2017 release. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir has collaborated with some of the most legendary vocalists and performers over the years. For this album the choir has assembled an unprecedented collection of recordings taken from standout performances over the past 15 years. Most of these performances were recorded live at the 20,000+ seat Conference Center in Salt Lake City. In addition, some real gems were uncovered or created specifically for this album, including a performance recorded live before millions of viewers at the start of the 2002 Olympic Games (Sting & Yo-Yo Ma performing Fragile), and new tracks that were recorded specifically for this album (Amy Grant's Thy Word, Santino Fontana's He Lives in You, Renée Fleming's How Can I Keep from Singing, and The King's Singers' I'm Runnin' On). Special care went into choosing each of these songs for the album, as it highlights some of the most unforgettable musical moments in the history of the choir. -Amazon
Novum is Procol Harum's thirteenth studio album, their first since The Well's On Fire in 2003, and is released in the band's fiftieth anniversary year. Kicking things off with the huge and ongoing success of their debut single A Whiter Shade Of Pale, Procol Harum went on to help define the progressive rock genre in the early seventies whilst at the same time embracing their roots in blues and soul. Novum sees a new lyrical direction for Procol Harum with the songs all featuring words by Pete Brown, most famous for his song writing collaboration with the members of Cream. This has given a different feel to the songs, retaining the thought provoking content for which the band has always been known but with a different slant and elements of humor. As ever, the music and musicianship within the band is of the highest level and this long-awaited collection of brand new songs is sure to be devoured greedily by Procol Harum's devoted fan base. -Amazon
Chastity Belt's third full-length album a dark and uncommonly beautiful set of mood-driven rock that's also unabashedly introspective. More personal and more direct than 2015's Time to Go Home, this one aims for the heart, from the shimmering insights of Different Now to the stunning clarity of This Time of Night, this is a serious record but not a serious departure, a tangle of mixed emotions and haunting melody, a brave step forward.
Following the success of her Grammy Award-winning album Overcomer, Mandisa found herself facing personal challenges. Her new album shows her faith with songs of hope and resilience.
The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach releases his second solo album. This love letter to Nashville features some of the city's most respected players and songwriters including John Prine and Jerry Douglas. Includes the single Shine on Me.
Paramore release their first new album in more than four years.
Machine Gun Kelly possesses the attitude of rap greats with the talent to match. His single 'At My Best' features Hailee Steinfield.
Harry Styles releases his debut album.
The third album from indie band Alt-J includes the singles 3WW and In Cold Blood.
Perfume Genius releases the follow-up to Too Bright that features 13 new ferocious and sophisticated tracks. Mike Hadreas and his collaborators blow through church music, makeout music, an array of the gothier radio popular formats, rhythm and blues, art pop, krautrock, and queer soul.
Includes the songs Answer My Text; Big Beautiful Day; New Trick; and more.
Dance the night away with a captivating collection of classic and contemporary Cuban songs from artists including Armando Grazon, Jose Conde, Soneros de Verdad, and more.
In her latest small-screen role, Julie Andrews performs original songs and engages young viewers in the world of the performing arts. Joining her on the soundtrack are guests including Alec Baldwin, Ellie Kemper, and Tituss Burgess.
Includes the single Dirty Laundry.
Pokey LaFarge tries to make sense of the trouble he's seen and the trouble he's been in. This is the great why of his unending passion for songwriting. Each chord and riff shades the stories he sets up in his lyrics.
Nashville is a lifer's town and Lillie Mae is a true music lifer, singing and playing on stages across America since she was three years old. The much-anticipated debut album sees the Music City-based singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist weaving classic country, bluegrass, and blues with her own extraordinary experiences to create a breathtaking song cycle of romance and struggle, solitude and adventure.
Tony Award nominee and Hamilton star Phillipa Soo returns to Broadway in a new musical based on the beloved five-time Oscar-nominated film.
Papa Roach's tenth full-length album sees the band returning to their humble, and hungry, roots. Includes the single Help.
After five years, alternative rockers Incubus are back with a brand new album. The first single, Nimble Bastard, has quickly become a hit on rock radio.
This collection from Neil Diamond, is a celebratory music package marking the 50th anniversary of the iconic, Grammy Award winning and Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame member's first hit Solitary Man; plus 49 additional hits.
