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Voices of Dume

by people at Duke University

An eclectic blend of original music from rock to folk, electric to acoustic, by students and faculty in the The Duke University Music Exchange (DUME).
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Bridesmaid
5:03 album only
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2. Underground
4:05 album only
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3. First Snow
2:45 album only
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4. Night Flight
3:33 album only
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5. Earth
2:03 album only
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6. Throes of Gibraltar
3:48 album only
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7. I'll be There
5:34 album only
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8. Wallpaper
5:07 album only
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9. Moonlight Conversation
2:13 album only
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10. Lesson Learned
3:20 album only
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11. Easy Walkin'
5:23 album only
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12. Alone
3:35 album only
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13. Sound Positive
2:48 album only
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14. Jewels of the World
4:06 album only
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15. Chase the Day
4:14 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Duke University Music Exchange (DUME) was formed in the late 1990's by George Stetten to provide an outlet for popular musicians at Duke University. Their first CD, "Voices of DUME," contains a wide variety of original music representing many styles, the Greatest Hits You've Never Heard, each song-writer contributing
one "best song" to the collection.

The idea is to recognize the serious work that students and others at many universities put into popular music, usually without getting any academic credit. Proceeds will be used to support DUME and its further efforts to promote original music in the university scene.

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