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Comin' Home

by Terry Tucker & Treehouse

Terry Tucker songs connect with Mother Earth and Poetry and reveal her first love, Classical music, her Appalachian Mountain roots and affinity for tribal riffs. Each song is unique with striking lyrics and melodies.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Comin' Home
3:31 $0.99
2. Need It
4:05 $0.99
3. Dried Flowers
3:45 $0.99
4. These Tears
3:08 $0.99
5. Changes
3:46 $0.99
6. Restless Blues
3:31 $0.99
7. Be Still
4:12 $0.99
8. Standin' in the Street
3:53 $0.99
9. Rainy Old Day
5:08 $0.99
10. On Shore
4:35 $0.99
11. Prying Eyes
3:28 $0.99
12. Far From Home
4:11 $0.99
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Album Notes
"Comin' Home" was recorded by Joe House at Creative Age Studio
Cover photo, design and art by Angus White
Graphic design by Matt Robinson.

The title track, "Comin' Home", carries the energy of Terry's decision to return to West (by God!) Virginia, and form a band with Ardyth Gilbertson, which became "Treehouse". "Far From Home", which ends the CD, weaves a tapestry of longing for Terry's magical childhood visits with her mother's family in the mountain hollers of West Virginia. If variety is the spice of life, then this album is the spiciest - lectures to self "Be Still", nature wisdom "On Shore", contentment "Rainy Old Day", love songs, "Standin' in the Street", "These Tears", restlessness "Restless Blues" & "Changes", depression & longing "Dried Flowers", awareness "Need It" - all add pepper, salt, herbs and spices.

Terry Tucker - Vocals, piano, keyboard, acoustic guitar & drum (Far From Home), steel drum (Changes)
Ardyth Gilbertson - Vocals, percussion
Matt Robinson - Guitar
Matt Lewis - Bass, (Comin' Home, Dried Flowers, Changes, Restless Blues, Be Still, Standin' in the Street, Prying Eyes)
Scott Rockwell - Bass, (Need It, These Tears, Rainy Old Day)
Butch Sanders - Congas, (Comin' Home, Dried Flowers, Changes, Be Still, Rainy Old Day)
Jesse Schultzaberger - Drums (Comin' Home, Restless Blues, Be Still, Rainy Old Day)
Brian Sagar - Drums (Need It, Standin' in the Street, Oh Shore)
Kelly Cornelius - Djembe - (Dried Flowers, Prying Eyes)
Steve Kemp - Guitar (On Shore)
John Thomas - Alto sax - (Restless Blues, Standin' in the Street)
Dave Van Deventer - Violin, (Dried Flowers)
Joe House, Rhythm Guitar (Need It)



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Leslie Walker, San Francisco, CA

Comin' Home is Different
Your CD is different than any I've heard. Every song is so carefully made, strong musical background, feelings I have myself - Dried Flowers, Rainy Old Day, Restless Blues. Thank you! Leslie Walker

Laurel Abraham

Very Creative - Full of Talent, Energy and Fun
I was amazed at the creativity and talent displayed in this CD. It is an excellent CD. The best I have heard in a long time. It is chocked full of potential hits. Very creative, each song different but a common thread runs throughout. Lots of energy. I can listen to it over and over again. Most of the songs are each one of my favorites now. These songs touch the heart and resound in the soul and generate lots of energy and fun.

Laurel Abraham

Its the best CD I've heard since Nora Jones!
I was at the CD signing. I bought one copy there, and liked it so much I want to give it to friends! Its the best CD I've heard since Nora Jones!