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Published on October 27th, 2016 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Releases: Oct. 28, 2016

New Releases (CDs / vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
About A Mile (Christian rock trio) “Trust You All the Way” (producer: Ian Eskelin; new single: “Trust You All the Way”; Hear here; MP3) (Radiate Music)
The Answer (Northern Irish rockers) “Solas” (producers: Andy Bradfield, Avril Mackintosh; first single: “Beautiful World”; Hear here) (Napalm)
Avenged Sevenfold “The Stage” (new drummer: Brooks Wackerman; See here; MP3) (Capitol)
Kurt Baker Combo “In Orbit” (first single: “Baby’s Gone Bad”; Hear here; MP3) (Wicked Cool / The Orchard)
Lou Barlow “Apocalypse Fetish” (five-song EP; Hear here) (Joyful Noise Recordings)
Brandt Brauer Frick (Berlin dance trio) “Joy” (first single: “You Can Buy My Love”; See here; MP3) (Because Music)
Jimmy Buffett “‘Tis the SeaSon” (his first holiday album in 20 years; MP3) (Mailboat)
Cerrone “Red Lips” (guests: Nile Rodgers, Aloe Blacc, Kiesza, Yasmin, Brendan Reilly, Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip; See here; MP3) (Because Music)
Kenny Chesney “Cosmic Hallelujah” (producers: Chesney, Buddy Cannon; guest: P!nk; first single: “Noise”; Hear here; Read here) (Blue Chair / Columbia Nashville)
Crowbar “The Serpent Only Lies” (the New Orleans sludge masters’ 11th album; Hear here) (eOne Music)
CRX (new band fronted by The Strokes lead guitarist Nick Valensi) “New Skin” (producer: Josh Homme; first single: “Ways to Fake It”; Hear here; MP3) (Columbia)
Lori Cullen “Sexsmith Swinghammer Songs” (collaborating with Kurt Swinghammer and Ron Sexsmith; Hear here; MP3) (True North)
Datura4 (Western Australian rock quartet) “Hairy Mountain” (first single: “Fools Gold Rush”; See here; MP3) (Alive Naturalsound)
Neil Diamond “Acoustic Christmas” (producers: Jacknife Lee, Don Was; Vinyl; Barnes & Noble-exclusive Translucent Red Vinyl; Target Exclusive, with two extra tracks) (Capitol)
Nina Diaz (lead singer of Girl In A Coma) “The Beat Is Dead” (second single: “Trick Candle”; See here; NPR First Listen; MP3) (Cosmica)
Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein “Stranger Things (A Netflix Original Series) – Volume Two” (Lakeshore)
Dope “Blood Money Part 1” (Hear here; MP3) (eOne Music)
Lara Downes (San Francisco-born pianist) “America Again” (Hear here; NPR First Listen; MP3) (Sono Luminus)
Brett Eldredge “Glow” (11-song Christmas album; producers: Rob Mounsey, Jay Newland; guest: Meghan Trainor; Hear here; Target Exclusive, with three extra tracks) (Atlantic Nashville)
Kurt Elling “The Beautiful Day: Kurt Elling Sings Christmas” (the Grammy-winning jazz singer’s first holiday album; Hear here) (OKeh / Sony Masterworks)
Tommy Emmanuel “Christmas Memories” (Hear here; MP3) (CGP Sounds)
Empire of the Sun “Two Vines” (producers: Empire of the Sun, Peter Mayes; guests: Lindsey Buckingham, Wendy Melvoin, and Bowie pianist Henry Hey and bassist Tim Lefebvre; first single: “High and Low”; Hear here; Read here; Amazon-exclusive Green Vinyl; MP3; MP3 Deluxe Edition; Target Exclusive, with four extra tracks) (Astralwerks)
Alejandro Escovedo “Burn Something Beautiful” (producers: Peter Buck, Scott McCaughey; first single: “Heartbeat Smile”; Hear here; Vinyl; MP3) (Fantasy)
Jackie Evancho “Someday at Christmas” (Hear here) (Sony Masterworks)
Wayne Hancock “Slingin’ Rhythm” (Hear here; MP3) (Bloodshot)
Happy Place (NYC noise rock band) “Northfield” (See here) (Exit Stencil)
Helmet “Dead to the World” (the band’s first album in six years; producer: frontman Page Hamilton; Hear here) (earMUSIC)
Honeyblood (Glasgow band) “Babes Never Die” (producer: James Dring; new single: “Sea Hearts”; Hear here; MP3) (FatCat)
Honus Honus (Man Man frontman) “Use Your Delusion” (Hear here) (Honus Honus)
Hoots and Hellmouth (Philly rock quartet) “In the Trees” (first single: “Diction”; Hear here) (Hoots and Hellmouth)
Jeezy “Trap or Die 3” (guests: Lil Wayne, French Montana, Yo Gotti, Bankroll Fresh, Plies, Chris Brown; Hear here; MP3) (Def Jam)
Jessy J “California Christmas” (guests: Jeff Lorber, Paul Brown, Maurice Smith, Jay Rowe, Michael Thompson; Hear here; MP3) (Changi)
Kidz Bop Kids “Kidz Bop Christmas” (Kidz Bop)
Madness “Can’t Touch Us Now” (first single: “Mr. Apples”; Hear here; See here; MP3) (Polydor)
