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Interview. Confessions of the Metal God Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford goes deeper on some of the stories featured in his new memoir, Confess, including his spontaneous coming-out, the overtures he made to rejoin his band, and which Priest album is the band's Sgt. Pepper.
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Changing Channels - Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer | Songs
With Changing Channels, Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer deliver yet another winning, hummable set of songs tailored to what they call "media smart" kids; they tackle their subject matter with a warm wit and catchy music that ranges from folk to old-time jazz to Celtic.
Half Mad Moon - The Damnations TX | Songs, Reviews
It was once said that the only thing alternative rock ever promised was authentically great American music. As a testament to this edict, Austin's Damnations TX debuts with Half Bad Moon, a fast driving, punk-funky, hoedown record hailing the happy advent of the new West. Talented, self taught sisters, Amy Boone and Deborah Kelly, strum and harmonize with verve and flexibility, pounding
Yuletide Soiree Party Pack - Various Artists | Songs
In a binder, the folks at Rhino pack a holiday party planner, coupons and two discs of Christmas music. The suggested menus look mighty tasty and the music is great fun, with all the requisite nuggets like Eartha Kitt's "Santa Baby" and Chuck Berry's "Run Rudolph." To top it off, one disc features a sing-along section for party caroling.
Action! The Songs of Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart - Various
Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart's brand of West Coast sunshine pop made them one of the most successful songwriting teams in the 1960s, and although the duo only managed one big hit as performers, 1967's "I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight," they almost single-handedly provided the Monkees with most of their hits (including the theme song to their TV show), and wrote hit singles for several other
Popera - Bella Sorella | Release Info | AllMusic
When this album was released in 2005, Bella Sorella consisted of Nova and Susanna Jiménez; bella, true enough, but not sisters, although they are married to brothers. Their 2008 release Bella Sorella is preferable if you want to sample this group, with a multicultural mix of pop songs that fits their capabilities better and an improved visual concept incorporating accompanist Shinobu Kameyama.