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Yard of Blondes - Murderology
Review by Gary Hill
I could almost see this landing under progressive rock. It’s great no matter what you call it.

Yaysh - Daep (single)
Review by Gary Hill

The genre label of "hip hop" tends to create a lot of pre-conceived notions. Get rid of those.

Yaysh - Twisted (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill

This is the second single from this artist that I've heard. While I think I prefer the first one, this is clearly strong, too.

Jesse Colin Young - Song for Juli (Vinyl)
Review by Gary Hill
I've heard of the Youngbloods, but I don't really remember hearing them. Jesse Colin Young got his start as the lead singer of that band. 

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