New Releases (CDs / vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
Alter Bridge “The Last Hero” (producer: Michael “Elvis” Baskette; first single: “Show Me a Leader”; Hear here; MP3) (Alter Bridge / Caroline)
Archive (South London collective) “The False Foundation” (producers: Archive; first single: “Driving in Nails”; See here; MP3) (Dangervisit / PIAS America)
Army of the Universe “1999 & The Aftershow” (first single: “1999”; See here) (Metropolis)
Rick Astley “50” (his first album in the U.S. in more than 20 years was released on June 10 in his native U.K., where the LP debuted at No. 1 – his first No. 1 album there since his 1987 debut album, “Whenever You Need Somebody”; producer: Astley; See here; MP3) (BMG Rights Management)
Balance and Composure (Pennsylvania rockers) “Light We Made” (first single: “Postcard”; Hear here; MP3) (Vagrant)
Eric Benét “Eric Benét” (Hear here) (Primary Wave)
BROOKZILL! (Prince Paul, Ladybug Mecca, Rodrigo Brandão, Don Newkirk) “Throwback to the Future” (NYC hip-hop meets Brazilian music; guests: Del The Funky Homosapien, Count Bass D, Kid Koala, Mr. Len, Brian Jackson, etc.; first single: “Saudade Songbook”; Hear here; MP3) (Tommy Boy)
Colbie Caillat “The Malibu Sessions” (first single: “Goldmine”; Hear here; See here; MP3) (PlummyLou / RED)
Candiria (Brooklyn experimental band) “While They Were Sleeping” (first single: “Mereya”; Hear here; MP3) (Metal Blade)
Matt Chamberlain & Brian Haas “Prometheus Risen” (first single: “Orange Purple Sunshine”; Hear here; See here; MP3) (RPF)
Brent Cobb (country/soul singer-songwriter) “Shine On Rainy Day” (producer: cousin Dave Cobb; first single: “Solving Problems”; Hear here; NPR First Listen; LP + CD; MP3) (Low Country Sound / Elektra)
Dance Gavin Dance “Mothership” (producer: Kris Crummett; Hear here; MP3) (Rise)
Daya (17-year-old sang on the Chainsmokers’ hit “Don’t Let Me Down”) “Sit Still, Look Pretty” (See here; MP3) (Artbeatz)
Dayshell (SoCal rock trio led by former Of Mice & Men bassist-vocalist Shayley Bourget) “Nexus” (producer: Erik Ron; Hear here; MP3) (Spinefarm)
The Devil Wears Prada “Transit Blues” (producer: Dan Korneff; first single: “Daughter”; See here; Vinyl, with download card; MP3) (Rise)
Electric Six (Detroit dance rockers) “Fresh Blood For Tired Vampyres” (Hear here; MP3) (Metropolis)
Melissa Etheridge “MEmphis Rock and Soul” (a tribute to Stax Records; producers: John Burk, Etheridge; first single: “Hold On, I’m Coming”; Hear/read here; Vinyl; MP3) (Stax / Concord)
Fit For a King “Deathgrip” (first single: “Pissed Off”; Hear here; Vinyl) (Solid State)
Ricky Gervais “Science” (stand-up show recorded at London’s Apollo Theatre) (Redbush Entertainment)
Barry Gibb “In the Now” (his first album of all new material since the Bee Gees’ final studio album in 2001; he wrote all the songs with sons Stephen and Ashley; producers: Gibb, John Merchant; Hear here; Read here; Deluxe Edition; MP3) (Columbia)
Goat “Requiem” (first single: “Try My Robe”; Hear here; MP3) (Sub Pop)
Green Day “Revolution Radio” (producers: Green Day; first single: “BANG BANG”; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; MP3) (Reprise)
GTA (Miami DJ/production duo) “Good Times Ahead” (guests: Tinashe, Vince Staples, Tungi Ige, Iamsu, Wax Motif, What So Not; first single: “Feel It”; Hear here; MP3) (Warner)
