Rag'n'Bone Man has already won acclaim in Europe, including winning the BRIT Critic's Choice Award. He was also ranked number two on the BBC Sound of 2017 list. Now he brings his debut album to North America.
Joey DeFrancesco expresses his viewpoints on current world events with uplifting compositions and emotional tributes. With his newly formed band, the People, he is able to tell a rich and spiritual story through his music.
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma, mandolinist Chris Thile, and bassist Edgar Meyer perform works by J.S. Bach originally written for keyboard instruments plus a sonata for viola da gamba.
Bush releases their much-anticipated follow-up to 2014's Man on the Run. Written, recorded, and produced by vocalist Gavin Rossdale, it includes lead single Mad Love and the sweeping Lost in You.
A ten track album from the Christian rock group MercyMe that includes songs such as You Found Me; Best News Ever; Hello Beautiful; and more. -Midwest Tape
Presenting '30 One Hit Wonders - US Pop!' - a fun compilation of records which provided the only chart entry for its respective performer. This volume concentrates on the US top 100, between the years 1955-1962 and features an eclectic mix of artists and musical genres, from Doo-Wop to R&B, from R&R to novelty songs, from death discs to embryonic soul. Includes million-selling, #1 records like The Elegants' Little Star, and The Hollywood Argyles' ultra-cool title track, to barely remembered, semi novelty items like Billy Graves' The Shag (Is Totally Cool), Lonnie Russ's My Wife Can't Cook and Rex Allen's preposterous Don't Go Near The Indians. Also features much loved Doo-Wop classics like The Penguins' irresistible Earth Angel (often described as America's favourite radio Oldie), Johnnie & Joe's lilting Over The Mountain, Across The Sea and The Edsels' irrepressible Rama Lama Ding Dong, amid a myriad of others. -Amazon
No matter how many times listeners have heard these classic fifties hits, they've never heard them like this, unless they were in the studio when they were recorded! Every one of these 31 original hits appears in jaw dropping new or rare stereo, most for the first time ever. Hearing the original hit versions of these all time classics in crystal clear stereo is like hearing them for the first time. -Midwest Tape
There are hits, and then there are Number Ones. Lots of groups get a hit here and there, but not that many ever reach that next plateau. New Edition reached it, bought a land deed, built houses, dug gardens and grew Number One Hits like it was no big deal. Few other recording artists can claim the impact or the longevity that New Edition has realized collectively AND individually. All The Number Ones is a testament to that fact. -Amazon
Kids of all ages will enjoy this fun musical adventure to Rome, Florence, Venice, and beyond. Included are songs by Giorgio Gaber, Roby Santini, and Renzo Arbore.
This young classical pop crossover artist has already gained the attention of Barbra Streisand, Gloria Estefan, and Lionel Richie, and has a solid global touring business and substantial social media following. A PBS special supports his debut album launch.
White Sun is a Los Angeles-based band known for its pioneering musical interpretations of yogic mantras. These are the songs of yogis sung with a penetrating vibratory musicality that enhance consciousness and awareness while delighting the senses.
The unique and haunting tunings of Mississippi Fred McDowell, Skip James, and Nick Drake are all points of exploration for vocalist Jay Farrar on Son Volt's latest album. It includes the track back Against the Wall.
At a time when Southern soul music is having a comeback, Bobby Rush has never gone away. The legendary bluesman and entertainer is back with a new album that features Keb' Mo', Joe Bonamassa, and Dave Alvin.
Jessi Colter is an iconic American country music artist. Best known for her collaboration with her husband, Waylon Jennings, and for her 1975 country popcrossover hit I'm Not Lisa. This is her first album in over a decade and features twelve spontaneous recordings with lyrics drawn from the most timeless and sacred poems, the Psalms.
Father John Misty's third album is a complex, often-sardonic, and, equally often, touching meditation on the confounding folly of modern humanity.
Featuring production by The Black Keys' Patrick Carney, the new album from Michelle Branch comes four years after the release of the Grammy nominated Hotel Paper. The title track is also the CD's first single.
Originally recorded in 2002, but never released, this album features some of the late Joey Feek's first songs recorded in Nashville.
Aimee Mann's first solo studio album in five years features eleven songs that include Goose Snow Cone; You Never Loved Me; Lies of Summer; and more.
Josh Turner returns with his sixth studio album, which includes his current top twenty hit Hometown Girl, which has impressed critics and excited fans.
Relive a tale as old as time with karaoke versions of songs from Disney's live-action version of Beauty and the Beast, including Be Our Guest.
A fascinating record, message or no; but the drive, meaning, and compassion behind these catchy, and even dancefloor-ready tunes make this album as vital politically as it is artistically. Sleaford Mods are at their sneering, yowling best.
Rodney Crowell's latest solo album demonstrates his strengths as a songwriter and illustrates how he has learned to balance personal recollection, literary sophistication, and his profound musical reach.
Bob Dylan dives deeper into the Great American Songbook with a three-disc release that features his interpretations of iconic classics, including As Time Goes By; These Foolish Things; and September of My Years.
Depeche Mode's fourteenth studio release follows up the band's blockbuster 2013 studio album Delta Machine. This standard album includes twelve songs such as Going Backwards; The Worst Crime; You Move; and more.
