songs

Songs about Tolfrey:

songsFantasize (Feat. Cecile) [Matt Tolfrey Remix] by Rob Mello from the Album Classic Through The Eyes Of: Matt Tolfrey

songs1994 (Matt Tolfrey's Freedom To Party Dub) by Lil Mark from the Album Don't Be Leftout mixed by Matt Tolfrey & Ryan Crosson

songsBus Driver (Tolfrey & Sysvester OUT-Ed Remix) by Marcashken from the Album Remix Collection Vol.1

songsThe Darkest Disco (Matt Tolfrey's Reprise) by Jay Haze feat. Ricardo Villalobos from the Album Don't Be Leftout mixed by Matt Tolfrey & Ryan Crosson

songsDecisions (Matt Tolfrey & Chris Sylvester Remix) by Darren Emerson from the Album Detone Remixed

songsDecisions (Matt Tolfrey & Christopher Sylvester Remix) by Darren Emerson from the Album Decisions

songsDecisions (Matt Tolfrey, Chris Sylvester Remix) by Darren Emerson from the Album Detone Remixed

books

Books about Tolfrey:

booksShort remarks on Mr. Twining's observations on the question to be balloted for at the East-India-House, January... by Samuel. Tolfrey (May 27, 2010)

booksAn answer to the speech delivered by Mr. Richard Twining, at a General Court of Proprietors, at the East-India-House... by Samuel Tolfrey (Jun 9, 2010)

booksThe Sportsman in France by Tolfrey, Frederic published by BiblioLife (2009) [Hardcover] (Oct 3, 2009)

booksThe Sportsman in France by Tolfrey, Frederic published by BiblioLife (2009) [Paperback] (Oct 3, 2009)

booksAn answer to the speech delivered by Mr. Richard Twining, at a General Court of Proprietors, at the East-India-House... by Samuel Tolfrey (Sep 14, 2010)

wiki

Wiki information Tolfrey:

Matt Tolfrey
Musical Artist, Person

Matthew "Matt" Tolfrey is an English DJ/Producer/Label Owner. He currently owns and operates four labels: Leftroom, Leftroom Limited, Leftout, Is This, and is a prominent international DJ/Producer; most recently securing a spot on Resident Advisor's...

William Tolfrey
Deceased Person, Person

William Tolfrey was a British civil servant in Ceylon and translator of the Bible into Sinhalese. The BFBS revised his translation 1895–1910.