Simple Pleasures

Simple Pleasures

Jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis and vocalist Nancy Wilson have renewed their occasional collaboration that began with the 1984 album "The Two of Us." Lewis and Wilson gravitated toward the melodicism of pop and imbued that style of music with a jazz sensibility long ago, and that's essentially what's happening here.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2002 - A van driven by blues guitarist Popa Chubby (Ted Horowitz) overturns, injuring Horowitz and two band members, keyboard player Dave Keyes and drummer Rod Gross.
Cibelle

Cibelle

This is Brazilian vocalist Cibelle's debut disc, which she co-produced with São Paulo-based trendsetter Apollo 9.
Live

Live

This double-DVD companion piece to last year's near-platinum double-CD live set visualizes the groundbreaking bluegrass group's essentially ego-less commitment to excellence.
Part of the second wave in EMI's

Part of the second wave in EMI's "Classic

Part of the second wave in EMI's "Classic Archive" DVD series—which restores long-unseen performances by great classical musicians—this program showcases the intense art of Russian cellist Mstislav Rostropovich.
In God We Trust, Inc.—The Lost Tapes

In God We Trust, Inc.—The Lost Tapes

An ultimate dream for any Dead Kennedys fan: The original recordings of their landmark 1981 EP, "In God We Trust" (with such memorable and incendiary anthems as "Religious Vomit"), which have never seen the light of day, have been repaired and are spotlighted on this DVD.
Bad Boys II

Bad Boys II

Sean "P. Diddy" Combs wasted no time pulling out the big guns for his first release under the Universal Music banner.
The Artist in the Ambulance

The Artist in the Ambulance

After two well-received independent releases, Orange County, Calif.'s Thrice delivers the goods on its major-label debut.
Jackpot

Jackpot

Chingy proves that St. Louis is not a one-rapper town with his Capitol debut.
It's All in Your Head

It's All in Your Head

Where do you go next if you get a contract with a major label while you're still in high school and your first pair of albums go platinum and gold, respectively? Well, if you're Southern California trio Eve 6, you grow.
The Soul of John Black

The Soul of John Black

The Soul of John Black is the collaboration of John Bigham and Christopher Thomas, multi-instrumentalists who have worked with an impressive array of acts, including Miles Davis, Betty Carter, Eminem, Henry Butler, Everlast, Fishbone, Joshua Redman and the Brian Blade Fellowship.
Living Outside

Living Outside

"Burn," the opening song on Sense Field's latest album, is a scorching success.

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