Vol. 2 Live at the Madness Festival

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The second volume of the Dungeons & Discourse Original Soundtrack features suites from new areas like the palaces of Episteme, the bleak plains of Further Phusis, and the lush valleys of Ethos. And a drinking song. Fun for all ages!

So click the download link and prepare for another aural journey through the magnificent land Dr. Gerol Petruzella has created to bring Philosophy to everyone of any age!

If you're new to Dungeons & Discourse, please pick up Vol. 1 Welcome to Sophos, and Vol. 3 Voices of Sophos. And look forward to a full album release in 2013! There is much more that Sophos has to offer: More games, more adventures, and more for everyone!

Please note that the tracks in this early-release compilation have not been mastered, and so may not perform optimally on your audio equipment. Of course, if you want it louder, just turn the volume up.

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released December 18, 2012

Composed and produced by Todd Bowes
Recorded and engineered by Christopher G. Brown; Nilbog East, Somerville, MA
Studio assistant: Parrish Vanzetti
Additional vocals on "Fisherman's Drinking Song" by: Danielle Ameen, Christopher G. Brown

Game design by Gerol Petruzella, Ph.D

Album cover photograph and design by Todd Bowes

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Dungeons and Discourse Providence, Rhode Island

The Dungeons & Discourse Original Soundtrack is by composer Todd Bowes, and a companion piece to the Dungeons & Discourse game, as part of a course taught by Gerol Petruzella, Ph.D, at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.

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Track Name: Fisherman's Drinking Song
Well, shiver me timbers and blow me down,
we're getting drunk around the town.
Shiver me timbers and blow me down,
we're getting drunk around the town.

When a fisherman comes in from the sea,
what does he want? A stein of mead!
Red wine at night, a sailor's delight.
Drinking and drinking 'til morning's light.

Well, shiver me timbers and blow me down,
we're getting drunk around the town.
Shiver me timbers and blow me down,
we're getting drunk around the town.

Well, a fisherman's friend ain't in the sea.
It's liquid courage: That's fine whiskey!
Chased with an ale like Ahab's whale,
now drink that bottle before it goes stale.

Well, shiver me timbers and blow me down,
we're getting drunk around the town.
Shiver me timbers and blow me down,
we're getting drunk around the town.