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7 & 7 is

Texas Platters

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"Little Hits" b/w "China" (Moon)

No frills black vinyl in a white paper sleeve matches the equally scrawny, early-1960s rhythm & rock from these local men in Black, twanging up five minutes of low bangs and high, harp-cut roots. Solid, Jackson, but still just a tease.

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