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Published on August 6th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


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New Releases (CDs / Vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
Lauren Anderson “Love on the Rocks” (guest: Mike Zito; Hear/Read here; Download) » BUY NOW (Lauren Anderson)
Leah Blevins “First Time Feeling” (producers: Paul Cauthen, Beau Bedford; first single: “First Time Feeling”; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (Crabtree)
Joe Calderon (Latin jazz guitarist) “Cup of Joe” (new single: “El Poeta”; Hear here; Download; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (Warrior)
Ellen Foley “Fighting Words” (her first solo album in eight years includes covers of Jim Steinman’s “Heaven Can Wait” and Wilson Pickett’s “I Found a Love”; producer: Paul Foglino; guest: Karla DeVito; new single: “Are You Good Enough”; Hear here; Download) » BUY NOW (Urban Noise Music)
Colin Hay “I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself” (covers of The Beatles, The Kinks, Faces, Blind Faith, Gerry and the Pacemakers, etc.; Hear here; Random Color Vinyl; Download) » BUY NOW (Compass)
Tito Jackson “Under Your Spell” (his first blues album; guests: Stevie Wonder, George Benson, Joe Bonamassa, Marlon Jackson, Eddie Levert, Kenny Neal, Bobby Rush, etc.; Download) » BUY NOW (SoNo Recording Group)
Liars “The Apple Drop” (new single: “Sekwar”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (Mute)
Tamela Mann “Overcomer” (Read here; Download) » BUY NOW (Tillymann Music Group)
Desire Marea (Durban, South Africa-based artist) “Desire” (new single: “Tavern Kween”; See here; White Vinyl; Download, released in January 2020 on his own imprint; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (Mute)
Willy Mason “Already Dead” (his first album since 2012; new single: “Youth on a Spit”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (Cooking Vinyl)
Night Ranger “ATBPO” (the title stands
for “And the band played on”; new single: “Breakout”; See here; Red Vinyl; Download; Merch) » BUY NOW
(Frontiers Music s.r.l.)
Sponge “Lavatorium” (first single: “Stitch”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) » BUY NOW (Cleopatra)
Staind “Live: It’s Been a While” (their first album in nine years was recorded at a reunion show at Foxwoods Casino in Mashantucket, CT, in 2019; Hear here; Vinyl; Walmart-Exclusive Yellow, White and Black Swirl Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; On Tour; Merch) » BUY NOW (Yap’em / Alchemy Recordings)
Kate Taylor “Why Wait!” (new album marks 50 years since her 1971 debut album, “Sister Kate,” and reunites her with Russ Kunkel, Danny Kortchmar, and Leland Sklar; producer: Peter Asher; first single: a cover of The Beatles’ “Good Day Sunshine”; Hear here; Read here; Jade Vinyl; Download) » BUY NOW (Red House)
Paul Thorn “It’s Never Too Late To Call” (See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (Perpetual Obscurity / Thirty Tigers)
The Umbrellas “The Umbrellas” (first single: “She Buys Herself Flowers”; See here; Clear Green Vinyl; Download; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (Slumberland)
Various artists “Amerikinda: 20 Years of Dualtone” (label artists and alumni, including The Lumineers, Brett Dennen, Gregory Alan Isakov, Mt. Joy, Shovels & Rope, and Langhorne Slim, cover each other’s songs; Read here; Vinyl; Download) » BUY NOW (Dualtone)
Various artists “NOW That’s What I Call Music! 79” (22 songs; Download; Target; Walmart) » BUY NOW (Universal Music Group / Sony Music Entertainment)
The Wandering Hearts “The Wandering Hearts” (producers: Simone Felice, David Baron; new single: “Gold”; See here; Read here; Vinyl, out Oct. 22; Download; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (Cooking Vinyl)
Chris Young “Famous Friends” (guests: Kane Brown, Lauren Alaina, Mitchell Tenpenny; new single: “Rescue Me”; Read here; Vinyl; Download; On Tour) » BUY NOW (RCA Nashville)
Will Young “Crying on the Bathroom Floor” (producer: Richard X; first single: “Daniel”; See here; Vinyl; Amazon UK; Download; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (Cooking Vinyl)

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Other Notable Releases

Flor Bromley Sean McConnell Clan of Xymox
Lingua Ignota Circus of Rock Travis Denning
Long Shadows Dawn Alirio The Kiffness
Tom Braxton Hippo Campus Laci Kaye Booth
Demun Jones Ro Myra Jason Nelson

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New Releases (Downloads)

