Tom Waits, Arto Lindsay, Bryan Ferry

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The Tuku music of Oliver Mtukudzi; Classical guitarist John Williams; A Spanish classic from David Russell; The stunning and brash Arto Lindsay; One of two new CDs from Tom Waits; A great unknown from Dallas: Deadman; and Rock and roll crooner Bryan Ferry.

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Tom Waits, Arto Lindsay, Bryan Ferry

Reflections of Spain

Recuerdos de la Alhambra

  • Artist: David Russell
  • Song: Recuerdos de la Alhambra
  • From: Reflections of Spain: Spanish Favorites for Guitar

Born in Scotland, David Russell offers a fresh interpretation of one of the most widely-recorded classical guitar pieces from Spain, "Recuerdos de la Alhambra."

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Invoke

You Decide

  • Artist: Arto Lindsay
  • Song: You Decide
  • From: Invoke

Once the guitarist for the '70s new wave group, DNA, Arto Lindsay fuses the rhythms and melodies of several cultures to form a stunning and brash sound. This CD will be released on June 25th of 2002.

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Blood Money

All the World Is Green

  • Artist: Tom Waits
  • Song: All the World Is Green
  • From: Blood Money

With a career spanning nearly 40 years, Tom Waits straddles the line between the beautiful and grotesque with a rumbling, raspy voice singing tales of loners, losers, hobos and outlaws.

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