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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 8

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1. Los Lobos - “Rita” > [listen]
The Ride - Mammoth/Hollywood

With The Ride, three-time Grammy winners Los Lobos have created a career-defining album with help from an all-star group of music legends. If collaborations withTom Waits, Mavis Staples, Bobby Womack, Ruben Blades, Dave Alvin, Martha Gonzalez, and Little Willie G, among others, doesn’t tell you this is a seminal recording, we don’t know what will.

2. Toby Lightman - “Devils And Angels” > [listen]
Little Things - Lava

There’s a world of difference between pop stars who sing other people’s songs and singer-songwriters who truly touch your soul. With a voice that’s powerful, passionate, endlessly expressive, and full of contagious energy, Toby Lightman is just that type of artist - one that will surprise and captivate those that listen to the big charms of her debut, Little Things.

3. Patti Smith - “Jubilee” > [listen]
Trampin' - Columbia

Patti Smith’s new album trampin’, her ninth and first for Columbia Records, features ten original compositions and will be in stores April 27.

4. Gipsy Kings - “Legende” > [listen]
Roots - Nonesuch

ROOTS brings an intimate and spontaneous atmosphere throughout an hour-long program that ranges through exuberant rumbas, soulful fandangos, and the relaxed virtuosity of some smoky instrumentals, with lead vocals shared for the first time among four members of the group.

5. David Byrne - “The Apocalypse” > [listen]
Grown Backwards - Nonesuch

On his Nonesuch debut, Grown Backwards, David Byrne offers a new set of songs whose wry observations of life form one of the artists’ most emotionally rich and personally expressive statements yet.

6. Grey De Lisle - “Sharecroppin' Man” > [listen]
The Graceful Ghosts - Sugar Hill

Juxtaposing a Be Good Tanyas-like delicacy with emotive outbursts comparable to country music’s most impassioned singers, an affinity for extremely old musical instruments & technology, and inspiration drawn from pre-Civil War-era United States, DeLisle has crafted an atmospheric, sometimes spooky, set of music. Imagine the original Carter Family band with the early ‘70s-era Dolly Parton singing lead.

7. Jolie Holland - “Old Fashioned Morphine” > [listen]
Escondida - Anti-

Intimate and uplifting, Jolie Holland’s debut studio release, Escondida, is a breath of fresh air for fans of great singer-songwriters. Escondida combines Blues, Folk, Jazz, and Pop, evoking Billie Holiday singing mountain music.

8. Dulcie Younger & The Silencers - “Make Me Mad” > [listen]
Kitty, Kitty . . . Growl! - Golly Gee

Dulcie employs the talents of roots-rock guitar-hero Deke Dickerson to create intimate and energetic Rockabilly that echoes with both desire and desperation. Producing, arranging, singing and writing/co-writing all of the songs, Dulcie displays her multi-talented skills on her first recording. A vixen with verve, Dulcie leads you into her rockabilly life and escorts you into her heart.

9. Ludovic Navarre Aka St Germain - “The Pink Panther Theme Revisited” > [listen]
Pink Panther’s Penthouse Party - Virgin

Virgin/EMI is celebrating the Pink Panther’s 40th Anniversary and you’re invited! In addition to the original theme penned by Henry Mancini, Pink Panther’s Penthouse Party contains exclusive new music from St. Germain, new remixes from Fischerspooner and Malibu, and 15 other tracks including Fatboy Slim, Dmitri From Paris, Kinky.

10. Bugz In The Attic (Gene Harris) - “Los Alamitos Latinfunklovesong” > [listen]
Blue Note Revisited - Blue Note

Blue Note Revisited contains remixes, remakes, and reworks by some of the world’s most talented DJs and producers including Bugz In The Attic, Kenny “Dope” Gonzales, Madlib, Jay Dee aka J Dilla, Jazznova, Kyoto Jazz Massive, and DJ Spinna. Revisited is a classic 65 years in the making!

11. Jason Roseman And Tropical Gems - “Prelude” > [listen]
The Gems Within -

A native of Trinidad/Tobago, Jason Roseman brings the warmth and vitality of Caribbean sounds. Jason plays the classic calypso tunes the island is known for as well as jazz, funk, and reggae. His soon-to-be released album, The Gems Within showcases his talent as a songwriter. He incorporates varied musical styles in order to apeal to a diversed audience.

12. Ricky Fanté - “It Ain’t Easy” > [listen]
Rewind - Virgin

Rewind brings back the heyday of the great Stax and Muscle Shoals bands that backed the likes of Isaac Hayes and Sam & Dave. Fanté’s gritty, infectiously heartfelt vocals are infused with the spirit and verve of soul legends - the likes of Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, and Al Green.

13. Stampead - “Ballad Of Page” > [listen]
Stampead - Tickle Me Twice

Stampead’s second independent release is a diverse, moving collection. An ambitious blend of fantastically melodic guitar arrangements, commanding rhythms, and unquestionably original lyrics that leave an inspiring impression on first time listeners. Judd’s lyrical delivery is refreshingly distinguishable from all others. Discover the missing link of today’s rock scene.

14. Brandon Schott - “Let Me Sleep” > [listen]
Release - Fluffy Pillow Music

L.A.-based indie pop singer-songwriter Brandon Schott’s independently released his debut album in November 2003. All Music Guide says Release shows “an artist of considerable talent in love with his medium.” Charming, honest, diverse, affecting, and, above all, emotional - this is music for music lovers and easily lulls into repeat listenings.

15. Pat McGee Band - “Beautiful Way” > [listen]
Save Me - Warner Bros.

The Pat McGee Band has built a phenomenal fan base one show at a time, 250 shows each year. Now its reputation for emotionally-charged songs and great live performances takes the next step up with its second major-label album, Save Me.

16. Estrume’n’tal - “Sol Si Do Si Mi Re La” > [listen]
Surfme’n’tal - Golly Gee

WARNING! This is not your father’s surf music. Estrume’n’tal from Brazil take surf instrumental music into entirely new realms of sound. Imagine what Johnny Ramone would sound like if he jammed with Dick Dale and you might get the idea. Alan Taylor of Pipeline Magazine wrote “If you need full-on head banging instrumental rock then look no further than Estrume’n’tal.”

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 7 ] [ CD 6 ] [ CD 5 ]

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