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Published on April 23rd, 2020 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Releases: April 24, 2020

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New Releases (CDs / Vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
AWOLNATION “Angel Miners & The Lightning Riders” (guests: Rivers Cuomo, Alex Ebert; new single: “Mayday!!! Fiesta Fever”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Better Noise Music)
Brendan Benson “Dear Life” (first single: “Good to Be Alive”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Third Man)
Chatham County Line “Strange Fascination” (their final release with co-founding banjo player Chandler Holt, the first line-up change since 2001, and the first to feature drums on every song; producers: Dave Wilson, Chatham County Line; first single: “Station to Station”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Yep Roc)
Danzig “Danzig Sings Elvis” (first single: “One Night”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; Merch) (Cleopatra)
Hazel English (Australian-born, L.A.-based daydream-pop singer-songwriter) “Wake UP!” (producers: Justin Raisen, Ben H. Allen; new single: “Five and Dime”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music) (Polyvinyl)
Roger Street Friedman “Rise” (producer: Larry Campbell; guests: Jim Toscano, Matt Schneider, keyboardist Jason Crosby, Campbell’s wife Teresa Williams, Lucy Kaplansky; first single: “Carry Me”; Hear here; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Rock Ridge Music)
Ezra Furman “Sex Education (Music From Season 1 & 2 of the Netflix Original Series)” (See here; Vinyl; Urban Outfitters-Exclusive Yellow Vinyl; Download, released on Jan. 24; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Bella Union)
July A.D. “Missing” (12 songs; Apple Music) (Deccagone, April 30)

“About two years ago, we had some very meaningful recording sessions but were hesitant in releasing a new album,” July A.D.’s Mario Cirillo tells P&P. “We really liked the songs but agreed it needed a unifying song to bring it all together. Enter this pandemic and all of a sudden we wrote the song that made the others whole. It fit so well we titled the album after the new song and that’s how ‘Missing’ came to be.”

Katatonia “City Burials” (the Swedish progressive-metal band’s 11th album; first single: “Lacquer”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; Merch) (Peaceville)
Quelle Chris & Chris Keys “Innocent Country 2” (Hear/read here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target) (Mello Music Group)
Whitney Rose “We Still Go to Rodeos” (producer: Paul Kolderie; new single: “Believe Me, Angela”; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (MCG Recordings)
Lennon Stella (Canadian pop star) “Three. Two. One.” (new single: “Fear of Being Alone”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Records Label, LLC / Columbia)
Trivium “What the Dead Men Say” (producer: Josh Wilbur; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour, with Megadeth and Lamb of God; Merch) (Roadrunner)
The Used “Heartwork” (producer: John Feldmann; guests: Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker, Caleb Shomo, Jason Aalon Butler; new single: “Paradise Lost, a poem by John Milton”; Read here; Vinyl, translucent red with splatter; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour; Merch) (Big Noise / Hassle)
Various artists “Ella 100: Live at the Apollo!” (all-star celebration of Ella Fitzgerald’s 100th birthday recorded in 2016, featuring Patti Austin, David Alan Grier, Andra Day, Ledisi, Lizz Wright, Cassandra Wilson, Monica Mancini, etc.; producer: Gregg Field; Download; Apple Music; Target) (Concord Jazz)
Lucinda Williams “Good Souls Better Angels” (new single: “Man Without a Soul”; Hear/read here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Highway 20 / Thirty Tigers)

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Other Notable Releases

“Life in the City,” Demise of the Crown (Demise of the Crown)
“Happiness Is Priceless,” Desmond (Valu Muzik)
“A Zillion Stars Overhead,” Debra Devi (True Nature)
“It’s One Hell of a Ride,” The Dodies (Vampire Poodle)
“Omens,” Elder (Armageddon Label)
“Maybe This Can’t Wait,” Hello Halo (Hello Halo)
“Lashing the Feral Swine,” Imperial Savagery (Horror Pain Gore Death Productions)
“I’m the One,” Carrington MacDuffie (Pointy Head)
“The Ochre World,” Million Lands (Ernest Jenning Record Co.)
“What Kinda Music,” Tom Misch & Yussef Dayes (Moonbeam Music)
“Room With a View,” Rone (InFiné)

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New Releases (Downloads)

