Double Dutch

by Richard Woolley

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Talk to You 04:09
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All Tied Up 04:24
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52 Weeks 05:28
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Doubts 02:50
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731 Days 03:52
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Old Man 04:56
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Limbo 03:16
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Butterfly 04:57
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316 03:24
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Canton Kiss 05:32
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Talk to Me 05:14
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Richard Woolley is a writer, musician, academic and former film director. In the late sixties, he played in a rock band called The Voodoo Strutters; in the mid-seventies, he worked as a musician and performer in Red Ladder Theatre; and in the eighties, he wrote and directed a number of films for cinema and television. These included: Telling Tales (1980), Brothers and Sisters (1981) and Girl from the South (1988). Over the last two decades, alongside his academic work, he has concentrated on screenwriting and has also written three novels: Back in 1984, Sad-eyed Lady of the Lowlands and Friends and Enemies. He has lived in Berlin, Amsterdam, Hong Kong and New Zealand, as well as in his country of origin, England. He has one son and currently works as a university professor.

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released April 1, 2010

These songs were digitised by Chris Bouchard at York University in 2006 and remixed sound designer Yanto Browning in Brisbane, Australia in 2009. Woolley plays, or programmed, all instruments on all tracks.

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Richard Woolley Yorkshire, UK

Music is Richard's first love. He's played in orchestras, rock bands and jazz combos. In 1965 his band, the Voodoo Strutters, was offered a contract by the Honeycombs' manager and in 1989, after playing at a Finnish Film Fest, an Estonian impresario offered to make him a rock star! But only in the 70s, was music his profession, since then he's made films and written books - worth checking out too. ... more

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