Luke Haines “Smash the System” (first single: “Marc Bolan Blues”; Hear here; MP3) (U.K. – Cherry Red)
Harriet (British singer-songwriter) “Harriet” (with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; producer: Steve Anderson; Hear here; MP3) (Bright Star)
Hiss Golden Messenger “Heart Like a Levee” (first single: “Biloxi”; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; MP3; MP3 Deluxe Edition) (Merge)
Hollywood Monsters (hard-rock supergroup led by Steph Honde and Vinny Appice) “Capture the Sun” (guests: Tim Bogert, Tracy G, Whitesnake’s Neil Murray, Danko Jones; See here; MP3) (Deadline Music)
Julia Jacklin (Australian singer-songwriter) “Don’t Let the Kids Win” (first single: “Pool Party”; Hear here; See here; MP3) (Polyvinyl)
Jamestown Revival (Austin indie-Americana duo) “The Education of a Wandering Man” (first single: “Love Is a Burden”; Hear here; See here; MP3) (Republic)
Eric Johnson “EJ” (the Texas guitar legend’s first all-acoustic album; includes covers of “Scarborough Fair,” Jimi Hendrix’s “One Rainy Wish” and Les Paul and Mary Ford’s “The World Is Waiting For the Sunshine”; first single: “Wrapped in a Cloud”; Hear here; Read here; MP3) (Provogue / Mascot Label Group)
Jones (London-born chanteuse) “New Skin” (producers: HONNE, Justin Parker, Rodaidh McDonald, etc.; new single: “Melt”; Hear here; MP3) (37 Adventures / PIAS America)
Norah Jones “Day Breaks” (guests: Wayne Shorter, Lonnie Smith, Brian Blade; first single: “Carry On”; See here; Read here; MP3) (Blue Note)
Joyce Manor “Cody” (producers: Joyce Manor, Rob Schnapf; first single: “Fake I.D.”; Hear here; MP3) (Epitaph)
Kaiser Chiefs “Stay Together” (their first LP since 2013; first single: “Parachute”; Hear here; Read here; MP3) (Kaiser Chiefs / Caroline)
The Marcus King Band “The Marcus King Band” (producer: Warren Haynes; first single: “Ain’t Nothin’ Wrong With That”; See here; MP3) (Fantasy / Concord)
KYNG (L.A. rock trio) “Breathe in the Water” (producer: Machine; first single: “Pristine Warning”; See here; MP3) (Razor & Tie)
Lewis Del Mar (Rockaway Beach-based experimental folk-rock duo) “Lewis Del Mar” (first single: “Loud(y)”; See here; MP3) (StarTime International / Columbia)
Lisa Loeb “Feel What U Feel” (Amazon-exclusive family album; guests: Craig Robinson, Ed Helms, Renee Stahl Dektor, Kyler England; Hear/read here; MP3) (Furious Rose Productions)
Loretta Lynn “White Christmas Blue” (her first album of seasonal songs in 50 years; recorded at Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, Tenn.; producers: Patsy Lynn Russell, John Carter Cash; Read here; Vinyl; MP3) (Legacy Recordings)
James MacMillan and Scottish Festival Orchestra “The Lost Songs of St Kilda” (See here; Read here; MP3) (Decca)
Mercyless (French death metal band) “Pathetic Divinity” (first single: “Altered Divination”; Hear here) (Kaotoxin)
Meshuggah “The Violent Sleep of Reason” (Hear here; MP3) (Nuclear Blast)
The James Montgomery Blues Band “The James Montgomery Blues Band” (covers of Paul Butterfield Blues Band songs; Hear here) (Cleopatra Blues)
Britt Nicole “Britt Nicole” (second single: “Be the Change”; Hear here; MP3; MP3 Deluxe Edition) (Capitol CMG Label Group)
NOFX “First Ditch Effort” (producer: Cameron Webb; first single: “Six Years On Dope”; Hear here; Vinyl) (Fat Wreck Chords)
