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New Releases: Sept. 30, 2016

New Releases (CDs / vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
The Agonist (Montreal metal band) “Five” (Hear here; MP3) (Napalm)
Gerald Albright “G” (Hear here) (A Train Entertainment)
Alex & Sierra (L.A.-based pop duo) “As Seen On TV” (five cover versions, including Britney Spears’ “Toxic,” with three new original tracks; See here; MP3) (The A&S Partnership)
Herb Alpert “Human Nature” (electronic and dance-infused album, featuring five original compositions and reimagining of classics like Michael Jackson’s “Human Nature,” Burt Bacharach’s “Alfie” and “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” and Bacharach and Elvis Costello’s “Look Up Again”; Hear here; MP3) (Herb Alpert Presents)
Apothek (Norwegian duo) “Apothek” (Hear here) (Propeller Recordings)
Auras (Canadian progressive metal band) “Heliospectrum” (producer: Anthony Calabretta; first single: “Waterstone”; Hear here; See here; MP3; iTunes) (eOne Music / Good Fight Music)
Bad Seed Rising (Maryland rock quartet) “Awake in Color” (producer: Drew Fulk; first single: “I Can Feel You”; See here; MP3) (Roadrunner)
Banks “The Altar” (producers: Tim Anderson, Al Shux; second single: “Gemini Feed”; Hear here; MP3) (Harvest)
W. Kamau Bell (socio-political comedian; host of the CNN docu-series “United Shades of America”) “W. Kamau Bell: Semi-Prominent Negro” (his first solo stand-up special for Showtime, filmed in Brooklyn, was directed by Morgan Spurlock; Hear here; See here; MP3) (Kill Rock Stars)
Bellows (songwriter-producer Oliver Kalb) “Fist & Palm” (new single: “Orange Juice”; Hear here) (Double Double Whammy)
Big Jesus (Atlanta quartet) “Oneiric” (producer: Matt Hyde; first single: “SP”; Hear here; See here; MP3) (Mascot / Mascot Label Group)
Wallis Bird “Home” (Hear here) (Mount Silver / Caroline International)
Bon Iver “22, A Million” (the Justin Vernon project’s first since 2011; Hear here; Vinyl; Cassette; MP3) (Jagjaguwar)
Doyle Bramhall II “Rich Man” (his first solo album in more than 10 years; guest: Norah Jones; Hear here; Read here) (Doyle Bramhall II)
Danny Brown (Detroit rapper) “Atrocity Exhibition” (guests: Kendrick Lamar, Earl Sweatshirt, Ab-Soul, B-Real, Petite Noir, Kelela; See here; Read here; MP3) (Warp)
Kristin Chenoweth “The Art of Elegance” (Hear here) (Concord)
The Computers (garage soul, punk-n-roll from Exeter, U.K.) “Birth/Death” (producer: David McEwan; Hear here) (One Little Indian)
Croatian Amor (Copenhagen-based artist Loke Rahbek) “Love Means Taking Action” (first single: “An Angel Gets His Wings Clipped”; Hear here; MP3) (Alter / Posh Isolation)
Crowbar “The Serpent Only Lies” (Hear here) (eOne Music)
Craig David “Following My Intuition” (guests: Big Narstie, Blonde, Sigala, Hardwell, Kaytranada; new single: “Ain’t Giving Up”; Hear here) (U.K. – Insanity / Sony)
Deacon Blue “The Believers” (producer: Paul Savage; first single: “The Believers”; Hear here) (earMUSIC)
Drive-By Truckers “American Band” (first single: “Surrender Under Protest”; Hear here; NPR First Listen; Vinyl; MP3) (ATO)
Dusky (London house duo) “Outer” (guests: Gary Numan, Wiley, Solomon Grey, Pedestrian; second single: “Sort It Out Sharon”; Hear here; MP3) (Astralwerks)
