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Sheryl Crow goes back home in this week's FOXLight music release roundup. 100 Miles From Memphis, to be exact, a soulful affair with guests Keith Richards and Justin Timberlake...

Jonas L.A. is the soundtrack to the second season of the Jonas Brothers' hit Disney Channel sitcom, and features 13 all-new summery tracks...

Keeping the screech level up high, it's Kidz Bop 18, featuring the Kidz Bop Kidz warbling through 21 recent hits by Katy Perry, Lady GaGa and Train...

Rick Ross grabs some high-caliber guest shots from Jay-Z and Kanye West on album number four, Teflon Don...

Tokio Hotel captured a Milan, Italy run through their latest and greatest as Humanoid City Live, a CD/DVD combo.

Also out this week...

Marc Cohn zeroes in on an important and formative year of his life on Listening Booth: 1970, which features his take on hit tracks from that year originally by Cat Stevens, Van Morrison, and Paul McCartney...

Two for fans of Contemporary Jazz: Brian Culbertson drops XII, his twelfth album with twelve new tracks...and Paul Hardcastle returns with the sixth chapter of his successful series Jazzmasters VI...

Back from the '90s: Rocksteady is the latest from jam-rockers Big Head Todd and the Monsters...and nouveau-swingers The Brian Setzer Orchestra return with Don't Mess With a Big Band: Live, recorded in Japan last year...

It's a summit meeting of Western Swing as Asleep At The Wheel team up with former Texas Playboy Leon Rausch for It's A Good Day...

Attention Fist Pumpers! MTV's purveyors of GTL, Jersey Shore, gets its' own soundtrack featuring dance heavyweights Paul Oakenfold, David Guetta and Pitbull...

On the Reissue Front...

Emerson, Lake & Palmer drop a progressive rock motherlode: 4 CDs of unreleased live recordings from 1970 through 1998 titled A Time And A Place...

Classic Pop vocalist Jo Stafford is remembered on The Best of Jo Stafford, featuring Dick Haymes, Tommy Dorsey and Buddy Rich...

And Do You Believe In Magic is a long out-of-print slice of 1981 funk by the band Wax, originally produced by jazz drummer extraordinaire Lenny White, and brought back from extinction by the excellent soul and disco reissue label funkytowngrooves!

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In New York...I'm Rob Maurer, FOX News Talk!