In one of the boldest moves in his career, Lloyd Webber took Billy Wilder's classic film and put it to music. The end result was a piece of theater as dramatic and shocking as the original work. Glenn Close performs as Silent film diva Norma Desmond.
2Cellos apply their signature style to some of the most iconic music in movie and TV history, including My Heart Will Go On; Moon River; the main theme from Schindler's List; and a medley from Game of Thrones.
Academy Award-nominated composer Thomas Newman creates an emotionally charged score for the science fiction drama starring Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt.
Twenty-four years after releasing their debut album, Paul Shaffer and the World's Most Dangerous Band return with a new album that is full of superstar guests, including Darius Rucker, Jenny Lewis, Dion, Shaggy, and Bill Murray.
Spoon's ninth album is the bravest, most sonically inventive work of their career. There is a strong supply of infectious earworms and a lyrical bent that's as carnal as it is crafty, while showing a newfound sense of sonic exploration.
Bela Fleck's three-movement concerto, named in honor of his son Juno, was recorded with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. While this piece follows the standard concerto form, it is a dazzling showcase for Bela's banjo that will be welcomed by his fans, and already heralded by Bluegrass Today as a breakthrough, genre-crossing work.
In 2014, Valerie June released her acclaimed album Pushin' Against a Stone. Now she is back with the follow-up. The first single, Astral Plane, was highlighted on NPR.com's Songs We Love feature.
A 26 track album of the original score that includes songs such as Katherine; I'd Already Be One; Slice of Pie; and more.
The Mavericks continue to forge their own unique path with the release of their latest album. The title track was featured on Rolling Stone's website, where it was compared Phil Spector's Wall of Sound.
After five years, Nelly Furtado releases a bold comeback project that sees her experimenting with new sounds and arrangements. It includes the singles Pipe Dreams and Cold Hard Truth.
Includes full-band versions of the ten songs from Ruminations, plus seven additional songs, some from an additional session at Five Star Studios in Echo Park in fall 2016.
Goldfrapp's seventh album is dance music which evokes a pagan ritual rather than a club soundtrack. Cold, metallic electronics with a hot current of blood running through them. A 21st century moon dance. It weaves together the two strands of Goldfrapp's music like never before.
Three-time ACM Award winner Trace Adkins is back with his twelfth studio album. His latest includes the singles Jesus and Jones; Lit; and Watered Down.
Three years after the release of their debut album, which spawned the hit single Stolen Dance, Milky Chance returns. Their sophomore album includes the new hit single Cocoon, which has already hit the top 25 at alternative radio.
Ready for the most remarkable flood of high-profile stereo debuts this year (or any year)? Hit Parade Records presents perhaps their finest CD collection yet, and it's overflowing with sonic surprises you never expected to hear in stereo. -Amazon
Fronted by London born Nigerian singer Eno Williams, Ibibio Sound Machine is a clash of African and electronic elements inspired in equal measure by the golden era of West African funk, disco, modern post punk, and electro.
The third studio album from Colton Dixon.
One of Disney's most beloved animated classics is transformed into a live-action fantasy with one of 2017's most anticipated films. The soundtrack includes John Legend and Ariana Grande on a new version of the classic title track.
Known for their powerful renditions of classic hymns mixed with contemporary Christian music, Selah have been responsible for some of today's most enduring Christian hits including Wonderful; Merciful Savior; Bless This Broken Road; and the worldwide sensation You Raise Me Up.
Brad Paisley releases the follow-up to his Moonshine In The Trunk album.
The LOX, comprising Sheek Louch, Styles P, and Jadakiss, are a talent unmatched in the hip-hop game. Now the trio is back with their first new full-length album in sixteen years.
Rhiannon Giddens's follow-up to her highly acclaimed solo debut, Tomorrow Is My Turn, is more raw and personal with a mix of original tunes, traditional songs, and two songs from the civil rights era.
Drawing inspiration from a wide array of experiences and subjects, Ed Sheeran takes listeners through a hugely personal journey. His latest also includes the number one single Shape of You.
The Shins are pleased to announce the release of their fifth studio album, Heartworms. In contrast to 2012's Port of Morrow, which debuted at #3 on the Billboard Top 200 and was nominated for a Best Alternative Album GRAMMY, Heartworms ushers in a return to the handmade. Heartworms is, as always, entirely written by James Mercer, with exception of So Now What (produced by band member Richard Swift). Heartworms is the first Shins album to be self-produced by Mercer since Oh, Inverted World in 2001. Heartworms features Mercer's most diverse lyrical palette to date. The result is a cohesive, yet genre defying album marked by Mercer's distinct voice and melodic composition. Unified by his singular vision, Mercer creates a sound that is both familiar a nostalgic nod to the album's predecessors - and distinctly new. The album's first single, Name For You, is a resounding call for female empowerment inspired by Mercer's three daughters. The Shins are James Mercer (lead vocals, guitar), Joe Plummer (drums, percussion, backing vocals), Yuuki Matthews (bass guitar, keyboards, backing vocals), Mark Watrous (guitar), and Richard Swift (keyboards, piano, organ, synthesizers, percussion, backing vocals). -Amazon