New releases

Published on April 9th, 2017 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Releases: Aug. 18, 2017

New Releases (CDs / vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
The Jerry Douglas Band “What If” (Hear here; On Tour) (Rounder)
Rick Estrin & The Nightcats “Groovin’ in Greaseland” (producers: Estrin, guitarist Chris “Kid” Andersen; Hear here; On Tour) (Alligator)
Grizzly Bear “Painted Ruins” (producer: band member Chris Taylor; new single: “Mourning Sound”; Hear here; On Tour) (RCA)
Ray Wylie Hubbard “Tell the Devil I’m Getting There As Fast As I Can” (Hear here; eBay; On Tour) (Bordello)
Loretta Lynn “Wouldn’t It Be Great” (recorded at the Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, Tenn.; producers: Patsy Lynn Russell, John Carter Cash; Read here; Download; On Tour) (Legacy Recordings)
Shelby Lynne & Allison Moorer “Not Dark Yet” (the sisters’ first album together includes covers of Merle Haggard, Jessi Colter, Townes Van Zandt, Bob Dylan, The Killers, Nirvana, etc., plus an original song, “Is It Too Much”; producer: Teddy Thompson; Read here) (Silver Cross / Thirty Tigers)
UNKLE “The Road Pt. 1” (Hear here; Deluxe Edition; Download) (Cooking Vinyl)
Steven Wilson “To the Bone” (guests: Ninet Tayeb, Sophie Hunger; first single: “Pariah”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; iTunes) (SW / Caroline)

Reissues (CDs / vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
Joshua Bell “Joshua Bell – The Classical Collection” (14-CD box set; On Tour) (Sony Classical)
Judy Garland “Classic Duets” (four-CD, 109-track set, featuring Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Mickey Rooney, Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire, Al Jolson, etc.; eBay; Merch) (JSP / MVD)
Raspberries “Pop Art Live” (two-CD set captures the full 28-song set from the original lineup, recorded on Nov. 26, 2004, at the House of Blues in their hometown of Cleveland; See here; Read here; eBay) (Omnivore Recordings)
Artie Shaw “These Foolish Things: The Decca Years” (two CDs, 47 songs) (Sepia)

Next Week: Aug. 25, 2017

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