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This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Lil' Mo is injured while leaving a concert in San Francisco. The singer/songwriter is exiting a backstage area lined with fans when an unidentified man strikes her in the head with a bottle. She is rushed to California Pacific Hospital where she receives more than 20 stitches for the head wound.
Orbit

Orbit

A Michigan native who has taken up residence in Nashville, Jill Parr has a strong, supple voice that is adept at delivering lush AC ballads and frisky, uptempo pop.
Right on Time

Right on Time

After two decades of toiling in near-anonymity, Lee Williams & the Spiritual QC's burst out of their hometown of Tupelo, Miss., in 1997.
timeagain

timeagain

With this disc, Sanborn breaks out of the contemporary jazz mold in a big way.
Harem

Harem

The concept behind Harem is blending Middle Eastern melodies and rhythms with Western dance-tinged pop—something Ofra Haza, and even Sting, already achieved with more ingenuity and dancefloor credibility.
Fly Below the Radar

Fly Below the Radar

This transplanted U.K.-to-L.A. quartet, which released one fine album on Universal two years ago, steps back into the fray with a tuneful effort.
Revolution Calling

Revolution Calling

With founding member Chris DeGarmo recently rejoining progressive metal band Queensrÿche in the studio, EMI's reissuing of the group's first seven studio albums in this slim boxed set is perfectly timed.
Something Dangerous

Something Dangerous

Internationally renowned for her multi-ethnic sound, Natacha Atlas seamlessly melds authentic Indo-Arabic musical forms with a mÉlange of North African and contemporary Western musical influences (including R&B, dancehall, and electronic) on her fifth solo album.
My Love Is Like . . . Wo

My Love Is Like . . . Wo

The majority of new rock acts in the 2000s are corporate-stamped to sound precisely like whomever was topping the radio charts six months previous.

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