This compact disc was originally release in 1994 as a cassette on murderecords. The sequence has been changed. Track 11 is not listed in the CD artwork or booklet. Rights Society: SOCAN.
Al Tuck (born December 23, 1966), is a Canadian songwriter and folksinger from Prince Edward Island who has spent much of his career based in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Al Tuck & No Action. No Need To Wonder, by Al Tuck. from the album Under Your Shadow. Al Tuck & No Action. 3 May at 19:17 ·. We still be hawking sheet over on my Bandcamp site. Under Your Shadow, by Al Tuck.
Singer-songwriter, Al Tuck & No Action Front Man. Music. Some titles can be found under Al Tuck and No Action. Behind That Big Red Curtain. Independent (2016 tribute) Bandcamp. Independent (2015) Bandcamp. Stranger at the Wake.
Al Tuck and No Action Catherine MacLellan The Columbia Recording Artists The Bluegrass Lawnmower. Tuck's formation of trio Al Tuck and No Action coincided with increased attention on the burgeoning Halifax independent music scene in the early 1990s. This led Tuck to a recording deal with Murderecords, the boutique music label managed by Halifax pop act Sloan, as well as a nomination for an East Coast Music Award and an appearance at Lollapalooza. Tuck's song "Buddah" is featured on the soundtrack of the Bob Dylan-themed documentary Complete Unknown. Tuck released Food for the Moon in 2009. His formation of trio Al Tuck and No Action (with various musicians such as Tracy Stevens, Dave Marsh, Doug Under, Henri Sangalang, Matt Murphy, Charles Austin, Paul Mandell, Phil Harmonica, Harry Norris, Devon Henderson, Angus Parks, Lukas Pearse and Brock Caldwell) coincided with increased attention on the burgeoning Halifax independent music scene in the early 1990s. In June 2013, his studio album Stranger at the Wake was longlisted for the 2013 Polaris Music Prize. Arhoolie (1994) – Murderecords. This led Tuck to a recording deal with Murderecords, the boutique music label managed by Halifax pop act Sloan, as well as a nomination for an East Coast Music Award and an appearance at Lollapalooza
There is a God, children," Al Tuck intones in a segmented, a cappella pronouncement that recurs throughout his wildest album ever. It's a measure of his faith that many "There is a God" verses are inspired by his good fortune: a lover moves across country for him; a car's runaway wheel narrowly misses striking him down. We're also lucky that his recent prolific streak is yielding his most astounding work. Featuring Tuck's reconfigured No Action band, this LP is his most fleshed-out rock effort in some time and songs like "Five-O" and "We.