Artist: Title: Label:
Patricia Barber “Clique” (recorded, mixed and mastered in Digital eXtreme Definition (352.8kHz/32bit) at Chicago Recording Company’s Studio 5; Hear here; CD and Hybrid SACD out Aug. 20) » BUY NOW (Impex)
Benét “Game Over!” (Richmond, VA-based artist’s debut four-song EP; producer: Cameron Smith; new single: “Shoot Your Shot”; See here; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (Bayonet)
Information Society “ODDfellows” (the first complete album released in THXⓇ Spatial Audio; available on CD and vinyl via Negative Gain Records later this year; See here) » BUY NOW (Hakatak International)
Liam Kazar “Due North” (new single: “Frank Bacon”; See here; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (Woodist / Mare)
Khruangbin “Mordechai Remixes” (featuring remixes from Knxwledge, Soul Clap, Harvey Sutherland, Mang Dynasty, etc.; Hear here; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (Dead Oceans / Night Time Stories, Ltd.)
Kississippi (aka indie pop artist Zoe Reynolds) “Mood Ring” (new single: “Big Dipper”; Vinyl; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (Triple Crown)
Zachary Knowles “tendency to be a loner” (new single: “tendency to be a loner”; See here) » BUY NOW (FADER Label)
Jordan Lehning (son of country producer Kyle Lehning) “Three Colored Wall” (new single: “Static”; Hear here) » BUY NOW (Tone Tree)
Nas “King’s Disease II” (sequel to last year’s Grammy-winning “King’s Disease”; guests: Eminem, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Charlie Wilson, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, EPMD, YG, Blxst, Hit-Boy; Hear/Read here; CD out Nov. 5; Vinyl out March 4, 2022) » BUY NOW (Mass Appeal)
Alice Sara Ott “Echoes of Life” (featuring Chopin’s “24 Préludes” interspersed with seven contemporary works by Francesco Tristano, György Ligeti, Nino Rota, Chilly Gonzales, Tōru Takemitsu, Arvo Pärt and Ott’s own composition; Hear here; CD out Sept. 10; Vinyl out Oct. 8) » BUY NOW (Deutsche Grammophon)
Dan Rose (Danish folk-pop artist) “My Heart Belongs with You EP” (five songs; Hear here) » BUY NOW (Lady Lux)
Spice “10” (producers: Shaggy, Supa Dups, Stephen “Di Genius” McGregor, Costantin “Costi” Ionita, Shane Hoosong, Ainsley Morris, Grace Hamilton) » BUY NOW (VP)
Tinashe “333” (guests: Jeremih, KAYTRANADA, Quiet Child, Kudzai, Kaash Paige, Buddy; new single: “I Can See the Future”; Hear here) » BUY NOW (Tinashe Music / Equity Distribution)

More Digital Releases for Aug. 6, 2021 »

Vinyl of the Month Club »

Reissues (CDs / Vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
Mose Allison “The Complete Atlantic / Elektra Albums 1962-1983” (12 albums on six CDs; Read here) » BUY NOW (Strawberry)
BTS “BTS, THE BEST” (two-CD set of Japanese versions of their hits, with 36-page lyric booklet and three photo cards; 2 CD + 2 DVD Deluxe Edition, 36-page photo booklet w/ 1 square photo card in deluxe slipcase digipak; Merch) » BUY NOW (Geffen / UMe)
Ed Bruce “See the Big Man Cry: The Complete SUN and Wand recordings 1957-65, plus …” (30 songs on one CD; Read here) » BUY NOW (Bear Family)
Drive-By Truckers “Plan 9 Records July 13th, 2006” (recorded in Richmond, Va., to celebrate the store’s then-25th anniversary; band lineup: Patterson Hood, Mike Cooley, Jason Isbell, Brad Morgan, John Neff and Shonna Tucker; Hear/Read here; Vinyl; Walmart) » BUY NOW (New West)
Bill Evans “Symbiosis” (1974 album; remastered; Vinyl) » BUY NOW (MPS)
George Harrison “All Things Must Pass (50th Anniversary)” (1970 album; newly mixed by Grammy Award-winning mixer/engineer Paul Hicks, overseen by executive producer Dhani Harrison; Read here; Target-Exclusive CD, with sticker pack; Triple Vinyl Box Set; Deluxe 5 LP Box Set; Super Deluxe 8 LP Box Set, featuring 47 demo recordings, session outtakes and studio jams) » BUY NOW (Capitol / UMe)
Brian May “Back to the Light (Deluxe Edition)” (1992 solo debut album, featuring “Too Much Love Will Kill You” and “Driven by You”; newly remastered by Bob Ludwig from the original tapes, with a second CD of alternative versions, B-sides and live tracks; See here; CD + LP Box Set; Standard CD; Vinyl; Download; Digital Deluxe Edition; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (UMe)
Nico “Drama of Exile” (1981 album; remastered; Vinyl) » BUY NOW (Modern Harmonic)
Barbra Streisand “Release Me 2” (10-track compilation of previously unreleased songs, including a duet with Willie Nelson on “I’d Want It to Be You”; Hear/Read here; Target-Exclusive CD, with one extra song; Vinyl; Amazon-Exclusive Lavender Sleeve & Vinyl; Barnes & Noble-Exclusive Clear Vinyl, with green album jacket artwork; Target-Exclusive Gray Vinyl, with one extra song; Download; Apple Music) » BUY NOW (Columbia)
Various artists “Country Funk III (1975-1982)” (featuring Dolly Parton, J.J. Cale, Conway Twitty, Billy Swan, Larry Jon Wilson, etc., plus a previously unreleased track by country funk pioneer Tony Joe White; produced and compiled by Jason Morgan and Patrick McCarthy; Hear/Read here; Black Vinyl; Clear With Red & Blue Swirl Vinyl) » BUY NOW (Light in the Attic)
Various artists “NOW That’s What I Call A Decade 1980s” (18 songs; Walmart-Exclusive Red and Yellow Vinyl; Download) » BUY NOW (Universal Music Group / Sony Music Entertainment)
Kim Wilde “Pop Don’t Stop: Greatest Hits” (five-CD, two-DVD box set includes her hits, B-sides, remixes, nearly 50 videos and a 2021 interview, etc., plus two new songs: “Shine On,” with Boy George, and “You’re My Karma,” feat. Tom Aspaul; See here; Read here; 2-CD Edition; Download) » BUY NOW (Cherry Pop)

More Releases for Aug. 6, 2021 »

Reissues (Downloads)

Artist: Title: Label:
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “Berlin 1959” (28 songs; CD out Aug. 20) » BUY NOW (Storyville)
Racing Cars “The Albums 1976-1978” (51-song collection covering the band’s Chrysalis years; Read here) » BUY NOW (Glam / 7T’s / Cherry Red)

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