Tag: caitlin doyle

Smooth Hound Smith – Dog in A Manger

     Vodka has been a fan of Smooth Hound Smith ever since we discovered the duo’s California Sway clear back in 2013.  Dog In A Manager (seen/heard here) is from the duo’s latest long-player and is without a doubt, the most understated track I’ve ever covered by them.  Roots rock and Americana influences are the mainstays of Smooth Hound Smith. Zack Smith and Caitlin Doyle plot a course that is not really country and not really rock and heavily blues-influenced. They demonstrate pleasing and easy cooperation between each…

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Smooth Hound Smith – Stopgap Woman Blues

     From time to time, Vodka likes to look back to artists that we have liked and check in on them. Well, Smooth Hound Smith still has the country rock, country blues thing going and is still phenomenal to listen to and watch. It’s amazing the sound that two people can put together. This track features Zack Smith’s gravelly blues-influenced vocals. Previous Smooth Hound Smith tracks posted on Vodka have mostly featured the wonderful “smooth” of Caitlin Doyle’s pipes. Smooth Hound Smith first entered Vodka’s radar over 4 years…

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Smooth Hound Smith – Sweet Tennessee Honey

     It was over two years ago when Vodka posted California Sway from Smooth Hound Smith’s self-titled 2013 long-player.  Fast forward a few years and we still find Zack Smith and Caitlin Doyle rocking out.  Zack never ceases to amaze with his one-man-band act (guitar, drums, and harmonica), all the while breaking away to sing as well.  Ms. Doyle provides the “Smooth” in Smooth Hound Smith, with her velvety pipes able to polish the edges on this wonderful little rockabilly-country number, Sweet Tennessee Honey, the title track of…

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