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January 11, 2007 January should be national couch potato month. Check out our guide to the premieres of 24 and American Idol (with a tip o' the mic to Whitney Houston's melisma), our exclusive preview of Little Mosque on the Prairie and reviews of a stomping dance movie and an idiocratic DVD.
August 3, 2005 Gospel great Marion Williams is not a household name, but she inspired many blues and rock singers. Little Richard's signature wail was all Williams. Her wide-ranging voice gave recording engineers fits, her long-time producer says.
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