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Brothers Of A Feather: Live At The Roxy (CD)

Rich Robinson

Originally released in 2007, Chris & Rich Robinson’s Brothers of a Feather: Live at the Roxy sounds as poignant and stirring as ever. This stellar reissue features sound so crisp you’d swear the guys were in the same room as you — well, actually, considering this is a compilation of 2006 era live shows at LA’s The Roxy, it probably actually sounds even clearer. It’s a minimalist affair, focused on the warm vibrato of guitar strings, the homespun interplay of the Robinsons’ voices, and the soulful delivery of backing vocalists Mona Lisa Young and Charity White. Featuring classic Black Crowes tracks as well as moving covers of Gene Clark, Little Feat, and Bob Dylan covers, if you weren’t one already, Brothers of a Feather will certainly make you a believer.

American Standard (CD)

James Taylor

James Taylor dips into the musical theater repertoire for his nineteenth studio album, American Standard . Tunes like “Moon River” and “Almost Like Being In Love” fit seamlessly into his classic folk ballad style, but elsewhere his arrangements shake things up a bit, incorporating light touches of blues, swing, and ragtime. “As Easy As Rolling Off A Log” from “Over The Goal” (1937) is a sweet and sunny highlight. The album also includes some jazz and blues standards such as Billie Holiday's “God Bless The Child” with mellow slide guitar.

The Music Of Wayne Shorter (CD)

Wynton Marsalis

Living legend saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter performed at Jazz at Lincoln Center for three nights in 2015, a concert series that featured some of his lesser known works and highlighted his multicultural compositions, not to mention selections from Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers and the Miles Davis Quintet, and his solo Blue Note albums. That makes it a 2-disc delight chock full of sweeping, thrilling numbers, each arranged by a member of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. The sauntering, satisfying “Hammerhead” is a key track as well as the funky “Endangered Species” with its intricate rhythms.

Father Of All... (CD)

Green Day

Father of All… finds Green Day moving from the mosh pit to the dancefloor. The album contains all the attitude, high-energy drive, and addictive qualities of their earlier work but instead of in-your-face punk rock confrontation, Billy Joe Armstrong and the boys are serving up catchy-as-hell dance punk. Drawing inspiration from T. Rex, Martha and the Vandellas, Little Richard, and Mott the Hoople, the band wrote the album as a response to our current social and political climate. In this case, however, instead of a middle finger to the guy in the White House, we’ve got a more primal response — the basic human need to move your body, throw yourself around, and work it out on the dancefloor. Thirteen albums in and Green Day still has the power to surprise. Father of All… is a riotous good time.

And It's Still Alright (CD)

Nathaniel Rateliff

Having conquered rock radio with his band The Night Sweats, Rateliff switches gears (as well as musical personas) and returns to his more folk-y roots for his latest solo outing, And It's Still Alright . This latest collection of songs stem from a few years of personal turbulence for Rateliff, including the death of producer/friend Richard Swift in 2018, and learning to process all of it while retaining a sense of hope. Familiar and comforting influences abound to color the proceedings, from the Harry Nilsson-esque delivery of "All Or Nothing" to the Leonard Cohen-tinged "Tonight #2." Older fans will welcome the sonic reminder of Rateliff's earlier career output, while the newer fans of the Night Sweats will find another side of the soulful frontman to connect with.

Brothers Of A Feather: Live At The Roxy (CD)

Chris Robinson

Originally released in 2007, Chris & Rich Robinson’s Brothers of a Feather: Live at the Roxy sounds as poignant and stirring as ever. This stellar reissue features sound so crisp you’d swear the guys were in the same room as you — well, actually, considering this is a compilation of 2006 era live shows at LA’s The Roxy, it probably actually sounds even clearer. It’s a minimalist affair, focused on the warm vibrato of guitar strings, the homespun interplay of the Robinsons’ voices, and the soulful delivery of backing vocalists Mona Lisa Young and Charity White. Featuring classic Black Crowes tracks as well as moving covers of Gene Clark, Little Feat, and Bob Dylan covers, if you weren’t one already, Brothers of a Feather will certainly make you a believer.

