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WXDU, as a member of the Duke University Union, exists to inform, educate, and entertain both the students of Duke University and the surrounding community of Durham through quality progressive alternative radio programming. WXDU seeks to give its staff the freedom to pursue their personal aesthetic within the framework of a cohesive format. WXDU aims to provide the listener with an alternative viewpoint untainted by commercial interests. WXDU resolves to maintain good relations with the music industry without compromising its integrity and nationally recognized commitment to quality programming. WXDU resolves to remain a laboratory where all members are free to make and learn from their mistakes.

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Artist Song Album Label
Wailin' Jennys Firecracker Firecracker Red House
Ella Jenkins I Like Animals Seasons for Singing Smithsonian Folkways
Dory Previn Lemon Haired Ladies Mythical Kings and Iguanas Media Arts
Marissa Anderson The Golden West Into the Light self-released
Lynn Castle The Lady Barber Rose Colored Corner Light in the Attic
Dolly Parton Two Little Orphans Queens of Country Intermedia
Myriam Gendron The False Friends Not So Deep a a well Mama Bird
The Corn Sisters Howlin' at Midnight The Other Women Mint
Meg Christian Ode to a Gym Teacher Lesbian Concentrate Olivia Records
Barbara Dane Working Class Woman Hot Jazz Cool Blues & Hard Hitting Songs Smithsonian Folkways
Sally Rogers Some Bug is Gonna Find You Love Will Guide Us Flying Fish Records
The Be Good Tonyas Ship Out To Sea Chinatown Nettwerk
Karen Dalton Reason To Believe 1966 Delmore Recording Society
Barbara Dane You Don't Know Me / You Don't Know My Mind Hot Jazz Cool Blues & Hard Hitting Songs Smithsonian Folkways