A Fisherman's Tale

Kelly, Larry
April 2006
Maverick;Apr2006, Issue 45, p27
Focuses on the life and career of Thomas Fraser as a musician. Circumstance in which he started to play musical instruments; Types of music for which he developed an enduring passion; His efforts to record thousands of songs; Reputation he established as a musician.


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