Epica “The Holographic Principle” (first single: “Universal Death Squad”; Hear here; MP3) (Nuclear Blast)
Sully Erna (Godsmack lead singer) “Hometown Life” (first single: “Hometown Life”; Hear here; Vinyl, with download card; MP3) (BMG Rights Management)
EZTV (NYC trio) “High in Place” (producers: EZTV; first single: “High Flying Faith,” feat. Jenny Lewis; Hear here; MP3) (Captured Tracks)
Feeder “All Bright Electric” (first single: “Universe of Life”; Hear here; MP3; MP3 Deluxe Edition, with three extra tracks) (Cooking Vinyl)
Angelica Garcia (22-year-old Richmond-based singer-songwriter) “Medicine for Birds” (producer: Charlie Peacock; first single: “Orange Flower”; Hear here) (Warner)
The Grand Undoing “Sparks Rain Down From the Lights of Love” (producer: frontman Seth Goodman; Hear here) (Secret Candy Rock)
The Growlers “City Club” (producers: Julian Casablancas, Shawn Everett; first single: “City Club”; Hear here; MP3) (Cult)
Fred Hammond “Worship Journal Live” (his first live recording in 17 years; first single: “Father Jesus Spirit”; Hear here; MP3) (RCA Inspiration)
Jenny Hval “Blood Bitch” (first single: “Female Vampire”; Hear here; NPR First Listen; MP3) (Sacred Bones)
Il Volo with Plácido Domingo “Notte Magica: A Tribute to Three Tenors” (Sony Masterworks)
Joan of Arc “He’s Got The Whole This Land Is Your Land In His Hands” (Hear here) (Joyful Noise Recordings)
Leila Josefowicz, St. Louis Symphony & David Robertson “John Adams: Scheherazade.2” (NPR First Listen; Vinyl; MP3) (Nonesuch)
Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster (singer-guitarist for Water Liars) “Constant Stranger” (first single: “Headed South”; Hear here; MP3) (Big Legal Mess / Fat Possum)
krief (The Dears’ Patrick Krief) “automanic” (double album; guest: Sam Roberts; new single: “Deo Gratias”; Hear here; MP3) (Culvert Music)
Amy Lee “Dream Too Much” (a new Amazon Original children’s album from the Evanescence singer; Hear here; MP3) (Amy Lee Music)
Chuck Loeb “Unspoken” (Hear here; MP3) (Shanachie)
Lordi “Monstereophonic (Theaterror vs. Demonarchy)” (producer: Nino Laurenne; Hear here) (AFM)
Mandolin Orange (North Carolina bluegrass duo) “Blindfaller” (Hear here; MP3) (Yep Roc)
Marillion “F E A R” (stands for “Fuck Everyone And Run”; their 18th album; Hear here; MP3) (earMUSIC)
Reed Mathis “Beathoven” (newly reimagined jamtronica versions of Beethoven’s Symphonies 3 and 6; guests: Page McConnell, Mike Gordon, Marco Benevento, Joe Russo, the Barr Brothers, Robert Walter, Stanton Moore; Hear here) (The Royal Potato Family)
mc chris “mc chris is dreaming” (first single: “Freddy’s Dead”; Hear here) (MC Chris LLC)
Tor Miller (NYC-based singer-songwriter) “American English” (new single: “Carter & Cash”; See here; MP3) (Glassnote)
Mr. Oizo (French producer-songwriter) “All Wet” (guests: Skrillex, Charli XCX, Peaches, Boys Noize, etc.; first single: “End of the World”; Hear here; MP3; iTunes) (Ed Banger / Because Music)
William Michael Morgan “Vinyl” (producers: Jimmy Ritchey, Scott Hendricks; See here; MP3) (Warner Music Nashville)
Van Morrison “Keep Me Singing” (his 36th studio album; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; MP3) (Caroline)
The Mowgli’s “Where’d Your Weekend Go?” (producer: Mike Green; new single: “Spacin Out”; Hear here) (Photo Finish)
