Deb Seymour | Blame It on the Dog

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Blame It on the Dog

by Deb Seymour

Start waggin' your tails and prepare to go on a wild ride with hitch-hiking chickens and naughty puppies while pondering the stinging loneliness of missed chances and a sure-fire way to deal with all those pompous critics out there!
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Blame It on the Dog
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2. Calico Shadow
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3. Je Suis Charlie Hebdo
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4. Gato Negro
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5. Critics
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6. Food
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7. Chicken in an Engine
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8. The C Do Rag
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9. Dinner for One
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10. The Angry Song
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11. Yucky Bugs
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12. Colonoscopy
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Album Notes
WOOF!!! IT'S FINALLY HERE!!!!
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"Blame It On The Dog", Deb's fourth CD of musical malarky, takes you on wild ride with hitch-hiking
chickens, mysterious shadows, reflections on single-serving meals and a new spin on a...um...certain mid-life "ritual",
we shall say. This time, Deb has even written a song in French: a moving tribute to the victims of the 2015 Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris, complete with gypsy jazz guitar and accordion. Even the "Critics" among you will stand up and take note!

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"Fabulously eclectic with Broadway sass and class! Thought provoking and abundant in talent!"
- Laura MacMahon, Seattle WA

"Each song is perfect unto itself. And so imaginative!"
- Virginia Arnott-Wald, Port Townsend, WA

"Lorraine Feather? Naw..."
- Ron Wasserman, New York, NY

"She may be barking mad, but you'll soon be howling with delight at Deb's new musical tricks!"
-Jason Wood, Seattle
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