Time Has Tied Me
This MP3 version of Jay Telfer’s only released album TIME HAS TIED ME from Axe Records was recorded with the help of Jay’s many musician friends (a virtual musical who’s who at the time) and has been re-mastered from the original analog tapes.
Jay wrote “Ten Pound Note” after his days with A Passing Fancy (it became a hit single recorded by blues-rock band Steel River), wrote movie and TV scripts, collected Volkswagon memoribilia and in later years founded and edited a successful weekly antiques magazine “The Wayback Times”.
In 1990, he moved to Wellington, Ontario to open “Jay’s Bed & Breakfast” located in a home built in 1885. He hosted and performed at the Prince Edward County Folk Festival in 1992. He re-released many of the ‘Time Has Tied Me’ songs, along with some live performances under the name “Heart Of Aluminum Foil – Jay’s Greatest Hit and 15 Other Songs”.
Jay Telfer: lead vocal, acoustic guitar, organ
Richard Fruchtman: bass
Malcolm Tomlinson: drums
Murray McLaughlan: harmonica, piano
Fred Mollin: acoustic guitar, congas
Moe Koffman: alto sax, clarinet solo
Jack Zaza: baritone sax, clarinet
Kevin Staples: acoustic guitar
Produced by Greg Hambleton
Engineered by Terry Brown at Toronto Sound Studios Dec, 1973
Jay’s early music career: Pop Encyclopedia
Jay’s Wayback Times career: Wayback Times
ⓟ & © 2015 Greg Hambleton
Axe Records DL-A505