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A Tribute to Black Sabbath
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Bluesman Lester "Big Daddy" Kinsey dies of prostate cancer in Gary, Ind., at the age of 74. Kinsey is the patriarch of a well-known blues family: sons Donald, Kenneth, and Ralph backed their father before stepping out independently in the '80s as the Kinsey Report.
Alien

Alien

Strapping Young Lad leader/vocalist Devin Townsend says of "Alien," the band's new album: "This record isn't about anything in particular; it's just a freakout." The man is not kidding.
It's Me Again

It's Me Again

Tweet's unmistakable alto and lyrically driven songs were the key attractions on her debut, "Southern Hummingbird." That album spawned the tongue-in-cheek hit "Oops (Oh My)." Those same talents are in full effect here.
The One

The One

Frankie J's third solo album may be the charm for this Mexican R&B crooner, thanks to the hit single "Obsession (No Es Amor)," featuring a rap by Baby Bash.
Surrounded by Silence

Surrounded by Silence

Prefuse 73, aka Scott Herren, creates what qualifies as hip-hop's second cousin, a mix of glitch and classic breakbeats, filtering them through mutated samples and coming out clean on the other side with vocalists and rappers firmly imbedded in the mayhem.
Música P'al Pueblo

Música P'al Pueblo

Locos Por Juana are a big, fusion, party band reminiscent of Ozomatli—albeit one that also tosses sounds from Miami and the Caribbean into the mix: ska, cumbia, rock and a little bit of everything else.
La Espada de la Noche

La Espada de la Noche

Excellence in jazz is all about the freedom to musically explore with an open mind and heart to ultimately find one's voice.
Fever for the Bayou

Fever for the Bayou

Louisiana blues player Tab Benoit has been prolifically knocking out albums since his 1992 debut disc, "Nice & Warm," and his rise to prominence has been just as impressive.

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