Mannequin Pussy (Philly punk-pop band) “Romantic” (Hear here; NPR First Listen; MP3) (Tiny Engines)
Matt Bianco & New Cool Collective “The Things You Love” (Hear here; MP3) (earMUSIC)
Michael Mayer (German techno DJ and co-founder of Kompakt Records) “&” (guests: Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard, Friendly Fires’ Ed Macfarlane, Roman Flügel, Prins Thomas, etc.; Hear here; NPR First Listen; MP3) (!K7)
Bear McCreary “Outlander: The Series – Original Television Soundtrack: Season 2” (Hear here; MP3) (Madison Gate)
Memphis May Fire “This Light I Hold” (guests: Jacoby Shaddix, Larry Soliman; first single: “Carry On”; Hear here; MP3) (Rise)
Kacey Musgraves “A Very Kacey Christmas” (producers: Musgraves, Misa Arriaga, Kyle Ryan; guests: Willie Nelson, Leon Bridges, The Quebe Sisters; Read here) (Mercury Nashville)
Muuy Biien (Athens, Ga., quintet) “Age of Uncertainty” (producer: David Barbe; first single: “Another Chore”; Hear here; MP3) (Autumn Tone)
Nada Surf “Peaceful Ghosts (Live with the Babelsberg Film Orchestra)” (shows with the FM4 Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Babelsberg Film Orchestra; Hear here) (Barsuk)
Jennifer Nettles “To Celebrate Christmas” (featuring Christmas standards, plus “Circle of Love,” written by Dolly Parton; guests: Idina Menzel, Andra Day; Hear here) (Big Machine)
Daniel O’Donnell “I Have a Dream: Classic Songs From the Seventies” (See here; Read here) (U.K. – DMG TV)
The Olympians “The Olympians” (NYC band includes members of The Dap-Kings, Lee Fields & the Expressions, Menahan Street Band, Budos Band, etc.; Hear here) (Daptone)
The Piano Guys “Uncharted” (Hear here; Target Exclusive, with two extra tracks) (Portrait)
The Pop Group (seminal punk/funk band) “Honeymoon on Mars” (producers: Dennis Bovell, Hank Shocklee; first single: “Zipperface”; Hear here; Deluxe Edition) (Freaks R Us)
Rebelution “Live at Red Rocks” (recorded in June 2015; See here; MP3) (Easy Star)
LeAnn Rimes “Remnants” (new single: “How to Kiss a Boy”; Hear here; MP3) (RCA)
Jenni Rivera “Paloma Negra Desde Monterrey” (volume 3 of her last performance recorded live from Monterrey, Mexico, on Dec. 8, 2012, a day before the Latin legend was killed in a plane crash; MP3) (Fonovisa)
Jack Savoretti (Italian-English singer-songwriter) “Sleep No More” (producers: Mark Ralph, Sam Dixon, Matty Benbrook, Cam Blackwood, Steve Robson; first single: “When We Were Lovers”; See here; MP3) (BMG Rights Management)
She & Him “Christmas Party” (Hear here; Amazon-exclusive Deluxe Edition) (Columbia)
Slothrust “Everyone Else” (first single: “Horseshoe Crab”; Hear here; MP3) (Dangerbird)
Jordan Smith (season 9 winner of NBC’s “The Voice”) “Tis the Season” (producer: David Foster; guests: The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Maria Aleida; Hear here) (Republic)
Dee Snider “We Are the Ones” (producer: Damon Ranger; Hear here; MP3) (Red River / BFD / RED)
Snowapple (Amsterdam folk-pop trio) “Tracks” (Hear here) (Zip)
Straight No Chaser “I’ll Have Another … Christmas Album” (first single: “Feels Like Christmas,” feat. Jana Kramer; Hear here; MP3; Target Exclusive, with two extra tracks) (Atlantic)
Aaron Lee Tasjan “Silver Tears” (first single: “Little Movies”; Hear here; NPR First Listen; MP3) (New West)
Testament “The Brotherhood of the Snake” (producer: Andy Sneap; Hear here; Read here) (Nuclear Blast)
David Teie “Music for Cats” (Hear here; Read here) (Universal)
Tove Lo “Lady Wood” (first single: “Cool Girl”; Hear here; MP3) (Island)
Tower (NYC rock quintet) “Tower” (first single: “Party [Ready to Roll]”; Hear here; MP3) (The End)
TOY “Clear Shot” (guests: Voigt & Voigt, Miss Kittin, Hauschka, Burger, Roman Flügel, Gui Boratto, Ed Macfarlane, Kölsch, Joe Goddard, Agoria, etc.; Hear here; NPR First Listen; MP3) (PIAS America)
Various artists “Broad City (Original Series Soundtrack)” (Hear here; MP3; Urban Outfitters-exclusive Vinyl) (Milan / Comedy Central)
Various artists “Narcos: More Music From The Netflix Original Series / Volume 1,” “Narcos: More Music From The Netflix Original Series / Volume 2” (Lakeshore)
Peter White “Groovin'” (Hear here) (Heads Up)
Whores. (Atlanta power trio) “Gold.” (producer: Ryan Boesch; first single: “Playing Poor”; Hear here) (eOne Music)
Daniel Woolhouse “What’s That Sound?” (producer: Woolhouse; first single: “What’s That Sound?”; Hear here; MP3) (PIAS America)

