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Cirque Du Soleil
(Cirque Du Soleil)
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Patricia Barber
(Blue Note)
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Cirque Du Soleil
(Cirque Du Soleil)
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Jim Pearce
“Why I Haven't Got You”
Prairie Dog Ballet
(Oak Avenue Publishing)
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Andy Timmons Band
“Gone (9/11/01)”
(Favored Nations)
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Ralph Towner
Time Line
(ECM Records)
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Anoushka Shankar

Amos Lee
"Arms Of A Woman"
Amos Lee
(Blue Note)

Julius Curcio
"American Pie"
Alligator Shoes
(Electric Roots)
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"Come Alive"
Changing Into Me
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ONE WAY CD Issue 16

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1. Anoushka Shankar - “Beloved” > [listen]
Rise - Angel

Anoushka Shankar delivers her fourth album on Angel Records and takes a step or two away from her previous recordings of classical Indian music. Her compositions and performances on this recording display her many many talents. The record is scheduled for release September 27th.

2. Raul Midon - “Keep On Holding” > [listen]
State Of Mind - Manhattan

“Keep On Hoping” by Raul Midon with guest artist Jason Mraz is featured on Raul’s debut album on Manhattan Records entitled State Of Mind. Raul’s unique style of guitar playing and his passionate singing are making critics and listeners take notice. Be sure to catch Raul performing soon in your area.

3. Amos Lee - “Arms Of A Woman” > [listen]
Amos Lee - Blue Note

Amos Lee has been touring with Norah Jones, Bob Dylan, Merle Haggard and on his own for the last three years or so and has been on national television many times since the release of his debut album Amos Lee this Spring. The recording has gotten wonderful reviews from critics everywhere.

4. Les Paul, Keith Richards, Buddy Guy - “Good Morning Little Schoolgirl” > [listen]
Les Paul And Friends - Capitol

Father of the electric guitar and recording artist, Les Paul is virtually responsible for recorded music as we know it today. Les Paul And Friends joins Les with some of today’s biggest artists as they salute him on his 90th birthday. Album includes: Sting, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Jeff Beck, and more.

5. Dandy Warhols - “Smoke It” > [listen]
Odditorium Or Warlords Of Mars - Capitol

Odditorium Or Warlords Of Mars is the Dandy Warhols fifth album to date. Born of long sessions that found the band experimenting freely with new instrumentation and adding new flavors to their trademark mix of seamless rock hooks, turned-on drone, deep psychedelia, and a big shot of the country blues, Odditorium is an expansive rock and roll album that could only come from the minds (and home) of the Dandys. Featuring the new single “Smoke It.” CD hits the streets on September 13th. Also available in a “special” package with bonus DVD and four live tracks as well as three previously unrelease videos.

6. Idlewild - “Love Steals Us From Loneliness” > [listen]
Warnings/Promises - EMI

“Its charms reveal themselves slowly over several listens... album of considerable grace and poise.” Q

Warnings/Promises is another awesome growth spurt of our most uncompromising, credible, and soul-stirring arena-bound rock band. Big Music? The biggest...” NME

7. Low Millions - “Here She Comes” > [listen]
Ex Girlfriends - Manhattan

“Here She Comes” is a fabulous, upbeat, happy pop song from the Ex Girlfriends album by Adam Cohen & his band, Low Millions. Be sure to check your local concert listings for the group’s upcoming appearances in your area. “Its 11 tracks range from hook-laden guitar pop to gentle ballads, with lyrics that are both witty and poignant”

Boston Phoenix

8. Waking Ashland - “I Am For You” > [listen]
Composure - Tooth & Nail

Waking Ashland isn’t exactly your typical band. Fronted by a keyboardist, Waking Ashland strives to avoid the over-processed sounds of today’s generalized rock acts, building their music on genuine emotion rather than industry standards. Waking Ashland, a band formed during the re-emergence of independent rock, merges the energy of artists like Jimmy Eat World and Weezer with the songwriting craft of Elvis Costello and Joe Jackson to create something both original and beautiful. Look for the video for “I Am For You” on Steven’s Untitled Rock Show on FUSE starting August 8th!

9. Anberlin - “A Day Late” > [listen]
Never Take Friendship Personal - Tooth & Nail

When Anberlin exploded on to Tooth & Nail’s roster with their hit debut release, Blueprints for the Black Market, in 2003 there was a certain anticipation in the air. With an added maturity and confidence, Anberlin are set to soar to new heights with, Never Take Friendship Personal, produced by Aaron Sprinkle (Pedro the Lion, MxPx). Creating the same sorts of incessant tunes that reeled audiences in the first time around, with an added focus on the band’s development, Anberlin is a band you can’t miss in 2005!

10. Dizmas - “Let This One Stay” > [listen]
On A Search In America - Credential

Emerging from the Deserts of Southern California, Dizmas have evolved their own unique style of music, blending modern rock with screaming melodies, catchy hooks, and the subtlety of honest Rock-and-Roll. Delivering high energy, engaging rock with a no holds barred spiritual message to fans, Dizmas separates themselves and their music from their peers, successfully laying the platform to take their music across the nation.

