David Holt | Hairyman Meets Tailybone

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Hairyman Meets Tailybone

by David Holt

"A dazzling array of music and storytelling". VOGUE Magazine.
Genre: Spoken Word: With Music
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1. Tailybone
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2. One Wish
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3. Hairyman
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11:37 $0.99
4. The Taen-awa
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5. The Jealous Bones of Aaron Kelly
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6. Gooteekhl
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7. Barney McCabe
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8. Hairyman Meets Tailybone
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Album Notes
What Happens when a man cuts off the tail of a strange creature, eats it for dinner, then the creature wants it back?
What happens when a young boy outwits a hairy monster from the swamp?
What happens when a brother, sister and their three dogs outsmart an evil witch?

Listen to these stories and more for all ages. Let the fun begin!


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Charles Johnson

Great Stories
These are all stories I have read, but David Holt tells them with a great old-world style.
There are no sound effects, but he does play some music in just the right places. I love the eerie sound of the slide guitar in Tailybone, it gives a fantastic sense of a moonless night down in the bottom country.