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Metro Blue

Label: Artizen Music Group
Released: 2006
Track listing: Inside Out; Camella; Coastline; People Make the World Go Round; Say It

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Richard Elliott: Metro Blue

Read "Metro Blue" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins


Richard Elliott, 45, was born in Scotland and moved to Los Angeles with his family when he was a child. In his early career, he toured with Natalie Cole and the Pointer Sisters. He spent time with a fusion band, Kittyhawk, followed by recording sessions with Smokey Robinson, the Four Tops, and the Temptations. After spending ...

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Tribalistas

Label: Metro Blue
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Carnav

Album

Tribalistas

Label: Metro Blue
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Carnavalia (4:16) 2. Um a Um (2:41) 3. Velha Infancia (4:10) 4. Passe Em Casa (3:54) 5. O Amor E Feio (3:11) 6. � Voc� (2:51) 7. Carnalismo (2:36 ) 8. Mary Cristo (3:00) 9. Anjo da Guarda (2:47) 10. L� de Longe (2:17) 11. Pecado � Lhe Deixar de Molho (2:58) 12. J� Sei Namorar (3:16) 13. Tribalistas (3:23)

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The Best of Holly Cole

Label: Metro Blue
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Trust in Me 2. Calling You 3. God Will 4. Blame It on My Youth 5. I Can See Clearly Now 6. Don't Let the Teardrops Rust Your Shining Heart 7. Cry (If You Want To) 8. Jersey Girl 9. Train Song [Live] 10. I Want You 11. Make It Go Away 12. I've Just Seen a Face 13. Alison

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Fingertip Ship

Label: Metro Blue
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Hearts of Palm 2. Glidepath 3. Tony Bennett 4. Mother's Day 5. Thirteen Year Emergence Suite: Bluefield 6. Thirteen Year Emergence Suite: Get Funked 7. Thirteen Year Emergence Suite: Cicada 8. Thirteen Year Emergence Suite: The Filing Song 9. Thirteen Year Emergence Suite: Jaco Morocco 10. Thirteen Year Emergence Suite: Synthetic Blues 11. Thirteen Year Emergence Suite: Heart of the Beast 12. Thirteen Year Emergence Suite: Prometheus Meets the Digital Age 13. Thirteen Year Emergence Suite: Empitsu No Uta

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Arnaldo Antunes/Carlinhos Brown/Marisa Monte: Tribalistas

Read "Tribalistas" reviewed by AAJ Staff


To get the point of Tribalistas you have to see past the hype. Sure, the three musicians who put this music together are huge stars in Brazil--and the world, at least the places where global music is appreciated. Marisa Monte has few peers when it comes to vocal music; her collaborators have made huge names of ...

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Arnaldo Antunes/Carlinhos Brown/Marisa Monte: Tribalistas

Read "Tribalistas" reviewed by AAJ Staff


What happens when Brazil's reigning pop diva joins forces with cerebral rocker Arnaldo Antunes and ultra-hip percussionist Carlinhos Brown? That's a trick question, really, since they've gotten together before. The result was the superb Rose and Charcoal (Metro Blue, 1994), released under Monte's name, but featuring all of the Tribalistas trio in major roles. ...

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Richard Leo Johnson: Fingertip Ship

Read "Fingertip Ship" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Self-taught and self-tuned, guitarist/photographer Richard Leo Johnson takes listeners on a thirteen-part voyage on his Fingertip Ship. Though he pays tribute to Jazz legends Tony Bennett, Stephane Grappelli, Django Reinhardt and Jaco Pastorius and explores the feelings of Pink Floyd and The Who, Johnson’s technique, style and delivery are unlike any other performer. Often hitting the ...

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Holly Cole: The Best of Holly Cole

Read "The Best of Holly Cole" reviewed by AAJ Staff


From the spare supports of the soaring “Calling You" to the lush strings of an instantly recognizable “Blame it On My Youth," Canadian chanteuse Holly Cole’s arrangements and internalized delivery make nearly every selection sing on their own and linger sweetly in the musical mind. Re-grooving Lennon and McCartney’s “I’ve Just Seen a Face" and adding ...


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