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Disc News March 30, 2010

Here are the latest releases listed by Goldmine magazine

March 30

Tempest, Another Dawn (Magna Carta Records)
Black Francis, NonStopErotik (Cooking Vinyl)

April 6

Hacienda, Big Red & Barbacoa (Alive Records)
Jeff Healey, Last Call (Stony Plain Recording Co.)
Solomon Burke, Nothing’s Impossible (E1 Entertainment)
Pieta Brown, One and All (Red House Records)
Diabolic, Liar & a Thief (Viper Records)

April 11

Tom Lehrer, The Tom Lehrer Collection (Shout! Factory, 2 CDs + 1 DVD). This is Lehrer’s first-ever hits collection.

April 13

Powersolo, Bloodskinbones (No label listed)
Jeff Beck, Emotion & Commotion (Atco)

April 20

The Grateful Dead, Crimson, White & Indigo (Rhino, 3 CD/1 DVD set)
Jonny Lang, Live at the Ryman (Concord Music Group)
Various artists, Motown Around The World: The Classic Singles (Hip-O-Select, 2 CDs). Features 38 classic-era foreign-language singles. The songs are sung in Italian, Spanish, French and German.

April 27

Paul Curreri, California (Tin Angel Records)

May 1

Hashbang SpaceStar, Memories Travel At The Speed of Light (No label listed)

May 4

The Terror Pigeon Dance Revolt, I Love You. I Love You. I Love You and I’m In Love With You. Have An Awesome Day! Have the Best Day of Your Life! (Luaka Bop)
Various artists, “Rock ’n’ Roll High School” 30th Anniversary Special Edition (Shout! Factory, DVD)
Various artists, “Suburbia” Collector’s Edition (Shout! Factory, DVD)

May 11

Jim Lauderdale, Patchwork River (Thirty Tigers)
As I Lay Dying, The Powerless Rise (Metal Blade Records)
A Loss For Words, (Paper + Plastick Records). This yet-untitled album will feature covers of Motown songs.

May 18

Turin Brakes, Outbursts (Cooking Vinyl)
Jennifer Knapp, Letting Go (Graylin Records). This is Knapp’s first album after a seven-year hiatus.
Audio Bullys, Higher Than The Eiffel (Cooking Vinyl)

Available now

The Runaways, The Mercury Albums Anthology (Hip-O-Select, 2 CDs). Limited-edition set includes Runaways temporary tattoos. Features 42 tracks from albums The Runaways, Queens of Noise, Live in Japan and Waitin’ For the Night.
Various artists, This is Peterborough Too: Live at the Guild Hall (Rowdy Farrago Records)
Jimi Hendrix, Valleys of Neptune (Legacy/Experience Hendrix). Available in CD and LP vinyl.
Jimi Hendrix, Are You Experienced (Legacy/Experience Hendrix). Available in CD + DVD and LP vinyl.
Jimi Hendrix, Axis: Bold as Love (Legacy/Experience Hendrix). Available in CD + DVD and LP vinyl.
Jimi Hendrix, Electric Ladyland (Legacy/Experience Hendrix). Available in CD + DVD and LP vinyl.
Jimi Hendrix, First Rays of the New Rising Sun (Legacy/Experience Hendrix.) Available in CD + DVD and LP vinyl.
Jimi Hendrix, Smash Hits (Legacy/Experience Hendrix, CD).
Jimi Hendrix, Live At Woodstock (Legacy/Experience Hendrix, 2-DVD and 2-Blu-ray sets.)
Travis Rush, Feel (Mason Records)
douBt, Never Pet A Burning Dog (Moonjune Records)
Iron Kim Style, Iron Kim Style (Moonjune Records)
Beppe Crovella, What’s Rattlin’ on the Moon? (Moonjune Records)
Jan & Dean, Carnival of Sound (Rhino Handmade). Available in a 29-track CD format with mono and stereo mixes of the album, along with the 1966-68 sessions. A deluxe edition combines the CD with a vinyl version of the album in mono that is presented in a hardbound gatefold jacket. Can be ordered at
Michael Daugherty and the Spokane Symphony, Letters from Lincoln (E1 Entertainment)
Peter Paul and Mary, Peter, Paul and Mary With Symphony Orchestra: The Prague Sessions. (Rhino). Features previously unreleased material.
Muse, Under Review (MVD, DVD).
Various artists, The Pacific soundtrack (Rhino). Music from the HBO World War II miniseries. Score composed by Hans Zimmer, Geoff Zanelli and Blake Neely.
Hosey, Goodbye Bikini Island (No label listed)
Various artists, “My Name Is Khan” movie soundtrack (Sony Music). Features Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy’s score and performances by vocatlists including Rahat Fateh Khan, Shafqat, Amanot Ali and Adhan Sami.
Brother Dege, Songs of the American Longhair (No label listed.)
Dynas, The Apartment (Badgramma/BBE)
Fel Sweetenberg, Sophomore Jinx (Bee Eater Records)
Josh Turner, Haywire (Universal Music Group Nashville). Deluxe version. Includes the 11 songs on the standard version plu two previously unreleased songs as well as live audio tracks of his hits “Your Man” and “Long Black Train.”
Andrew Belle, The Ladder (1L Music)
Apse, Climb Up (ATP Records)

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Various artists, Greatest Hits of 1950, Greatest Hits of 1951, Greatest Hits of 1952, Greatest Hits of 1953, Greatest Hits of 1954, Greatest Hits of 1955, Greatest Hits of 1956, Greatest Hits of 1957, Greatest Hits of 1958, Greatest Hits of 1959 (Great Voices of the Century). Each year’s collection features 50 songs on two CDs. Featured artists include The Kingston Trio, Tommy Dorsey, Little Richard, Elvis Presley, Shirley Bassey, The Everly Brothers, The Platters, Lonnie Donegan, Buddy Holly, Connie Francis, The Coasters, The Fleetwoods, Ricky Nelson, Bobby Darin, Cliff Richard, Paul Anka, Johnny Mathis, Neil Sedaka, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Crickets, Jimmie Rodgers, Pat Boone, Vic Damone, Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson, The Poni-Tails, Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole, Tab Hunter, Frankie Lymon, Johnnie Ray, Harry Belafonte, Slim Whitman, The Diamonds, Bill Haley & The Comets, Frank Sinatra, Eddie Fisher, Kay Starr, Doris Day, Louis Armstrong, Les Paul and Jo Stafford.
The Grateful Dead, Road Trips Vol. 3, No. 2 Austin 11-15-71. (Rhino). CD plus a bonus disc taken from a show at Fort Worth’s Texas Christian University in November 1971.
Caleb Quaye and The Faculty, Out of The Blue (No label listed)
Damon, Song of a Gypsy (No label listed, CD). This is a reissue of the 1969 cult classic LP.