11. Number One Gun - “We Are” > [listen]
For the Imperfect - Tooth & Nail

Number One Gun are more than just a pack of fresh faces Tooth & Nail’s roster. Having already jump-started their career with the release of their illustrious 2003 melodic rock album, Celebrate Mistakes, Number One Gun continued to be thrust into the limelight touring with everyone from Saves the Day to Relient K and Acceptance. After signing to Tooth & Nail in early 2005, the band entered to produce a lush effort. Promises For the Imperfect, will not only prove to be an essential summer album, but a vital piece to what will surely be a promising career for Number One Gun.

12. Emery - “Studying Politics” > [listen]
The Question - Tooth & Nail

In 2004, South Carolina natives, Emery did something amazing: They went from near obscurity to undeniable success and popularity, all in a year’s time. What spurred their sudden fame was a combination of January 2004’s release of their critically acclaimed debut, The Weak’s End, and a non-stop tour schedule, including stints with everyone from Hawthorne Heights to Eighteen Visions.

13. The Evan Anthem - “Zero's And Three's” > [listen]
Sens - Mono Vs. Stereo

THE EVAN ANTHEM: Pure and honest. Natural in feel and sound. The Evan Anthem offers the listener brutal truth in lyric and in deed.
“..a masterpiece” - Andrew M. of EmotionalPunk.com
“The Evan Anthem have managed to create a record that best exemplifies whatemotional rock has turned into.” -Kamtin M. of EmotionalPunk.com

14. Mae - “Suspension” > [listen]
The Everglow - Tooth & Nail

On February 2003, Virginia Beach, Virginia introduced the world to the charming quintet collectively known as Mae. Not only was their debut album, Destination: Beautiful, an instant success with audiences, but their live show proved their talent moved even past just writing alluring hits. Now two years of non-stop touring and collectively over 150,000 album sales later, Mae have released The Everglow, their widely-anticipated sophomore album. Complete with both compelling and introspective lyrics along with beautifully developed musicianship, Mae prove flawlessly why they’ve been turning heads for years!

15. Robbie Seay Band - “Better Days” > [listen]
Better Days - Sparrow/EMI

The Robbie Seay Band: “...is this a great independent released CD or what!!! Superb Midwest rock in the same tradition as Gin Blossoms, Big Tent Revival with a portion of modern pop a la Jars of Clay. Add one of the best singers (Robbie Seay) I have heard in ages and we’re quite ahead of the qualities this band has. Favorite tracks are quite unnecessary to write about when an album is this solid but third out “Revolution” which sounds like the missing link between U2 and Midwest rock is great. -melodic.net

16. Marjorie Fair - “Empty Room” > [listen]
Self Help Serenade - Capitol

“A potential modern classic.. destined to break hearts and win minds,” said The Independent. “Disarming stuff for the disenchanted,” considered NME. For Uncut, it was “a rich harvest, melodic and explosive;” for Mojo, “a candidate for debut of the year.” It can only be a matter of time before word spreads and its bruised beauty blooms. It takes elements of classic (Neil Young, Brian Wilson, John Lennon) and particles of indie (Flaming Lips, Low, My Bloody Valentine) to lure you in and wrap you up in slow-burning, chilly, therapeutic thrills.

17. Tristan Prettyman - “Love Love Love” > [listen]
Twentythree - Virgin

Tristan Prettyman is a talented singer / songwriter from San Diego. She has already toured with Jason Mraz, Gavin DeGraw, and Howie Day among others. Her major label debut album hit the streets August 2nd. “If Jack Johnson was a Roxy Girl, you’d pretty much have Tristan Prettyman. Her music is slow, thoughtful and sweet.” Surf Life For Women

18. Bethany Dillon - “New” > [listen]
Imagination - EMI

From the first listen of her self-titled Sparrow Records debut it is obvious that Bethany Dillon possesses the rare gift of balance between flowing lyrics and moving melodies. With a voice equally at home with soaring strings and mandolins as it is with upbeat electric guitars, Bethany has an accessible sound all her own. She is the exuberance of Michelle Branch and the weightiness of Aimee Mann. Bethany’s highly-anticipated sophomore effort, Imagination, showcases an artist whose eyes and heart are open wider for trying, all the while carving out her own unique place among the most respected singer/songwriters.

19. Bernadette Peters - “Children Will Listen” > [listen]
Sondheim, Etc... - Angel

“Children Will Listen” is one of BERNADETTE PETERS’ favorite songs by composer Stephen Sondheim. She often sings this song as a passionate closing to her concerts. This recording comes from the second edition of her famous Sondheim, Etc... concert at Carnegie Hall in 1996 finally issued 2nd August, 2005.

Check out these ONEWAY CDs: [ CD 25 ] [ CD 24 ] [ CD 23 ] [ CD 22 ] [ CD 21 ] [ CD 20 ] [ CD 19 ] [ CD 18 ] [ CD 17 ] [ CD 15 ] [ CD 14 ] [ CD 13 ] [ CD 12 ] [ CD 11 ] [ CD 10 ] [ CD 9 ] [ CD 8 ] [ CD 7 ] [ CD 6 ] [ CD 5 ]

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