Mundo

Mundo

When the increasingly adventurous Ruben Blades first conceived Mundo, he wanted to blend Celtic and Caribbean music.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Celine Dion and Peter Gabriel perform at an American Red Cross benefit concert at Montreal's Molson Centre for victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in the U.S.
Estoy Como Nunca

Estoy Como Nunca

What makes Eliades Ochoa one of the most enjoyable artists of the modern Cuban folk movement? His exquisite guitar playing? His consummate band-leading skills? His adventurous embrace of musicians and styles outside his rural roots? All of the above, and more.
Nu-Afrobeat Experience

Nu-Afrobeat Experience

The world of Afrobeat music is explored and celebrated on Nu-Afrobeat Experience.
All I Got

All I Got

This much stronger follow-up to 2000's Tomorrow Today still finds Jarreau in enviably fine vocal form, working once again with arranger/producers Paul Brown, Steven Dubin, and others from the talented Tomorrow Today camp.
Los Angeles Master Chorale/Grant Gershon

Los Angeles Master Chorale/Grant Gershon

With the Los Angeles Master Chorale's fourth CD—and first with second-year music director Grant Gershon—the group showcases its virtuosic flair in works by a pair of highly divergent contemporary composers.
Girls of Grace

Girls of Grace

At a time when many successful artists aren't mindful of their platform and the impact their music can have on young people, Christian pop foursome Point of Grace (POG) understand the responsibility and embrace the opportunity to be positive role models.
Vivid

Vivid

Here Legacy has completely revived one of the most exciting hard-rock records of the late '80s; while it's already thrilling just to hear these songs again, the digital remastering here has this listener feeling as though a blanket's been removed from around his speakers.
Long Way Around: An Anthology1991-2001

Long Way Around: An Anthology1991-2001

It's always a real treat when the work of an artist whose critical acclaim far outweighs his or her commercial success gets this sort of treatment, especially from a top-notch reissue company like Legacy.
Scarface Offers Up His 'Greatest'

Scarface Offers Up His 'Greatest'

Former Geto Boys rapper Scarface, one of hip-hop's most consistently successful artists, has recorded one new track for a greatest-hits set that streets Oct. 22 on Rap-A-Lot/Virgin Records. The new "Love & Friendship" will grace the disc alongside classic tracks like "Mr. Scarface," "A Minute to Pray," and "Money & the Power."
Tedeschi Ends 'Wait' For New Album

Tedeschi Ends 'Wait' For New Album

Blues-leaning singer/songwriter Susan Tedeschi is gearing up for the release of her third album, "Wait For Me," due Nov. 19 on Tone-Cool/Artemis. The disc is her second for the label, and the follow up to 1998's "Just Won't Burn," which earned Tedeschi a best new artist Grammy nomination. It peaked at No. 2 on Billboard's Top Blues Albums chart and has sold 571,000 copies to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Innocent Plea Entered In 'N Sync Fan Death

Innocent Plea Entered In 'N Sync Fan Death

A man who allegedly ran over a woman outside a radio station where a crowd had gathered to see 'N Sync singer Justin Timberlake has pleaded innocent to murder. Cameron Albert Duty is charged in the Sept. 9 death of 21-year-old Anna White of Bellevue, Wash., who was standing on a sidewalk outside the Burbank, Calif., studios of KIIS-FM when a pickup truck in reverse struck her.
CHART BEAT BONUS

CHART BEAT BONUS

"Chart Beat" columnist Fred Bronson reports on the chart accomplisments of Kelly Clarkson, Natalie Cole, Michelle Branch, Phil Collins, and Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott.

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