Lovely Little Games
Released in 2012, Terence’s first album includes his favourites, ‘Sad Old Bastards with Guitars’, ‘I’d Rather Be French’ and ‘Hearts of Oak’.
‘A clever songwriter, social satirist and bittersweet romantic somewhere between Jake Thackray and Jacques Brel .’ Independent
‘If “Sad Old Bastards With Guitars” doesn’t make you laugh, then you are one!’ Michael Messer Music Forum
Sometimes Your Face Don't Fit
The superb follow-up to Lovely Little Games was released in 2016 and features folk influences, a touch of bossa nova, an unusual family history and a classic ukulele song.
‘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
Enough About Me
The highly acclaimed 2018 album, released by Talking Cat Recordings.
Huge fun… It put a big smile on my face.‘ Tom Robinson, BBC6 Music
‘Marriage Song #1 is a quiet masterpiece.’ Sunday Times
‘Sharp rhymes, excellent lyrics and self-deprecating humour… a consummate crowd-pleasing performer – brilliant.’ Northern Sky Magazine
‘Witty, wistful, wonderful.’ Gyles Brandreth
Playing For Time
Selected by the Sunday Times as one of the Top 100 albums of 2020.
‘Terrific …. a collection of songs bursting with warmth.’ At the Barrier
‘Infused with a light, bright café sparkle … This is classic folk blues in the making.’ Fatea Magazine
‘A thoroughly accessible and likeable collection from this pensive and quietly intriguing man.’ R’nR Magazine
‘If you enjoy George Brassens, Tom Lehrer and Jake Thackray, this CD is for you.’ Folk London