This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland quits the band. A post on the group's Web site states, "Limp Bizkit and Wes Borland have amicably decided to part ways. Both Limp Bizkit and Borland will continue to pursue their respective musical careers."
Rise

Rise

Singer/songwriter Kim Richey's fourth album takes listeners on a sultry journey through personal contemplation amidst warm, expressive musical accompaniment.
Reggae Pulse: The Heartbeat of Jamaica

Reggae Pulse: The Heartbeat of Jamaica

At first glance, this disc's track listing seems rather peculiar: It's somehow unjust to put Bob Marley and Desmond Dekker songs on the same album with Inner Circle's "Bad Boys," Third World's "Now That We've Found Love" and/or—yikes!—Big Mountain's cover of Peter Frampton's "Baby I Love Your Way." But, in this context, all these styles—from roots reggae to cheese reggae—work.
Au Cabaret Sauvage

Au Cabaret Sauvage

Au Cabaret Sauvage—in the wild cabaret, indeed.
Dirty South Hip-Hop Blues

Dirty South Hip-Hop Blues

Chris Thomas King played bluesman Tommy Johnson in the Coen Brothers' celebrated film O Brother, Where Art Thou?, but anyone who expects Thomas' new album to be a sortie through traditional blues is in for a jolt.
Kissed by Nature

Kissed by Nature

Luscious and dreamy, pianist/composer/ singer Eliane Elias' first album on Bluebird Jazz is a collection of original tracks on which Elias mixes her straight-ahead jazz improvisations with a wide range of Brazilian influences.
Decisions

Decisions

The Beu Sisters are four young siblings who write, arrange, and sing their own songs and possess an irresistible combination of good looks and talent.
The Lost Tapes

The Lost Tapes

When an artist attains a certain amount of celebrity, their unreleased material—songs that didn't make previous albums for whatever reason—often becomes a hot commodity.
Aura

Aura

Aura marks a resurgence of sorts for veteran quasi goth-rock lads the Mission U.K.
Twisted Angel

Twisted Angel

Her much-publicized legal wrangles behind her, Rimes is now a bona fide pop artist—which is fine, because she remains a monster vocalist just getting started.
42TunesOnTV

42TunesOnTV

Music-related TV listings for Oct. 14-20, 2002.

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