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Monthly Archive for February, 2009

Check Our Catalog “Heather Headley is among the top singers with a vocal that absolutely astounds with its intensity…This woman is one of the great entertainers of the day, on record and on stage.”–Billboard

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George Carlin: It’s Bad For Ya

Check Our Catalog “Released just over a month after his passing, George Carlin’s It’s Bad for Ya features the same material as his final HBO special of the same name, which aired in March of 2008. There’s no solace to be found as his no-nonsense (and no heaven, either) attitude destroys all things comforting, but [...]

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Jennifer Hudson: Jennifer Hudson

Check Our Catalog The 2008 self-titled debut album of Jennifer Kate Hudson reflects her high-powered soulful style voice which is transcendent and timeless. Guests features on the album include Fantasia on “I’m His Only Woman”, Ludacris on “Pocketbook”, plus the highlights version of “And I am Telling You I’m Not Going” from Dreamgirls. Jennifer first [...]

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Check Our Catalog The new album from Guns N’ Roses features 14 brand new songs from Axl and company, has garnered rave reviews and is easily the most anticipated release of the year.–Amazon.com

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George Strait: Troubadour

Check Our Catalog “Troubadour finds Strait turning introspective, getting softer and mellower, perhaps even slightly melancholy, yet it’s a comforting melancholy, as the album never wallows in sadness — there are plenty of Texas 2-steps, breezy mid-tempo tunes, and love songs to temper the blue moments here. Nevertheless, Strait is the troubadour of the title, [...]

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Lily Allen: It’s Not Me, It’s You

Check Our Catalog “It’s Not Me, It’s You streamlines Allen’s eccentricities and bad habits, holding together in a way the gloriously messy Alright, Still never quite managed. There’s a slight drawback to this cohesion — It’s Not Me never hits heights as blinding as “Smile” or “LDN” — but this approach does wind up spotlighting [...]

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Mary Mary: The Sound

Check Our Catalog “Once again, it’s the instantly memorable, upbeat, radio-ready material that places Mary Mary at the forefront of contemporary gospel.”–All Music Guide

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Brandy: Human

Check Our Catalog “Human is easily the most platitudinal Brandy album, but it is no less compelling for it, even when blocking out the complicated context of the singer’s personal life.”–All Music Guide

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Check Our Catalog Experience the uniquely beautiful vocal harmonies of one of New England’s premier a cappella singing groups, performing jazz, swing and pop favorites. Unlike most a cappella groups, which are small (four to five), Boston Jazz Voices uses its 18 voices and six- to eight-part close harmonies to produce a very special sound.

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Check Our Catalog “Cape Blues is a top-notch release that should please any blues fan. Ms. Wallace’s voice is on a par with most blues singers and the back-up performances are excellent. The album is casual but has a smoldering intensity.”–New Bedford Standard-Times

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Check Our Catalog A 2007 Parent’s Choice Award Winner “Brazilian guitarist Sulinha Boucher teams up with Marion Campos, Catherine Peterson, and Alex Carvalho to present 13 songs with a Latin American sound. Most are performed by the female vocalist, accompanied by acoustic guitar and percussion instruments as well as coconuts, kalimbas, and a cavaquinho. An [...]

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Check Our Catalog “Hey Diddle, Diddle, it’s nursery rhymes with a Wiggle! Generations of children have delighted in these nursery rhymes. And now for the first time, the fab four of fun, Sam, Murray, Jeff and Anthony have recorded some of their favourites to delight a new generation. With a nick, nack paddy wack, you’ll [...]

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Check Our Catalog “It only takes pianist Bruce Ward’s first few notes of the opening track of Jumpin’ Juba’s debut CD Bumpity Bump to know you’re in for a good time. “Funny Farm” pretty much guarantees that anytime you put the disc in your CD player or you catch the group featuring frontman and guitarist [...]

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Check Our Catalog Guy Mendilow draws on his experiences living, learning and performing in four continents and over seven countries including Israel, South Africa, Mexico and Brazil in his debut album Soar Away Home. Awash with powerful vocals, rich harmonies and captivating rhythms, Soar Away Home journeys from South African melodies to sitar patterns, middle [...]

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Check Our Catalog “Acclaimed as “agile and terrifically talented” by the Boston Herald, Mr. Nunoya further contributed to marimba music by producing his debut CD, Red Dragonfly. This CD features a rich selection of marimba repertoire from Baroque music to contemporary marimba repertoires, from ensemble piece to Asian folk songs.”—Amazon.com

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Check Our Catalog “Based on Mary Pope Osborne’s beloved series of children s books, Magic Tree House: The Musical brings Osborne s enchanting tales to life onstage. With the author s blessing, playwright Will Osborne (Mary Pope s husband) and composer Randy Courts fashioned a Broadway-style musical that expands on the books. The result is [...]

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Check Our Catalog “The soundtrack to Disney’s Camp Rock is manna for sagging tween spirits: Demi Lovato, The Jonas Brothers, and a handful of others well known among the Disney Channel-watching demographic wind their youthful voices around a maniacally catchy set of songs.”—Amazon.com

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Check Our Catalog “Nueva York! is maybe the most all-around likable family record of 2008. The crazy-haired former Del Fuego has once again packed a panoply of A-list players onto the bill. For non-Spanish-speakers, the appeal of the playful, all-Spanish Nueva York! is its open invitation to vibe along with a multitude of hip styles [...]

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