Updates / Additions

New Releases

“Reconnected,” Hurricane – Sept. 8

“The 4th Album,” The Record Company – Sept. 15

“where we are,” Joshua Redman – Sept. 15

“The Devil Always Collects,” Brian Setzer – Sept. 15

“Media Consumption Pyramid,” Datarock – Sept. 29

Reissues

“Rose Marie Sings: The Complete Mercury Recordings & More,” Rose Marie – Aug. 11

“Billion Dollar Babies (Quadio),” Alice Cooper – Sept. 8

“Who’s Next | Life House (Deluxe Edition),” The Who – Sept. 15

This Week's Vinyl Releases

Vinyl

“Joy to the World,” Faith Hill – Sept. 1

“Odeon Budokan,” Neil Young with Crazy Horse – Sept. 1

“The Boy With the Arab Strap,” Belle & Sebastian – Nov. 3

“Live at Club Mozambique,” Grant Green – Nov. 3

“Boy in Da Corner (20th Anniversary Edition),” Dizzee Rascal – Nov. 3

Just Released

(surprise releases + more)

“They Cloned Tyrone (Music from and Inspired by the Netflix Film),” various artists (Hear here; Republic)

“Charlie Faye & The Fanimals,” Charlie Faye & The Fanimals (modern-day ‘60s girl group’s debut album; Hear here; Daydream Believer)

“Desgenerados Mixtape,” Mau y Ricky (17 tracks; Why Club Records / Warner Music Latina)

“Young Old Man,” Albert Kass (Hear here; Home School)

“Selling You,” T.R. Burge (five-song EP; producer: Robbie Moore; new single: “Ride This Rail”; T.R. Burge)

“Strays,” The Americans (five-song EP; new single: “When You Get back”; Hear here; Incandescent Records)

“Big Two-Hearted River: Part II,” P.J.M. Bond (three-song EP; Concerto Records)

Why do birds suddenly appear / Every time you are near?

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Long Time Coming, PJ Western
Kashmir, Lindsey Stirling (a cover of Led Zeppelin)
IWNSLY (I Will Never Stop Loving You), NALA, The Dandy Warhols & Debbie Harry
we all could use some help, Wrabel
We Can Be Anything, Baby Queen
Highlight, Softee & Digitalism
Puppy, Birthh
COORDINATE, H3rizon
Laten (Banda Sonora Original Documental Tañen Furo), Idoipe
Anything Is Possible, Brewflies
acceptances (orchestral expansion), Lara Somogyi & Cyrus Reynolds
Sad Sugar, New Friends
Teach Me, Chonna
Dirty Halo, Blacklist Union
Except, D.N.A & Danko

R.I.P.

Ian Emes (British film director who worked with Pink Floyd, Duran Duran, et al)

Vince Hill (British pop singer, best known for his 1967 hit “Edelweiss”)

This Week In … 1967

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Windy,” The Association

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “A Girl Like You”, The Young Rascals (from No. 61 to No. 31)

Top Debut (No. 51) – “Pleasant Valley Sunday,” The Monkees

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “To Love Somebody,” Bee Gees (from No. 79 to No. 42)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Omaha,” Moby Grape

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