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By Chris Willman
New album establishes Spalding as that rarest of things, a jazz singer capable of crossing over with self-penned tunes
T Bone Burnett's quietly wily companion album for the movie eschews pulse-pounding tension for acoustic angst
The bitter edge of Glen Hansard's voice is missing in otherwise lovely Broadway cast covers of tunes from the indie film hit "Once"
If you love both Stephen Sondheim and Soft Cell, you're the target audience for Stephen Merrit's latest marriage of '80s-style synth-pop and arch, theatrical wit-eracy
As a pro-gay-rights lawyer, Martin Sheen was the effortlessly passionate standout in a streamed reading of "8" that also featured Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Kevin Bacon, John C. Reilly, and Jane Lynch
Davy Jones' death leaves the 16 Magazine generation crying at the loss of a teen idol that never chafed at the restraints placed upon him
Two discs of previously unreleased demos show how Roger Waters' opus of alienation became rock's own "Catcher in the Rye"
Review: It's hard to complain about Lovett's spate of mostly-covers albums when he resurrects such juicy blues, country, and Texas-music obscurities
Fresh from the Grammys, Bon Iver and the Civil Wars are among the drop-ins deferring to the Chieftains' traditional style on a 50th anniversary album
A spoonful of sugary pop, along with a new penchant for heavy metal, make the morbidity go down on Sleigh Bells' mortality-themed new album "Reign of Terror"
It's not just the provocation that's a return to form for O'Connor on 'How About I Be Me (And You Be You)'
The veteran sound designer already has seven Oscars, and could pick up a couple more for his second trip to the battlefield with Steven Spielberg
Ex-Nickel Creek mandolinist Chris Thile continues to lead acoustic string-band music into the 21st century with his witty songwriting and eight-string shredding
Who needs action and special effects to get an Oscar nod for sound mixing? Not 'Moneyball,' which impressed the Academy with its blasts of silence as well as cracking bats
With Diamond Dave back in comedic-showman tow, 'A Different Kind of Truth' is good enough to make you forget Sammy Hagar and Gary Cherone ever happened
Key collaborator Diana Krall helps keep Paul McCartney's album of pre-rock standards sweet ... and, unlike Rod Stewart's, subtle
VIDEOS: Madonna hires her own celebrity cheerleaders in a ridiculous but infectious new video for "Give Me All Your Luvin'"
77-year-old poet laureate Leonard Cohen merits hosannas for his warmest and best album in 20 years
Lana Del Rey's coolly jaded album is neither as good as the "Video Games" single or as terrible as the controversial newcomer's "SNL" appearance
Evan Rachel Wood and Ke$ha are among the improbable interpreters who score in a 76-song Dylan tribute
The uneven album, once the center of legal battle between the singer and his label Curb Records, hints at greatness and settles for affability
Craig Finn's first album under his own name strips away the raucousness to reveal the haunted quality that's always been there
If you loved "Born in the USA" -- for the right or wrong reasons -- you'll hear anguished echoes in Bruce's new single, from his new album due March 6
Album sales are up only about 1%, but that's still great news after a decade-plus of decline
The Polish filmmaker, whose film is heavily touted for a foreign language Oscar nomination, didn't curse the darkness when she chose to make a movie that takes place 80 percent underground
Director Mike Mills tells a Wrap-sponsored screening how he got Plummer and Ewan McGregor ready for their roles as a father who comes out at 75 and his straight son
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts