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New Music: Barry Gibb, Playboi Carti, Sammy Hagar, Morgan Wallen and more...
Checking out this week's new music releases (all subject to change).
Album of the Week: Sole surviving Bee Gee Barry Gibb is more than stayin' alive on his new solo effort "Greenfields: The Gibb Brothers Songbook, Vol. 1" (Capitol) as he recasts some of the group's favorites with an all-star, mostly Nashville guest list that includes Dolly Parton, Olivia Newton-John, Keith Urban, Sheryl Crow, Brandi Carlile, Miranda Lambert and many more.
Album Title of the Week: Passenger, "Songs for the Drunk and Broken Hearted" (Nettwerk)
Did Ya Know?: For "Miss Anthropocene Rave Edition" (4AD), Canadian genre-blender Grimes turns the songs from her 2020 album "Miss Anthropocene" over to the likes of Richie Hawtin, REZZ, Channel Tres, ANNA and others for some ambitious remixing.
Alta Reign, "Mother's Day" (Rat Pak)
Playboi Carti, "Whole Lotta Red" (AWGE/Interscope)
Four Tet, "Parallel" and "871" (self-released)
Andy Frazer, "Introducing..." (Dead Oceans/Easy Eye Sound)
Frozen Soul, "Crypt Of Ice" (Century Media)
Sammy Hagar, "Lockdown 2020" (Mailboat)
Hearts & Hand Grenades, "Turning To Ashes" (Eclipse)
The Lickerish Quartet, "Threesome Vol. 2" (Stranger Danger)
Magnum, "Dance Of The Black Tattoo" (SPV/Steamhammer)
Michael Schenker Group," Immortal" (Nuclear Blast)
Eddie Vedder, "Matter of Time" (self-released)
Viagra Boys, "Welfare Jazz" (YEAR0001)
Tekla Waterfield and Jeff Felder, "Trouble in Time" (self-released)
Morgan Wallen, "Dangerous: The Double Album" (Big Loud/Mercury)
Aaron Watson, "American Soul" (Big Label)
Kanye West, "Emmanuel" (G.O.O.D Music/Def Jam)
From The Vaults:
Lewis Capaldi, "Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent: Finale" (Capitol/UMe)
Grateful Dead, "Road Trips Vol. 4 No. 5: Boston Music Hall 6/9/76" (Real Gone)
Ian Hunter & Mott the Hoople, "Gold" (Crimson/Demon)
Janis Ian, "Hope" (Rude Girl)
The Jones Girls, "We're a Melody: The Essential Jones Girls" (Real Gone)
Nilsson, "Gold" (Crimson/Demon)
Paul Weller, "Wake Up the Nation (10th Anniversary Edition)" (Island)
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