Anthology

Anthology

Pretty much everything Jimmy Cliff fans could want and/or expect to see on a two-disc retrospective of the reggae trailblazer's work is here.
Regalo del Alma

Regalo del Alma

A 77-year-old with terminal cancer records an uptempo, salsa album.
Alive IV

Alive IV

Seeing a video of Kiss backed by the 60-piece Melbourne Symphony Orchestra—each member in the band's signature face makeup designs—is great fun, especially for longtime Kiss fans.
What the World Needs Now Is Love

What the World Needs Now Is Love

Few voices in country music possess the passion and pistol-packing power of Wynonna Judd—and if ever there were a time the format needed a heroic womanly return, this would be D-Day.
Masked and Anonymous

Masked and Anonymous

Director Larry Charles' new film, which stars Bob Dylan as (what else?) an enigmatic rock singer, hasn't been wowing the critics.
Lil' Beethoven

Lil' Beethoven

The brothers Mael—Ron (he of the dazzling orchestral maneuvers) and Russell (he of the stylish operatic vocals)—who record as Sparks, have been creating musical magic for three decades.
Skywatching

Skywatching

The mainstream got its first taste of Seattle-based singer/songwriter Pete Droge in 1994, when the infectious "If You Don't Love Me (I'll Kill Myself)" appeared in the movie "Dumb and Dumber." Those who have followed him ever since should love "Skywatching," his fourth set.
50 Cent On The Money At R&B/Hip-Hop Awards

50 Cent On The Money At R&B/Hip-Hop Awards

50 Cent was the big winner at the Billboard-American Urban Radio Networks 2003 R&B/Hip-Hop Awards show, handed out last night (Aug. 8) in Miami Beach. Going in with a record-setting 10 nominations, the Shady/Aftermath/Interscope rapper scored four statuettes: top R&B/hip-hop artist; top R&B/hip-hop artist, male; top R&B/hip-hop artist, new; and top R&B/hip-hop singles and tracks artist.
The Ugly American

The Ugly American

Last year, high priest of melodic misery Mark Eitzel traveled to Athens and hooked up with a local group of bar entertainers for this unusual project.
Ice Cream

Ice Cream

The sister duo of Kim and Kandy Johnson, who record as JS, follow in a long tradition of siblings-in-song with their DreamWorks debut.
Horsepower

Horsepower

Chris LeDoux has hung in like a rusty fish hook, forging ahead on his unlikely post-rodeo career through sheer force of will and all the energy of the bucking broncos he once rode.

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