OneRepublic “Oh My My” (producers: Brent Kutzle, Ryan Tedder, Noel Zancanella, Zdar and Boombass; guests: Peter Gabriel, Santigold, Cassius; new single: “”Future Looks Good”; Hear here; MP3) (Mosley Music / Interscope)
Phish “Big Boat” (first single: “Breath and Burning”; Hear here; NPR First Listen; Read here; MP3) (JEMP)
Pitbull “Climate Change” (guests: Jennifer Lopez, R. Kelly, Robin Thicke, Joe Perry, Jason Derulo, Travis Barker, Flo Rida, Enrique Iglesias, Prince Royce, LunchMoney Lewis, Stephen Marley, Austin Mahone, Leona Lewis, Kiesza, etc.; first single: “Greenlight”; See here) (Mr.305 / Polo Grounds Music / RCA)
Mo Pitney “Behind This Guitar” (producer: Tony Brown; new single: “Everywhere”; See here; MP3) (Curb)
Popa Chubby “The Catfish” (Hear here) (earMUSIC)
Rend Collective (Irish worship band) “Campfire II: Simplicity” (See here; MP3) (Rend Collective / Sparrow)
Chaz Robinson “Chaz” (first single: “Without You”; Hear here) (Spectra Music Group)
Seasick Steve “Keepin’ the Horse Between Me and the Ground” (producer: Seasick Steve; Hear here; MP3) (Rough Trade)
Set It Off (Tampa rock quartet) “Upside Down” (first single: “Something New”; Hear here; MP3) (Equal Vision)
The Shires (U.K. country duo) “My Universe” (first single: “Beats To Your Rhythm”; Hear here) (U.K. – Decca)
Shovels & Rope (husband-and-wife Americana duo) “Little Seeds” (first single: “I Know”; Hear here; NPR First Listen; Read here; MP3) (New West)
Todd Snider “Eastside Bulldog” (producers: Snider, Eric McConnell; first single: “Hey Pretty Boy”; Hear here; MP3) (Aimless / Thirty Tigers)
Sum 41 “13 Voices” (their first album in five years; Hear here; MP3) (Hopeless)
Sylvia (of “Nobody” fame) “It’s All in the Family” (country singer’s first album in 14 years; producers: Sylvia, John Mock; Hear here; MP3; iTunes) (Sylvia Hutton)
Daniil Trifonov (Russian pianist) “Transcendental – Daniil Trifonov Plays Franz Liszt” (two CDs; producer: Sid McLauchlan; Hear here; MP3) (Deutsche Grammophon)
Triumphant “He Is Christmas” (Hear here; MP3) (StowTown / Provident)
Joe Lynn Turner “The Sessions” (covers album; guests: Michael Schenker, Steve Lukather, Steve Morse, Phil Collen, Leslie West, Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, Brad Gillis, etc.; Hear here; MP3) (Deadline Music)
White Lies “Friends” (recorded in Bryan Ferry’s private studio in London’s Olympia; producers: White Lies; first single: “Take It Out On Me”; Hear here; MP3) (BMG Rights Management)

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New Releases (MP3s)

Artist: Title: Label:
Angie and the Deserters “You” (six-song EP; first single: “You”; Hear here) (Topanga Canyon)
Paul Baloche “Your Mercy” (producers: Baloche, Michael Rossback; guests: Jennifer Holm, All Sons & Daughters, Madison Cunningham; Hear here) (Integrity Music)
Troy Cartwright “Don’t Fade” (five-song EP; producers: Brian Douglas Phillips, Rob Baird; Hear here; Read here) (Hard Luck Recording Company)
Computer Magic (Catskills-born producer and recording artist Danielle Johnson) “Obscure but Visible” (five-song EP; first single: “Gone for the Weekend”; Hear here) (Channel 9)
Exes (Venice Beach-based duo) “The Art of Saying Goodbye” (six-song EP; Hear here) (Color Study)