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Friends “Circlin’ Back: Celebrating 50 Years” (all-star show, filmed in September 2015 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, aired on PBS; guests: Jackson Browne, John Prine, Sam Bush, Vince Gill, Rodney Crowell, Jerry Douglas, Jerry Jeff Walker, Alison Krauss, etc.; See here) (Warner Music Nashville)
Opeth “Sorceress” (producer: Tom Dalgety; Hear here; Vinyl; MP3) (Moderbolaget / Nuclear Blast)
Pixies “Head Carrier” (producer: Tom Dalgety; first single: “Um Chagga Lagga”; Hear here; NPR First Listen; MP3) (Pixiesmusic / PIAS America)
John Prine “For Better, or Worse” (duets album, featuring Alison Krauss, Miranda Lambert, Susan Tedeschi, Kathy Mattea, Lee Ann Womack, Iris Dement, etc.; Hear/read here; NPR First Listen; MP3) (Oh Boy)
Public Access T.V. (NYC rock quartet) “Never Enough” (first single: “Sudden Emotion”; Hear here; MP3; iTunes) (Cinematic Music Group)
The Quireboys “Twisted Love” (producers: The Quireboys, Martin Ekelund; Hear here; MP3) (Off Yer Rocka Recordings)
Resonators (Brighton, U.K.-based dub-reggae collective) “Imaginary People” (Hear here; See here) (Wah Wah 45s)
Jason Sharp “A Boat Upon Its Blood” (Hear here; MP3) (Constellation)
Skinny Lister (London six-piece folk-pop-punk band) “The Devil, the Heart and the Fight” (first single: “Wanted”; Hear here; MP3) (Xtra Mile Recordings)
Slaves “Take Control” (guests: Beastie Boys’ Mike D, Baxter Dury; first single: “Spit It Out”; Hear here; MP3) (Virgin)
Regina Spektor “Remember Us To Life” (first single: “Bleeding Heart”; Hear here; Deluxe Edition; Vinyl; MP3; MP3 Deluxe Edition, with three extra tracks) (Sire)
Suicidal Tendencies “World Gone Mad” (singer Mike Muir says this may be the group’s final studio album; Hear here; Vinyl) (Suicidal)
S U R V I V E (Austin experimental synth quartet) “RR7349” (first single: “A.H.B.”; Hear here; MP3) (Relapse)
Yann Tiersen “EUSA” (his first album of solo piano music, recorded at Abbey Road; first single: “Roc’h ar Vugale”; See here; MP3) (Mute)
Ultimate Painting (London duo) “Dusk” (first single: “Bills”; Hear here) (Trouble in Mind)
Vanishing Twin (London oblique pop ensemble) “Choose Your Own Adventure” (Hear here; MP3) (Soundway)
Nick Waterhouse “Never Twice” (first single: “It’s Time”; Hear here; MP3) (Innovative Leisure)
Bob Weir “Blue Mountain” (his first solo album in more than 10 years; songs written with Josh Ritter; producer: Josh Kaufman; NPR First Listen; Read here; MP3) (Columbia / Legacy)
Winterfylleth (Manchester, U.K., black metal quartet) “The Dark Hereafter” (first single: “Ensigns of Victory”; Hear here; MP3) (Candlelight / Spinefarm)
With Our Arms to the Sun (post-metal band) “Orenda” (producer: Buzz Osborne; Hear here) (Fade to Silence)
The Wytches “All Your Happy Life” (producer: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds drummer Jim Sclavunos; Hear here; Read here; MP3) (PIAS America)
Yello “Toy” (guests: Malia, Fifi Rong; first single: “Limbo”; See here; Read here; MP3) (Polydor)
Yellowcard “Yellowcard” (the band says this is its final album and world tour; producers: frontman Ryan Key, guitarist Ryan Mendez; executive producer: Neal Avron; first single: “Rest in Peace”; Hear here; See here; Vinyl) (Hopeless)

