Dan Haug | Analect One

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Analect One

by Dan Haug

This is the first published collection of original music from Dan Haug. It contains a variety of songs with honest, intelligent lyrics, and strong melodies that tell complex stories about the world that we live in.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Shuffle & Hustle
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2. Perfection
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3. Camera Three
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4. Same Place
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5. Old Main
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6. Ask Not (Is John Green Fat)
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7. Grandfather's Song
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8. Moonie & The Blue Horse
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9. Simple Song
4:06 $0.99
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10. Black Friday
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11. Of Death & Dismemberment
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12. Semiotics of Love
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13. Denise's English Hot Mustard
1:02 FREE
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Analect One is the first in a series of albums that represent a disparate collection of Dan Haug's music from the last twenty years. It includes love songs, songs about friends and family, an intellectual treatise (or two) as well as a number of songs that should not be taken seriously.

For more detailed information about each song, including the backstory behind it and the complete lyrics, checkout Dan's on-line presence (he's easy to find) on YouTube, Twitter, and at his blog on DanHaug dot net.

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