Picks and Pans Review: Critics' Choice

updated 06/27/1988 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 06/27/1988 AT 01:00 AM EDT

>REVERENCE Saxophone prodigy Christopher Hollyday raises echoes of Parker, Adderley and Jackie McLean. (RBI/Moss Music)

CONSCIOUS PARTY His dad, Bob, would have been proud of the Rasta rock turned out by Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers. (Virgin)

THIS IS SERIOUS

Marilyn Martin returns—without Phil Collins—with more slick dance-pop. (Atlantic)

DANA McVICKER

The Baltimore-born McVicker is a country singer good enough to make up for the Orioles—well, almost. (Capitol)

BLOOD, SWEAT AND BEERS

Sir Winston is no doubt spinning in his grave—and not in time to the music either—but Pajama Slave Dancers, a group of Boston-based spoof specialists, are having their finest hour. (Restless)

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