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Product: Audio CD
Title: Measure of a Man
Label: Rca
Artist: Clay Aiken
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Enough Is Enough


I can see Clay Aiken as the next NEW "KING OF POP". He is unquestionably the most talented new artist of this decade. He will go a long way, I predict, appealing to all age groups. His clean-cut image and refreshing style makes him a winner!



Product: Audio CD
Title: Wide Receiver
Label: Capitol
Artist: Michael Henderson
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
all around artist...


This cd displays the all-around talent of Michael Henderson. His vocal range is on display here. Get it...



Product: Audio CD
Title: Bad
Label: Sony
Artist: Michael Jackson
Rating: 4/5
Customer rating - 4 out of 5
Bad is Good


Michael Jackson maybe one of the weirdest stars in music, he wears makeup, he has ruined his looks by countless botched up plastic surgery jobs and somehow, he has even managed to change his skin colour. But, all that aside, he has made some of the most memorable pop and dance music ever, and this album just goes to prove that you cannot judge music by the 'cover'. Greatly overshadowed by various scandals and tabloid stories, Michael's music became secondary and some people even refused to buy his records because of that. And that's too bad, because what you have on this album are well produced, well performed dance/pop songs, one a duet with Stevie Wonder. 16 page booklet includes lyrics and photos.



Product: Audio CD
Title: The Red Violin: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Label: Sony
Artist: Esa-Pekka Salonen
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Best Score of 1999


As soon as I left the theater after seeing "The Red Violin," I immediately bought the magnificent score. I have found that the most amazing thing about this score, aside from the fact that it is truly and simply amazing, is that one does not have to see the film nor know what the plot is about in order to enjoy Corigliano's moving composition; however, I am glad I did see the film first. He poetically captures the mood of The Red Violin's travels across five time-periods and regions, and it is a wonderous trip that I enjoy more and more every time I listen to the soundtrack. It is absolutely the PERFECT studying/reading/relaxing/resting music that I own or have ever heard. Hopefully, if the Academy is reasonably competent, Corigliano will walk away the winner of the Academy Award for Best Original Score--I don't know of a more appropriate award that could be bestowed upon this exquisite work. But even if he leaves the Oscars as merely a nomminee, treat yourself to "The Red Violin." Trust me, it is the one piece of music that you will keep forever. Five stars and more!