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New Releases (MP3s)

Artist: Title: Label:
All Sons & Daughters (Christian worship music duo) “Poets & Saints” (first single: “I Surrender”; Hear here; See here) (Integrity Music)
Belle Mare (NYC duo) “Heaven Forget” (producer: Ben Baptie; new single: “Feel You Against My Heart”; Hear here) (Belle Mare)
Black Marble “It’s Immaterial” (Hear here; Read here; CD, out Oct. 14) (Ghostly International)
Blue House (London pop duo) “Suppose” (first single: “Albert Plays The Euphonium”; Hear here) (Whipped Cream)
Marc Broussard “Save Our Soul II: Soul on a Mission” (covers of ’50s and 60s hits, such as “Baby Workout,” “Twistin’ the Night Away,” “What Becomes of the Brokenhearted,” “I Was Made to Love Her,” etc.; guests: Huey Lewis, J.J. Grey; Hear here) (G-Man Touring Inc)
Brian Culbertson “Funk!” (first single: “Been Around the World”; Hear here) (BCM Entertainment)
The Cut Losses (Langley, British Columbia, indie-electro band) “Lightning Dolphin” (first single: “My Valentine”; Hear here; See here) (Cedar Street)
Will Erickson “The Five Year Weight” (first single: “Two for One”; Hear here) (The Red Beard Group)
Famous Last Words “The Incubus” (first single: “Pretty in Porcelain”; See here) (Revival Recordings)
Fenix TX “CRE.EP” (five-song EP is the band’s first studio release since 2001; Hear here) (Cyber Tracks)
Tanya Gallagher (Vancouver-based singer-songwriter) “Virginia” (producer: Brandon Hoffman; first single: “Virginia”; Hear here) (Tanya Gallagher)
Les Gordon (French producer) “Abyss” (five-song EP; first single: “Paradise,” feat. Tel Aviv singer ADI; Hear here) (Maison Kitsuné)
Grapell (Swedish duo) “Love Chamber” (five-song EP; guests: Many Voices Speak, Victor Brodin, Björn Arkö, Jonas Holmedal, Daniel Westin; first single: “Every Time…”; Hear here) (Roll Call)
Aldous Harding (New Zealand singer-songwriter) “Aldous Harding” (producer: Ben Edwards; first single: “Stop Your Tears”; Hear here) (Flying Nun)
Chase Huglin “You Deserve an Island” (first single: “Pills”; Hear here; Vinyl) (InVogue)
Nicolas Jaar (Chilean-American composer-musician) “Sirens” (Hear here) (Other People)
Luna Aura (L.A.-based electro-pop artist) “Madhouse” (five-song EP; producer: Evan Gartner; Hear here) (Luna Aura)
Mylko (Mexico City-based electronic duo) “Contrast” (first single: “Bloom”; Hear here; See here) (Reverbatim)
My Silent Bravery “Breakthrough” (first single: “Warning Signs”; See here) (MWS, Sept. 28)
Naked (experimental-pop duo) “Zone” (producers: Paul Corley, Naked; Hear here; See here) (LuckyMe)
The New English Beat feat. Ranking Roger “Bounce” (producer: Mick Lister; first single: “Walking On the Wrong Side”; See here; Import CD) (DMF Music)
Oathbreaker (Belgian hardcore punk band) “Rheia” (first single: “Needles In Your Skin”; Hear here) (Deathwish Inc.)
Pegasus Warning (aka Guillermo E. Brown, drummer in Karen, the house band on “The Late Late Show With James Corden”) “PwEP2” (six-song EP; Hear here) (Melanin Harmonique)
Ricko “The Slick Rick LP” (first single: “God Saved Me”; Hear here) (CRMG, Sept. 29)
Phil Rudd (former AC/DC drummer) “Head Job” (Hear here) (Wave 365 Media)
Skyward (Charlottesville, Va.-based alt-rock band) “Skyward” (producers: James McCurley, Jerry Guidroz; first single: “Animal”; Hear here; See here) (Skyward)
Glenn Smyth “A Sense of Freedom” (five-song EP; producer: Dave McCabe; new single: “Lost and Found”; Hear here) (Come and See, Oct. 1)
Solange “A Seat at the Table” (the R&B star’s first album in eight years; guests: Lil Wayne, The-Dream, BJ The Chicago Kid, Kelly Rowland, Master P, Nia Andrews, Sampha, Kelela, etc.; Hear here) (Columbia)
Tele Novella (Austin macabre-pop band) “House of Souls” (first single: “Heavy Balloon”; Hear here) (Yellow Year)
Luke Winslow-King (New Orleans-based Delta blues artist) “I’m Glad Trouble Don’t Last Always” (Hear/read here) (Bloodshot)

