MUSIC: RESERVOIRS OF EMOTION

GROOVE THEORY IS MORE THAN JUST A ONE-SINGLE WONDER

IT HAS HAPPENED TO everybody. You hear a great single on the radio, so you buy the album. But, to your disappointment, the catchy single turns out to be the only listenable tune on it; the rest of your newly purchased $14.99 CD sounds like outtakes from The Bee Gees Anthology.

That won't happen with Groove Theory. The New York City-based alternative R.-and-B. duo, composed of producer-instrumentalist Bryce Wilson and singer-lyricist Amel Larrieux, have a hit (their sweetly insinuative single Tell Me has sold more than half a million copies), and, happily, the rest of their debut CD, titled simply Groove...

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