This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - With three awards each, Gorillaz's "Clint Eastwood" and Fatboy Slim's "Weapon of Choice" are the big winners of the 2001 Billboard Music Video Awards.
Red Star Sounds Presents Def Jamaica

Red Star Sounds Presents Def Jamaica

Rap and dancehall reggae are fruits from the same musical tree, so it only makes sense that Heineken's Red Star Sounds teamed with Tuff Gong and Def Jam to bring together the two genres for its third compilation.
The Everlasting Blink

The Everlasting Blink

U.K. duo Bent received considerable international attention in the dance/ electronic world for its 2000 debut album, "Programmed to Love.
Murk

Murk

Murk is Miami-based DJ/producers Oscar G. and Ralph Falcon.
Air Farina

Air Farina

DJ/producer Mark Farina is widely known for his hip-hop-skewed Mushroom Jazz compilation series and such house music collections as "San Francisco Sessions." For his debut artist album, Farina has created original tracks of varying tempos.
Long Black Train

Long Black Train

An earnest South Carolinian with a resonant baritone expressive beyond his years, Josh Turner emerges on MCA with a solid collection of songs, many of them self-penned.
Remembering Patsy Cline

Remembering Patsy Cline

Anyone daring to challenge Patsy Cline has their work cut out for them, as this well-intentioned but uneven tribute set proves.
Emotions

Emotions

Like a comfortable chair, it is easy to settle down into Will Downing's get-away-from-it-all smooth-jazz grooves.
Stories & Songs

Stories & Songs

With such career-shaping hits as "He's My Son" and "Remember Me," Schultz has firmly established himself as one of Christian music's most potent singer/ songwriters.
. . . And Serenity

. . . And Serenity

Sony's key classical catalog hit of last year wasn't produced by Sony Classical but rather Sony Legacy, the division responsible for state-of-the-art reissues of Robert Johnson, Miles Davis, Billie Holiday and other hallowed names from the Columbia vaults.
Live Baby Live

Live Baby Live

The concert film "Live Baby Live" captures INXS at the peak of its power.

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