Sometimes Your Face Don’t Fit

Eleven new songs, written over the past couple of years – a bit of folk, a touch of South America, some social comment, a train song, a small private confession, a ukulele story, and a few songs whose face don’t fit any particular category or genre.

You can hear and read more at my CD Baby page here, from where the songs can be downloaded and the CD ordered.
Or you can order the CD by pressing the button below.
The price is £12 (including postage and packing).

‘There’s the witty and sporadically vulgar views of Jake Thackray, the comedic commentary of Richard
Digance and now ‘Sometimes Your Face Don’t Fit’ from Terence Blacker … you’re going to love it.’Folkwords

‘Terence weaves a path between Jacques Brel and Dudley Moore…. It’s all very funny and makes you want to catch the guy live.’Acoustic Magazine

‘All the songs are funny, pertinent and tuneful.’ The Oldie


  1. Young Girl With a Ukulele
  2. Sometimes Your Face Don’t Fit
  3. Family History
  4. Spring Warning
  5. Would You Love Me If I Were Brazilian?
  6. Too Much Information
  7. You’re On Your Own
  8. Eastbound Train
  9. My Village
  10. Slap-Happy
  11. Something Happened at Christmas

Produced by Terence Blacker and David Booth

All songs were recorded and mixed by David Booth at the Recording Booth except for Track 11, which was a home recording.