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Terry Tufts Live With Tobias Meis

by Terry Tufts

Acoustic finger style guitar accompanied by upright bass. behind solo vocals.
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Long Road Home
3:28 $1.66
2. That's What Makes a Love Last
3:42 $1.66
3. I Am Alive
4:10 $1.66
4. Marylou in Burgundy
4:42 $1.66
5. Where Did You Go With My Heart
2:28 $1.66
6. If I Were the King
3:48 $1.66
7. The Better Fight
4:35 $1.66
8. Black Velvet Elvis
3:34 $1.66
9. You Can Discover
4:40 $1.66
10. Song for a Winter's Night
3:08 $1.66
11. Big Ol' Toboggan
3:59 $1.66
12. Here
5:05 $1.66
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Album Notes
Terry Tufts is a finger-style guitarist living off-grid with his wife and daughter in the bush in North Frontenac, Ontario.
He has been playing music for enjoyment since 1963 and as a profession since 1974. Upon completing high school, he irremovably stuck his head into the sound hole of an acoustic guitar. He suffers from the affliction to this day, coupled with frequent electric outbursts that last long into the night.

In 1974 he moved to Fredericton, New Brunswick, to begin pursuing his own musical career as a singer-songwriter and guitarist, as well as working as a session musician and sideman for a variety of artists including Tom Paxton, Kathryn Briggs, David Francey, Colleen Peterson, Laura Smith, Ian Tamblyn, Bill Garrett & Sue Lothrop, The Arrogant Worms, Wayne Rostad, Susan Aglukark, Tracey Brown, and George Fox.



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