All of the Above

All of the Above

Remember the old adage "Those who can do, and those who can't teach"? J-Live does, and he is ready to challenge it with All of the Above.
The Albatross

The Albatross

For his debut, Gary Stier has brought along a few friends, including Jayhawk Gary Louris, Heartbreakers guitarist Mike Campbell, and former John Mellencamp drummer Kenny Aronoff.
The Classic Chillout Album

The Classic Chillout Album

The star-studded tracklisting on this collection speaks for itself: Moby's "Porcelain," Dido's "Here With Me," Delerium Featuring Sarah McLachlan's "Silence," Massive Attack's "Teardrop," Craig Armstrong Featuring Elizabeth Fraser's "This Love,"
Southern Hummingbird

Southern Hummingbird

This debut by Missy Elliott protégée Tweet (née Charlene Keys) has already spun off a No. 1 R&B hit: the sexy, self-love treatise "Oops (Oh My)," produced by beat hypnotist Timbaland. But that tune merely scratches the surface of this gifted newcomer's talent.
That's Big!

That's Big!

It's been about three years since Charlie Baty and company released a record, and the anticipation in Bluesville surrounding That's Big! has been keen.
Triángulo

Triángulo

On his first recording for Telarc, pianist Michel Camilo strives for elegance in a jazz trio format (his first recorded trio effort in six years) with Anthony Jackson (bass) and Horacio "El Negro" Hernández (drums/percussion).
Secret Ellington

Secret Ellington

In 1958, composer Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington, along with librettist Herb Martin, composed 22 songs for a Broadway musical titled Saturday Laughter, based on novelist Peter Abraham's Mine Boy.
You Are Superior

You Are Superior

Cara Dillon joins a growing group of young performers that is updating traditional music with modern flavors, while preserving the integrity of the age-old originals.
Me Matas

Me Matas

Former child star Daniel Habif's first solo outing is surprising not only because it doesn't conform with the current standard of processed pop (especially if featuring TV personalities), but because it features a singer with a distinct style and personality who actually—and refreshingly—sounds his age (18).
You Are Superior

You Are Superior

If clubkids were hippies, this is what they'd listen to. Blending the laid-back, low-fi feel of '60s psychedelia with the carefree, upbeat tempo of current electronic music—over a sophisticated variety of rhythms—Sleeping Flies create an unusual mix that sounds organic.
Music for the Movies

Music for the Movies

Like many other avant-garde composers in Soviet-controlled states, Alfred Schnittke (1934-1998) was often forced to turn to film-scoring for a living.
Sigui

Sigui

When BBC Radio 3 announced the winners of its first annual Awards for World Music earlier this year, Tounkara's Sigui was the winner in the Africa category.
Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop

Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop

At 75, Dr. Ralph Stanley is enjoying the most widespread popularity and prosperous times of his career, largely due to a profile raised exponentially by his participation in the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack—and the resulting mainstream appreciation for the roots music and rural authenticity Stanley personifies.

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