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Dane Terry – “One More Name In Nightlife”

We last checked in on Dane Terry nearly two years ago with “Kids,” a highlight from the New York piano man’s Color Movies album. That song was a graceful, gorgeous pop-rock slow drift straight out of the ’70s. Terry’s latest record is also retro in a sense but worlds apart from the last one: Golden […]
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