Always Tomorrow (CD)

Best Coast

The excellent Always Tomorrow serves up Best Coast's usual winning formula of sunny surf pop meets garage rock grit, but this time, something's just a little different. In the five years since the California duo's last album, frontwoman Bethany Consentino has focused on personal growth, kicking the morning weed habit, quitting the booze, and splitting songwriting duties with bandmate Bobb Bruno during a period when inspiration refused to come a-knockin'. As a result, the aptly-named Always Tomorrow is infused with a self-aware optimism. Even when Cosentino's lyrics gives a nod to her foibles, there's a knowing air that hints she's not gonna stay down in the dumps too long. Fans will find much to love on this upbeat rocker of an album.

Made In Muscle Shoals (CD)

The Revivalists

The New Orleans-based Revivalists' new EP features reimagined versions of songs from their previous two albums, with arrangements drawn from the soul-soaked vibe and history of the Muscle Shoals studio in which the band recorded. Tracks like "Oh No" from Take Good Care are a touch grittier here with less soaring pop production. The EP also includes a new song called "The Bitter End," which is a laidback, groovy number, and a heartfelt cover of the Bee Gees' "To Love Somebody."

The Music Of Wayne Shorter (CD)

Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra

Living legend saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter performed at Jazz at Lincoln Center for three nights in 2015, a concert series that featured some of his lesser known works and highlighted his multicultural compositions, not to mention selections from Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers and the Miles Davis Quintet, and his solo Blue Note albums. That makes it a 2-disc delight chock full of sweeping, thrilling numbers, each arranged by a member of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. The sauntering, satisfying “Hammerhead” is a key track as well as the funky “Endangered Species” with its intricate rhythms.

Random Desire (CD)

Greg Dulli

Afghan Whigs and Twilight Singers mastermind Greg Dulli, after years recording as the latter project, puts out his first true solo album under his own name. Random Desire is a direct window into the songwriter’s psyche, with the lion’s share of the instrumentation provided from Dulli himself, achieving a stripped-down take on the unique blend of indie rock, R&B, and dark pop elements that he’s perfected over the years. “A Ghost” sounds like a modern update of what could be a Dusty Springfield or Lee Hazlewood song, while “Pantomima” would sound right at home slotted between alt-rock heroes such as Foo Fighters and Queens of the Stone Age.

Live At The Royal Albert Hall 1974 (CD)

Bryan Ferry

Bryan Ferry’s Live at the Royal Albert Hall 1974 captures the elegance and excitement of the legendary artist’s first ever solo tour. Available for the first time, the recording is infused with effortless cool, suave soul, and all the unforgettable hits from both These Foolish Things and Another Time, Another Place (Ferry’s output up until that time). His jazz age influences are readily apparent in the jubilant, glamorous orchestration; the vibrancy and atmosphere of the evening practically float through the stereo speakers, bringing listeners back to one very special performance in London all those years ago.

In The Key Of Joy (CD)

Sergio Mendes

Brazilian music legend Sergio Mendes is known for collaboration: from humble beginnings and playing piano on bossa nova albums by Herbie Mann and Cannonball Adderley, to Herb Albert introducing Brasil 66 to the pop world, to later life endeavors with John Legend and the Black Eyed Peas. Yet the man’s rich musical legacy cannot be adequately summed up by memories of will.i.am rapping over “Mas Que Nada,” and In The Key of Joy recognizes this possibly more than any other release that Mendes has done yet, which is quite impressive for an artist whose work spans over six decades. His newest album functions as both a collection of new material as well as a soundtrack to the concurrently released documentary that shares its name. True to the artist’s omnivorous musical stylings, Joy features a cornucopia of sounds and collaborators. That includes melding hip-hop to samba on songs such as “Sabor Do Rio” and the title track, featuring Common and Compton-based rapper Buddy, respectively, as well as tapping reggaeton duo Cali y El Dandee for the dance pop of “La Noche Entera.” Both retrospective and forward-looking, In The Key of Joy achieves what few records can, and is a fitting celebration of Sergio Mendes’ illustrious career.

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