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Terry Jones | The Hard Lesson

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The Hard Lesson

by Terry Jones

Celebrated Perth County Conspiracy singer/songwriter creates heartfelt and joyful music introspective to others.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Not That Song Again
2:21 album only
2. The Hard Lesson
2:45 album only
3. Heaven Can Burst
3:07 album only
4. Jumping Judy
2:51 album only
5. Walls of Jericho
2:28 album only
6. Mamma Said
3:09 album only
7. Nighttime of the Lonely Fool
3:04 album only
8. Pinky Dee
4:54 album only
9. Louis Collins
1:35 album only
10. Three Miles Down
1:36 album only
11. The Worker Blues
3:46 album only
12. Warmth of Song and Fireplace
3:03 album only
13. Ghost Towns
3:45 album only
14. Lifetime of Feelings
2:05 album only
15. Old Gang
2:42 album only
16. Go Now (Noah)
1:54 album only


Album Notes
I first saw Terry Jones singing in front of the Bayou Night Club in Georgetown under the K St. Bridge. He was face to face with the Bayou's manager filling the air with the song 'Broken Arrow' by Neil Young.

I remember being floored by his projected voice and his direct posture. I remember thinking I want to be able to do that, just sing and perform all by myself and be that good. My brother and I were the lead singers in a 6 piece band called 'Easy' and we were playing a 2 week gig at the Bayou. I met Terry that day. I was just learning guitar and I'd written my first tune with it. When he heard it, I'll always remember him saying "That's Pretty." His genuine honesty really touched my heart. If he'd said that's nice, I'd probably not have gotten to know him so well.

We became fast friends and within the year we embarked on a Canadian journey that took us to Stratford, Ontario, where we became the "Park People" busking at the Shakespeare Festival Theater for a living. Then playing at the 'Black Swan Coffee House' in Stratford and performing as 'members' of the Perth County Conspiracy Does Not Exist.

After about 5 years I left Canada and Terry stayed. Terry's been performing ever since in and around Toronto. This is Terry's first CD. I love some of the songs on ti so much that I'm putting it on CD Baby as a gift to him and you the listener. Give Terry a listen and see what you think. I think he's Genius and hope this is the beginning of many collection he puts together.



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