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New Releases (MP3s)

Artist: Title: Label:
Blop! (electropop band from Argentina) “ADN” (producer: Blop!; first single: “Jugando”; Hear here) (Exzéntrica, Oct. 30)
Carla dal Forno (Berlin-based artist) “You Know What It’s Like” (first single: “Fast Moving Cars”; Hear here; See here) (Blackest Ever Black)
Luke De-Sciscio “Gossamer Rose” (producer: Robin Tidy; Hear here) (Source Mountain, Nov. 2)
Equador “Bones of Man” (See here) (Pegdoll)
Girl Tears (L.A. punk trio) “Woke Against the Tide” (Hear here) (Sinderlyn)
Goodnight Tonight (Kent, Ohio, alt-rock quartet) “Parasites” (five-song EP; Hear here) (Goodnight Tonight, Oct. 30)
Raggs Gustaffe (Seattle hip-hop artist) “I Want a Love I Can Feel” (Hear here) (100 Proof Inc., Oct. 30)
Levy & The Oaks (Asbury Park-based indie-rock band) “Levy & The Oaks” (first single: “Slowly in the Water”; Hear here) (Levy & The Oaks)
Givan Lötz “MAW” (producer: Lötz; mastering engineer: Jacob van der Westuizen; first single: “Watchtower”; Hear here) (Other Electricities)

” ‘MAW’ is written to describe a speculative visionary present or future where the myth of progress has failed and knowledge has been lost in a radical process of re-wilding both the landscape and humankind,” Lötz tells P&P. “Rather than each song following a traditional narrative arc or story, each is simply a detailed vignette of an aspect of this culture. It’s like a catalogue of a culture but most of the pages are missing — so we’re left with only a few fragments from which to imagine a story.”

