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Dan and Ken Durand | Wild Ocean

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Wild Ocean

by Dan and Ken Durand

NH brothers Dan and Ken bring tight harmonies to 11 original songs sure to bring a smile, tell a story and paint a picture in your mind.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Wild Ocean
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2. Old Town
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3. Humuhumu Nukunuku Apua'a
2:09 $0.99
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4. Shelter from the Storm
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5. Vera
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6. Laura Bridgman
3:37 $0.99
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7. Workout Blues
3:48 $0.99
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8. Teddy Bear Clock
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9. PJ's Song
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10. Mike Collins
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11. The Label
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Dan and Ken Durand are NH based singer/songwriters who play heartfelt and humorous songs. Their album “Wild Ocean” was released in 2019 and is a compilation of 11 original songs. Sometimes bluesy, sometimes jazzy, sometimes nostalgic and always from the heart, they love to bring harmonies to make us smile.

Topics of the songs contained in the album are quite eclectic. The title song “Wild Ocean” is inspired by the widow's walks dotting the coast of Maine. “Laura Bridgman” introduces us to the first Deafblind person to receive a successful formalized education. The humorous “The Label” notes the craziness of many labels on products.

A labor of love, the CD reflects the care Dan and Ken give in their live performances. Stated Diane Stolar in The Monadnock Shopper News: "A thoroughly entertaining duo, the Durands' music ranges from whimsical to poignant across a wide range of style and content.” 

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