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‘Road to Escondido’ continues to climb

Daily Staff ReportVail CO, Colorado
**FILE**Singer Barry Manilow, promoting one of his latest albums, is photographed at the Mandarin Hotel in New York on Jan. 25, 2005. Manilow is one of a number of veteran singers who are increasingly turning to cover albums or other gimmicks in order to find chart success in their graying years. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)

1. “Road to Escondido,” by J.J. Cale and Eric Clapton 2. “U2 18,” by U23. “Kingdom Come,” by Jay-Z 4. “Time is Money,” by Styles P5. “The Information,” by Beck6. “Rhythms Del Mundo/Cuba,” by Various Artist 7. “Under the Desert Sky,” by Andrea Bocelli8. “The Sweet Escape,” by Gwen Stefani 9. “Take the Weather With You,” by Jimmy Buffett10. “Siempre,” by Il Divo

1. “The Blue Carpet Treatment,” by Snoop Dogg 2. “True Magic,” by Mos Def3. “The Servadudes,” by The Servadudes4. “U2,” by U2 5. “The Re-Up,” by Eminem 6. “Light Grenades,” by Incubus 7. “My Bandanna,” by Duncan8. “How to Save a Life,” by The Fray9. “Love,” by The Beatles 10. “Out Loder,” by Medeski, Scofield, Martin and Wood

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