Houston pop-rock king Arthur Yoria is giving away a new song called “The Libyans.” As usual, it’s catchy as hell, but Yoria’s skillz in the studio continue to develop. The spare, skeletal intro blossoms into something as spacious, big-sky and vaulting as Indian classical music. More after the jump...
Ch-ch-ch-check it out. http://www.arthuryoria.com/music.html
Very, very, strong stuff and worthy of a 94.7 grade.
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