Town and the City (2006)
Blues, rock, and R&B still form the structural skeleton here, but that skeleton is fleshed out with a diversity of styles that includes cumbia, jazz, norteno, country, and ambient shadings. Yet THE TOWN AND THE CITY never sounds like a ...
Lead Sails Paper Anchor: 2.0 (2007)
||Digipak; Cdvu; Enhanced CD
Atreyu is usually categorized as a metalcore act, but the group's facility with melodic hooks on LEAD SAILS PAPER ANCHOR proves that they are not far removed from the pop-influenced punkster tradition of their native Orange, California as followed by ...
Least Worst of the Suicide Machines: 1995-2001 (2002)
Audio Mixers: Chris Lord-Alge; Jerry Finn; Joe Barresi.
Recording information: St. Andrew's Hall (1997-2001).
The Suicide Machines: Dan Lukacinsky (vocals, guitar); Royce Nunley (vocals, bass); Jason Navarro (vocals); Ryan Vanderberghe, Derek Grant (drums).
Producers: Julian Raymond, The Suicide Machines.
Amir Sofi's Guide To Middle Eastern Rhythms, Vol. 2 (2011)
Track Listing: Introduction; Katakoftee; Masmoodi Al Nesfi; Maalaya; Magrebi; Samae Takeel; Arabic Romba; Dosari; Sharh; Saeedi; Bombay; Yanbooe; Khbati; Maqsoom; Shaftatali; Basta; Hagaa; Malfoof; Fax; Hawady; Zafa; Immaculate Sound; Magic Fingers;
Dances Of Port Said: Mohamed El - Bakkar And His Oriental Ensemble Vol. 5 (2003)
Track Listing: See and Admire; Who Taught You?; Circle Dance, The; One Who Waits, The; Light of My Eyes; Greetings!; You Travelers!; From My Window; Let Us Dance, Dabke; Eyes of Honey; Double String Dance; Mountain Festival;
||Swingers (1996) |
Tracks 1-3, 5, 7, 9-10, 12, 14, 16 were recorded for this release and do not appear in the movie.
Tracks 4, 15 were recorded at Mad Hatter Studios, Los Angeles in September 1996 and tracks 6, 11, 13 were recorded ...
Wide Open (2006)
Wide Open, the third collection for Skaggs Family Records from lauded gospel-bluegrass collective Mountain Heart, begins appropriately with a blistering road song called "Traveler's Prayer." It's a fitting opener for a band that's managed to win over legions of both ...
Doug Lunn (bass); Kurt Wortman (drums, percussion); Reynaldo Lujan (percussion).
Recorded live at The Weidner Center, Green Bay, Minnesota in August 1998. Includes liner notes by William Morgan.
Peter Buffett is one of the top composers and performers of ethnic and tribal ...
Jane Austen and Rachel Portman would seem a match made in heaven, and indeed, Portman's score for the 1996 Austen feature adaptation Emma earned the composer an Academy Award. Employing all of Portman's signatures -- whimsical yet romantic melodies, fluffy ...
||Music of Lebanon (2007) |
Editor: Avo Arutiunian. Track Listing: Leyliyyi Bi Trjaa Ya Leyl; Tsalouni, La; Shatti Ya Dunya; Ghadwiyyi, Ghadwiyyi; Aatini Nay Waghanni; Nadda, Nadda; Ayyam al Loulou; Fayyah Mandilik; Ala al Nadda; Ghamze Min Ayneyki Sound; Jawwazouha Khatife/Hazzi Ya Nawaem/Baddik, Baddik; Layali ...
||Grey's Anatomy (2005) |
Liner Note Authors: Shonda Rhimes; Betsy Beers.
Expressive Bellydance Veil with Kaeshi Chai (2012)
This instructional program hosted by dancer and dance instructor Kaeshi offers a unique lesson on bellydancing with the incorporation of veils, which can be used to create movement and flow that imparts emotion, sensuality, and even props in a narrative ...
Belly Dance with Veil: Technique and Combinations with Sadie (2012)
Add some flair to your bellydancing with moves incorporating a veil. This DVD offers up specific techniques and combinations to liven up your dance rerpetoire.
Dancing with a veil adds mystery and elegance to your movements. You can create an illusion ...
||Killer Queen: A Tribute to Queen (2005) |
Released contemporaneously with a Queen "reunion" album that found the surviving members collaborating with former Bad Company singer Paul Rodgers, KILLER QUEEN features a passel of younger artists paying their respects to Freddie Mercury and company. While there's a wide ...
||Freedom Writers (2007) |
Inspired by the post-Los Angeles riot writings of a real Long Beach, CA high school class, the film adaptation of Freedom Writers follows a group of African-American, Latino and Asian inner city students, and their interactions with each other, as ...
||Queen / Paul Rodgers|
Cosmos Rocks (2008)
Former Bad Company belter Paul Rodgers's bluesy, testosterone-heavy style might seem an odd replacement for late Queen singer Freddie Mercury's operatic art-rock acrobatics, but his collaboration with Queen's guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor has revitalized all three British ...
||Sadie's Signature Combinations (2011) |
Professional bellydancer Sadie hosts this instructional program, walking viewers through a complete lesson on the techniques needed to imitate her unique, signature style on the dancefloor, with step-by-step breakdowns of each movement, leading to complete combos and eventually full choreography.
Music from the 3D Concert Experience (2009)
Fans of the Jonas Brothers will want to own this exciting soundtrack to their IMAX 3D movie. Playing like a best-of package, the set list culls the strongest performances from the film, covering all the Brothers' greatest hits. The album ...
Fortuneteller's Melody (2006)
Combining the familial pop element of the Corrs with the rural twang of the Dixie Chicks, Shedaisy's Osborn sisters (Kristyn, Kelsi, and Kassidy) unveil another enjoyable set of light country-rock with 2006's FORTUNETELLER'S MELODY. Produced by Sheryl Crow's frequent collaborator ...
||Grey's Anatomy, Vol. 3 (2007) |
The third installment of the GREY'S ANATOMY soundtrack series presents more pop/rock tunes that were featured in the popular TV medical drama. The show's mix of comedy, romance, and drama is nicely reflected in the breezy indie-rock of Peter Bjorn ...
No Ordinary Girl (2007)
On her 2007 debut, NO ORDINARY GIRL, teen singer Jordan Pruitt presents a highly accessible set of pop/rock songs. A Disney Channel regular, the young Tennessee-based vocalist exudes girl-next-door charisma, whether offering up the funky, carefree "Teenager" or the delicate, ...
Greatest Hits (1987)
These are not the original Drifters recordings from their most fertile and commercially successful period (1959-64). Instead, they're remakes, recorded in the '80s by the then- current Drifters' touring ensemble (the liner notes are vague on the subject).
That caveat aside, ...
||Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra|
Plays His Greatest Hits (1987)
A superb 25 track hits collection from one of the all time country greats. Hit after hit from his classic 60's and 70's material, including two tracks originally recorded for Epic, along with with Tammy Wynette.
Plays His Greatest Hits is ...
Jonas Brothers (2007)
On their 2007 self-titled sophomore album, the Jonas Brothers--Joe, Nick, and Kevin--offer up another set of catchy, energetic pop tunes. All still in their teens, the New Jersey-bred siblings have a surprisingly mature sense of songcraft (see the good-humored "Year ...
||Drum Circle (2003) |
Liner Note Author: Ali Hamouda.
Recording information: Egypt; Iraq; Lebanon.
Editor: Movses Panossian.