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|Origin||Blackwood, Caerphilly, Wales|
|Genres||Folk Noir, Acoustic, Singer-songwriter|
|Years active||2000 - present|
|Labels||Evangeline Records, One Little Indian Records|
|Website||Songdog Website |
Songdog on YouTube
|Members||Lyndon Morgans |
Songdog is a Welsh three-piece folk noir band. Its members are Lyndon Morgans (vocals, acoustic guitar and songs), Karl Woodward (electric guitar, mandolin, banjo and harmonica)and Dave Paterson (drums, keyboards, accordion, percussion).
Songdog's latest album, 'Joy Street', their seventh, was released in late summer 2017 on Junkyard Songs (trailered earlier by single 'It's Not A Love Thing'), produced by Nigel Stonier (who has also worked with Fairport Convention and Joan Baez). The band’s debut album, The Way of the World, was self-released in June 2001. In 2003 the band’s second album, Haiku, was released on Evangeline Records. The album received a four (out of five) star review in Uncut. By the time of the third album in 2006 the band had signed with One Little Indian Records. 2008’s A Wretched Sinner's Song was a double album released to mixed reviews.  Their fifth album isA Life Eroding  Mojo awarded the album four (out of five) stars. Songdog's sixth album "Last Orders At Harry's Bar" was released in 2013.
- The Way Of The World (Self-released, 2001)
- Haiku (Evangeline Records, 2003)
- The Time of Summer Lightning (One Little Indian Records, 2005)
- A Wretched Sinner's Song (One Little Indian Records, 2008) Leaked on 16 January 2008.
- A Life Eroding (One Little Indian Records, 26 Apr. 2010)
- Last Orders At Harry's Bar (Junkyard Songs, 7 Oct. 2013)
- Joy Street (Junkyard Songs, July 2017)
- Hughes, Rob (February 2003) Album Review of 'Haiku', Uncut, London.
- Haynes, Gavin (2008) The NME review of 'A Wretched Sinner's Song';
- McNair, James (May 2010) Album review of ‘A Life Eroding’, Mojo, London;