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Mustard's Retreat

Michael Hough and David Tamulevich formed the folk duo Mustard's Retreat in 1974 in Ann Arbor, MI. Both men were cooks, Connecticut natives, songwriters, and former members of church choirs. As Mustard's Retreat, the two friends performed in front of an audience for the first time at The Ark on one of the coffeehouse's open mic nights. Hough is accomplished on the Autoharp, guitar, and bass. Tamulevich lends his skills with the harmonica, guitar, penny whistle, and dulcimer.

A short time after that amateur appearance, the duo landed the job of house band for a local bar. It was the first time Hough and Tamulevich earned pay for performing. In less than two years, they were earning enough with their music to leave their cook jobs behind. In 1979, Mustard's Retreat recorded a self-titled debut album. It was four years before a sophomore work was completed, Home by the Morning, released under the Red House Records label; another four years and another album, Midwinter's Night.

Hough and Tamulevich spent the next few years traveling across the East Coast and through the Midwest, performing at festivals, bars, and clubs. It would be 1994 before the duo recorded its next full-length offering, 5 Miles or 50,000 Years. It was followed in 1997 by The Wind and the Crickets, recorded under the Palmetto Records label and produced by Garnet Rogers. Some of the family-suitable tunes folk fans can find on this duo's albums are "Gather the Family," "The Volunteer Song," and "Festival Night." ~ Charlotte Dillon
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Track List: The Wind And The Crickets And The South Texas Moon ...

1. Gather The Family

2. That Kind Of Morning

3. Remembering My Incarnations

4. Lost Beyond All Reason

5. Well, Here We Are

6. Welcome Back

7. Soft Falls The Snow

8. City Beat

9. Let's Hear It For The Volunteers

10. Gone Again

11. Hopelessly Midwestern

12. In The Cool Of The Summers Evening

13. Festival Night

14. Talking Midlife

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Track List: Back To Back

1. Step It Up Joe

2. Mallon's Bridge

3. Part Of Me Remembers

4. Watching The Pines

5. The Great Lakes Fishing Trade

6. Powerline Trails

7. The Minstrel And The Bear

8. Moonlight Through Clouds

9. Motherlode

10. Hard Times Come Again No More

11. Moody Monday

12. Countin' On You

13. (Wreck Of) The Julie Plante

14. Achoo To You

15. The Banshee

16. There's A Dance

17. Jeremy Brown

18. Desole (The Rain Song)

19. Midwinter's Night (Instrumental)

20. The Luck Of The Irish

21. The Sonnet Song

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Track List: A Resolution Of Something

1. The Road Back Home To You

2. The Summer And You

3. Stars On My Left

4. Phone Messages

5. The Fishing Video

6. Shenandoah

7. Down By The River

8. The Water Is Wide

9. Pay The Toll

10. Solitary Beach

11. Mindy's Song

12. A Resolution Of Something

13. Bowling Green

14. The Michigan Mosquitoes

15. A Mile Beyond Trouble

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Best that you've been a genuine figure on the streets with a real tragedy behind you before chattering about hopelessness . Dylan had the gift of empathy these slick and surface gentlemen could never approach.
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"ALPHA OMEGA"!!!
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Beautiful
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john.matteso n 0
@BeedleTheBa r d Midwinter's Retreat is up on YouTube at: https://www. y o u t u b e . c o m / w a t c h ? v = Q q n E Z K L P B _ w
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The song "wreck of Julie plante" is about the lake at the end of my street. I can't find if its a true story. Just found a book and short movie. Didn't read/see either yet.
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woodsnwater1
Superb!
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chndlrjunk
Jacklandis7, you are truly in some form of hell.
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Can't get this out of my head. Unfortunatel y , this only comes one rarely, even on my Mustard's Retreat station. It's not on YouTube either, and I'm practically broke on iTunes, so I can't buy it.
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Only recently discovered Pandora and really appreciate the sounds I hear. Right now, I am listening to Mustard's Retreat. Had never heard of them before but appreciate their harmonies and lyrics. I like folk, country western, spirituals, old hymns, and some classical music, too. Simply put, I like music, especially music you can sing along with.
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dklapaska
Beautiful. Can't help but makes you smile.
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perkpk
Down-to-eart h nice guys who are always entertaining .
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I have had the honor of being a big groupie of theirs back in the '80's and though i am clear across country now i still seek out their music and enjoy it very much
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marge329
awesome. fun. uplifting.
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nice harmonies... .
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Does this duo ever come to California. We'd love to have them perform at our House Concert Series
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kmil1
lOVE THIS DUO - ESPECIALLY HARD TIMES...NICE TO KNOW THEY'RE FROM ct, LIKE ME!
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slapshot1894
Terrific, great lyrics, very pleasant sound. More please.
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Good Stuff...
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doctorlc0
lenore:

poignant lyrics
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I saw these guys in Ann Arbor many weekends at the Heidelburg Rathskeller in 1979. Even took my 10yr old daughter who now has an appreciation for folk music. Barb...their stuff is available on Amazon. BTW, they write almost, if not all, their own material.
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jgkgintx
Never heard of these guys nor their music until just now...very enjoyable!
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grundoon51
Used to listen to these guys in Ann Arbor every chance I got-- One of lines in "You Know You've Been In Ann Arbor too long when..." lists that went around was "You Know where Mustard's Retreat got its name"
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ackerbex3
Wow- another group I'm going to start collecting!! Thanks, Pandora!
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Very good music,thanks to "Mustards Retreat"
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ladypilgrim3 3
What a great, rich, mellow sound. I love it. Guess I'll have to find an old recording to buy.
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I agree whole heartedly with Donald! They are very good indeed!!
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Never heard of them but they're quite good. Play some more if you can. Thanks.

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