Updates

Published on August 16th, 2016 | by Gerry Galipault

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Updates / Additions: Bon Iver, Beth Hart, etc.

Updates / Additions (as of Aug. 16, 2016) … this will be updated throughout the day as new releases come in, so check back frequently:

New Releases

“The Electric Pinecones,” Southern Culture on the Skids – Sept. 16

“Fairweather,” Dinowalrus – Sept. 23

“Shouted, Written Down & Quoted,” Greensky Bluegrass – Sept. 23

“Natural Causes,” Skylar Grey – Sept. 23

“22, A Million,” Bon Iver – Sept. 30

“Atrocity Exhibition,” Danny Brown – Sept. 30

“Take Control,” Slaves – Sept. 30

“The James Montgomery Blues Band,” The James Montgomery Blues Band – Oct. 7

“Heart Watches While the Brain Burns,” Mike Doughty – Oct. 14

“All the Way,” Justin Hayward – Oct. 14

“All Night Live Volume 1,” The Mavericks – Oct. 14

“Joy,” The Peep Tempel – Oct. 14

“saintmotelevision,” Saint Motel – Oct. 21

“Winter Wheat,” John K. Samson – Oct. 21

“The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again (Complete Soundtrack From the Fox Television Broadcast),” various artists – Oct. 21

“Fire on the Floor,” Beth Hart – Feb. 3

Amazon Tap – $15 Off For Back To SchoolKindle Fire Kids Edition $20 OffWoodstock Revisited: 3 Days of Peace & Music, August 1969$5 Albums (Tame Impala, Three Dog Night, etc.)

Reissues

“Let It Be: Black America Sings Lennon, McCartney and Harrison,” various artists – Sept. 30

“The Rita Wright Years: Rare Motown 1967-1970,” Syreeta – Sept. 30

“The Great Southern Trendkill: 20th Anniversary Edition,” Pantera – Oct. 21

“LateNightTales: David Holmes,” various artists – Oct. 28

“The Singles Collection 1951-62,” Bobby Bland – Nov. 4

“The Bill Graham Tribute Concert: San Francisco 1991,” Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – Nov. 4

“The Early Years: Selected Recordings 1961-62,” Herbie Hancock – Nov. 4

“The Complete Releases 1960-62,” Brian Hyland – Nov. 4

“The Dean Martin Collection 1946-62,” Dean Martin – Nov. 4

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