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    Lily and The Parlour Tricks sizzle up a hot summer night of swinging music in New York City, where May Terry time-warped her way back to the ’20s.

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    Hanna: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Back Lot Music). Review by Laura Pontillo.

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