New Release Round-Up 04-15-22
Kurt Vile - (Watch My Moves) - Verve
On his first album in partnership with Verve Records, Kurt Vile pulls his talents as a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer in unexpected directions — and the result is a vibrant, yet meditative record propelled by laid-back charm and curious spirit.
Rush - Moving Pictures: 40th Anniversary - Island
Moving Pictures: 40th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition - Celebrating 40 years of Moving Pictures with a Super Deluxe box set fully loaded for fans! Includes a 3 CD set featuring the 2015 album remaster and the complete, unreleased Toronto concert from March 25, 1981. All audio is also showcased on 5 LPs cut at half-speed DMM on 180-gram vinyl. Blu-ray Audio disc presents a first-ever Dolby Atmos and new 5.1 surround album mix including the brand-new video for "YYZ" + 3 music videos. Extras include a book, model car, drumsticks, posters, and more!
George Thorogood & The Destroyers - The Original George Thorogood - UMe
Boston 1971: Historic early recording of Aerosmith in their rehearsal room – just the band, crew, and friends captured on Joe Perry's tape recorder. This never-before-heard performance showcases the early, raw talent of this future Hall Of Fame band, one year before signing to Columbia Records and two years before their eponymous debut, which featured many of these songs, including their enduring anthem" Dream On."
ALSO OUT THIS WEEK
High Pulp - Pursuit Of Ends
Dr. Dog - Be The Void: 10th Anniversary Edition [Limited Edition Red & Clear Galaxy LP]
Wheeler Walker Jr. - Sex, Drugs & Country Music
The Police - Greatest Hits: Deluxe 30th Anniversary [2LP]
The Boxmasters - Help...I'm Alive
able machines - Pathological [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition LP]
Nicki Minaj - Pink Friday: 10th Anniversary [Deluxe Pink/White Swirl 3LP]
Spanish Love Songs - Brave Faces Etc. [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition Doublemint & White Galaxy 2LP]
Pimps Of Joytime - Reachin' Up
Prince Daddy & The Hyena - Prince Daddy & The Hyena
Gracie Abrams - This Is What It Feels Like
Freddie Gibbs - Singles
Edgar Winter - Brother Johnny
Alec Benjamin - (Un)Commentary
Cancer Bats - Psychic Jailbreak
Nazareth - Surviving The Law
& More .....
Dorothy - Gifts From The Holy Ghost - Roc Nation
Gifts From The Holy Ghost, Dorothy Martin’s third studio album as frontwoman for the pseudonymous rock band Dorothy, is the album she’s always wanted to make. Born from a sense of diving urgency, it’s their most bombastic rock n’ roll work yet. While their debut album was made on a combination of whiskey and heartbreak, Gifts was built on sobriety, health, and spiritualism, in a way that reverses the clichéd “good girl gone bad” narrative. It features the Top 40 Rock track, “Rest in Peace.”
Joshua Hedley - Neon Blue - New West Records
Joshua Hedley is “a singing professor of country & western,” he declares on his raucous and witty new album, Neon Blue. It might sound like a punchline, but it’s not. An ace fiddle player, a sharp guitarist, and a singer with a granite twang, he’s devoted his entire life to the study of this genre. Ask him about it and he’ll explain: “When all my friends went off to college, I went to Nashville. I was 19 years old playing honkytonks and getting an education.” His 2018 debut, Mr. Jukebox, showcased his deep knowledge of country’s history, in particular the beery ballads of the 1950s and ‘60s. His mentors were George Jones, Ray Price, and Glen Campbell, but his most remarkable accomplishment was putting his own spin on their style.
Taj Mahal & Ry Cooder - Get On Board - Nonesuch Records
Nearly sixty years after they first played together, Ry Cooder and Taj Mahal, longtime friends and collaborators, reunite with an album of music from two Piedmont blues masters who have inspired them all their lives: GET ON BOARD: THE SONGS OF SONNY TERRY & BROWNIE MCGHEE. With Taj Mahal on vocals, harmonica, guitar, and piano and Cooder on vocals, guitar, mandolin, and banjo-joined by Joachim Cooder on drums and bass-the duo recorded eleven songs drawn from recordings and live performances by Terry and McGhee, who they both first heard as teenagers in California.