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The Duhks - Migrations

The Duhks Migrations
The Duhks - Migrations
Sugarhill Records, 2006-09-12

Tracklisting :
01. Ol' Crock Pot
02. Mountains O' Things
03. Heaven's My Home
04. Fox and the Bee
05. Down to the River/Jeb's Tune
06. Who Will Take My Place?
07. Moses Don't Get Lost
08. Three Fishers
09. Domino Party!
10. Out of the Rain
11. Turtle Dove

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Press release :
THE DUHKS self-titled release in 2005 won them universal acceptance as THE up-and-coming neo folk-rock band. Visually stunning, musically inventive, and emotionally stirring, THE DUHKS garnered massive critical acclaim, as well, topping year-end lists, winning a JUNO award, and successfully touring the world.

With the release of MIGRATIONS, THE DUHKS will doubtlessly elevate, as the talented young quintet continues to develop its singular brand of eclecticism with an album that is increasingly confident, personal, and distinctive.

Co-Produced by Tim O'Brien & Gary Paczosa

About The Duhks :
The most vital acoustic music being today acknowledges its predecessors and lives in the here and now. For four years now, The Duhks, the band of five skilled, high-energy, tattooed twenty-somethings from Winnipeg, Manitoba, has been riveting audiences and winning staunch fans across North America and around the world with just that kind of music.


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