Mary J. Blige follows up the release of her 2014 album, The London Sessions, with a powerful new album. It includes the track Love Yourself, which features Kanye West, and the first single Thick of It.
Selections from Disney's Beauty and the Beast presented as beautiful melodies played by soothing bells, sleepy tones, and light percussive effects.
With his debut album Traveller, Chris Stapleton became one of the hottest new artists in country music. He also took home several awards, including two Grammys. Now he returns with his second solo album.
Patti LaBelle's first studio recording in ten years. Accompanied by contemporary string and horn arrangements, LaBelle puts her own spin on such classics as: James Moody's Mood for Love featuring urban contemporary artist Kem; Billie Holliday's Don't Explain; Jon Hendricks's Moanin'; and Leonard Bernstein's I Can Cook Too, to name a few.
Four years after the release of their album Ten, New Kids on the Block are releasing a new five track EP.
Electronic pop pioneers Erasure return with their seventeenth studio album, their first since 2014's acclaimed The Violet Flame. Along with the title track, it includes the songs Just a Little Love; Oh What a World; and A Bitter Parting.
Grammy nominees Little Dragon releases the most focused and fun album of their career. They combine soulful vocal traditions with far-flung influences into a singular, post-'80s synthetic soul-club sound.
A duets album that will take listeners through a unique journey of Faith and Biggie's relationship. The album features unreleased Biggie vocals and is packed with original productions by DJ Premier, Just Blaze, Stevie J, Salaam Remi, Chucky Thompson, Puff Daddy, and more.
Lady Antebellum release the follow-up to their 747 album.
The joys, sorrows, and upheavals of innocence and experience echo throughout the latest album from The Afghan Whigs. It powerfully documents where the band has been, and where they might go next.
During changes in his personal life and continuous touring, Justin Townes Earle found time to reflect on the past few years and find new clarity. The songs on his latest album speak to his roots while delivering a big creative step forward.
Six years after the 2011 release of Helplessness Blues and nearly a decade since the band's 2008 self-titled debut, Fleet Foxes release their long-awaited and highly anticipated third album.
Drake follows the release of Views with a playlist project that includes the Billboard Hot 100 hit single Fake Love. Drake has described the album as having the feel of a radio show.
The eighth studio album from the band that returns to the early Mechanics sound.
Features the hits Fuego and Hermosa Ingrata.
Chuck Berry, the father of rock & roll, is releasing his first album in nearly 40 years, which is comprised mostly of new, original songs written, recorded and produced by the legend himself. 'CHUCK' was recorded in various studios around St. Louis and features Berry's longtime hometown backing group - including his children Charles Berry Jr. (guitar) and Ingrid Berry (harmonica), plus Jimmy Marsala (Berry's bassist of forty years), Robert Lohr (piano), and Keith Robinson (drums) - which has supported him for over two decades on over two hundred residency shows at the famed Blueberry Hill club. This record is dedicated to my beloved Toddy, said Berry, referring to his wife of 68 years, Themetta Berry. My darlin' I'm growing old! I've worked on this record for a long time. Now I can hang up my shoes! -Amazon
Four years after releasing her Grammy Award-winning debut, Lorde is back with one of 2017's most anticipated albums. Her latest includes the track Liability and the first single, Green Light.
Since its debut in 2011, Bob's Burgers has become one of the most watched series on TV, and its cultural influence continues to grow. This collection features full length versions of 107 songs from the show's first 107 episodes.
Nickelback, one of the world's biggest rock bands, is back with their ninth studio album. The first single and title track is a defiant rock anthem featuring blistering guitar riffs and face-melting rhythm.
Rascal Flatts release the follow-up to their Greatest Gift Of All album.
A moment in time built on personal stories, sweat-stained and reeling from injuries. The product of six voices, each coming clean about their lives and struggles, as if it were the first time. Listeners get an unobstructed view into what makes the band tick as people, fathers, husbands, musicians, and friends.
Diana Krall's latest album, celebrates Jazz and the Great American Songbook, reuniting Diana with Grammy Award winning producer, Tommy LiPuma.
Zac Brown Band get ready to add to their string of four consecutive number one albums with the release of their fifth studio album. It includes the brand new single My Old Man, which is climbing up the country charts. .