I Ask This Of You - Young Hines - Give Me My Change

Label: Readymade Records - 467402 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album 180 gram • Country: US • Genre: Rock •
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That musical past helps reveal Hines' multifaceted ear for pop melodies as he jumps from breezy, early-'70s Paul McCartney stylings "Forever Young" and bright, Squeeze-esque new wave "Better Things"to the brooding, slow burning of "Hold You and Scold You" and folk-rock winking of "Just Say No Sometimes.

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Garamar says:
Apr 11,  · Even though Young Hines might easily be presumed as just a clever stage name, it is in fact this band leader’s own name, given to him on account of him being the youngest of seven children. After listening to Give Me My Change and hearing the striking range of Hines' voice, it comes as no surprise to learn that he was once John Lennon in a Beatles cover band called The Roaches.

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