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NEW MUSIC TUESDAY!

by Burnzy

New Music Tuesday-- Biggest New CD Releases (ALL FORMATS)

Accept Blind Rage
Liam Bailey (U.K. soul/rock singer) Definitely Now
Elvin Bishop Cant Even Do Wrong Right (Mickey Thomas sings lead on Let Your Woman Have Her Way, his first collaboration with Bishop since 1976s Fooled Around and Fell in Love; guest: Charlie Musselwhite)
Benjamin Booker (New Orleans-based singer-songwriter) Benjamin Booker
Chuck Brown & The Chuck Brown Band Beautiful Life (the Godfather of Go-Gos final album, recorded before his death in May 2012; guests: Wale, Faith Evans, Raheem DeVaughn, Sugar Bear)
Buckcherry F--k (six-song EP)
Danielia Cotton The Real Book (her first album of covers)
Colton Dixon (season 11 American Idol finalist) Anchor
Dr. John Ske-Dat-De-Dat The Spirit of Satch (a tribute to Louis Armstrong; guests: Bonnie Raitt, Ledisi, Blind Boys of Alabama, Anthony Hamilton, The McCrary Sisters, Shemekia Copeland, Terence Blanchard, Arturo Sandoval, Dirty Dozen Brass Band)
Electric Wrms (prog-rock side project featuring The Flaming Lips Steven Drozd and Wayne Coyne, backed by Nashville psychedelic rock band Linear Downfall) Musik, Die Shwer Zu Twerk
Enuff ZNuff Covered in Gold
Orenda Fink (former Azure Ray singer) Blue Dream
Ruthie Foster Promise of a Brand New Day
Roddy Frame (former Aztec Camera frontman) Seven Dials
Ace Frehley Space Invader (includes a cover of The Joker)
Paul Hardcastle Moovin & Groovin (disco-flavored album)
Imogen Heap Sparks
Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas Secret Evil
Sarah Jaffe (Texas singer-songwriter) Dont Disconnect
Jars of Clay 20 (acoustic versions of 20 songs chosen by fans, to help the band celebrate its 20th anniversary)
Wiz Khalifa Blacc Hollywood
Kimbra The Golden Echo (guests: John Legend, Muses Matt Bellamy, John JR Robinson, Thundercat, Flying Lotus, Dirty Projectors Dave Longstreth, Mars Voltas Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, Bilal)
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu (Queen of J-pop) Pika Pika Fantajin
The Last Internationale (NYC indie rock band) We Will Reign
The Magic Numbers Alias
Mud Morganfield & Kim Wilson For Pops: A Tribute To Muddy Waters (Morganfield is the son of Waters, and Wilson is the frontman of the Fabulous Thunderbirds)
Neal Morse Songs From November
Laura Mvula Laura Mvula With Metropole Orkest (52-piece orchestra conducted by Jules Buckley at Abbey Road Studios)
Chase Rice Ignite the Night
Smokey Robinson Smokey & Friends (all-star duets album; guests: Elton John, James Taylor, Steven Tyler, Sheryl Crow, John Legend, Mary J. Blige, etc.)
Ray Stevens Gospel Collection (Volume One)
Sugar Ray and the Bluetones (Chicago-style blues band) Living Tear To Tear
Paul Thorn (Americana artist) Too Blessed to Be Stressed
Randy Travis Influence Vol. 2: The Man I Am
Midge Ure Fragile
Various artists If I Stay: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (featuring songs by Beck, Sonic Youth, Odessa, Tom Odell, Willamette Stone)
Various artists Look Again to the Wind: Johnny Cashs Bitter Tears Revisited (Americana artists re-imagine and update Cashs 1964 concept album Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian; contributors: Kris Kristofferson, Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle, Bill Miller)
Various artists VH1 Love & Hip Hop: Music From the Series
Katrina Leskanich (ex-Katrina & the Waves) Blisland"

ALSO: Reissues (CDs / vinyl)

Cream Best of Cream [Vinyl] (remastered)
Amy Grant In Motion: The Remixes (remixes of her past hits by Chris Cox, Tony Moran, Moto Blanco, 7th Heaven and Dave Aude)
The Kinks Klassics: The Best of The Kinks (17 tracks)
Stevie Nicks House of Blues: The Classic 1994 Broadcast (two LPs)
Redbone Come and Get Your Redbone: The Best of Redbone (19 tracks)
Leonard Cohen The Complete Studio Albums Collection (nine complete albums; remastered)