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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 3

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1. Charlie Hunter - “Whoop-Ass” > [listen]
Right Now Move - Ropeadope

Like an ascending spiral, Charlie Hunter has spent the past decade in constant motion, elevating with every turn and earning him "Artist of the Decade" award by Jazz Times magazine. Charlie now returns to his roots and marks a new beginning with Right Now Move, his first release on ropeadope records and the premier recording by his new lineup: the Charlie Hunter Quintet.

2. Franky Perez - “Again” > [listen]
Poor Man's Son - Lava

Lava Records is proud to present the release of a major new artist, Franky Perez. Poor Man's Son, the Las Vegas-based Cuban American singer/songwriter's debut, delivers 18 tracks of remarkable diversity and power - the kind of stuff built on blood, sweat, and hard-earned paychecks.

3. Buchanan - “Satan Is A Woman” > [listen]
All Understood - Ultimatum

Jay Buchanan, guitarist Ty Stewart, bassist Todd Sanders, and drummer Chris Powell comprise one of the most talked-about bands in Southern California. Jay Buchanan's soulful grooves, powerful voice, and honest lyrics really speak to people. Look for the debut release, All Understood, in stores Fall 2003.

4. Christian McBride - “Technicolor Nightmare” > [listen]
Vertical Vision - Warner Bros.

Vertical Vision is melting pot music that doesn't sound like a "fusion" record. The great thing about the current scene is that time has removed enough fusion-prejudice to allow its diverse heritage to seep into this generation's music without category. Christian McBride has shaped a music altogether fresh while managing to reflect all that came before it.

5. John Eddie - “Let Me Down Hard” > [listen]
Who The Hell Is John Eddie? - Lost Highway/Thrill Show

Influenced by Skynyrd, Petty & Springsteen. John's had the sort of life - often hard - scrabble, occasionally charmed - that other artists only imagine, or have someone else write about for them. John has managed to document a lot of this on Who The Hell Is John Eddie? His debut album on Lost Highway.

6. Steven Delopoulos - “Jungle Trail” > [listen]
Me Died Blue - Universal South

As the former singer of Burlap to Cashmere, Steven Delopoulos, has sold over 300,000 records. His new solo record Me Died Blue is in stores now. The first single "Jungle Trail" is currently receiving airplay on Triple A radio stations across the country.

7. Lou Reed - “Satellite Love” > [listen]
Nyc Man: The Ultimate Lou Reed Collection - BMG Heritage

Lou Reed spent much of January 2003 in a NYC studio, assembling the 31 track, 2-CD, career-spanning retrospective album. Reed was intimately involved - the quintessential New Yorker selected, sequenced and oversaw the remastering of NYC Man making this by far the highest quality sounding collection of his work. 31 tracks on 2 CDs at a special price!

8. Corey Andrew - “Your Time Is Coming” > [listen]
We're All Stars - XCalibur

In a market saturated with pop music mediocrity, We're All Stars, Corey Andrew's debut CD, is a breath of fresh air. The eclectic new album is a seamless union of contemporary rock guitar, celestial dreamlike ambience, and Corey's signature style of lush retro harmonies. We're All Stars maintains its contemporary appeal while delivering cleverly reflective moments of the 70s Classic Rock era.

9. Liz Phair - “Why Can't I?” > [listen]
Liz Phair - Capitol

Liz Phair's deeply clever and often brutally candid songs have always been commanding ears and raising eyebrows, and her new self-titled fourth album is perhaps the strongest yet. Virtually a smorgasbord of indelible hooks couched in everything from turned-to-eleven crunch chords to swirling psychedelia to garage stop to ephemeral synths to bare naked acoustics.

10. Liam Lynch - “United States Of Whatever” > [listen]
Fake Songs - S-Curve

Fake Songs is a collection of funny "tongue in cheek" songs that Liam Lynch wrote and recorded in his home studio, including the first single "United States Of Whatever." Features guest appearances by Ringo Starr and Jack Black. Bonus DVD features over two hours of never-before-seen videos, including "United States Of Whatever," and skits written and performed by Liam Lynch.

11. O.A.R. - “Hey Girl” > [listen]
Any Time Now - Everfine

O.A.R.'s sound is a true fusion of Rock, Reggae, Ska, and Folk, worthy of its own genre - Island-Vibe Roots Rock. Any Time Now has rocked the Billboard charts with appearances at #156 on the Top 200, #12 on Independent Albums, #4 on Heatseekers, and #4 on Internet Album Sales. O.A.R.'s new release, In Between Now And Then hits shelves May 27.

12. Siedah - “What I Know” > [listen]
Siedah - Omtown/Higher Octave Music

Siedah is regarded as one of contemporary music's most accomplished singer-songwriters, which includes the worldwide smash hit "Man In The Mirror." Her first single, "What I Know" is co-written with Glen Ballard. Street date: July 8.

13. Bridget Brigitte - “Cabo Liberte” > [listen]
Where Birds Meet In The Rain - Bionic Women Productions

A prolific songwriter, Bridget performs all original tunes on guitar/harp/piano and people say her music resembles Joni Mitchell's. She is a 2003 Call to Arts Creative Vision Song contest winner and her music videos are shown in the Payne County Film Festival (TV 33, Cable 3).

14. Madlib - “Funky Blue Note” > [listen]
Shades Of Blue: Madlib Invades Blue Note - Blue Note

Madlib, the critically acclaimed producer, DJ, and MC, has mined Blue Note's crates and has delivered remixes and brand spankin new interpretations of Blue Note classics. Whether funking out Ronnie Foster's original "Mystic Brew," or giving Wayne Shorter's "Footprints" a go with Yesterday New Quintet, rest assured that Madlib's innovative sonic vocabulary will fill the ears.

Check out these ONEWAY CDs: [ CD 25 ] [ CD 24 ] [ CD 23 ] [ CD 22 ] [ CD 21 ] [ CD 20 ] [ CD 19 ] [ CD 18 ] [ CD 17 ] [ CD 16 ] [ 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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