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Providence - Heather Duby - Come Across The River (CD, Album)

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  1. Gukree
    Heather Duby: Come Across The River ‎ (CD, Album) Sonic Boom Recordings: SBR US: Sell This Version: SBR Heather Duby: Heather Duby ‎ (CD, Album) Sonic Boom Recordings: SBR US: Sell This Version: Singles & EPs: SPCD Heather Duby And Elemental (6).
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  2. Mezijinn
    Jan 29,  · Heather Duby's sophomore album is called Come across the River, but it feels as if the narrator in this dark, atmospheric collection of 10 diverse yet .
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  3. Mik
    Heather Duby delivers a solid performance in "Come Across the River", which is a welcome departure from the new-age sound of her Sub Pop debut. While the songs that rely solely on piano and vocals are a bit too melodramatic, the more instrumented songs dominate this album, and tunes like "Three Miles" with dual vocal melodies and the support of.
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  4. Vudolmaran
    COME ACROSS THE RIVER (Sonic Boom), Seattle singer-songwriter Heather Duby’s latest album, is a new release in more than one way. Her Sub Pop debut, Post to Wire, plaintively mixed electro.
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  5. Samubar
    Come Across the River is the second album by Heather Duby, released on November 4, through Sonic Boom Recordings. Track listing. All tracks are written by Eric Akre, Heather Duby and Bo Gilliland.
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  6. Tagul
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Come Across The River on Discogs.4/5(1).
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  7. Tokasa
    In , Duby released Come Across the River on Sonic Boom Recordings. In July , Duby released an eponymously titled album which featured Erin Tate and Alex Rose, members of Seattle's Minus the Bear. She has performed in the Seattle indie scene for over 12 years.
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  8. Brazragore
    Heather Duby delivers a solid performance in "Come Across the River", which is a welcome departure from the new-age sound of her Sub Pop debut. While the songs that rely solely on piano and vocals are a bit too melodramatic, the more instrumented songs dominate this album, and tunes like "Three Miles" with dual vocal melodies and the support of a full band show her power as a songwriter/5(4).
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