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January 7, 2009 The Rollo Treadway's self-titled debut sounds like something you'd find in a dusty record store that specializes in baroque pop and psychedelic rock from the 1960s. Listen to the five-part harmonies and jangly guitars, and you'd swear it was a long-forgotten album by the Zombies or The Byrds. But this Brooklyn-based quintet has only been together for two years — producing, in that time, a beautifully realized concept album of glittering, reverb-soaked gems that pay tribute to '60s pop.
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