The Furious Seasons (L.A. folk/pop trio) “Look West” (producers: The Furious Seasons; first single: “Longshot”; Hear here) (Stonegarden)
Greys (Toronto punk-grunge quartet) “Warm Shadow” (Hear here) (Carpark, Oct. 5)
Helado Negro (aka Brooklyn-based musician Roberto Lange) “Private Energy” (first single: “Runaround”; Hear here; NPR First Listen; Cassette) (Asthmatic Kitty)
Jack River (aka Australian Holly Rankin) “Highway Songs No. 2” (seven-song EP; second single: “Palo Alto”; Hear here) (Hopeless Utopian)
Matt Kivel (L.A.-based songwriter) “Fires on the Plain” (guests: Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Robin Pecknold, Sophia Knapp, etc.; first single: “Permanence”; See here) (Driftless Recordings)
Aynsley Lister (39-year-old British blues-rock guitarist) “Eyes Wide Open” (first single: “All of Your Love”; Hear here; See here) (Straight Talkin’)
Locos por Juana (Miami-based bilingual Latin jam band) “Caribe” (guests: ChocQuibTown, Talib Kweli, Collie Buddz, Jorge Villamizar, Rocky Dawuni, Akae Beka, Notch, etc.; Hear here) (Rock the Moon Productions)
Annabella Lwin (original Bow Wow Wow singer) “Super Boom” (Hear here) (Secret)
MV & EE “Root/Void” (See here) (Woodist)
Glen Phillips (ex-Toad the Wet Sprocket frontman) “Swallowed by the New” (producer: Paul Bryan; Hear here) (Umami Music)
The Shacks “The Shacks” (first single: “Strange Boy”; Hear here) (Big Crown)
Kate Tempest (English poet, spoken word artist and playwright) “Let Them Eat Chaos” (producer: Dan Carey; first single: “Picture a Vacuum”; Hear here; CD, out Nov. 4) (Fiction)
World5 “Heartbeat of the World” (producer: Joe Gavito; first single: “Man of Action”; Hear here) (Spectra Music Group)
Jon Worthy “May You Live Happily Ever After” (Hear here) (Jon Worthy, Oct. 9)

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Reissues (CDs / vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
AC/DC “Reunion in Dallas: Texas Broadcast 1985” (Good Ship Funke)
Claudio Arrau “The Complete Victor and Columbia Album Collection” (12-CD box set) (Sony Classical)
Eden Atwood “I’m Glad There Is You: The Best of the Concord Years” (14 songs) (Real Gone Music)
The Beach Boys “The Good Vibrations 50th Anniversary Edition [Vinyl]” (sunburst vinyl EP features the original 7-inch single version, with multiple versions of the 1966 classic, plus the B-side, “Let’s Go Away For a While”) (Capitol / UMe)
Sandy Bull “Fantasias For Guitar and Banjo” (1963 album; remastered) (Real Gone Music)
Kenny Burrell “The Complete Albums Collection 1956-1957” (four-CD box set) (Enlightenment)
Natalie Cole “I’m Ready (Expanded Edition)” (1983 album; remastered, with four bonus tracks; Read here) (U.K. – SoulMusic / Cherry Red)
Perry Como “I Think of You / Perry Como In Nashville / Just Out of Reach / Today” (four albums from 1971, 1975 and 1987 on two CDs; remastered) (U.K. – BGO)
The Cranberries “5 Classic Albums” (U.K. – Spectrum Audio / UMC)
Eagles “Live on Air 1980” (Laser Media)
Bill Evans “Original Album Series” (five-CD set includes “New Conversations,” “Affinity,” “You Must Believe in Spring,” “The Paris Concert Edition One” and “The Paris Concert Edition Two”) (U.K. – Warner Jazz)
Percy Faith “The Definitive Collection” (32 songs) (Real Gone Music)
John Fogerty “On the Box: The Television Appearances” (Zip City)