The Loving Mary Band (country-rock group includes Rebecca Lynn Howard and Marti Frederiksen) “Little Bit of Love” (first single: “Little Bit of Love”; Hear here) (Round Hill Music)
Tkay Maidza (Australia-via-Zimbabwe rapper) “Tkay” (guest: Killer Mike; first single: “Carry On”; See here) (Downtown / Interscope)
Marty Manous “Know My Name” (producer: Sketch Ellis; first single: “Know My Name”; Hear here) (Lucky Street Music, Oct. 27)
Max (formerly of Chester French) “Van Dyke Brown” (Hear/read here) (Max Drummey, Oct. 31)
Miniature Tigers “I Dreamt I Was a Cowboy” (new single: “Nobody Else”; Hear here) (Yebo Music)
Kip Moore “Underground” (five-song EP; Hear here) (MCA Nashville)
rabbitfoot capers (Bristol, U.K.-based band) “bell hooks and bottle caps” (producer: James Caldwell; Hear here) (Roebuck, Oct. 31)
Jasmine Rodgers (daughter of Bad Company singer Paul Rodgers) “Blood Red Sun” (producers: Sean Genockey, Dan Carey; Hear here) (Jasmine Rodgers)
Sir Rosevelt (dance-pop side project for Zac Brown) “Sir Rosevelt” (first single: “Sunday Finest”; Hear here; Read here) (Pimpinist, LLC)
Cole Swindell “Down Home Sessions III” (five-song EP; See here) (Warner)
Telamor (Boston rock veteran Tom Hauck) “Good Bad Love” (producers: Hauck, Warren Babson; guest: Tony Goddess; first single: “Count the Days”; Hear here) (Olex Music, Nov. 1)
Trent Tomlinson “That’s What’s Working Right Now” (Hear here) (Mucho Love Music)
Maria Usbeck “Amparo – Remix EP” (remixers include Project Pablo, Jensen Sportag, Tempelhof and Kaazi; Hear here) (Cascine)
Steve Wariner “All Over the Map” (his 20th album; producer: Wariner; guests: Duane Eddy, Eric Johnson, Tommy Emmanuel, Ricky Skaggs, John Knowles, Ryan Wariner, Jack Pearson; Hear here) (SelecTone)
Nikki Yanofsky “Solid Gold EP” (six songs; producer: Wyclef Jean; Hear here) (A440 Entertainment)
The Youngest (Chicago rock quartet) “See It Through” (producer: Brian Deck; guest: Wilco’s Pat Sansone; first single: “Built To Last”; See here) (The Youngest)

