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Zaritza - Zaritza
Review by Gary Hill

The music on this set is a bit hard to nail down. Zaritza herself plays keys and handles the vocals.

The Zen Tricksters - A Love Surreal
Review by Gary Hill

Picture a Grateful Dead that is a bit more tight and a lot more jazz oriented, and you have the Zen Tricksters. The vocals and music on this disc is very much in the mode of The Grateful Dead, but with a very precise approach and a lot of jazz oriented instrumental breaks.

Zephyr - Zephyr
Review by Gary Hill
This is a new release of a 1969 album from Zephyr.

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