Grateful Dead “Cambodian Refugee Benefit: Oakland Coliseum Broadcast, 13th January 1980” (Golden Rain)
John Hammond “Mirrors” (1967 album; remastered) (Real Gone Music)
Buddy Holly “Four Classic Albums” (remastered two-CD set “That’ll Be The Day,’ “Buddy Holly,” “The Chirping Crickets” and “The Buddy Holly Story, Vol. 2”; Read here) (U.K. – AVID Pop)
John Lee Hooker “The Modern, Chess & Veejay Singles Collection 1949-62” (four-CD, 101-track box set) (Acrobat)
The Intruders “Save the Children (Expanded Edition)” (1973 album; remastered, with Tom Moulton mixes of “I’ll Always Love My Mama” and “[Win, Place or Show] She’s a Winner”) (U.K. – Big Break / Cherry Red)
Mahalia Jackson “Mahalia Jackson Sings: The Great Television Performances” (16 songs) (Real Gone Music)
Stan Kenton “The Essential Early Recordings” (two CDs, 40 songs) (U.K. – Primo)
Evelyn “Champagne” King “The Complete RCA Hits and More!” (two CDs, 24 songs) (Real Gone Music)
Cleo Laine “The Essential Early Recordings” (two CDs, 40 songs) (U.K. – Primo)
Vera Lynn “Yours: The M-G-M Years” (20 tracks) (Sepia)
Madonna “Bits N’ Bobs: Rare Broadcast Performances 1984-1995” (two CDs, 15 songs) (Zip City)
Johnny Mathis “The Complete US Singles As & Bs 1957-62” (two CDs, 51 songs) (Acrobat)
Charles Mingus “The Complete Albums Collection 1953-1957” (four-CD box set), “The Complete Albums Collection 1957-1960” (four-CD box set), “The Complete Albums Collection 1960-1963” (four-CD box set) (Enlightenment)
Eddie Money “The Complete Hits and More!” (two CDs, 24 songs) (Real Gone Music)
The Mustangs “The Best of The Mustangs” (18 songs) (Acrobat)
Pentangle “Finale: An Evening With … Pentangle” (the original lineup’s 2008 reunion show at the Royal Festival Hall) (U.K. – Topic)
People’s Choice “Turn Me Loose (Expanded Edition)” (1978 album; remastered, with three bonus tracks; Read here) (U.K. – Big Break / Cherry Red)
Esther Phillips “Original Album Series” (five-CD set includes “And I Love Him!,” “The Country Side of Esther Phillips,” “Esther,” “Burnin’: Live” and “Confessin’ the Blues”) (U.K. – Atlantic)
Placebo “A Place For Us To Dream: 20 Years of Placebo” (36 tracks, including new song “Jesus’ Son”; Hear here) (U.K. – Elevator Lady / UMC)
Jean-Luc Ponty “Original Album Series Vol. 2” (five-CD set includes “A Taste of Passion,” “Jean-Luc Ponty Live,” “Civilized Evil,” “Mystical Adventures” and “Individual Choice”) (U.K. – Warner Jazz)
Louis Prima “The Absolutely Essential 3 CD Collection” (60-song collection) (U.K. – Big 3)
Leontyne Price “Leontyne Price: Prima Donna Assoluta – Her Ultimate Opera Recordings – Remastered” (22-CD box set) (Sony Classical)
Otis Redding “Complete & Unbelievable … The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul” (1966 album; remastered; two-disc deluxe edition that includes stereo and mono mixes, with eight bonus rarities; Vinyl, with bonus 7-inch) (Rhino / Atlantic)
Lou Reed “The RCA & Arista Album Collection” (17 complete albums, from 1972’s “Lou Reed” to 1986’s “Mistrial”; all newly remastered, under the direction of Reed, before his death on Oct. 27, 2013; Read here; MP3) (RCA / Legacy)
Della Reese “The Singles Collection 1955-62” (two CDs, 55 songs) (Acrobat)
