Forgive

Forgive

Rebecca Lynn Howard is a serious talent who, for some unknown reason, has yet to break big.
Easy

Easy

The second Rykodisc release for Kelly Willis is an acoustic-based, subtle affair that finds Willis in confident, if not overwhelming, voice.
Derechos Reservados

Derechos Reservados

In today's world of pop-embellished salsa, Derechos Reservados is almost uncompromisingly hard-hitting, beginning with the frenetically paced "Sólo con Mirarte," a thrusting, brass-laced track with amusing lyrics that QuiÑones spits out with machine-fire precision.
Easy

Easy

The second Rykodisc release for Kelly Willis is an acoustic-based, subtle affair that finds Willis in confident, if not overwhelming, voice.
Sopi

Sopi

Fania, a native of Senegal, began her music career after moving to Paris.
One and Only

One and Only

This is one of those albums that succeeds beautifully on every level.
Nonesuch Explorer Series: Africa

Nonesuch Explorer Series: Africa

In 1967, only three years after Jac Holzman founded Nonesuch Records, the label issued the first records in what was to become the Explorer Series.
Home

Home

At a time when their personal and professional lives were extremely complicated, the Dixie Chicks managed to concoct an album of stunning simplicity.
Eve-olution

Eve-olution

With roles in XXX and the forthcoming Barbershop, Eve has made quite a name for herself in Hollywood.
Into Your Head

Into Your Head

Who imagined that three guys from Northern England would write the quintessential American pop album of 2002? Throughout Into Your Head, BBMak demonstrates what two years in the trenches can do for you, following the near-platinum success of 2000's Sooner or Later.
Paper Links Notorious B.I.G. To Tupac's Death

Paper Links Notorious B.I.G. To Tupac's Death

A Los Angeles Times investigation into the long-unsolved murder of Tupac Shakur concluded that his killer likely was a gang member who used a pistol provided by rival rapper the Notorious B.I.G. No arrests have been made in Shakur's death following the Sept. 7, 1996, shooting near the Las Vegas Strip.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Atari Teenage Riot co-founder Carl Crack dies at the age of 30. The cause of death is not announced, though Crack is understood to have undergone treatment for psychiatric problems in the past.
Yorn And Friends Hit The Trampoline

Yorn And Friends Hit The Trampoline

Pete Yorn, the Wallflowers' Rami Jaffee, and Los Angeles musician Marc Dauer have launched Trampoline Records with "Greatest Hits Vol. 1," an 18-track compilation that features previously unreleased tunes from all three principals, a number of songs from up-and-coming artists, and tracks from such former major-label artists as Minibar, Phil Cody, Peter Himmelman, and Pete Droge.

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