Artist: Title: Label:
8 Ball Aitken (Aussie swamp blues rocker) “Swamp Blues 2” (producers: 8 Ball Aitken, Dave Percefull; guests: JJ Johnston, Glenn Fukunaga, Buddy Leach, etc.; See here) (indieExtreme / Red Rocker)
Alice Bag “Sister Dynamite” (producers: Bag, Lysa Flores; See here; CD and Vinyl out June 12) (In the Red)
Pete Bernhard (The Devil Makes Three’s frontman-guitarist) “Harmony Ascension Division” (CD/Digital; Apple Music) (Kahn)
Dance Gavin Dance “Afterburner” (producers: Kris Crummett, Drew Fulk aka WZRD BLD; first single: “Prisoner”; See here; CD and Vinyl out July 10; Target-Exclusive CD, with a bonus disc featuring an instrumental version of the album; Urban Outfitters-Exclusive Clear Vinyl; FYE-Exclusive Black and Yellow Galaxy Vinyl; Apple Music; Target; On Tour; Merch) (Rise)
Andy Frasco & the U.N. “Keep On Keepin’ On” (new single: “Feel It In Our Bones”; Hear here; Read here; CD and Vinyl out May 22; On Tour) (SideOneDummy)
Will Hawkins “In My Heart” (five-song EP; new single: “Ghost Town”; See here; Apple Music) (Southside, April 27)
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard “Chunky Shrapnel” (soundtrack to their full-length live music documentary; See here; CD and Vinyl out May 29; Target) (Flightless / ATO)
John Carroll Kirby (pianist, Solange producer and protege of Ray Brown and Quincy Jones) “My Garden” (producer: Kirby; first single: “Blueberry Beads”; Hear here; See/read here; Vinyl; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (Stones Throw)
Jonathan McReynolds “People” (guests: Pastor Mike Todd, The Walls Group, Mali Music; See here; Read here) (eOne Music)
Roger O’Donnell (of The Cure) “2 Ravens” (guest: Jennifer Pague; new single: “An Old Train”; See here; Read here; Apple Music) (99X/10 Records / Caroline)
OTR (electronic-pop producer) “Lost at Midnight” (guests: Vancouver Sleep Clinic, Saint Sinner, Shallou, Au/Ra, Panama, Ukiyo, LOWES, Emerson Leif, WYNNE; new single: “Moon”; Hear here; Vinyl; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Astralwerks)
Vanessa Peters (indie folk-rock singer-songwriter) “Mixtape” (covers of Tom Petty, New Order, The National, America, The Pernice Brothers, etc.; producer: Rip Rowan; Hear here; Apple Music) (Little Sandwich Music)
Victoria Reed (daughter of Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band member Alto Reed) “Aquamadre” (producer: Autre Ne Veut; first single: “Do It for You Too”; See here; Read here; Apple Music) (Fisica Moderna / AWAL)
Pam Tillis “Looking for a Feeling” (recorded on analog tape with guitarist Pat Buchanan, keyboardist Jim Moose Brown, steel legend Dan Dugmore, and Mark Knopfler alum Glenn Whorf, joined by songwriter and producer Jimmy Ritchey; Tillis finished the project with producer Joe Pisapia; new single: “Looking for a Feeling”; Hear here) (Stellar Cat)

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Reissues (CDs / Vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields “More Than Just Amadeus: Celebrating 60 Years” (60-CD box set, covering recordings from their Decca, Argo, Philips and Sony Classical catalogs; Target) (Decca)
America “Heritage II: Demos/Alternate Takes 1971-1976” (13 previously unreleased tracks; On Tour) (Omnivore Recordings)
Cilla Black “Cilla Sings a Rainbow / Day By Day With Cilla” (1966 and 1973 albums, both produced by George Martin; remastered, with 20 bonus tracks; Read here), “Sweet Inspiration / Images (Expanded Edition)” (1970 and 1971 albums on two CDs; remastered, with nine previously unreleased mixes and a 28-page booklet; Read here) (SFE / Cherry Red)
Donald Byrd and The Blackbyrds “The Jazz Funk Collection” (three-CD, 39-song anthology; Read here; Amazon UK) (Robinsongs / Cherry Red)
Jerry Garcia Band “GarciaLive Volume 13: September 16th, 1989 Poplar Creek Music Theatre” (two-CD set features Clarence Clemons on sax; Download; Apple Music; Merch) (ATO)
Andrew Gold “Something New: Unreleased Gold” (16 previously unissued demos from 1973, with liner notes by producer Peter Asher; Target) (Omnivore Recordings)
New Riders of the Purple Sage “Field Trip” (recorded Live to 16-track at Temple Meadow in Veneta, Ore., on Aug. 27, 1972) (Omnivore Recordings)
The Revillos “Stratoplay: The Box Set” (six-CD box set features their original studio albums, with non-album A- and B-sides, BBC radio sessions and other rarities; Read here) (Cherry Red)
Judie Tzuke “The Chrysalis Recordings” (includes the albums “Shoot the Moon” and “Ritmo,” the live album “Road Noise: The Official Bootleg, and six bonus tracks; Read here) (Cherry Red)
Various artists “The Best of Soft Rock” (10-CD box set; Track list) (Time Life)
Snowy White “Lucky Star: An Anthology 1983-1994” (six-CD clamshell box set; Read here; Amazon UK) (Esoteric Recordings / Cherry Red)

More Releases for April 24, 2020 »

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Reissues (Downloads)

Artist: Title: Label:
Kristian Bush “Southern Gravity (The Complete Collection)” (2015 album; with seven new songs; Apple Music) (Architect Music Collective, LLC)

Next Week: May 1, 2020

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