Jim Reeves “Yours Sincerely, Jim Reeves/ Blue Side of Lonesome / A Touch of Sadness / Jim Reeves On Stage” (four albums from 1966, 1967 and 1968 on two CDs; remastered) (U.K. – BGO)
David Lee Roth “Your Filthy Little Mouth” (1994 album, produced by Nile Rodgers; remastered) (Friday Music)
Santana “Bill Graham Memorial 1991” (Iconography)
Nina Simone “60 Essential Recordings” (three CDs) (U.K. – Big 3)
The Zoot Sims Quintet Featuring Bob Brookmeyer “Buried Gold: The Complete 1956 Quintet Recordings” (two CDs, 26 songs) (Acrobat)
Soul II Soul “5 Classic Albums” (U.K. – Spectrum Audio / UMC)
Dusty Springfield “A Very Fine Love (Expanded Collector’s Edition)” (her final album from 1995; remastered, with two bonus tracks and a DVD of promo videos; See here) (U.K. – SFE)
Bruce Springsteen “Dress Rehearsal Broadcast 1992” (two CDs) (Hobo)
John Stewart “The Lonesome Picker Rides Again / Sunstorm” (1971, 1972 albums on one CD, featuring his version of “Daydream Believer”; remastered) (U.K. – BGO)
Suede “Coming Up: 20th Anniversary Edition” (1996 album; remastered, with three extras CDs of B-sides, previously unreleased demos and monitor mixes, and an entire previously unreleased Amsterdam concert from 1996; plus a DVD containing BBC TV appearances and a bonus interview; See here; Read here; Vinyl) (U.K. – Edsel / Demon Music Group)
T. Rex “5 Classic Albums” (U.K. – Spectrum Audio / UMC)
Various artists “Bossa Nova: Four Classic Albums” (remastered two-CD set contains Joao Gilberto’s “Brazil’s Brilliant” and “The Boss of the Bossa Nova,” Walter Wanderley’s “Sucessos Dancantes Em Ritmo de Romance” and Sergio Mendes’s “Dance Moderno”; Read here) (U.K. – AVID Jazz)
Various artists “5 Classic Christmas Albums” (remastered two-CD set includes “Elvis’ Christmas Album,” Bobby Darin’s “The 25th Day of December,” “Merry Christmas From Bobby Vee,” “The 4 Seasons Greetings” and “Christmas With The Everly Brothers”; Read here) (U.K. – AVID Pop)
Various artists “4 Classic Christmas Albums” (remastered two-CD set features Bing Crosby’s “Merry Christmas,” Frank Sinatra’s “A Jolly Christmas,” Dean Martin’s “A Winter Romance” and Nat King Cole’s “The Magic of Christmas”; Read here) (U.K. – AVID Easy)
Various artists “4 Classic Christmas Albums Plus” (remastered two-CD set includes Ella Fitzgerald’s “Ella Wishes You a Swinging Christmas,” Peggy Lee’s “Christmas Carousel,” “Charles Brown Sings Christmas Songs” and Stan Kenton’s “A Merry Christmas,” along with four tracks from Sidney Bechet’s “Joue Noel”; Read here) (U.K. – AVID Jazz)
Various artists “In Case You Missed It: 15 Years of Dualtone” (19-song label retrospective includes new tracks by The Lumineers, Shakey Graves, Ivan & Alyosha, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors and Langhorne Slim & The Law; MP3) (Dualtone)
Various artists “NOW That’s What I Call Merry Christmas” (NOW)
Various artists “Popular Favourites of Yesterday” (30 hits from the 1950s and ’60s) (Sepia)
Tom Verlaine “Tom Verlaine / Dreamtime” (1979, 1981 albums on one CD; remastered) (U.K. – BGO)
Jennifer Warnes “Jennifer Warnes / Shot Through the Heart” (1976, 1979 albums on one CD, featuring “Right Time of the Night” and “I Know a Heartache When I See One”; remastered) (U.K. – BGO)
Grover Washington Jr. “The Definitive Collection” (two CDs, 24 songs, including “Just the Two of Us”; Read here) (U.K. – Robinsongs / Cherry Red)
