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Published on April 16th, 2020 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Releases: April 17, 2020

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New Releases (CDs / Vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
Bombs of Hades (Swedish death metal band) “Phantom Bell” (four-song EP; new single: a cover of Townes Van Zandt’s “Lungs”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Tidal; CDON) (Black Lodge)
David Bromberg Band “Big Road” (12-song live set with five hi-def performance videos and a mini-documentary on DVD; producer: Larry Campbell; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) (Red House)
Enter Shikari “Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible” (producer: frontman Rue Reynolds; new single: “THE GREAT UNKNOWN”; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) (SO Recordings / Silva Screen)
EOB (aka Radiohead guitarist Ed O’Brien) “Earth” (guests: Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood, Portishead’s Adrian Utley, Wilco’s Glenn Kotche, drummer Omar Hakim, bassist Nathan East, Laura Marling, Flood, Catherine Marks, etc.; new single: “Shangri-La”; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music) (Capitol)
Frazey Ford “U kin B the Sun” (first single: “Azad”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download, released on Feb. 7; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Arts & Crafts)
David Foster “Eleven Words” (piano solo album; new single: “Love”; Hear here; Download; Apple Music) (Decca)
Louise Goffin “Two Different Movies” (collaborators: Van Dyke Parks, Benmont Tench, Greg Leisz, Charley Drayton, Dave Way) (Majority of One)
Grace Gravity “Dream Analog” (vinyl + download; recorded, mixed and mastered analog; producer: Brian D. Hardin; guests: Michael Cordone, on trumpet and flugelhorn, and Jesse McGinty, on tenor sax, trombone, French horn and flute; first single: “Whatcha Gonna Do?”; Hear here) (soul secret service, April 18)
Mick Harvey “Waves of Anzac / The Journey” (the score for the Australian Broadcasting Company’s documentary on forgotten war stories and lives lost, plus a four-part composition recorded with The Letter String Quartet in support of people seeking asylum who have found themselves in Australia’s offshore detention program; producer: Harvey; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music) (Mute)
Shelby Lynne “Shelby Lynne” (new single: “I Got You”; Hear/read here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music) (Everso / Thirty Tigers)
Leslie Mendelson “If You Can’t Say Anything Nice …” (new single: “Lay It On Me”; Hear here; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music) (Royal Potato Family)
Joel Plaskett “44” (four 11-song albums recorded in Dartmouth, Memphis, Nashville and Toronto with 33 different musicians, including Plaskett’s band The Emergency and Mo Kenney; producer: Doug Easley; new single: “If There’s Another Road”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) (Pheromone Recordings)
Ron Sexsmith “Hermitage” (first single: “You Don’t Wanna Hear It”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music) (Cooking Vinyl)
Shabazz Palaces “The Don of Diamond Dreams” (producer: Shabazz Palaces; guests: Purple Tape Nate, Stas THEE Boss, Darrius, Carlos Overall; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; Cassette; Download; Apple Music) (Sub Pop)
Kierra Sheard “KIERRA” (guests: Missy Elliott, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Le’Andria Johnson, Sir the Baptist, Jacob Sheard, Todd Dulaney; new single: “Don’t Judge Me”; See here; Download; Apple Music) (RCA Inspiration)
Soul Asylum “Hurry Up and Wait” (producers: Soul Asylum, John Fields; recorded at Minneapolis’ Nicollet Studios, where the band cut its early Twin/Tone albums; new single: “If I Told You”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; On Tour, with Local H; Merch) (Blue Élan)
The Vapors (of “Turning Japanese” fame) “Together” (their first album since 1981; producer: Steve Levine; first single: “Crazy”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) (Manmade / The Vapors Own Records)
Various artists “Sing Street (Original Broadway Cast Recording)” (musical based on John Carney’s 2016 indie film opens in mid-April; producers: Gary Clark, Martin Lowe; first single: “Up”; See here; Read here; Download, released March 26) (Sony Masterworks Broadway)
Jeremy Zucker “love is not dying” (first single: “not ur friend”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) (Republic)

More Releases for April 17, 2020 »

