New Release Vinyl August 2019

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New Release Vinyl, August 2019

Friday, August 16

P.P. Arnold – New Adventures
Donald Byrd – Byrd In Hand
Wild Billy Childish & CTMF – Brave Protector
Cold Diamond & Mink – Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
Rodney Crowell – Texas
Florence & The Machine – Lungs
Peter Frampton – All Blues
Hold Steady – Thrashing Through The Passion
Nusrath Fateh Ali Khan – Night Song
Peter Green – Splinter Group
Queen of Jeans – If You’re Not Afraid, I’m Not Afraid
Ride – This Is Not A Safe Place
Sol Seppy – The Bells of 1 2
Sigur Ros – Variations In Darkness
Seratones – Power
Sleater-Kinney – The Center Won’t Hold
Carlton Jumel Smith – Love Our Love Affair
Carlton Jumel Smith – Woman You Made Me
Frank Turner – No Man’s Land
Soundtrack – Date Bait, music by Nicholas Carre
Soundtrack – Echo In The Canyon
Soundtrack – High School Caesar, music by Nicholas Carras

Friday, August 9

Bomba Estero – Blow Up
James Brown – Amazing James Brown
Lou Donaldson – Alligator Boogaloo
Gregory Isaacs – Mr. Isaacs
My Morning Jacket – Tennessee Fire 20th Anniversary LP
Ra Ra Riot – Superbloom
Otis Redding – Pain In My Heart
John Scofield – Hand Jive
Wedding Present – Jump In the Water’s Fine

Friday, August 2

Bonobo – Animal Magic
The Chats – Pubfeed 7″
Creedence Clearwater Revival – Live At Woodstock
Crowded House – The Very Very Best Of Crowded House
Diamond Street Players – Diamond Street Plaers
Noel Gallagher – Black Star Dancing
Jerry Garcia – Electric On The Eel
SCreamin’ Jay Hawkins – The Bizarre Years
Andrew Hill – Black Fire
John Lee Hooker – Country Blues
Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit – Live At Twist & Shout 11.16.07
Les Bof! Voila!
Little Ann – Detroit’s Secret Soul
Francis Lung – A Dream Is U
Mad Professor – A Caribbean Taste of Technology
Linda McCartney – Wide Prairie
Monkees – Head
Limited edition silver vinyl (looks more gray to me.)
New Order – Live At Manchester Σ(No,12kLg,17Mjf)
Russian Circle – Blood Year
Ty Segall – First Taste
“Our salivating makes it all taste worse,” croons Ty Segall in “Taste,” the lead single from his latest album, First Taste. He’s talking about us: how we’re the masters of our own destiny, tellers of our own prophecy, makers of our own sickened choices. It’s a warning, but this time, the finger is pointing back at him too. He’s one with us. First Taste is an introspective set for Segall after the extroversions of 2018’s Freedom’s Goblin. Lines of struggle wind through the songs as Segall reflects on family, re-encountering pasts, anticipating futures. He skates through oneness, self-esteem, the parents – all the joys of a rain-filled childhood – while reaching outward in the here and now, feeling for a shared pulse. Meanwhile, the production is far out! Segall’s creative juices suggested some radical (in the older sense of the word) new instrumental territories: koto, recorder, bouzouki, harmoniser, mandolin, saxophones and brass, voices, and a sprinkling of keys. Segall occupies the drum set whenever it’s heard on the left speaker, while Charles Moothart plays the kit on the right side. Segall’s vocal prowess sits in fresh relief against his mutant orchestra, spooling tension through some of his most patient songs, his feral scream in complete control.
Southern Culture On The Skids – Dig This
Spoon – Everything Hits At Once: The Best of Spoon
Gary Tallent – More Like Me
Violent Femmes – Hotel Last Resort
Yes – The BBC Recordings 1969-1970
Various Artists – Ann Arbor Blues Festival Vol.1
Various Artists – Ann Arbor Blues Festival Vol.2
Various Artists – Now That’s What I Call Yacht Rock
Various Artists – Sunny Side Up, The Indefinable Sound of Melbourne’s Rising Underground

 

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