Posted in music | new releases on September 28, 2009

7 Worlds Collide7 Worlds Collide's Sun Came Out is a unique album, a project by Neil Finn with original songs written and performed by Finn, Jeff Tweedy, Johnny Marr, KT Tunstall and others.

The Avett Brothers' I and Love and You is one of the year's musical highlights for me, I can't recommend this disc enough.

Other releases I can recommend this week include Cymbals Eat Guitars' Why There Are Mountains (which finally gets a label release), Ghostface Killah's Ghostdini the Wizard of Poetry, Hope Sandoval's Through The Devil Softly, Karen O's Where The Wild Things Are Original Motion Picture Soundtrack: Original Songs By Karen O And The Kids, Langhorne Slim's Be Set Free, Princeton's Cocoon of Love, and Richmond Fontaine's We Used to Think the Freeway Sounded Like a River.

Genesis Live 1973-2007 is an 8-CD, 3-DVD box set that collects the four (now remastered) live albums the band put out in that period, each with bonus tracks.

Aside from the Genesis live box set, the only reissues worth mentioning this week are two from The Brian Jonestown Massacre (Love EP and This Is Why You Love Me EP) and Matthew Friedberger's 2006 double solo album, Winter Women/ Holy Ghost Language School.

What new music can you recommend this week? What's on your shopping list?

This week's interesting CD releases:

7 Worlds Collide: Sun Came Out
Alberta Cross: The Broken Side of Time (vinyl)
Alice In Chains: Black Gives Way To Blue (vinyl)
Anti-Pop Consortium: Fluorescent Black (vinyl)
Apples In Stereo: #1 Hits Explosion (vinyl)
Atlas Sound: Logos
The Avett Brothers: I and Love and You
Beaujolais: Admirations
Bear in Heaven: Wholehearted Mess (vinyl)
Beat Circus: Boy From Black Mountain
Bebel Gilberto: All in One
Bob Dylan: The Collection : Bob Dylan (Another Side of Bob Dylan/Bringing It All Back Home/Highway 61 Revisited) (3-CD box set)
Bob Schneider: Lovely Creatures
Boredoms: Super Roots 10 (vinyl)
Brand New: Daisy (vinyl)
Brandi Carlile: Give Up the Ghost (vinyl)
Breakestra: Dusk Till Dawn (vinyl)
The Brian Jonestown Massacre: Love EP (vinyl reissue)
Brian Jonestown Massacre: This Is Why You Love Me EP (reissue) (vinyl)
Brookville: Broken Lights
Chris Smither: Time Stands Still
Chromeo: DJ-Kicks (vinyl)
Corb Lund: Losin' Lately Gambler
Cory Chisel & the Wandering Sons: Death Won't Send a Letter
Cymbals Eat Guitars: Why There Are Mountains (vinyl)
Damon & Naomi: 1001 Nights (vinyl & DVD)
David Gray: Draw the Line (vinyl)
Dawes: North Hills (vinyl)
Dead Can Dance: The Serpent's Egg (vinyl reissue)
Dethklok: Dethalbum II (CD & DVD)
Digital Leather: Warm Brother (vinyl)
Dizzee Rascal: Tongue N Cheek
Drivin N Cryin: Great American Bubble Factory (vinyl)
Drummer: Feel Good Together
Elvis Costello: The Costello Show: Live at the El Mocambo
The Ettes: Do You Want Power (vinyl)
Fool's Gold: Fool's Gold (vinyl)
Gary Higgins: Seconds (vinyl)
Genesis: Genesis Live 1973-2007 (8-CD 3-DVD box set)
Ghostface Killah: Ghostdini the Wizard of Poetry
Hope Sandoval: Bavarian Fruit Bread (reissue)
Hope Sandoval: Through The Devil Softly
Ian Brown: My Way
Javelina: Beasts Among Sheep
Jenn Grant: Echoes
Johnny Cash: The Music of Johnny Cash (3-CD box set)
Karen O: Where The Wild Things Are Original Motion Picture Soundtrack: Original Songs By Karen O And The Kids (vinyl)
Kris Kristofferson: Closer To The Bone
La Roux: I'm Not Your Toy
La Roux: La Roux
Landon Pigg: The Boy Who Never
Langhorne Slim: Be Set Free
Lowlights: Further/Free
Madness: The Liberty of Norton Folgate
Madonna: Celebration (2-CD edition)
Madonna: Celebration: The Video Collection (dvd)
Magneta Lane: Gambling With God
Malcolm Holcombe: For The Mission Baby
Maps: Turning the Mind
Mark Knopfler: Get Lucky (2-LP vinyl)
Matthew Friedberger: Winter Women/ Holy Ghost Language School (reissue)
Melvins: Chicken Switch
Miles Davis: The Music of Miles Davis (3-CD box set)
OM: God Is Good (vinyl)
Panther: Entropy (vinyl)
Paramore: Brand New Eyes
Patty Loveless: Mountain Soul II
Princeton: Cocoon of Love (vinyl)
Rameses III: I Could Not Love You More
Richmond Fontaine: We Used to Think the Freeway Sounded Like a River
Robert Earl Keen: The Rose Hotel (vinyl)
Rod Stewart: The Rod Stewart Sessions 1971-1998 (4-CD box set)
The Shaky Hands: Let It Die (vinyl)
State Radio: Let It Go
T.H. White: Company Book
Turbo Fruits: Echo Kid
Twin Atlantic: Vivarium
Tyondai Braxton: Central Market (2-LP vinyl)
Various Artists: Can You Dig It? Music & Politics of Black Action Films: 1968-1975 (soundtrack)
Various Artists: Ciao My Shining Star:The Songs of Mark Mulcahy
Various Artists: Music Inspired By The Film More Than A Game
Various Artists: Putumayo Presents: Espana
Various Artists: Tarantino Experience: Take II
Various Artists: Warp 20: Chosen
Various Artists: Warp 20: Recreated
Various Artists: Whip It (soundtrack)
Vitamin String Quartet: The Vitamin String Quartet Tribute to Alice in Chains
Voyces: Let Me Die in Southern California
Waylon Jennings: The Music of Waylon Jennings (3-CD box set)
Wilco: A.M. (vinyl with CD)
Will Hoge: The Wreckage
Willie Nelson: The Music of Willie Nelson (3-CD box set)
Wu-Tang Clan: Chamber Music (vinyl)
Yonder Mountain String Band: The Show (vinyl)
Zero 7: Yeah Ghost
Zevious: After the Air Raid

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Comments (8)

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Posted by J | September 28, 2009 8:09 PM

Nathan and jarod doin an album together set for release in late november. Its called "sans balls"

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Posted by hottiffanyshop | September 28, 2009 11:54 PM

Appreciate the Ghostface Killah's Ghostdini the Wizard of Poetry mention. Well done sir.

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Black Cobra - Chronomega is out today too.

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