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user name:Uncle Carl
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hometown: New York, NY, USA
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hobbies: Yoga
favorite bands: Randy Newman, Tom Waits, Mose Allison, Nilsson, Joni Mitchell
Uncle Carl predicts the end of the world! Well, not exactly. Uncle Carl has completed his third CD The End of the World which features the Skeeter Davis song as the title track. This time left to his own devices, Uncle Carl created an album in his home studio. He not only wrote and produced it, but he played all the instruments (much to the chagrin and concern of his band). The Unc is very excited about the release, although he claims he's a bit uncomfortable with some of the songs, "There are a couple of songs that are, I guess you can say somewhat sincere." Hmmm. Still, fans shouldn't be concerned, the new album has what any Uncle Carl lover would hope for: blues tunes, drinking songs, Jesus jingles, and even a ditty that borders on pornographic. A songwriter/troubadour and master in lyrical character study and storytelling, Uncle Carl is actually an ethereal entity comprised of the alter ego of Carl T. Vreeland ("I'm a stylist," Vreeland maintains), and a group of eclectic musicians who tolerate his self-deprecating persona.
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