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Walk On

by Terry Tufts

Original Country Folk
Genre: Folk: Free-folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Many Miles Away from You
3:20 $2.00
2. Hope Nobody Knows This but Me
3:48 $2.00
3. Look to Yourself for Your Heaven
3:38 $2.00
4. In the Arms of Margaret Ann
4:49 $2.00
5. Sweet Little Mystery
5:05 $2.00
6. In the Eleventh Hour
4:36 $2.00
7. One
4:10 $2.00
8. Swing Her About
3:48 $2.00
9. My Father Would Say
5:27 $2.00
10. Deep Purple
3:14 $2.00
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Album Notes
Terry Tufts
Borealis Records

Ian Tamblyn – Production and Keyboards
Marty Jones -Engineer
Peter von Althen - Drums
Fred Guignon – Electric Guitar
Christine Graves – Background Vocals
Ken Kanwisher - Bass
Marion Linton - Violin
Wendy Davis – Background Vocals
Dan Whiteley - Mandolin
Willie P. Bennett - Harmonica
Andy Daub – penny whistle

Once more out of the breech, stinkin' of grease. This started percolating in May '99 and ran through to April of '00. It was recorded at Sound of One Hand in Ottawa, The Nation's Cabbage Roll. Ian Tamblyn produced it, played keyboards, floor, and revealed himself to be much more fun than he'd really like anyone to know. Martin Longden Jones … this doesn't work, Marty …engineered and was funnier than a busted crutch. Peter von Althen played drums, floor, knee, and percussion and did a wonderful imitation of a smile that walks like a man. Ken Kanwisher played bass, floor, knee, and spoke highly of Miles Davis. Fred Guignon played lap steel, electric 6 and 12 string guitar, and cursed at the electric 12-string guitar. Dave O'Heare loaned us the electric 12-string guitar. John Dooher gave us the luxury of time and drooled over Dave's electric 12-string guitar. Marion Linton played violin and missed Steve. Dan Whiteley played the mandolin and scared the hell out of everybody. Willie P. Bennett played jaw harp, mouth harp, mouth organ, and harmonica and scared the hell out of everybody. Andy Daub played flute and turned into a fashion plate right before or eyes. Wendy Davis sang background vocals and said, "What's the name of that book about quitting smoking?" Christine Graves sang background vocals and said, "What's the point?" I played acoustic 6 stringed guitar, not electric 12, dobro, 5-string banjo, knee, floor, and chest, sang, and wrote the tunes except for Sweet Little Mystery (MARTYN, Blue Mountain Music / Chrysalis) and Deep Purple (MITCH PARRISH & PETER DE ROSE, Redwood Music) FACTOR and The Ontario Arts Council sent money and said "You know, you're late with this." Chopper McKinnon more or less told me to get off my duff and get on with it. SPECIAL THANKS TO: Kathryn Briggs, my dear wife without whom I am so incomplete. You've helped in so many ways and never complained or thought twice about pitching in and I love you dearly for it. Mum & Dad & Francie & Tim & Emily & Corey, Janice & Karen & Howard Briggs, Nicole Colbeck, John Dooher, Brian Dubbeldam, Terry Eagan, Bill Garrett, Eve Goldberg, Tracey Holmes, Grit Laskin, Arlene Loney and The Ontario Arts Council, Peter MacDonald, Paul Mills, Dave O'Heare, Alina Paftaluta and FACTOR, Arthur MacGreggor and The Ottawa Folklore Centre, Chopper McKinnon, Heidi Rath, Paulette & Alex Sinclair, Steve's Music, Dean Verger, and Lillian Wauthier.

1. (3:23) Many Miles Away From You
2. (3:47) Hope Nobody Knows This But Me
3. (3:33) Look To Yourself For Your Heaven
4. (4:45) In The Arms Of Margaret Ann
5. (5:18) Sweet Little Mystery
6. (4:29) In The Eleventh Hour
7. (4:06) One
8. (4:45) Swing Her About
9. (5:27) My Father Would Say
10. (3:14) Deep Purple




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