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Digital Confessions

Digital Confessions

[CD]

~ Duke B

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Duke Bojadziev is a music composer/producer based in New York City. Recent film credits include writing and orchestrating on 'Hell' directed by Danis Tanovic, 'The Ten' directed by David Wain and 'Shadows' by Milcho Manchevski. His discography includes four albums (Love is the way, Digital confessions I & II and Esma's Dream), and has been featured on multiple compilations (Chill Out in Paris 4, 5 & 7, Marrakech Express 2, Fashion Week 5). Duke's work has been licensed worldwide for film ("Suffering Man's Charity", "Shortcut to Nirvana"), TV adverts (Anna Sui, L'oreal, L'ancome, Mercedes), TV shows (Martha Stewart), and exclusive websites (W hotels, Vanity Fair). He is originally from Macedonia, where he grew up and was influenced by Eastern European, Mediterranean and Balkan music. Playing piano since the age of 3, Duke has performed in many venues around the world with many of his colleagues and collaborators, Angela McCluskey, TelepopMuzik, The Citizen's Band, Paul Cantelon, Gina Gershon, Cyndi Lauper and Mrs.Esma Redzepova to name just a few.

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    Artist: Duke B
    Title: Digital Confessions
    Genre: Electronic
    Release Date: 12/16/2003
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637283045
    UPC: 829757484426
    Item #: CDBYS84426

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