Updates

Published on July 30th, 2016 | by Gerry Galipault

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Updates / Additions: Mac Miller, JoJo, Herb Alpert, etc.

Updates / Additions (as of July 30, 2016) … this will be updated throughout the day as new releases come in, so check back frequently:

New Releases

“The Revelation,” Rev Theory – Sept. 9

“The Divine Feminine,” Mac Miller – Sept. 16

“Fanatic Voyage,” Chivalrous Amoekons – Sept. 16

“Resurrection,” Operation: Mindcrime – Sept. 23

“Rosetta,” Vangelis – Sept. 23

“WOW Hits 2017,” various artists – Sept. 23

“Human Nature,” Herb Alpert – Sept. 30

“Where’d Your Weekend Go?,” The Mowgli’s – album title, release date, Sept. 30

“World Gone Mad,” Suicidal Tendencies – Sept. 30

“Mothership,” Dance Gavin Dance – Oct. 7

“Super Boom,” Annabella Lwin – Oct. 7

“Behind This Guitar,” Mo Pitney – Oct. 7

“Dissociation,” The Dillinger Escape Plan – Oct. 14

“Mad Love,” JoJo – Oct. 14

“Beyond Now,” Donny McCaslin – Oct. 14

“This Girl’s In Love (A Bacharach & David Songbook),” Rumer – Oct. 21

“Tis the Seasons,” Frankie Valli – Oct. 21

“Unfinished Business,” Nathan Sykes – Nov. 4

Reissues

“The Lonely Bull,” “Volume 2,” “South of the Border,” “Going Places!!,” “What Now My Love,” “SRO,” “Sounds Like …,” “Herb Alpert’s Ninth,” “The Beat of the Brass,” “Warm,” “The Brass Are Comin’,” “Summertime,” “You Smile – The Song Begins,” “Coney Island,” “Main Event Live,” “Rise,” “Beyond,” “Magic Man,” “Fandango,” “Keep Your Eye on Me,” “North on South St.,” “Midnight Sun,” “Anything Goes,” “I Feel For You,” Herb Alpert – Sept. 9

“These Dreams Will Never Sleep: The Best of Graham Parker 1976-2015,” Graham Parker – Sept. 30

“Let’s Go Down and Blow Our Minds: The British Psychedelic Sounds of 1967,” various artists – Sept. 30

“Otis Redding Live At The Whisky A Go Go: The Complete Recordings,” Otis Redding – Oct. 14

“Starry Starry Night: Live In Austin,” Don McLean – Oct. 21

“The Early Years 1965-1972” (box set), “The Early Years 1967-1972, Cre/ation,” Pink Floyd – Nov. 11

DVD / Blu-ray

“What Happened, Miss Simone?,” Nina Simone – Sept. 2

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