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Lee Williams & the Spiritual QC's [ mp3 ]album: Good Time: Live In Memphis (Live)
length: 73:21 min
Tracks of Good Time: Live In Memphis (Live):You Didn't Have To.mp3
Let's Get Down.mp3
I'm Gonna Make It.mp3
Jesus Is Waiting.mp3
Bless Me Jesus.mp3
You've Changed This Life Of Mine.mp3
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Lee Williams & the Spiritual QC's [ mp3 ]album: Right on Time
length: 63:28 min
Tracks of Right on Time:Right On Time.mp3
Nobody But U.mp3
Jesus Made A Way.mp3
Jesus Is All.mp3
Have Your Way.mp3
I've Found A Friend.mp3
Whatever You Want.mp3
God So Loved.mp3
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News from our arhive: No Doubt, Trina, Backstreet Boys, Mariah Carey, Pixies
The Backstreet Boys — who launched their comeback tour last week — have stressed that they never really broke up in the first place, just merely took a break. That point is also being made in the title for their forthcoming album, which they've just decided to call Never Gone, also the name of one of the songs on the LP, due in June.
Mariah Carey will shut down the streets of New York's Times Square on April 12 to celebrate the release of her new album, The Emancipation of Mimi. The singer will perform five songs for ABC's "Good Morning America," according to Reuters. Her set will include the singles "We Belong Together" and "It's Like That." No Doubt are giving up their guitars — for a good cause. The band is donating two signed guitars for charity auctions, the first of which takes place Wednesday (March 30) in Venice Beach, California, at a benefit for the Surfers Healing Foundation. Sugar Ray are slated to play the event. The second chance to win a No Doubt guitar comes courtesy of Rock the Cure for breast-cancer research. That auction will take place by invitation only on May 3 at the Los Angeles Hard Rock, but online bidding open to the general public starts April 24 at www.juliensauctions.com.
Master P and his brother Silkk the Shocker pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a felony charge of carrying loaded, unregistered weapons, The Associated Press reports. The two were arrested January 27 at UCLA after being stopped by campus police for not having a license plate on their car. Police said they found two guns in the vehicle. Both are currently free on bail. Russell Simmons, the Reverend Run, Nicole Wray, and Jim Jones and Juelz Santana of the Diplomats will visit Perth Amboy High School in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, on Tuesday for the official launch of the state's Be Powerful, Be Heard youth-voter initiative. The group will introduce a spoken-word contest about the importance of voting; the winner will be announced at the New Jersey Hip-Hop Summit in September. Trina announced on Wednesday that she is launching a perfume called the Diamond Princess this summer, which is also when her long-delayed Glamorous Life LP should drop as well.
Pixies leader Frank Black will release his first solo album in nearly a decade, Honeycomb, on July 19. The rootsy album was recorded in four days in April 2004, just days before Black hit the road with the Pixies for their reunion tour. Among the legendary session players on the disc are guitarists Steve Cropper (Booker T. and the M.G.s), Buddy Miller (Emmylou Harris) and Reggie Young (Elvis Presley), as well as drummer Anton Fig (Bob Dylan) and keyboardist Spooner Oldham (Aretha Franklin). Among the songs on the disc are "Atom in my Heart," "Another Velvet Nightmare" and "Find Your Saint," as well as a cover of the soul classic "Dark End of the Street." Meanwhile, the Pixies will return to the stage this summer, but only for a few weeks. The band is freeing up time for Kim Deal to make another Breeders album.
Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor recently sold the gothic New Orleans mansion he's lived in for the past decade. According to The Associated Press, Reznor unloaded the 4,900-square-foot, four-bedroom home for $1.8 million. Reznor moved to Los Angeles last year, leaving behind the home, which has an outdoor pool with sound system and what's been described as "gothic/Victorian decor" with a "medieval edge." Rick Rubin, the producer who revived Johnny Cash's career with the American Recordings series, is working with Neil Diamond on the singer's first album in five years. Rubin worked with Cash on a cover of Diamond's "Solitary Man."
Jermaine Dupri will be presented the Golden Note Award at the 22nd annual American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) Pop Music Awards on May 16 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. P. Diddy, Elton John and Stevie Wonder are among the past recipients of the award. Neil Young is also being honored at the gala. Irish singer and controversy magnet Sinead O'Connor is in the studio working on her next project — a reggae album. And she's even recording the new effort in the genre's home of Kingston, Jamaica, for added authenticity. According to an Associated Press report, O'Connor's album will be rife with covers of irie protest songs — Bob Marley's "War," Peter Tosh's "Downpressor Man" and Burning Spear's "Marcus Garvey," among others.
Usher is keeping it on, er, in wax. Visitors to New York's Madame Tussaud's have already been able to audition for a virtually snarky Simon Cowell and hear Beyonce's wax figure encouraging them to shake their jelly as her backup dancer. Now Usher fans will be singing "Yeah!" at an interactive exhibit focused on the abs-master, whose likeness — dressed in an immaculate white shirt, jacket, baseball cap and signature "U" chain — invites guests into the exhibit, which looks like a music studio. As visitors pass through the multi-colored light beams, the sound system reacts by triggering different clips from the singer's songs.