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Reissues (CDs / vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
Brian Auger “Back to the Beginning … Again: The Brian Auger Anthology, Volume 2” (25 songs; Hear/read here; Vinyl) (Freestyle)
Blonde Redhead “Masculin Féminin” (two-CD, 37-song compilation of the band’s first two albums for Steve Shelley’s Smells Like Records in the 1990s; Hear here; See here; Vinyl; MP3) (Numero Group)
Eric Clapton “Live in San Diego With Special Guest JJ Cale” (16-song concert from March 15, 2007; guests: Robert Cray, Derek Trucks, Doyle Bramhal II; See here; Read here; Vinyl; MP3) (Reprise)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer “Trilogy” (1972 album; two discs; Vinyl), “Brain Salad Surgery” (1973 album; two discs; Vinyl), “Welcome back, my friends, to the show that never ends – Ladies and Gentlemen” (1974 album; two discs; Vinyl) (BMG Rights Management)
Entombed “The Best of Entombed” (Earache)
Erroll Garner “Ready Take One” (14 unreleased studio performances, culled from recently discovered 1967, 1969 and 1971 sessions; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; MP3) (Columbia / Legacy)
Emil Gilels “Emil Gilels: The Complete RCA and Columbia Album Collection” (seven-CD box set) (Sony Classical)
Vince Guaraldi Trio “A Charlie Brown Christmas (50th Anniversary Gift Pack)” (two CDs) (Fantasy)
Hawkwind “The Charisma Years 1976-1979” (four-CD box set) (U.K. – Atomhenge)
Jimi Hendrix “Machine Gun: Jimi Hendrix The Fillmore East First Show 12/31/1969” (with bassist Billy Cox and drummer Buddy Miles, newly mixed by Eddie Kramer from the original 1″ eight-track masters; Hear here; Vinyl; MP3) (Experience Hendrix / Legacy)
Chet Ivey “A Dose of Soul: The Sylvia Funk Recordings 1971-75” (18 songs; Hear here) (U.K. – BGP)
Melanie “Born to Be” (1968 album; remastered) (U.K. – Talking Elephant)
Morbid Angel “The Best of Morbid Angel” (12 tracks) (Earache)
Graham Parker “These Dreams Will Never Sleep: The Best of Graham Parker 1976-2015” (six-CD, one-DVD career box set, with a 36-page hardcover book, etc.) (U.K. – UMC)
Steve Reich “Steve Reich – The ECM Recordings” (three CDs) (ECM)
Rituals of Mine (Sacramento duo formerly known as Sister Crayon) “Devoted” (2015 album; remastered; Hear here; MP3) (Warner)
The Rolling Stones “The Rolling Stones in mono” (15-CD box set of early recordings, with a new compilation titled “Stray Cats” featuring non-album B-sides and rarities; Read here; 16-LP box set; MP3) (UMe)
Sting “Sting – The Studio Collection” (11-LP box set), “Brand New Day” (1999; double LP), “Sacred Love” (2003; double LP) (A&M / UMe)
Syreeta “The Rita Wright Years: Rare Motown 1967-1970” (24 tracks; Read here) (U.K. – Kent / Ace)
Temple of the Dog (the Seattle supergroup has reunited and will tour for the first time) “Temple of the Dog (25th Anniversary Reissue)” (1991 album, newly mixed by Brendan O’Brien; also available as a four-disc Super Deluxe set, a double LP and a single CD; MP3) (A&M / UMe)
Various artists “Let’s Go Down and Blow Our Minds: The British Psychedelic Sounds of 1967” (three CDs, 80 songs; Read here) (U.K. – Grapefruit)
Various artists “Let It Be: Black America Sings Lennon, McCartney & Harrison” (22 tracks, featuring Bill Withers, Aretha Franklin, The Four Tops, Nina Simone, The Supremes, Ike & Tina Turner, The Temptations, Isaac Hayes, Boyz II Men, etc.; Hear/read here) (U.K. – Ace)
Fats Waller “Ain’t Misbehavin'” (12 songs; MP3) (RCA)
Weather Report “Tale Spinnin’ [Hybrid SACD]” (1975 album; remastered) (Audio Fidelity)

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Reissues (MP3s)

Artist: Title: Label:
As It Is (U.K. pop rockers) “Never Happy, Ever After” (2015 album; MP3 Deluxe Edition, with four extra tracks) (Fearless)
At the Drive-In “In/Casino/Out” (1998 album), “Vaya” (1999 album) (Fearless)
Doris Day “Wonderful Day” (1961 compilation, with two bonus tracks), “You’ll Never Walk Alone” (1962 album) (Columbia / Legacy)
The Faint “CAPSULE: 1999-2016” (19-track retrospective, including two new songs, “Skylab1979” and “ESP”; Hear here) (Saddle Creek)
Marianne Faithfull “No Exit” (highlights from her 2014 tour; CD, out Oct. 14) (earMUSIC)
Milt Jackson “Olinga” (1974 album, with two bonus tracks) (Epic / Legacy)

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DVD / Blu-ray

Artist(s)/cast: Title: Studio:
Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Lady Gaga, et al “American Horror Story: Hotel [DVD]” (four discs; Blu-ray) (20th Century Fox)
Raymond Burr, Barbara Hale, et al “Perry Mason: The Complete Series [DVD]” (72-disc box set) (Paramount)
David Hasselhoff, Edward Mulhare, et al “Knight Rider: The Complete Series [DVD]” (16 discs; Blu-ray) (Mill Creek Entertainment)
Don Johnson, Philip Michael Thomas, et al “Miami Vice: The Complete Series [DVD]” (20-disc box set; Blu-ray) (Mill Creek Entertainment)
James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, et al “X-Men: Apocalypse [DVD]” (20-disc box set; Blu-ray + DVD; Blu-ray 3D; 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray) (20th Century Fox)
Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duval, et al “The Shining” (1980 film; Blu-ray + DVD with collectible T-shirt) (Warner Home Video)
Prince “Purple Rain [Blu-ray]” (1984 film), “Under the Cherry Moon [Blu-ray]” (1986 film), “Graffiti Bridge [Blu-ray]” (1990 film; Read here), “Prince Movie Collection [Blu-ray]” (three-pack, includes “Purple Rain,” “Graffiti Bridge” and “Under the Cherry Moon”) (Warner Home Video)