Other Notable Releases

“Phylogenesis,” Abysmal Dawn (Season of Mist)
“Cry Again EP,” Stefan Alexander (Stefan Alexander)
“Verminous,” The Black Dahlia Murder (Metal Blade)
“Your Favorites,” Dictator Ship (The Sign)
“The Electric Mess V,” The Electric Mess (The Electric Mess)
“Chicken & Biscuits: Second Helping,” Colt Ford (Average Joes Entertainment)
“SOFT WHISPER,” JOY (Electrobass Music)
“Living in the Shadows,” Tyler Morris (Vizz Tone)
“In the Key of Fall,” Natie (natiemusic)
“Hardcore Sound EP,” Otira (Dim Mak)
“You Ain’t Done,” The Proven Ones (Gulf Coast)
“Red Gold Green (Live),” RDGLDGRN (Devil Hills Entertainment/Deuce Day World)
“Church House Blues,” Crystal Shawanda (True North)
“Sie7etr3,” Chucky73 & Fetti031 (Sie7etr3 The Label)

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New Releases (Downloads)

Artist: Title: Label:
The Reverend Shawn Amos & The Brotherhood (Amos is the son of cookie impresario Wally “Famous” Amos) “Blue Sky” (guests: Ruthie Foster, Kenya Hathaway, Mudbug Brass Band; See here; Apple Music) (Put Together)
Fiona Apple “Fetch the Bolt Cutters” (her first album since 2012; producers: Apple, Amy Aileen Wood, Sebastian Steinberg, Davíd Garza; new single: “Shameika”; Hear here; Read here; Apple Music) (Epic)
DaBaby “BLAME IT ON BABY” (guests: Future, Megan Thee Stallion, Ashanti, jetsonmade, Roddy Ricch, Quavo, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, London On Da Track; new single: “ROCKSTAR”; Hear here; Read here; Apple Music) (South Coast Music Group / Interscope)
dvsn “A Muse in Her Feelings” (guests: PARTYNEXTDOOR, Future, Ty Dolla $ign, Jessie Reyez, Buju Banton, Summer Walker, Snoh Aalegra, Shantal May, Popcaan; new single: “Between Us”; Hear here; Apple Music) (OVO Sound / Warner)
Will Hammond Jr. (co-wrote Tara Kemp’s “Hold You Tight”) “Pangea” (first single: “1979”) (Dreamtime Entertainment, April 19)
Rina Sawayama “SAWAYAMA” (new single: “Comme Des Garçons [Like the Boys]”; See here; Apple Music; On Tour) (Dirty Hit)
Tech N9ne “ENTERFEAR” (guests: Merkules, Krizz Kaliko, Flatbush Zombies, King Iso, etc.; See here; CD, out on May 1; Apple Music) (Strange Music)

More Digital Releases for April 17, 2020 »

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Reissues (CDs / Vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
The Animated Egg “The Animated Egg” (1967 album; remastered; Hear here; Orange Vinyl) (Music on CD)
Bangles “Gold” (40 tracks on three CDs; See here; Track list; Amazon UK; Merch) (Crimson Productions / Demon Music Group)
Bobby Bare “Great American Saturday Night” (previously unreleased 1978 album of Shel Silverstein songs; Hear here; Read here; Download; Apple Music; Target) (RCA / Legacy)
Erroll Garner “Gemini” (1972 album; remastered; Hear here; Download) (Mack Avenue)
Herbert von Karajan “Herbert Von Karajan: The Complete Decca Recordings” (33-CD box set) (Decca / UMe)
Frank Zappa “Carnegie Hall” (three-CD set of two shows on Oct. 11, 1971; remastered; Merch) (Zappa)

More Releases for April 17, 2020 »

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Reissues (Downloads)

Artist: Title: Label:
Deee-Lite “Groove Is in the Heart” (29-song compilation; See here) (Warner Music Group / X5 Music Group)
Peggy Lee “Ultimate Peggy Lee” (22-song compilation celebrates the vocal legend’s 100th birthday on May 26; CD and Vinyl out June 19; Apple Music; Target) (Capitol / UMe)
Wilson Pickett “Hits & Rarities” (32-song compilation) (Warner Music Group / X5 Music Group)
Phil Seymour “Archive Series Vol. 6: If You Don’t Want My Love” (15-track anthology features eight previously unreleased songs, including productions with Phil Spector and Denny Cordell; a portion of the proceeds will go to Teen Cancer America; CD out on June 5) (Sunset Blvd.)
Shoes “Elektrafied: The Elektra Albums 1979-1982” (36-song compilation) (Warner Music Group / X5 Music Group)

More Digital Releases for April 17, 2020 »

Next Week: April 24, 2020

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