Jesse McCartney, Right Where You Want Me Teen dream McCartney serves up more tasty guitar pop like the title track, but nothing here matches the sugary high of his 2005 hit “Beautiful Soul.”
Boney James, Shine This contemporary-jazz saxman lets loose with sultry tones, body-bopping hooks and guests Faith Evans and George Benson.
Jerry Lee Lewis, Last Man Standing Goodness gracious: Lewis, at 71, still displays great amounts of fire on these spirited duets with giants of blues (B.B. King), rock (Bruce Springsteen) and country (Willie Nelson).
Marcus Goldhaber, The Moment After Newcomer Goldhaber puts a heartfelt, sometimes heartbreaking spin on such standards as “Like Someone in Love” and “Honeysuckle Rose,” finding the soul in each note with his no-frills approach.