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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 4

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1. Robert Cray - “Up In The Sky”
Time Will Tell - Sanctuary

The electric sitar and use of The Turtle Island String Quartet on "Up In The Sky" opens a new chapter for The Robert Cray Band from their new album, Time Will Tell. Don't miss them on the road this fall.

2. Lizz Wright - “Salt”
Salt - Verve

Lizz Wright's extraordinary honeyed alto, soulful charisma, and rare honesty add up to the intangible and instantly recognizable: star quality. Her highly-praised debut album, Salt, heralds a singular new vocal and songwriting talent drawing upon jazz, folk, neo-soul, and gospel - the music on which she was brought up.

3. The String Cheese Incident - “Who Am I?”
Untying The Knot - Sci-Fidelity

With The String Cheese Incident's third studio release, Untying The Not, SCI enters a new and intriguing juncture in their artistic evolution. The album's thirteen songs, many of which are inspired by life's obscurities, keenly explore rock melody and song craft. The result is an ambitious and surprisingly stirring musical adventure.

4. Keller Williams - “Love Handles”
Home - Sci-Fidelity

Keller Williams' mesmerizing guitar work, infectious melodies, and vibrant energy have garnered him the reputation as one of today's most inspiring music pioneers. Dubbed a "one man band for the new century," Keller is the only musician on his stage. With his newest release, this mad scientist of music finds himself back Home.

5. Gavin DeGraw - “Follow Through”
Chariot - J

Gavin DeGraw, the artist Time Out New York called an "Electrifying live performer…destined for stardom" is a soulful and stirring artist and musician who's been writing and composing since age 8. Gavin DeGraw's debut album, Chariot, is crafted from a unique blend of material in the tradition of the classic singer-songwriter.

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6. Over The Rhine - “Show Me”
Ohio - Back Porch

Ohio is the definitive Over The Rhine record. An ambitious, specially priced 2-CD set containing 21 extraordinary new songs from one of America's finest bands. Karen Berquist's powerfully seductive vocal style and impassioned storytelling unforgettably embody the songs that she and writing partner Lindford Detweiler dredge up out of the Ohio river.

7. Yerba Buena - “I Love You So Much”
President Alien - Razor & Tie

Led by acclaimed producer/mixer Andres Levin (David Byrne, Bilal, Red Hot & Riot), the New York Afro-Cuban/funk collective has been captivating fans over two years through their energetic live show. The group's debut album, President Alien, showcases the inventive fusion of sounds and culture brought together by this engagingly dynamic band.

8. Robert Randolph & The Family Band - “I Need More Love”
Unclassified - Warner Bros.

The debut studio album from Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Unclassified, resurrects the spiritual fervor of Gospel, gutbucket soul of the Blues, earthy power of R&B, and raucous energy of Rock. Led by pedal steel guitarist Randolph, who has been compared to Stevie Ray Vaughan, Duane Allman, and Jimi Hendix, RRFB was named Best New Artist at the recent W.C. Handy Blues Awards and New Groove of the Year at the Jammy Awards.

9. The Slackers - “Mommy”
Close My Eyes - Hellcat

Check out "Mommy" for the ultimate blend of Vic's heart-wrenching soulful vocal style, percolating keyboard work tossed with Reggae-fied, Afro-Carribean flavor. It's the epitome of what The Slackers do as a band.

10. The Weakerthans - “Our Retired Explorer (Dines With Michel Foucault In Paris, 1961)”
Reconstruction Site - Epitaph

Sonically located in the finest tradition of punk, The Weakerthans walk an archipelago of influences from rock to folk to alt-country and beyond, led by lyrics tutored in the best of contemporary literature and progressive politics.

11. Pat Metheny - “Song For The Boys”
One Quiet Night - Warner Bros. Jazz

"This is the kind of record that can send you to bed feeling that all's right with the world" - Peter Marsh, BBC1. Metheny's first solo acoustic record, One Quiet Night, showcases the guitar genius' personal side. With his 12-string baritone guitar, Metheny's gorgeous melodies and exquisite playing are expressed through some of his favorite tunes throughout his illustrious career.

12. Beulah - “Fooled With The Wrong Guy”
Yoko - Velocette

Plaintive, mournful, and achingly beautiful. These qualities continue through out Yoko. All mixed with hints of optimism, all delivered in different moods and modes, from seething urgency to hazed atmospherics. Musically, there's no pigeon hole here, Beatles and Beach Boys are easy reference points (along with Big Star and Wilco), but Beulah's Yoko is what it is - dark West coast Pop.

13. Fire Bug - “Footsteps To The Sun”
Footsteps To The Sun - Buddha Belt

"Instantly appealing about Fire Bug is the mixture of sounds." PopMatters "Displaying an obvious flair for the dramatic, like U2, The Verve, and Jane's Addiction." * * * * AMG Music Guide. Visit us at firebugmusic.com

14. Luther Wright & The Wrongs - “The Race To The Top”
Guitar Pickin Martyrs - Back Porch

Guitar Pickin Martyrs is the next chapter in the gospel according to Luther Wright. 13 songs ranging from rip-roaring to sweet and sad, delivered up as sizzling, rockin' country & western, punkgrass music. Newcomers will quickly learn that a love for Hank Williams and a sharp tongued attitude make great bedfellows and beautiful music.

15. Kimberlee - “Any Time You Wanna Change”
What Am I Gonna Do? - Real Star

Singer/Songwriter, Kimberlee, performs a potpourri of rock, funk, folk, and soul delivered to impact. With a truthful vulnerability, Kimberlee's music possesses a kind of medicine for the heart. She sings like a woman recently given freedom, providing a vocal palette that is critically acclaimed.

16. Lili Haydn - “Anything”
Light Blue Sun - Private Music

In a time of countless sound-alike bands and musicians, Lili Haydn is truly unique - and a true original. That is made clear on her new album, Light Blue Sun, in the mix of soaring violin, electronica-influenced beats and passionate vocals.

17. Nicholas Payton - “Cannabis Leaf Rag 1”
Sonic Trance - Warner Bros. Jazz

Nicholas Payton and his freshly reconfigured band have fattened the bass, tweaked the treble, and phase-shifted the balance for an unforgettable aural experience . . . one that goes beyond the realm of Jazz and into a Sonic Trance. Using African rhythms, hip-hop grooves, digital effects, and unsurpassed improv skills, Payton takes the classic rag-time feel into the future with "Cannabis Leaf Rag 1."

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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