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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Push The Sky Away (2013)

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nThis is fifteenth studio album by the Australian alternative rock band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Recorded at La Fabrique in southern France, it is the band’s first album not to feature founding member Mick Harvey, who departed the band in January 2009. Push the Sky Away was recorded at La Fabrique, a recording studio based in a 19th century mansion in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France. It was produced by Nick Launay, who produced Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds three previous studio albums – Nocturama (2003), Abattoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus (2004) and Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!! (2008) – and Grinderman’s two studio albums.

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Boduf Songs – Burnt Up On Re-Entry (2013)

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BOSouthern Records is proud to present the new Boduf Songs album, an adventurous, unpredictable and exceptional piece of music, which marks the evolution of Mat Sweet’s sound from the minimalist acoustic approach he has previously taken on his four albums for the Kranky label, to a more adventurous and experimental treatment of his songs.Burnt Up On Re-Entry is very much another galaxy for Boduf Songs, allowing Mathew Sweet to explore new black holes and interstellar clouds, resulting in expanding sounds that interact powerfully with his finely honed songwriting, and presenting a new hypothesis of the universe.

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Madeleine Peyroux – The Blue Room (2013)

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MADMadeleine Peyroux interprets classics from the Ray Charles “country” songbook as well as reimagining a few of her own favorite covers on The Blue Room, her sixth studio album.Produced by Peyroux studio veteran Larry Klein with lush string arrangements by Vince Mendoza, The Blue Room resurrects tracks from Charles’ groundbreaking 1962 album The Modern Sounds of Country and Western Music, a 50-year-old creative hybrid of country and orchestrated jazz that stands as one of the most influential, original and successful cross-genre albums of all time.

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Various Artists – Music Is Love [A Singer-Songwriters’ Tribute to the Music of CSN&Y] (2012)

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More than 40 years ago, CSN&Y were looking inward, speaking out and writing songs that helped define a generation. Well, that generation grew up, as did the artists, but this connection and bond continued; then new generations discovered them, and much of the music ripened and gained fresh meaning with new causes and the passage […]

Connie Smith – Long Line of Heartaches (2011)

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New recordings by the country music legend Connie Smith, long acclaimed as one of the greatest singers in the history of the genre have been as rare as the voice and knowing singing she brings to them. Long Line of Heartaches, set for release on August 23rd, her first full album of new material since […]

Blame Sally – Speeding Ticket And A Valentine (2011)

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There’s little argument from anyone to say that music is spiritual. Music expresses our deepest longings, passions, pains and joys. Those who go there find a stronger sense of self and others than without it.  Especially gifted musicians are able to bring this sense of spirit to their audience.  If there’s anything to that statement, Blame Sally is an […]

The Beach Boys – Smiley Smile [Mono & Stereo Remasters] (2012)

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Smiley Smile is the twelfth studio album by American rock band The Beach Boys, released on September 18, 1967 on Brother Records and Capitol. Released in the aftermath of the shelving of Smile, Smiley Smile is best known for its sparse and lo-fi production. Upon its unveiling, the album was received with confusion. Digitally remastered […]