Friday New Releases – April 26th

I should be arriving home today from vacation in Paris, France so I will be a little late getting to these releases, but there are a bunch I want to at least listen to first before I buy.  All my choices are highlighted in Blue.  Let me know what you are interested in or if there is something I might have missed as that happens…a lot!!  Enjoy and have a great weekend.  I know I will be resting from this trip and I am sure suffering major jet lag.

  • 81v8c1Xq1AL._AC_UL115_  Rob Thomas – Chip Tooth Smile – (Atlantic Records):  The former Matchbox 20 frontman is finally back with a new solo album after four years.  I liked his early stuff and definitely early Matchbox 20.  I am hoping he captures a little of that lost magic, but I don’t know yet as I haven’t listened to anything yet, not even the video posted below.  I will try it out, he has earned that.

  • 41o9cEfsGBL._AC_US320_QL65_  Rodrigo y Gabriela – Mettavolution – (Rubyworks):  This might actually be first up on the playlist.  I love these two.  Their instrumental, flamenco style music is at times breathtaking.  High expectations as I have never been disappointed before.  Give them a listen if you have heard them before…it is really cool.

  • 81tz1J9OeBL._SS500_  P!nk – Happy 2B Human – (RCA Records):  It is P!nk, of course I am going to listen to this.  She has been a powerhouse for a long time now and I love her voice and attitude. What more could you want.  Now her concert tickets are ridiculously expensive so this will have to do.

  • 51IHc+kxh+L  Rick Springfield – Orchestrating My Life – (August Day):  I do love me some Rick Springfield, but this one scares me.  Orchestrating your songs rarely goes well.  If he just added some orchestration into already recorded songs this will suck big balls.  But if he actually records it live with an orchestra, it could be a awesome.  We will see.

No video sorry

  • 91Wje+skM5L._SX522_  King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard – Fishing for Fishies – (Flightless Records):  I don’t know why, but I like these guys.  They are experimental, adventurous and utterly bizarre and I dig it.  Their psychedelic rock is something to behold.  Give them a try.

Maybe a few more that will get a listen when time permits…

  • 71nzgINDT6L._AC_UL115_  Hardline – Life – (Frontiers Records)
  • A1LvLMbTGdL._SX522_  Danko Jones – A Rock Supreme – (M-Theory Audio)
  • a1ddolhy-7l._ss500_  The Cranberries – In the End – (BMG)
  • 61uvzn+doll._ss500_  Catfish and the Bottlemen – The Balance – (Island Records)
  • 718fgdqQOqL._AC_UL115_.jpg  Josh Ritter – Fever Breaks – (Pytheas Recordings)
  • A1tM5q32BHL._SX522_  blackbear – Anonymous – (Interscope Records)
  • 71Lt+jVS1XL._AC_UL115_  New Years Day – Unbreakable – (The Century Family)
  • 710wP6pb2mL._AC_UL115_.jpg  Alan Parsons – The Secret – (Frontiers Records)
  • 61+pVeeAk0L._SX522_  Kiefer Sutherland – Reckless & Me – (BMG)
  • 518e73xqq0l._ac_us436_ql65_  Bananarama – In Stereo – (In Synk)
  • 81xR3eE3xxL._SS500_  Hillsong United – People (Live) – (Hillsong Music)
  • A1kR9igcBPL._SS500_  The Damned Things – High Crimes – (Nuclear Blast)
  • 614Xgx+3vOL._SX522_  J. J. Cale – Stay Around – (Because Music)
  • 516gnLCJ1FL._SS500_  Dylan Scott – Nothing to Do Town E.P. – (Curb Records)
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14 thoughts on “Friday New Releases – April 26th

  1. Yes to King Gizzard, Danko Jones.
    Possibly to Cranberries and JJ Cale.
    Maybe to Rodrigo y Gabriela, Hardline, Damned Things, Josh Ritter, Alan Parsons, New Years Day.

    A few other releases are out by Enforcer, Sabbath Assembly, Smoulder, Sunn O))), Steel Prophet, Stone Machine Electric(which I ordered) and others among heavier bands.

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