2008 Grammy Nominees CD

2008 Grammy Nominees CD

If you don't feel like buying up all of this year's Grammy nominees' music, opt for this compilation CD that covers the best of the best. Track listings: 1. Justin Timberlake - What Goes Around...Comes Around (Interlude) 2. Amy Winehouse - Rehab 3. Beyoncé - Irreplaceable 4. Foo Fighters - The Pretender 5. Maroon 5 - Makes Me Wonder 6. Feist - 1234 7. Bon Jovi - (You Want To) Make A Memory 8. Paul Mccartney - Dance Tonight 9. Christina Aguilera - Candyman 10. Nelly Furtado - Say It Right 11. Kanye West Featuring T-Pain - Good Life 12. Herbie Hancock - River Featuring Corinne Bailey Rae 13. Vince Gill (Guest Vocalist: Sheryl Crow) - What You Give Away 14. Carrie Underwood - Before He Cheats 15. Plain White T's - Hey There Delilah 16. Corinne Bailey Rae - Like A Star 17. Green Day - Working Class Hero 18. Daughtry - It's Not Over

  • Begin or perfect your daily mantra meditation technique with this audio program from bestselling singer Deva Premal. For this recording, Deva chose mantras that are relatively short to make it easier for you to become familiar wit... Begin or perfect your daily mantra meditation technique with this audio program from bestselling singer Deva Premal. For this recording, Deva chose mantras that are relatively short to make it easier for you to become familiar with the sounds. Each track is 7-9 minutes in length -- short enough for you to sustain a daily practice and long enough to feel the power of the mantra.For nearly two decades, audiences worldwide have flocked to Deva Premal's performances. Now, with Mantras for Precarious Times, listeners can make these powerful mantras a regular part of their daily meditation. Taken From Amazon.com

  • A quick glance at the fifth Epic album by Chicago-based rock trio Chevelle may give their legions of longtime fans pause. Sci-Fi Crimes song titles like “Roswell” and “Highlands Apparition” have the same guys who delivered 2004’s ... A quick glance at the fifth Epic album by Chicago-based rock trio Chevelle may give their legions of longtime fans pause. Sci-Fi Crimes song titles like “Roswell” and “Highlands Apparition” have the same guys who delivered 2004’s dynamically crunchy This Type of Thinking (Could Do Us In) and the melodic heaviosity of 2007’s Vena Sera gone conspiracy-theory flaky, wearing tinfoil hats and praying to Mr. Spock. Taken from Amazon.com

  • Hard work, determination and success go hand and hand—and no one understands that better than STORY OF THE YEAR. In that spirit it should come as no surprise that these post-hardcore sensations decided to title their fourth full-l... Hard work, determination and success go hand and hand—and no one understands that better than STORY OF THE YEAR. In that spirit it should come as no surprise that these post-hardcore sensations decided to title their fourth full-length The Constant. However that doesn’t mean that the band’s latest disc isn’t a logical progression for St. Louis’ favorite breakout act. Taken from Amazon.com

  • In November of 1970 James Taylor and Carole King first performed together at the Troubadour on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, California. Taylor had just released his debut album for the Beatles' newly formed Apple Reco... In November of 1970 James Taylor and Carole King first performed together at the Troubadour on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, California. Taylor had just released his debut album for the Beatles' newly formed Apple Records and King was finding her way as a first time solo performer even though by then she was a famous songwriter with a string of hits for other artists. When they returned to the club for a two-week co-headlining run in 1971 their lives were somewhat different. That summer Taylor's "Fire and Rain" was topping the charts and King's landmark Tapestry was on its way to making her a music superstar. Thirty-six years later, in November 2007, James Taylor, Carole King and members of their renowned original band "The Section" (featuring guitarist Danny Kortchmar, bassist Leland Sklar and drummer Russell Kunkel) returned to the Troubadour for a three-night, six-show run to celebrate the venue's 50th anniversary. Those historic shows are documented in Live at the Troubadour, a special 2-disc CD/DVD. This remarkable recording, culled from these unforgettable shows, features 15 songs and 75 minutes of pristine video and audio including stunning performances of the pair's most beloved hits such as Carole King's "So Far Away," "It's Too Late," and "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?" as well as James Taylor's "Carolina in My Mind," "Sweet Baby James," and "Fire and Rain," to name just a few. Taken from Amazon.com

  • Time is testament to the mark of greatness, and for this era that mark belongs to Usher Raymond IV, the consummate entertainer who transcends the boundaries of popular culture, redefining the nature of superstardom. Usher's consid... Time is testament to the mark of greatness, and for this era that mark belongs to Usher Raymond IV, the consummate entertainer who transcends the boundaries of popular culture, redefining the nature of superstardom. Usher's considerable achievements begin with over 45 million records sold world wide and a stable of five Grammy awards. Taken from Amazon.com

  • Love me some Foo Fighters. Their latest album is another great one.