Johnny Winter “Live Bootleg Series Volume 13” (Friday Music)
Yes “Tales From Topographic Oceans (Deluxe Edition)” (1973 album; remastered; three-CD, one-Blu-ray set, with full album instrumental mixes by Steven Wilson) (U.K. – Panegyric)
Neil Young “Under the Covers: The Songs He Didn’t Write” (Leftfield Media)

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Reissues (MP3s)

Artist: Title: Label:
Ann-Margret “Songs from ‘The Swinger’ and Other Swingin’ Songs” (1966 album) (RCA / Legacy)
Floyd Cramer “Class of ’66” (1966 album) (RCA / Legacy)
Gale Garnett “… New Adventures” (1966 album) (RCA / Legacy)
Neal Hefti “Boeing Boeing (Music From the Score of the Motion Picture)” (1966 album) (RCA / Legacy)
Maurice Jarre “Is Paris Burning? (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (1966 album) (Columbia / Legacy)
Marvin Miller with Marty Gold and His Orchestra “Dr. Seuss Presents ‘If I Ran the Zoo’ and ‘Sleep Book'” (1966 album) (RCA / Legacy)
Various artists “Roger Ramjet and the American Eagles: A Soundtrack Recording” (1966 album) (RCA / Legacy)

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DVD / Blu-ray

Artist(s)/cast: Title: Studio:
Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein, et al “Portlandia: Season Six [DVD]” (two discs) (Unobstructed View Inc.)
Warren Beatty, Julie Christie, et al “McCabe & Mrs. Miller (The Criterion Collection) [DVD]” (1971 film; See/read here; Blu-ray) (Criterion Collection)
Catherine Bell, Bailee Madison, James Denton, et al “Good Witch: Season Two [DVD]” (three discs) (Cinedigm)
Tom Burke, Luke Pasqualino, et al “The Musketeers: Season 3 [DVD]” (three discs; Blu-ray) (BBC Home Entertainment)
David Hasselhoff, Edward Mulhare, et al “Knight Rider: The Complete Series [DVD]” (16 discs; Blu-ray) (Mill Creek Entertainment)
Kix “Can’t Stop the Show: The Return of Kix – A Documentary [DVD/CD]” (See here) (Loud & Proud)
Melissa McCarthy, Billy Gardell “Mike & Molly: The Complete Sixth and Final Season [DVD],” “Mike & Molly: The Complete Series [DVD]” (Warner Home Video)
Gregory Peck “Gregory Peck Centennial Collection [DVD]” (three-disc set contains “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “Cape Fear”) (Universal Studios Home Entertainment)
Burt Reynolds, Dolly Parton, et al “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas [DVD]” (1982 film) (Universal Studios Home Entertainment)
Ray Romano, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary, et al “Ice Age: Collision Course [DVD]” (2016 film; Blu-ray + DVD; Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray; 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray) (20th Century Fox)
Rod Serling, et al “The Twilight Zone: The Complete Series [DVD]” (25-disc box set) (Paramount)
Jeremy Shada, John DiMaggio, Hynden Walch, et al “Adventure Time: The Complete Sixth Season [DVD]” (three discs; Blu-ray) (Warner Home Video)
Tony Shalhoub, Bitty Schram, Ted Levine, et al “Monk: The Complete Series [DVD]” (32-disc box set) (Universal Studios Home Entertainment)
Sheila E., Run-D.M.C., The Fat Boys, et al “Krush Groove [DVD]” (1985 film) (Warner Archive Collection)
Alexander Skarsgård, Samuel L. Jackson, et al “The Legend of Tarzan [DVD]” (2016 film; Blu-ray + DVD; Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray; 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray) (Warner Home Video)
