New music

Janet Jackson - Damita Jo

Virgin Records

Bearing more skin on the cover than she did at the Super Bowl, she gets a parental warning for the explicit content of several songs on this full 22-track collection.

Tracks: Looking For Love, Damita Jo, Sexhibition, Strawberry Bounce, My Baby (with Kanye West), The Islands, Spending Time With You, Magic Hour, Island Life, All Nite (Don't Stop), R&B Junkie, I Want You, Like You Don't Love Me, Thinkin' Bout My Ex, Warmth, Moist, It All Comes Down To Love, Truly, The One, SloLove, Country, Just A Little While

Aerosmith - Honkin' on Bobo


For their 14th studio album, the premier rockers take a decidedly bluesy turn, from the likes of Muddy Waters, with this driving collection that doesn't losing the scream.

Tracks: Road Runner, Shame, Shame, Shame, Eyesight To The Blind, Baby, Please Don't Go, Never Loved A Girl, Back Back Train, You Gotta Move, The Grind, I'm Ready, Temperature, Stop Messin' Around, Jesus Is On The Mainline

Tracy Lawrence - Strong

DreamWorks Nashville

The single Paint Me a Birmingham just hopped on the charts, and the country vet will be in concert in Phoenix March 27 to give a preview of this new batch of tunes.

Other tracks: It's All How You Look At It, Strong, Stones, Everywhere But Hollywood, A Far Cry From You, Bobby Darwin's Daughter, What The Flames Feel Like, Sawdust On Her Halo, When Daddy Was A Strong Man, Think Of Me, The Questionnaire

Bob Dylan - The Bootleg Series Vol. 6: Live 1964

Columbia Records

Recorded at Philharmonic Hall in New York, the concert captures a young and loose Dylan (with Joan Baez on four tracks) in one of the last of his all-acoustic performances of the decade.

Selections: The Times They Are A-Changin', Spanish Harlem Incident, Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues, Who Killed Davey Moore, Gates Of Eden, I Don't Believe You, Mr. Tambourine Man, A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall, Talkin' World War III Blues, The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll, Silver Dagger, All I Really Want To Do, more ...

Lil' Flip - You Gotta Feel Me

Columbia Records

Wesley Weston's third release is on two discs including explicit rap material and cops an attitude with the first single, Game Over.

Other selections: I Came to Bring The Pain, The Ghetto, Bounce, All I Know, Sun Don't Shine, Represent, Rags 2 Riches, Ain't No Party, Check (Let's Ride), Dem Boyz, Sunshine, Y'All Don't Want It, We Ain't Playin, U Neva Know, more ...


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