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Reissues (CDs / vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
Marc Almond “Trials of Eyeliner: The Anthology 1979/2016” (career-spanning 10-CD box set) (U.K. – UMC)
Mose Allison “I’m Not Talkin’: The Song Stylings of Mose Allison 1957-1972” (24 tracks; Read here) (U.K. – BGP / Ace)
Joan Baez “Live in ’75” (Air Cuts)
Black (aka Colin Vearncombe, who died Jan. 26, 2016) “Any Colour You Like (Deluxe Edition)” (2011 compilation, with a second CD containing 10 more tracks; Hear here) (U.K. – Weatherbox)
Chrome “Box II – 1983-1995” (11-CD box set; MP3) (Cleopatra)
Miles Davis Quintet “Legendary Prestige Quintet Sessions” (four-CD box set) (Prestige)
Dead or Alive “Sophisticated Boom Box MMXVI (Amazon Exclusive Edition)” (17-CD, two-DVD box set containing eight albums, rarities, previously unreleased remixes, music videos and “Rip It Up Live”) (U.K. – Edsel)
DJ Shadow “Endtroducing…. (Deluxe Edition)” (1996 album; three-CD expanded edition; Vinyl) (Mercury / UMe)
The Donnas “Spend the Night (Expanded Edition)” (2002 album; remastered, with five bonus tracks; Read here) (U.K. – Cherry Red)
Philip Glass “Philip Glass – The Complete Sony Recordings” (24-CD box set) (Sony Classical)
Bobby Hebb (the late composer/singer of “Sunny”) “That’s All I Wanna Know” (2005 album, featuring a remake of “Sunny” with Astrid North; remastered; Hear here; Vinyl) (Trocadero)
Hello (British glam-rock band) “Hello – The Albums” (four-CD, 74-song box set; Hear here; Read here) (U.K. – 7Ts / Cherry Red)
Alan Jackson “Precious Memories Collection” (Walmart-exclusive two-CD set includes 2012’s “Precious Memories” and 2013’s “Precious Memories Volume II,” with two new songs, “It’s All About Him” and “That’s the Way”) (ACR / EMI Records Nashville)
Elton John “Elton John [Vinyl]” (1970 album), “17-11-70 [Vinyl]” (1971 album), “Madman Across the Water [Vinyl]” (1971 album), “Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy [Vinyl]” (1975 album), “Too Low for Zero [Vinyl]” (1983 album), “Songs from the West Coast [Vinyl]” (2001 album; limited-edition vinyl box set, sold exclusively at Burberry stores; Read here) (Rocket Music, Nov. 1)
Rozetta Johnson “A Woman’s Way: The Complete Rozetta Johnson 1961-1975” (Read here) (U.K. – Kent / Ace)
Lighthouse “Good Day” (1974 album; remastered) (Prog Temple)
Magic Mushroom Band (U.K. ’80s-’90s neo-psychedelic/free festival band) “Pictures In My Mind: Anthology 1984-1994” (31-track compilation; Read here) (U.K. – Cherry Red)
The Music “The Music (Deluxe Edition)” (2002 album; remastered; two-CD set, with 16 bonus tracks; See here; Read here), “Welcome to the North (Deluxe Edition)” (2004 album; remastered; two-CD set, with 15 bonus tracks, including 10 remixes; See here; Read here) (U.K. – Edsel / Demon Music Group)
My Dying Bride “Meisterwerk III” (three-CD, 29-song retrospective, with 16-page color booklet) (Peaceville)
Roy Orbison “The Ultimate Collection” (26-song career-spanning collection, including hits with The Traveling Wilburys; Read here; MP3) (Legacy)
Santana “Lotus [Super Audio CD]” (1974 album; remastered) (Audio Fidelity)
Phil Seymour “The London and Los Angeles Unreleased Sessions” (subtitled “Phil Seymour Archive Series Volume 4”; 14 songs; Track list) (Sunset Blvd.)
Ringo Starr “Photograph: The Very Best of Ringo Starr” (Capitol)
Tales of Justine “Petals From a Sunflower: Complete Recordings 1967-69” (21 songs; Hear here) (Cherry Red)
Tower of Power “Bump City / Tower of Power” (1972 and 1973 albums; remastered, with bonus single edits of “You’re Still a Young Man” and “What Is Hip?”; Read here) (U.K. – SoulMusic / Cherry Red)
Various artists “Beatfreak! Rare and Obscure British Beat 1966-1969, Volume 3” (featuring tracks by Boston Show Band, The Guards, Isle of Wight Cherokees, Good Vibrations, The Four Pennies, Mick and Malcolm, The Ivy League, etc.) (Particles)
Various artists “Keb Darge Presents The Best of Legendary Deep Funk” (to mark BBE’s 20th anniversary, Darge selects 21 greatest hits from his “Deep Funk” series; Vinyl) (BBE Music)
Various artists “French Disco Boogie Sounds Vol. 2 (1978-1985, Selected by Charles Maurice)” (compiled by DJ and collector Charles Maurice; Hear/read here; Vinyl) (Favorite Recordings)
Various artists “Girls Gonna Bop: Rockin’ Girls From the Late ’50s” (25-song compilation, curated by Saint Etienne’s Bob Stanley, featuring rockabilly legends such as Wanda Jackson and Ella Mae Morse; Read here) (U.K. – Croydon Municipal / Cherry Red)
Various artists “The Girls Want the Boys! Sweden’s Beat Girls 1964-1970” (24 tracks; Hear/read here) (U.K. – Ace)
Various artists “LateNightTales: David Holmes” (19 songs handpicked by the DJ/producer; Vinyl) (LateNightTales)
Various artists “Living Stereo – The Remastered Collector’s Edition” (60-CD box set) (Sony Classical)
Various artists “Mozart 225: The New Complete Edition” (200-CD box set, with two hardback books, four art prints, etc.; Hear here; Read here) (Decca)
Various artists “Ricordare – The Songs Of Ennio Morricone” (21 tracks; Hear/read here) (U.K. – Ace)
Various artists “Soho Expresso” (24-song collection of coffee bar sounds from 1950s and ’60s London; Read here) (U.K. – Croydon Municipal / Cherry Red)
Various artists “Super Duper Love: Mainstream Hits & Rarities 1973-76” (24 tracks; Read here) (U.K. – Kent / Ace)
Zager & Evans “In the Year 2525: The RCA Masters 1969-1970” (two-CD set includes the albums “2525 [Exordium and Terminus]” and “Zager & Evans” with four non-LP bonus tracks, including the censored version of “Mr. Turnkey”) (U.K. – Tune In / Cherry Red)
Hans Zimmer “Hans Zimmer – The Classics” (Sony Classical)

