll Be There with You
2:56 $1.30
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Album Notes
'Nothing about Terence Blacker is particularly normal,' wrote Maverick Magazine, reviewing ENOUGH ABOUT ME. The stories, voices and characters in his song are those not often heard in music, and his take on them can be funny, tender or savage.

Compared to the work of songwriters as various as Jake Thackray, Tom Lehrer and Jacques Brel, Terence Blacker's songs are very much his own, with themes as wide-ranging as fidelity, guilt, political correctness and English blues.

' A delight in every way.... Terence Blacker’s spirit is indomitable, precise and with compassion, a rare delicacy to be able to combine expert satire with the longing of humanity.... Superbly recorded.' Ian Hall, Liverpool Sound and Vision

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