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Music Books

Subject/ Author(s): Title: Publisher:
Count Basie “Good Morning Blues: The Autobiography of Count Basie” (Paperback; as told to Albert Murray) (University of Minnesota Press)
The Beach Boys “Wouldn’t It Be Nice: Brian Wilson and the Making of the Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds” (Paperback; author: Charles L. Granata; Kindle) (Chicago Review Press)
Steven Blush “New York Rock: From the Rise of The Velvet Underground to the Fall of CBGB” (Paperback; Kindle) (St. Martin’s Griffin)
David Bowie “Bowie: Album by Album” (Paperback; author: Paolo Hewitt) (Insight Editions)
T Bone Burnett “T Bone Burnett: A Life in Pursuit” (Hardcover; author: Lloyd Sachs; Kindle) (University of Texas Press)
Cherry Vanilla “Lick Me: How I Became Cherry Vanilla” (Paperback; Kindle) (Chicago Review Press)
Dominque DuPuis “Vinyl: All You Need to Know” (Hardcover + LP package) (Earbooks)
Leo Early “The Grande Ballroom: Detroit’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Palace” (Paperback) (The History Press)
John Farnham “Playing to Win: The Definitive Biography of John Farnham” (Kindle; author: Jeff Apter) (Nero)
Tom T. Hall “The Storyteller’s Nashville: An Inside Look at Country Music’s Gritty Past” (Paperback, revised and expanded) (Spring House Press)
Nick Harper “Marshall: The Book of Loud” (Hardcover) (Mitchell Beazley)
Iron Maiden “Iron Maiden: The Ultimate Illustrated History of the Beast (Updated)” (Hardcover; author: Neil Daniels) (Voyageur Press)
Tim Lawrence “Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor, 1980-1983” (Paperback) (Duke University Press Books)
Gered Mankowitz “Gered Mankowitz: Rock and Roll Photography” (Flexibound; forewords by Annie Lennox, Keith Richards and Bill Wyman) (Carlton Books)
Curtis Mayfield “Traveling Soul: The Life of Curtis Mayfield” (Hardcover; author: son Todd Mayfield, with Travis Atria) (Chicago Review Press)
Paul McCartney “Conversations with McCartney” (Hardcover; author: Paul Du Noyer; Kindle) (The Overlook Press)
Barry Miles, Grant Scott and Johnny Morgan “The Greatest Album Covers of All Time” (Hardcover) (Collins & Brown)
David Nolan “I Swear I Was There: Sex Pistols, Manchester and the Gig that Changed the World” (Paperback) (John Blake)
Prince “Prince: Purple Reign” (Hardcover; author: Mick Wall) (Trapeze)
Lou Reed “Dirty Blvd.: The Life and Music of Lou Reed” (Paperback; author: Aidan Levy; Free Preview) (Chicago Review Press)
John Riordan “Sound and Vision: A Guide to Music’s Cult Artists – From Punk, Alternative, and Indie Through to Hip Hop, Dance Music, and Beyond” (Hardcover) (CICO Books)
Sailor “Sailor: The Official Biography” (Paperback; author: James McCarraher) (Wymer Publishing)
Frank Sinatra “Sinatra: The Legend and the Voice: 100 Years” (Paperback; author: Glenn Dunks) (Wilkinson Press)
Michael Buffalo Smith “Capricorn Rising: Conversations in Southern Rock” (Paperback) (Mercer University Press)
The Stooges “The Stooges – Head On: A Journey Through the Michigan Underworld” (Paperback; author: Brett Callwood; Kindle) (John Blake)
Lacey Sturm (co-founder of Flyleaf) “The Mystery: Finding True Love in a World of Broken Lovers” (Paperback; Kindle) (Baker Books)
Andy Vastagh and Robert Lee “Rock Art: A Gig Poster Coloring Book” (Paperback) (Spring House Press)
Patrick Sullivan “That’s So ’90s Pop: A Fill-In Activity Book” (Paperback) (Clarkson Potter)

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Cool Stuff

Manufacturer: Product: Release Date:
Ernie Ball Music Man “662-BV-50-00 Solid Body Electric Guitar, Black Lava” (Read here) (Oct. 1)

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