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Music Review: ‘Get On Up – The James Brown Story’ [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

Get On Up

The soundtrack to 'Get On Up' is really a collection of the essential hits of "Mr. Dynamite." Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘The Soul of Designer Records’

The Soul of Designer Records

'The Soul of Designer Records' is one of the most fascinating compilations of gospel music ever produced. Read More »

Flurry of New Christmas/Holiday Albums Heralds the Season

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From Idina Menzel to Earth, Wind & Fire, the season is busting out all over with new Christmas albums for your holiday-party playlist. Read More »

Interview: Paolo Nutini Hopes to Spark Imaginations with New Album, ‘Caustic Love’

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Singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini discusses his new album, 'Caustic Love.' Read More »

Music Review: Dina Regine – ‘Right On, Alright’

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Not just a fine songwriter and singer, Dina Regine also has a wide-ranging sensibility infused with the history of the great pop music of the past half century. Read More »

Countdown: My Week with Beyoncé

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I would not succumb to conversion. I was a justified aficionado—personally and professionally—of popular music culture and Beyoncé stood in opposition to the music I jammed to. Or did she? Read More »

Interview: Somi on Her Major Label Debut, ‘The Lagos Music Salon’

Somi The Lagos Music Salon

Somi's "New African Jazz" style comes out of her lengthy stays in Lagos, Nigeria. Read More »

I Shall Be Released: New Releases and Tours from Caleb Johnson, Kris Allen, Ne-Yo, Sinéad O’Connor, Stevie Nicks, Somi and More

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From American Idol winners to Stanley Clarke to Stevie Nicks and Ne-Yo, there's major news from top artists, music icons, and hot up-and-comers this week. Read More »

Music Review: Ruthie Foster – ‘Promise of a Brand New Day’

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Ruthie Foster artfully walks a line too fine for almost anyone else: the line between the blues, soul and gospel traditions on the one hand, and folk-pop on the other. Read More »

Music Review: Coco Montoya – ‘Songs from the Road’

Coco Montoya - Songs from the Road

Despite some shortcomings, Coco Montoya's live 'Songs from the Road' is an outstanding overview of the bluesman's career for fans and newcomers alike. Read More »