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Although he name-drops people like Allen Ginsberg, Bettie Page and Che Guevara, the songs are more film noir than documentary, exploring environments and ideas that are usually left to art-films or graphic novellas---or to someone like Tom Waits (an often-cited comparison).
The most striking thing about this album and songs like “Way Back When,” “Spread ’em” and “The Rebel,” in particular, is that Terfry is inventive while maintaining a thematic familiarity, avoiding the calls of “we heard that before” that plague many artists around as long as him.
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Terfry is also a radio host, hosting the weekday Radio 2 Drive show on CBC Radio 2 since September 2, 2008.
Terfry was born in 1972 and raised in Mount Uniacke, Nova Scotia, a rural community 40 km north of Halifax.
Richard Terfry (born March 4, 1972), better known by his stage name Buck 65, is a Canadian alternative hip hop artist.
Underpinned by an extensive background in abstract hip hop, his more recent music has extensively incorporated blues, country, rock, folk and avant-garde influences.
Terfry was initially interested in pursuing a career in professional baseball, and at age 16, was scouted by the New York Yankees; however, his dream was ended following a shoulder injury.