Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Deadpool & Wolverine (Original Soundtrack),” various artists – July 26

“Adore U,” Khalid – Aug. 2

“Drive My Car,” Bill Wyman – Aug. 9

“From China to Appalachia,” Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer with Chao Tian – Aug. 16

“Do You Still Think of Me?,” Benny Trokan – Aug. 23

“American Standard,” Uniform – Aug. 23

“Blame It On Eve,” Shemekia Copeland – Aug. 30

“Death or Glory,” Palaye Royale – Aug. 30

“More Fun With Rockin’ Dopsie Jr. and the Zydeco Twisters,” Rockin’ Dopsie Jr. and the Zydeco Twisters – Aug. 30

“MAGNOLIA (The Bauhaus Tapes),” Jules Ahoi – Sept. 6

“Moggs Motel,” Phil Mogg – Sept. 6

“Crime in Australia,” Party Dozen – Sept. 6

“Some Place To Rest Easy,” Bob Sumner – Sept. 6

“Cascade,” Floating Points – Sept. 13

“1967: Vacations in the Past,” Robyn Hitchcock – Sept. 13

“Loveless II,” Loveless – Sept. 13

“When We Were Kings,” Stryper – Sept. 13

“Like All Before You,” Julian Casblancas+The Voidz – Sept. 20

“Viva Tu,” Manu Chao – Sept. 20

“The Set,” Jerry Douglas – Sept. 20

“Barely Blue,” Midland – Sept. 20

“SODA,” The Rubens – Sept. 20

“Always Happy to Explode,” Sunset Rubdown – Sept. 20

“HIGH,” Keith Urban – Sept. 20

“Chariot 20,” Gavin DeGraw – Sept. 27

“Nite Owls,” JD McPherson – Sept. 27

“It’s Christmas,” Tower of Power – Sept. 27

“13,” Frank Beltrame Italian Stiletto with Bison Horn Grips,” Xiu Xiu – Sept. 27

“All the Days,” The Devlins – Oct. 4

“Bloom,” Hattie Whitehead – Oct. 4

“The Great American Bar Scene,” Zach Bryan – CD + Vinyl: Oct. 11

“When I Get Through,” Breymer – Oct. 18

“Dotr,” LP Giobbi – Oct. 18

New Music Friday: July 12, 2024

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Reissues

“The Moon and the Melodies,” Harold Budd & Cocteau Twins – Aug. 23

“Troubadour,” Dorothy Carter – Aug. 30

“Poor Man’s Rich Man 1978-1987,” Steve Marriott – Sept. 6

“Lament (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition),” Ultravox – Sept. 6

“County Fair 2000,” Phil Alvin – Sept. 20

“The Rarities Series,” Curved Air – Sept. 20

“My Love Is Free: The Salsoul Recordings (1976-1979),” Double Exposure – Sept. 20

“The 1974 Live Recordings,” Bob Dylan and The Band – Sept. 20

“The Definitive Collection,” Midnight Star – Sept. 20

“New Arrangements and Duets,” Van Morrison – Sept. 27

“Where Is My Mind? The Atco Recordings 1967-1969,” Vanilla Fudge – Sept. 27

“Cut Me Deep: A Story of Indie Pop 1985-1989,” various artists – Sept. 27

“Pour a Little Sugar On It: The Chewy, Chewy Sounds of American Bubblegum 1966-1971,” various artists – Sept. 27

“Tomorrow’s Here Today: 35 Years of Lighting Seeds,” Lightning Seeds – Oct. 4

“All This Crazy Gift of Time: The Recordings 1969-1973,” Kevin Ayers – Oct. 18

Vinyl

“Reventó,” Héctor Lavoe – Aug. 23

“Prelusion,” Patrice Rushen – Aug. 23

“The Curse (20th Anniversary),” Atreyu – Sept. 6

“Parachutes,” “A Rush of Blood to the Head” and “X&Y,” Coldplay – Sept. 13

Whether yellow, black or white / Each and every man's the same inside

R.I.P.

Joe Bonsall (The Oak Ridge Boys)

Joe Egan (Stealers Wheel)

Mary Martin (veteran artist manager and A&R executive who championed Keith Urban)

This Week In … 1965

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch),” The Four Tops

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “A Little Bit of Heaven,” Ronnie Dove (from No. 32 to No. 20)

Highest Debut (No. 42) – “I’m Henry VIII, I Am,” Herman’s Hermits

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Sitting in the Park,” Billy Stewart (from No. 73 to No. 49)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “And I Love Him,” Esther Phillips

No. 1 Album – “Mary Poppins (Original Cast Soundtrack),” Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, et al

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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