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Terraced Garden

Terraced Garden
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Terraced Garden began in early '81 as a solo project by Toronto-born multi-instrumentalist and composer Carl Tafel. Three LPs were released during the 1980s featuring various members and guests, but for live dates the band typically played as a trio.
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Terraced Garden — Within Terraced Garden — Within
((Not on label) CT 1960 , 1988, LP)
Terraced Garden — Braille Terraced Garden — Braille
((Not on label) CT 1958 , 1984, LP)
Terraced Garden — Melody and Menace Terraced Garden — Melody and Menace
((Not on label) CT 1956 , 1982, LP)

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