Coaster Records features singer-songwriter Terence Gillespie whos' CD "Walkaround Song" (Coaster Cat. # 19304-9701-2) has captured a sound encompassing intimate moods, adult pop, intelligent lyrics, exceptional musicianship and a deep vocal persona giving this record the stuff that success is made of. From the haunting opening title track of his release Walkaround Song (Coaster Cat. #19304-9701-2) produced by Jeff Gold, to the emotional spoken word "ghost" track Tonight I Know What Poets Feel the essence of the heart comes alive.
When he sings "I'm at a point of not looking for an answer" from the soulful ballad Armistice Day, the listener can personally relate while the piano, clarinet and bowed bass add a textural tapestry to the reminders of the self. The level of interest is renewed with a James Taylor influenced acoustic guitar on What Part Of Me Remains and the lyrics reconcile our thoughts with the passage "I know my yesterdays are made from my todays".
At a time when so many male artist are making careers based on just plain raw edge comes a singer/songwriter with deep emotion and experience. Adult contemporary radio blossoms with Sarah McLachlan, Cheryl Crow, Norah Jones, and Nelly Furtado. Terence Gillespie puts an end to the old school thought that men can not show their sensitive side and comes out a shining jewel in the crown.