While driving through the New Mexico Desert during a rainy night, the college students Jim Halsey and his girlfriend Grace Andrews give a ride to the hitchhiker John Ryder.
In the 1980s, the Washington, DC bandleader Chuck Brown pioneered the percussive, hypnotically swinging dance genre known as go-go, conducting marathon all-night dance sessions with a band whose energy and sheer musical power was legendary. Brown's 2007 We're About the Business finds the master more relaxed but no less funky, with insistent jams such as "Love Nationwide" and the vintage-sounding "We Come to Party" proving he still has a lien on the dancefloor.
Guitarist and singer-songwriter Adelmo Fornaciari, better known by the moniker Zucchero, built a following in his native Italy with his unique brand of adult contemporary pop–a following that expanded internationally as his career progressed. Zucchero's sound blends radio-ready melodies with equal doses of rock, blues, and a light, often mellow feel on his ballads and love songs. ALL THE BEST is a re-release of the artist's 1996 hits collection. Geared specifically to American audiences, this release of ALL THE BEST includes some of Zucchero's best-loved tunes (such as "Senza Una Donna" and "Wonderful Life"), and wonderful guest performances from the likes of Paul Young, Miles Davis, and Luciano Pavarotti.
Astropilot has made an impressive presentation with his tracks 'Son of The Sky' and 'Yasmin' ('The Riddle Of Santa Catherina' / Avatar). His original style has gained him a reputation as one of the promising contemporary musician to come out of Russia. Dmitry Red'ko is Siberia based, something that has contributed in generating his original recognizable style. This is just another reason why his musical direction is different and undistracted by the European scene. Trying to compare his style with other acts will not be an easy task. It has been a long wait for his debut studio album, and the wait turned out to be fruitful. 'Fruits Of The Imagination' is far out. There are no big guns here, and there is no undercurrent. His message is clear and easy to digest…