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Winter Child

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Matt Duke's given us a GREAT first album!

    Matt Duke's first album has powerful lyrics and soothing melodies. My personal favorite is "Don't Ask (For Too Much)". I absolutely can't get enough of what Matt has to put out. All of the songs have something different to offer and Matt's voice mastered all of them. I love to listen to this in my car with the windows down, it's so relaxing yet exciting. I highly recommend this album for anyone who listens to John Mayer, Dave Matthews Band, etc. However, don't compare him to those artists if you don't like them because this album DEFINATELY deserves a chance on its own.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not to be Missed

    This twenty-one year old New Jersey native is quickly making his mark in the music industry. His gift for poetic and inspiring lyrics plus stirring melodies has led to some of the most captivating music on the airwaves today. Matt Duke brings us Winter Child, his full-length debut album. You won't find a sour note or a misplaced word on this folk-rock phenomenon's gem of a release. Winter Child features contributions by musicians such as Marshall Crenshaw, Brad Roberts (of Crash Test Dummies) and Suzie Roche (of The Roches), plus others. But the shining star of this album is Matt Duke's signature songwriting style. This album is not to be missed.

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