Party Monster

Party Monster

The film "Party Monster" is about New York club kid Michael Alig's notorious rise to fame and murderous downfall in the late '80s/early '90s.
Music for My Peoples

Music for My Peoples

In the film "Amadeus," the emperor chastises Mozart for using "too many notes." While we do not endorse that particular criticism, "Music for My Peoples" is guilty of too many things.
Rawls Sings Sinatra

Rawls Sings Sinatra

Covering songs indelibly associated with a singer can be a dicey proposition. Especially when that singer is Ol' Blue Eyes.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Jennifer Lopez performs her first ever full show at the 10,000-seat Coliseo Roberto Clemente in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Sweethearts of the Rodeo

Sweethearts of the Rodeo

Released in 1968, "Sweethearts of the Rodeo" was a landmark album for the Byrds and rock music as a whole.
Greatest Hits

Greatest Hits

Eagle Vision's posthumous Roy Orbison DVD retrospective culls 13 digitally restored and remastered live performances of seminal hits from the influential country-pop artist's pioneering 30-year career.
Al Green Heads Back To Memphis

Al Green Heads Back To Memphis

On his next studio album, soul legend Al Green is repeating history. Due Nov. 18 as the first in a new deal with Blue Note, "I Can't Stop" finds Green re-teamed with longtime collaborator Willie Mitchell. The set is being recorded at the pair's old stomping grounds, Memphis' Royal Studio.
The Dark Side of the Moon

The Dark Side of the Moon

Coinciding with the 30th anniversary of Pink Floyd's 1973 masterpiece "The Dark Side of the Moon," Eagle Vision releases this DVD collection documenting the making of the group's landmark album.
Seal IV

Seal IV

"Seal IV," Seal's first album in five years, follows such aurally rich sets as "Human Being" and his first two albums, each named "Seal." Like these releases, "IV" was produced by Trevor Horn, who certainly knows his way around postcard-perfect musical landscapes.
So Damn Happy

So Damn Happy

On her first studio album since "A Rose Is Still a Rose" (1998), Aretha Franklin underscores why she is still a musical force.
Reality

Reality

Through his recent deal with Columbia, David Bowie can issue a new record pretty much whenever he wants.

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