Picks and Pans Review: Quick Cuts

UPDATED 06/07/2010 at 01:00 AM EDT Originally published 06/07/2010 at 01:00 AM EDT



No disrespect to J.Lo, but let's face it: Anthony is the real singer in the family. On this Spanish disc, he takes on some Latin music icons. Even when things get melodramatic, that voice kills.

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One of the first true rockers to go far on American Idol-he lost the 2005 finals to some girl named Carrie-Bice continues to kick it southern-style on his third album.

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My Soul

James brings plenty of old-school soul to everything she touches. After last year's covers album, Let's Do It Again, she turns her husky wail to some righteous originals.

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See You on the Moon

This singer-songwriter keeps things down-to-earth on Moon, another fine alt-country CD. Highlights include the R&B-infused "Mixtape."

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