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After 37 Years, Zwerling Closer To 'Pop Heaven'

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After 37 Years, Zwerling Closer To 'Pop Heaven'

After 37 Years, Zwerling Closer To 'Pop Heaven'

After 37 Years, Zwerling Closer To 'Pop Heaven'

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Rock critic Ken Tucker reviews Hold Up The Sky, Andy Zwerling's first album in 37 years. Zwerling's previous album, a retrospective called Somewhere Near Pop Heaven, became a surprise hit in Croatia in 2003.

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