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Reissues (MP3s)

Artist: Title: Label:
Razzy Bailey “The Essential Razzy Bailey – The RCA Years (1978-1984)” (19 songs) (RCA / Legacy)
Band of Merrymakers (holiday supergroup) “Welcome to Our Christmas Party” (2015 album; with a new track, “A Very Merry Medley”; Hear/read here; See here) (Portrait / Sony Masterworks)
Henson Cargill “The Essential Henson Cargill” (27 songs) (Legacy)
The Click “Money & Muscle” (2001 album) (Jive / Legacy)
Les Dudek “Gypsy Ride” (1981 album) (Columbia / Legacy)
Johnny Duncan “The Essential Johnny Duncan” (23 songs) (Columbia Nashville / Legacy)
Hoosier Hot Shots “The Essential Hoosier Hot Shots” (35 songs) (Columbia / Legacy)
Nat Stuckey “The Very Best of Nat Stuckey” (16 songs) (RCA / Legacy)
Trembling Bells & Bonnie “Prince” Billy “The Bonnie Bells of Oxford” (2013 live recording; Hear here) (Tin Angel)

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DVD / Blu-ray

Artist(s)/cast: Title: Studio:
Bob Dylan “No Direction Home: Bob Dylan (Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition) [DVD]” (Blu-ray) (Capitol)
Philip Glass & Robert Wilson “Philip Glass & Robert Wilson: Einstein on the Beach [DVD]” (an opera in four acts; Blu-ray) (Opus Arte)
Sam Heughan, Graham McTavish, et al “Outlander: Season Two [DVD]” (five discs; Blu-ray) (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment)
Sharon Jones “Miss Sharon Jones! [DVD]” (2016 documentary; See here) (Anchor Bay)
Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn, et al “Bad Moms [DVD]” (2016 film; Blu-ray + DVD) (Universal Studios Home Entertainment)
Anson Mount, Colm Meaney, Common, et al “Hell on Wheels: The Complete Series [DVD]” (17-disc box set; Blu-ray) (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment)
Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Simon Pegg, et al “Star Trek Beyond [DVD]” (2016 film; Blu-ray + DVD; Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + DVD; 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray; 4K UHD/3D/Digital HD Gift Set; Target Double Exclusive: Collectible Character Cards & Bonus Content) (Paramount)
Iggy Pop “Post Pop Depression Live at The Royal Albert Hall [DVD]” (three discs; Blu-ray) (Eagle Rock)
Santana “Live at the House of Blues Las Vegas [DVD]” (March 21, 2016, show, with special guest Ronald Isley; Blu-ray) (Eagle Vision)
Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Garner, Christopher Walken, et al “Nine Lives [DVD]” (2016 film; Blu-ray + DVD) (20th Century Fox)

