The Fox&Feld 1994 review article, it seems to me, is very comprehensive and offers an excellent overview of all the issues that have been going on in music and language, including different disciplines and different approaches such as the cognitive modelling (although things got a little different after Ani Patel's boom of the neuroscience of music and language processing). Paja Faudree's new review (upcoming) for 1994-2011 is somewhat tuned toward a more specialized module of approach.
Although I am still the most intrigued by the cognitive side of m/l research, especially those with brain imaging, I still see the merits on different perspectives. I think one of the essential differences, as I articulated in the article Between Natural Sciences and Social Sciences/Humanities, is that while the cognitive methodology offers an objective and more accurate picture of the physical basis of the brain processing of m/l, it is also hard to debate the stance taken by the humanistic side: viewing music or language as an abstract and independent logic form, detached from its vibrant context of change, dynamics, and usage, and the vastly rich and diverse responses, thoughts, and feelings that people experience, kind of only tells one side of the story. Therefore we have the value of the complements by looking both ways.