CDs + Vinyl:
Darin And Brooke Aldridge – Faster And Farther CD (Mountain Home)
New album from the sweethearts of bluegrass featuring guest vocals by Vince Gill and John Cowan.
Aquarian Blood – Last Nite In Paradise CD/LP (Goner)
Aquarian Blood is a crew of six (sometimes seven) Memphis degenerates from assorted generations playing hypnotic, synthy tracks whose main ruminations are cults, the paranormal, and other obscurities-whirlwind, weirdo punk soaked in the brain-goo pouring out of the ears of an acid freak.
Bee Gees – The Ultimate Bee Gees [Reissue/2009] 2xCD+DVD (UMe)
The Ultimate Bee Gees is a compilation album and DVD released to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Bee Gees. Though every song in the Bee Gees catalogue since 1967 has been mixed in stereo, a few early tracks are presented here in the mono mixes heard on the original single releases, for the first time on a CD compilation. All songs were written by Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb and Maurice Gibb, except where noted.
Tony Bennett – The Singles Collection 1951-62 3xCD (Acrobat)
This triple-CD set comprises a substantial proportion of the A & B sides of the sixty or so singles Bennett released during the first decade and more of his career, with at least one side of most releases included, and naturally features all the 38 US and UK chart hits which he enjoyed during that period, including his signature song “I Left My Heart In San Francisco” plus the classic No. 1s “Because Of You,” “Cold Cold Heart,” “Rags To Riches” and “Stranger In Paradise.”
Elvin Bishop – Elvin Bishop’s Big Fun Trio CD (Alligator)
Elvin Bishop’s Big Fun Trio is an exciting new project from one of the most recognized and beloved roots music figures in the world. The music is rootsy, spirited and soulful, performed by serious musicians hell-bent on having a good time.
Black Flower – Artifacts CD/LP (Sdban Ultra)
Stirred up from deep within, from an abstract spiral of sound and movement, from a sensation of time and space absolving and converging at once, the Black Flower musicians have molded a tangible matter: the album Artifacts. Their second full album sounds international and ageless; Eastern influences, Ethio-dub, and jazz effortlessly merge producing psyche-delicious and accessible 21st century Ethio-dub-jazz.
The Bombpops – Fear Of Missing Out CD/LP (Fat Wreck Chords)
After two buzz-building EP’s, SoCal punk quartet The Bombpops deliver their highly anticipated debut full-length.
David Bowie – Diamond Dogs [Reissue/1974] CD/LP (Rhino/Parlophone)
David Bowie – Young Americans [Reissue/1975] CD/LP (Rhino/Parlophone)
David Bowie – Station To Station [Reissue/1976] CD/LP (Rhino/Parlophone)
Albums included in the Who Can I Be Now? 1974-1976 boxset are now available individually. These are the 2016 remastered editions.
David Bowie – David Live (2005 Mix) 2xCD/3xLP (Rhino/Parlophone)
David Bowie – Live At Nassau Coliseum ‘76 2xCD/2xLP (Rhino/Parlophone)
David Live is David Bowie’s first official live album, originally released by RCA Records in 1974. The set was recorded over five days in July of that year, on the initial leg of Bowie’s US Diamond Dogs Tour, at the Tower Theater in Upper Darby, PA (a suburb of Philadelphia). The album catches Bowie in transition from the Ziggy Stardust/Aladdin Sane glam-rock era of his career to the ‘plastic soul’ of Young Americans. Live At Nassau Coliseum was originally released as part of the 2010 Special Edition reissue of Station To Station, and was recorded in Uniondale, NY, March 23, 1976 during his Isolar Tour in support of Station To Station. (These albums were also included in the Who Can I Be Now? 1974-1976 boxset and are now available individually.)
Allman Brown – 1000 Years CD (Allman Brown)
The global internet sensation releases his long-awaited debut album featuring the hit singles ‘”Sons And Daughters’” and ‘”Rivers,’” as well as a new single, ‘”Palms.’” “Allman Brown possesses the kind of vocal prowess that transitions effortlessly from gently rasping to raw and powerful” (Indie Shuffle). “There’s a sensitivity to Allman Brown’s work that feels all too rare (Clash Magazine).