Doug Yule

Discography


solo
Live... Doug Yule Live In Seattle
Captain Trip Records CTCD-401, Japan, 2002

1. Candy Says / 2. Beginning To Get It / 3. What Goes On / 4. Swwet Jane / 5. After The Fall / 6. Love Song / 7. White Devils / 8. Two More Hands / 9. Rules / 10. Purple Mountain Glory / 11. Beginning To Get It / 12. What Goes On.

1-4: Crocodile Cafe, Seattle WA, May 25, 2000 / 5-12: Terrastock 4 Festival, Showbox Theater, Seattle WA, November 4, 2000. Track 12 has two hidden bonus cuts!


on compilations
A Place... A Place To Call Home
Reverse Curve Records RCR255, 1998

Reverse Curve's A Place to Call Home is a benefit compilation for the Mass. Adoption Agency, a seventeen track CD of unreleased material. It includes Beginning To Get It, Doug Yule's first release as a solo artist. A Place to Call Home was produced by Pete Weiss.


with Red Dog
A Place... Hard Times
Olddog Records 0409, 2009

Reddog is Doug Yule (fiddle, vocals), Cary Lung (mandolin, vocals), and Tom Collicott (guitar & banjo, vocals).

http://www.reddogseattle.com

http://www.myspace.com/ruddydog


with The Velvet Underground

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The Velvet Underground The Velvet Underground
MGM SE-4617, March 1969

Third Velvet Underground album, recorded November/December 1968 at T.T.G. Studios, Hollywood.

Loaded Loaded
Cotillion SD 9034, September 1970

Fourth Velvet Underground album, recorded at Atlantic Studios, New York City, between April and July 1970.

Live At Max's... Live At Max's Kansas City
Cotillion SD 9500, May 1972

Live album compiled from two sets played at the Max's Kansas City on August 23, 1970 - the last shows with Lou Reed. Billy Yule - Doug's brother - plays the drums in place of Moe Tucker.

Final V.U. Final V.U. 1971-1973
Captain Trip CTCD-350-353, Japan only, August 2001

A 4-CD box set with 4 live shows recorded between 1971 and 1973.

Squeeze Squeeze
Polydor 2383 180, February 1973

Actually a Doug Yule solo effort, recorded in October 1972, with Ian Paice on drums. All titles written by Doug Yule.

1969 1969 Live With Lou Reed
Mercury SRM 2-7504, September 1974

Legendary live 2-record set, compiled from late 1969 End of Cole Ave and Matrix tapes.

VU VU
Verve Polygram 823 721, February 1985

A collection of previously unreleased Velvet Underground studio recordings, including 8 tracks with Doug Yule.

Another View Another View
Verve Polygram 829 405, September 1986

Another collection of previously unreleased Velvet Underground studio recordings, including 6 tracks with Doug Yule.


with Lou Reed
Sally... Sally Can't Dance
RCA CPLI 0611, 1974

Doug plays bass on Billy.

Between... Between Thought And Expression
RCA/BMG 2356-2-R, 1992

Doug plays bass on Downtown Dirt, an unreleased track from the January 1975 Coney Island Baby sessions. The track is also available on the promo CD sampler Selections from Between Tought and Expression.

Selections... Selections From Between Thought And Expression
RCA/BMG promo sampler, 1992

includes Downtown Dirt.


with Eliott Murphy
Night Lights Night Lights
RCA APLI 1318, 1976

Doug Yule plays guitar on Abraham Lincoln Continental, Rich Girls and bass on Lookin' For A Hero. Doug is also credited for vocals on Deco Dance, and You Never Know What You're In For.


with American Flyer

American Flyer is Craig Fuller on bass, guitar, vocals; Steve Katz on guitar, harmonica, vocals; Eric Kaz on harmonica, keyboards, vocals; and Doug Yule on drums, vocals.

American Flyer American Flyer
  • LP United Artists UA-LA 650-G, USA
    yellow label, inner sleeve with lyrics
  • LP United Artists UAG 29991, UK
    yellow label, inner sleeve with lyrics
  • LP United Artists UAS 29991 XOT, Germany
    yellow label, inner sleeve with lyrics
  • CD Vivid Sound VSCD 526, Japan

Side 1: Light of Your Love (Fuller/Kaz) / Such a Beautiful Feeling (Kaz) / Back in '57 (Katz) / Lady Blues Eyes (Yule) / Let Me Down Easy (Fuller/Kaz) / M (Katz)
Side 2: Woman in Your Heart (Fuller) / Love Has No Pride (Kaz/Titus) / Queen of All My Days (Yule) / Drive Away (Kaz) / Call Me, Tell Me (Fuller) / End of a Love Song (Katz/Martin).

Spirit... Spirit Of A Woman
  • LP United Artists UA-LA720-G, USA, 1977
  • LP United Artists UAS 30078, UK, 1977
  • CD Vivid Sound VSCD 535, Japan

Side 1: Spirit Of A Woman / Gamblin' Man / My Love Comes Alive / Victoria / Dear Carmen.
Side 2: I'm Blowin' Away / Flyer (Doug Yule) / The Good Years / Keep On Tryin'.

Line up is Craig Fuller, Eric Kaz, Steve Katz and Doug Yule. Also appears: Whitey Glan, drums & Prakash John, bass. And Jerry Scheff, John Kapec, Bobby Keyes, Ben Mink, Tracy Nelson, Sylvia Tyson, Linda Ronstadt & J.D. Souther.

This record has a handfull of 'Lou Reed folks' involved... Beside Steve Katz, Doug, Whitey, Prakash also a couple of other 'wellknown' guys from Lou records get credits on this album - Dennis Katz (Sally Can't Dance), Bob Ringe (Coney Island Baby) and Allan MacMillan (Berlin).

I'm Blowing Away was released as promo mono/stereo 45 with picture sleeve - same artwork as the album cover.

American Flyer & Spirit Of A Woman American Flyer & Spirit Of A Woman
Collectors' Choice Music CCM-414-2, 2003

Both American Flyer albums have compiled onto one CD, with additional liner notes.


with The Weisstronauts
Intro-tainment! Instro-tainment!
Sool Recordings, 2008

Doug played on 3 songs: “Chicky” (fiddle), “Banana Suit” (bass) and :”What Goes On” (yes, that one) (bass & fiddle).

http://www.weisstronauts.com/


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