The songs on "Comin' Home" start with the title track, which came to Terry after watching Bonnie Raitt perform at the Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle, WA, and making the decision to move back to West Virginia, and reunite with Ardyth Gilbertson to form a band, which became Treehouse. "Far From Home", which ends the CD, paints the threads that weave the tapestry of a childhood in the mountains of West Virginia. Every track on this CD is a strong expression of longing for nature and shouting-out-in-the-street love. Frustration & Wit, ("Restless Blues"), Anger ("Prying Eyes") and Lectures to Self ("Be Still") add some pepper.
Treehouse backs all of the songs on Comin' Home, along with other gifted Shepherdstown musicians. The newly released CD, "Treehouse", and Ardyth & Terry's Christmas CD, "Ancient Ayres & Carols for Christmas", are both available on this page under 'Albums You Will Love' and by visiting the Treehouse website, www.treehouseband.net.
Before Treehouse, Terry Tucker lived for many delicious years in London, England. While there, her trio, Sunforest, made their album, "The Sound of Sunforest", which inspired Stanley Kubrick to include Terry's "Overture to the Sun" and Erika's "I Want to Marry a Lighthouse Keeper" in his film, "A Clockwork Orange". You can read about "The Sound of Sunforest", now a CD, in October 2004 Record Collector magazine. You can buy the Sunforest CD and the soundtrack of A Clockwork Orange on www.amazon.com and through the Treehouse website, www.treehouseband.net.