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About Heather Duby

Duby's material is achingly lovely, conveying a sense of longing and loneliness through slow tempos, spare instrumentation, and her gorgeous vocals with their tremendous range. The song "September," for instance, shuffles along with a Trip-Hop gait, evoking a rain-drenched lonely Wild West with Ennio Morricone-influenced guitar lines.

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Listen toHeather Dubyon Rhapsody

Duby's material is achingly lovely, conveying a sense of longing and loneliness through slow tempos, spare instrumentation, and her gorgeous vocals with their tremendous range. The song "September," for instance, shuffles along with a Trip-Hop gait, evoking a rain-drenched lonely Wild West with Ennio Morricone-influenced guitar lines.

About Heather Duby

Duby's material is achingly lovely, conveying a sense of longing and loneliness through slow tempos, spare instrumentation, and her gorgeous vocals with their tremendous range. The song "September," for instance, shuffles along with a Trip-Hop gait, evoking a rain-drenched lonely Wild West with Ennio Morricone-influenced guitar lines.

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About Heather Duby

Duby's material is achingly lovely, conveying a sense of longing and loneliness through slow tempos, spare instrumentation, and her gorgeous vocals with their tremendous range. The song "September," for instance, shuffles along with a Trip-Hop gait, evoking a rain-drenched lonely Wild West with Ennio Morricone-influenced guitar lines.

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