Alice

Alice

With Alice and its companion release, Blood Money, Waits completes a theatrical trilogy that began with 1993's The Black Ryder.
Tributo

Tributo

Born in Yugoslavia, composer/producer Suba migrated to São Paulo, Brazil, in the late-'80s and began producing records for such artists as Marina Lima and Edson Cordeiro, as well as collaborating with numerous musicians, including percussionist Marcos Suzano.
Verve Remixed

Verve Remixed

Take 12 classic jazz sides, have them re-tweaked for today's dancefloors, and you have a set that brings jazz, the original dance music, back to the dancefloor.
All I Want

All I Want

All I Want is one deep recording, with Mooney delving musically deeper the closer he inches toward the closing track.
Release

Release

Release, the eighth studio album from Pet Shop Boys, couldn't be more lovely if it tried. Really.
Middlehope

Middlehope

Rebecca Martin's jazzy vocals lent a sleepy, coquettish charm to the work she did with the now-defunct folk-pop band Once Blue.
Fado em Mim

Fado em Mim

Fado is the emotionally loaded music of Portugal.
Unconditional

Unconditional

Born in Argentina and raised in Miami, Colloca, who has four albums (three in Spanish, one in English) under his belt, is rapidly becoming the poster boy for the burgeoning Christian Latin-pop movement.
Still More Bounce

Still More Bounce

For many West Coast rappers, Roger Troutman and his inspired funk stylings were an essential part of their musical upbringing.
No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems

No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems

Kenny Chesney has developed into one of country's brightest young stars via force of a fun-loving personality, earnest delivery, and a dead-on ear for top-notch material.
That's Why I Sing This Way

That's Why I Sing This Way

Singer's singer Daryle Singletary bravely takes on some of country's finest stylists and best-loved songs with this nod to the greats that sidesteps the obvious and goes for the best.
Ponce

Ponce

On his third album, Carlos Ponce seems a lifetime away from his recording debut, when he was perceived—and frankly, presented—as yet another TV star who happened to sing.

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