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  • Terrace Martin tears it up on 'Melrose' and elsewhere

     
    Last year, few producers could match the prolificacy of Terrace Martin. He released a collaborative EP with Frank Nitt, a full-length with Kurupt, and a Marvin Gaye-inspired record called, "Here, My Dear." And that was in addition to the dozens......
  • Kadir Nelson's cover art for new Michael Jackson album

     
    The new, posthumous Michael Jackson album -- titled "Michael" -- officially hits stores Tuesday, just in time for the holiday season. The buzz around the album has been steadily building for weeks. In particular, the cover art has been virtually......
  • Review: Bruce Springsteen's 'The Promise: The Darkness on the Edge of Town Story'

     
    The boxed set shows a young Bruce Springsteen reaching for greatness his own way. Let the broken hearts stand as the price you gotta pay — Bruce Springsteen, "Badlands" You'd better be some kind of genius to ask the world......
  • A Perfect Circle's new go-round

     
    Officially ending a six-year hiatus, the platinum-selling band has launched a tour that has brought it to the Avalon Hollywood. Maynard James Keenan is not about to explain everything for you. The brooding, melodic, hard rock he's recorded with A......
  • Zola Jesus: New resident of Los Angeles; owner of fearsome wildcat voice

     
    Zola Jesus, a.k.a. Nika Roza Danilova, has a voice like a savage animal. You can’t help but want it to get close to you, but to let it creep near might also guarantee that you get shredded from limb to......
  • Album reviews: Eric Clapton's 'Clapton' and Phil Collins' 'Going Back'

     
    What a difference six years make — the small but significant difference in years between when Eric Clapton was born in 1945, near the end of World War II, and the birth of Phil Collins in 1951, shortly before rock......
  • Cover story: Latina rappers make their voices heard

     
    Cover story: It is the collision of cultures that makes the music of Tijoux, Bomba Estéreo and Chocquibtown — all currently working on their next albums and planning to return to Los Angeles in the early months of 2011 — so intriguing. Ana...
  • The Ponderosa Stomp: A treasure trove of sound, and stories [Updated]

     
    "It's a small town story, and probably a typical American story," said Ian Dunlop, telling the writer Holly George-Warren how he came to play bass in the International Submarine Band with the late Gram Parsons in the mid-1960s. Dunlop was......
  • Don Cornelius and the 'Soul Train' still grooving 40 years later

     
    Approximately 35 years after their creative apogees, names like James Brown, Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye, Sly Stone, Barry White and Aretha Franklin exist as almost afterthoughts. Their legendary status is so secure as to be taken for granted. Their...
  • Stagecoach 2010: Room for lots of tastes

     
    At the desert gathering, pop-driven acts, traditional sounds and fringe performers all have a chance to please an expanded crowd. The old gag about people who brag about loving both kinds of music — country and western — gets a......
  • Harvey Fuqua dies at 80; singer, songwriter, producer and record executive

    Harvey Fuqua dies at 80; singer, songwriter, producer and record executive
    Harvey Fuqua, a musical multi-tasker whose career with the prominent 1950s vocal group the Moonglows was a prelude to his association with Marvin Gaye, the Spinners and other R&B stars in the 1960s and '70s, died of a heart attack Tuesday in a Detroit...