The series follows the pathetic adventures of Calvin Campbell, a trouble-prone young veterinarian whose life is complicated by McDuff, the ghost of a sheep dog who appears and speaks only to him.
Runtime: 30 minutes
McDuff, the Talking Dog - Hair of the Dog (song) - Netflix
“Hair of the Dog” is the title track of Nazareth's 1975 album Hair of the Dog. It is sometimes called “Son of a Bitch” because of the repeated lyric in the hook (“Now you're messing with a son of a bitch”). The song is about a charming and manipulative woman who can get men to acquiesce to her every need. The singer is letting her know that she has met her match in him, a self-described “son of a bitch.” “Hair of the Dog” uses a talk box extensively during its bridge. The song's title, which does not appear in the lyrics, is a pun (“hair of the dog” = “heir of the dog” = “son of a bitch”). As a standalone song, it only charted in Germany, where it peaked at #44. In the United States, because the Hair of the Dog album was a top-20 hit on the album charts, the song received extensive airplay on album-oriented rock stations (despite “bitch” being a borderline profanity) and remains in the playlist of most classic rock formatted stations. In the USA, it was released as the B-Side of Love Hurts.
McDuff, the Talking Dog - Britny Fox - Netflix
“Dizzy” Dean Davidson – vocals, rhythm guitar Michael Kelly Smith – lead guitar Billy Childs – bass Johnny Dee – drums
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