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Music Books

Subject/ Author(s): Title: Publisher:
AC/DC “AC/DC: Experience the Original Monsters of Rock” (Hardcover; author: Jerry Ewing) (Carlton Books)
Bon Jovi “Bon Jovi: The Story” (Hardcover; author: Bryan Reesman) (Sterling)
Kurt Boone “Subway Beats: Celebrating New York City Buskers” (Hardcover) (Schiffer)
David Bowie “Bowie A-Z: The Life of an Icon from Aladdin Sane to Ziggy Stardust” (Paperback; author: Steve Wide; illustrator: Libby Vanderploeg) (Smith Street Books)
Bill Dahl “The Art of the Blues: A Visual Treasury of Black Music’s Golden Age” (Hardcover) (University of Chicago Press)
Corrigan Daniel “Heyday: 35 Years of Music in Minneapolis – The Photography of Corrigan Daniel” (Hardcover; co-author: Danny Sigelman) (Minnesota Historical Society Press)
Jacques Denis “Total Records: Photography and the Art of the Album Cover” (Paperback) (Aperture)
Jimi Hendrix “Hendrix on Hendrix: Interviews and Encounters with Jimi Hendrix” (Hardcover; edited by Steven Roby) (Chicago Review Press)
Led Zeppelin “Led Zeppelin: The Stories Behind Every Led Zeppelin Song” (Flexibound; author: Chris Welch) (Carlton Books)
John Lennon “Lennon on Lennon: Conversations with John Lennon” (Hardcover; author: Jeff Burger) (Chicago Review Press)
James McBride “Kill ‘Em and Leave: Searching for James Brown and the American Soul” (Paperback) (Spiegel & Grau)
Metallica “Metallica: Experience Heavy Metal’s Biggest Band” (Hardcover; author: Jerry Ewing) (Carlton Books)
Tommy Mottola “A New America: How Music Reshaped the Culture and Future of a Nation and Redefined My Life” (Hardcover; Kindle) (Celebra)
Marc Myers “Anatomy of a Song: The Oral History of 45 Iconic Hits That Changed Rock, R&B and Pop” (Hardcover) (Grove Press)
Nirvana “Nirvana: The Biggest Rock Band of the ’90s” (Hardcover; author: Gillian G. Gaar) (Carlton Books)
Queen “Classic Queen” (Paperback; author: rock photographer Mick Rock) (The Overlook Press)
Seasick Steve “Seasick Steve: Tales of a Travellin’ Man” (Paperback; author: Matthew Wright) (John Blake)
Carly Simon “Boys in the Trees: A Memoir” (Paperback; Free Preview) (Flatiron Books)
Brian Tarquin “Guitar Amplifier Encyclopedia” (Paperback; Kindle) (Allworth Press)
U2 “U2: Past, Present, Future” (Hardcover; author: Ernesto Assante) (White Star Publishers)
Spencer Vignes “The Train Kept A-Rollin: How the Train Song Changed the Face of Popular Music” (Paperback) (Soundcheck Books)
Jim Walsh “Bar Yarns and Manic-Depressive Mixtapes: Jim Walsh on Music from Minneapolis to the Outer Limits” (Hardcover) (University of Minnesota Press)
The Who “The Who: Experience the Band That Defined a Generation” (Hardcover; author: Chris Welch) (Carlton Books)
Pharrell Williams “Pharrell Williams: Ultimate Fan Book” (Hardcover; author: Malcolm Croft) (Carlton Publishing Group)
Ted Williams (jazz photographer) “Jazz: The Iconic Images of Ted Williams” (Hardcover) (Antique Collectors Club Dist.)
Neil Young “Neil Young: Stories Behind the Songs 1966-1992” (Flexibound; auhor: Nigel Williamson) (Carlton Books)
Zayn “Zayn” (Hardcover; a photographic journey of his life, with a collection of thoughts, inspirations, personal stories, notes and drawings; Kindle) (Penguin Random House)

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Cool Stuff

Manufacturer: Product: Release Date:
Beats Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones (Oct. 27)
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