Updates Updates / Additions 4.4.2020

Published on April 4th, 2020 | by Gerry Galipault


Updates / Additions: A slew of rescheduled releases and more

Updates / Additions (as of April 4, 2020) … this will be updated throughout the day as new releases come in, so check back frequently:


“NOW That’s What I Call Music! 74,” various artists – May 1

“Mutable Set,” Blake Mills – May 8

“Copy That,” Sara Evans – May 15

“The Night You Wrote That Song: The Songs of Mickey Newbury,” Gretchen Peters – May 15

“26 East, Vol. 1,” Dennis DeYoung – new release date, May 22

“Notes on a Conditional Form,” The 1975 – new release date, May 22

“Heartbreaker Please,” Teddy Thompson – new release date, May 29

“2020,” Vandenberg – May 29

“On the Widow’s Walk,” The White Buffalo – new release date, May 29

“GoGo Penguin,” GoGo Penguin – June 5

“The Prettiest Curse,” Hinds – new release date, June 5

“Sideways to New Italy,” Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – June 5

“Class of 98,” Eric Hutchinson – new release date, June 12

“Shadow Offering,” Braids – new release date, June 19

“Amends,” Grey Daze – new release date, June 26

“First Rose of Spring,” Willie Nelson – new release date, July 3

“A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip,” Sparks – new release date, July 3

“That’s How Rumors Get Started,” Margo Price – new release date, July 10

“RoundAgain,” Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride & Brian Blade – July 10

“Unfollow the Rules,” Rufus Wainwright – new release date, July 10

“Hate for Sale,” The Pretenders – new release date, July 17

“The Ritual Begins At Sundown,” Robby Krieger – Aug. 14

“Nashville Tears,” Rumer – new release date, Aug. 14

“Women in Music, Pt. III,” HAIM – new release date, Aug. 21

“Songs for the General Public,” The Lemon Twigs – Aug. 21

“Zeros,” Declan McKenna – new release date, Aug. 21

“All Rise,” Gregory Porter – new release date, Aug. 28

“Dance Dance Dance,” The Puppini Sisters feat. The Pasadena Roof Orchestra – new release date, Sept. 4

“Sun Racket,” Throwing Muses – new release date, Sept. 4

“Fun City,” Bright Light Bright Light – Sept. 18

“Live at the Roundhouse,” Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets – new release date, Sept. 18

“Half Drunk Under a Full Moon,” The Fratellis – new release date, Oct. 16

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“These 23 Days in September / Stories / Nice Baby and the Angel / Cupid’s Arrow,” David Blue – May 8

“Little Does She Know: The Complete Recordings,” Kursaal Flyers – May 22

“The Complete Mercury Albums (1986-1991),” Johnny Cash – new release date, June 26

“SPiRiTS in the Forest,” Depeche Mode – new release date, June 26

“Once Upon a Time: The Lost 1965 New York Studio Sessions,” Bob James – June 26

“The Land of Sensations & Delights: The Psych Pop Sounds of White Whale Records (1965-1970),” various artists – June 26

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