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Previewing new albums from Faith Hill, LL Cool J, "Red Hot + Riot," Jeff Buckley, and more.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2000 - Trace Adkins goes back to his hometown, Sarepta, La., to attend his 20-year high school reunion.
Marley's 'Rastaman' Gets Expanded Treatment

Marley's 'Rastaman' Gets Expanded Treatment

Bob Marley & the Wailers' revered 1976 album "Rastaman Vibration" will be reissued in an expanded two-CD set Nov. 19 via Island/Tuff Gong/UME. Housing six previously unreleased mixes and nine previously unheard live performances, the project follows recent reissues of "Catch a Fire," "Exodus," and "Legend" as the latest in a series of double-disc "deluxe editions."
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Complaining of tightness in his chest, and under the advice of his doctor, Merle Haggard cancels the balance of his U.S. touring plans through Nov. 3. Haggard has a history of coronary artery disease.
Decisions

Decisions

The Beu Sisters are four young siblings who write, arrange, and sing their own songs and possess an irresistible combination of good looks and talent.
The Lost Tapes

The Lost Tapes

When an artist attains a certain amount of celebrity, their unreleased material—songs that didn't make previous albums for whatever reason—often becomes a hot commodity.
Aura

Aura

Aura marks a resurgence of sorts for veteran quasi goth-rock lads the Mission U.K.
Twisted Angel

Twisted Angel

Her much-publicized legal wrangles behind her, Rimes is now a bona fide pop artist—which is fine, because she remains a monster vocalist just getting started.
Jerusalem

Jerusalem

Living up to his reputation as the voice of Americana, Steve Earle comments on a post-Sept.

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