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New CD!    Nine-tail Cat, available now!

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"John Hardy" with Frank Metcalf on harmonica

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"Featherbed"

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"I Truly Understand"

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Hard Times

released 2009

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(all recordings done at Avast Studios, December 2008)

"How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live"

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"Single Girl, Married Girl"

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"Booth Shot Lincoln"

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Review of Hard Times from the Seattle PI, April 2011 - here>>

Review of Hard Times from Rolling Stone (RS Issue-1096), January 21st 2010 - Fricke's Picks by David Fricke

Velvet Folk Songs
On the third and fourth Velvet Underground Albums, 1969's "The Velvet Underground" and 1970's "Loaded", bassist Doug Yule was the gripping, boyish voice in Lou Reed's dramas "Candy Says" and "New Age". Yule now lives in Seattle and plays the fiddle (he builds them, too). But he still sings real-life songs in RedDog, a Seattle old-timey folk trio with mandolinist Cary Lung and guitarist/banjo player Tom Collicott. Their fine debut "Hard Times", is all public-domain tunes, antique blues and backwoods fables, flecked with a purist's grit. Yule's voice has aged a bit, but the high yearning I know so well in "Oh! Sweet Nuthin'" is still there.