Red Skelton “The Red Skelton Hour In Color [DVD]” (three discs) (Time Life)
Sissy Spacek, Piper Laurie, et al “Carrie (Collector’s Edition) [Blu-ray]” (1976 film; two discs) (Shout! Factory)
James Stewart, Donna Reed, et al “It’s a Wonderful Life (Platinum Anniversary Edition) [DVD]” (1946 film; two discs; Blu-ray) (Paramount)
Yes “Yes Acoustic: Guaranteed No Hiss [DVD]” (2004 performance featuring the classic lineup of Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Chris Squire, Alan White and Rick Wakeman; See here) (Arena Music)

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Music Books

Subject/ Author(s): Title: Publisher:
The Beatles “Tune In: The Beatles – All These Years” (Paperback) (Three Rivers Press)
Beyoncé “Becoming Beyoncé: The Untold Story” (Paperback; author: J. Randy Taraborrelli) (Grand Central Publishing)
David Bowie “The Golden Years: David Bowie” (Hardcover; author: Robert Griffin) (Omnibus)
Brinsley Schwarz “Brinsley Schwarz: Happy Doing What We’re Doing” (Paperback; author: John Blaney) (Paper Jukebox)
Nick Cave “Comfort Eating with Nick Cave: Vegan Recipes to Get Deep Inside of You” (Paperback; illustrations by Automne Zingg; recipes by Joshua Ploeg) (Microcosm Publishing)
Elvis Costello “Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink” (Paperback) (Blue Rider Press)
The Cure “Cured: A Tale of Two Imaginary Boys” (Hardcover; author: band co-founder Lol Tolhurst) (Da Capo Press)
Thomas Dolby “The Speed of Sound: Breaking the Barriers Between Music and Technology (A Memoir)” (Hardcover; Kindle) (Flatiron Books)
George Harrison “George Harrison: Behind the Locked Door” (Paperback; author: Graeme Thomson) (The Overlook Press)
Ziggy Marley “Ziggy Marley and Family Cookbook: Whole, Organic Ingredients and Delicious Meals from the Marley Kitchen” (Hardcover) (Akashic Books)
Morrissey “Defensive Eating with Morrissey: Vegan Recipes from the One You Left Behind” (Paperback; illustrations by Automne Zingg; recipes by Joshua Ploeg) (Microcosm Publishing)
Toby Mott “Oh So Pretty: Punk in Print 1976-1980” (Paperback) (Phaidon Press)
Bernie Nelson “Honky Tonk Angels: Stories of God’s Influence on Nashville’s Most Iconic Songs” (Paperback) (Heritage Builders)
David Nichols “Dig: Australian Popular Music, 1960-85” (Paperback) (Verse Chorus Press)
Jimmy Page “No Quarter: The Three Lives of Jimmy Page” (Hardcover; author: Martin Power) (Omnibus Press)
Pink Floyd “Syd Barrett & Pink Floyd: Dark Globe” (Paperback; revised edition; author: Julian Palacios) (Plexus Publishing)
Simon Reynolds “Shock and Awe: Glam Rock and Its Legacy, from the Seventies to the Twenty-first Century” (Paperback; Kindle) (Dey Street Books)
Paul Simon “Homeward Bound: The Life of Paul Simon” (Hardcover; author: Peter Ames Carlin; Kindle) (Henry Holt and Co.)
John Snelson “How to Enjoy Opera” (Paperback) (Oberon Books)
Ringo Starr “Ringo: With a Little Help” (Paperback; author: Michael Seth Starr) (Backbeat Books)
Taylor Swift “Taylor Swift: This Is Our Song” (Hardcover; author: Tyler Conroy; Kindle) (Simon & Schuster)
Brian Wilson “I Am Brian Wilson: A Memoir” (Hardcover; co-author: Ben Greenman) (Da Capo Press)

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