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They've found a psychedelic groove

'I think you have to go through different phases to find out who you are and finally realize what makes you happy and why you like it,' says Justin Angelo Morey, leader of the Black Hollies. "I think you have to go through different phases to find out who you are and finally realize what makes you happy and why you like it," says Justin Angelo Morey, leader of the Black Hollies.
By Jonathan Perry
Globe Correspondent / February 29, 2008

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Justin Angelo Morey wasn't even born when the music he loves most was being made. But his bass guitar - a 1967 Epiphone Rivoli - was. (Full article: 641 words)

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