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A trio of ladies still kicking after 10 years on the scene lead this week's FOXLight music release roundup...

Joss Stone tries for a more modern soul sound on LP1 with former Eurythmic Dave Stewart manning the board...

Kelly Rowland attempts once again to step out from the shadow of her former bandmate Beyonce on Here I Am, with guests Rihanna, Pitbull and Li'l Wayne...

And Vanessa Carlton borrowed Peter Gabriel's studio to record her latest, Rabbits on the Run...

Eric Church has a lofty ambition for his third album: to "move the needle" of country music.  And his attempt is called Chief...

'70s soft rockers America cover Bob Dylan, The Beach Boys and Fountains of Wayne on Back Pages...

Fans of the FX hit Justified are familiar with the music of Cumberland River, who's latest is The Life We Live...

The BoDeans celebrate 25 years rocking together on Indigo Dreams...

Guitar ace Jimmie Vaughan goes back to the well for a second album covering the music he and li'l brother Stevie Ray grew up idolizing, Jimmie Vaughan Plays More Blues, Ballads & Favorites...

Brandy and her brother Ray J. follow their hit reality series with the similarly titled Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business, also featuring their parents Sonja and Willie Norwood...

And Love Has No Recession is the timely title of the latest from R&B duo Kindred The Family Soul.

On the Reissue Front...

The Paul McCartney reissue campaign rolls on with an obscurity: the soundtrack to a 1966 film The Family Way, featuring music composed by McCartney and performed by the George Martin Orchestra...

And two new and two reissued Greatest Hits collections...

'90s pop stars Roxette freshly compile their Greatest Hits...as does '80s country goddess Juice Newton on The Ultimate Hits Collection...

And Aretha Franklin's double-disc anthology from the dawn of the CD era 30 Greatest Hits returns...as 1982's The Best of Paul Davis, which more than doubles in length to 22 tracks and now includes post 1982 hits like "Cool Night" and "'65 Love Affair".

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