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One Night In Miami... [OST] (CD)

Various Artists

One Night In Miami features an imaginary meeting between Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, Muhammad Ali and Jim Brown in 1964, during which X inspires Cooke to write his poignant hit about civil rights, "A Change Is Gonna Come." Leslie Odom Jr.'s impressive performance as Cooke in the film is captured here on the soundtrack with that tune as well as "You Send Me," "Chain Gang," and others. Terence Blanchard's soulful compositions make up the rest of the album, apart from the lively "Howl For Me Daddy" by Keb' Mo' and New Orleans artist Tarriona "Tank" Ball, and Billy Preston's 1962 classic "Greazee."

How Many Times (CD)

Esther Rose

New Orleans alt-country artist Esther Rose embraces folk pop for her new album, How Many Times . Plaintive fiddle accompanies her catchy acoustic guitar chords and fragile-sounding voice on the title track and "Keeps Me Running." "My Bad Mood" has the throwback country feel of a Patsy Cline number, while the bluesier "Coyote Creek" makes good use of both steel and surf guitar sounds. "Mountaintop" is a lovely toe-tapper with good energy and lyrical strings.



Pop/rock band Levara make their debut with a polished self-titled album. '80s pop influences are strong in tracks like the melodramatic "Ever Enough" with guitarist Trev Lukather (son of Toto's Steve Lukather) showing off his chops on the bridge. The title track is unabashedly hooky with more impressive guitar soloing, while "Chameleon" starts out as a smooth rock ballad and builds into a feelgood epic outro.

The Devil All The Time [OST] (CD)

Various Artists

The Netflix thriller, The Devil All The Time , owes a lot of its Southern gothic atmosphere to its soundtrack of folk, country and dreamy '50s pop. Two tracks by Pokey LaFarge, including "Washed In The Blood" which he performs in the film, and compositions by Saunder Jurriaans & Danny Bensi are complemented by well-curated classics from artists like Jimmie Rodgers, Wynn Stewart, Sonny James, and Bill Phillips with Dolly Parton ("Put It Off Until Tomorrow"). The many highlights include Ferlin Husky's "Wings of a Dove" and The Delmore Brothers' "Hillbilly Boogie."

Turn Up That Dial (CD)

Dropkick Murphys

It probably comes as a surprise to no one that Dropkick Murphys have managed to focus on lifting our spirits for their tenth studio album, rather than dredging up the turmoil and tragedies of the past year. Sing-along-ready folk-punk like "Queen of Suffolk County" might be exactly the kind of medicine we need right now, along with the defiant energy of the rockin' "Middle Finger." And for some comfort, the ballad "I Wish You Were Here," with its plaintive Celtic folk notes, addresses our universal sense of loss in a straightforward but elegant manner.

Forever Isn't Long Enough (CD)

Alfie Templeman

18-year-old indie pop artist Alfie Templeman presents his new mini-album (or his fifth EP), Forever Isn't Long Enough , with the artful, catchy single "Everybody's Gonna Love Somebody." The title track is a slick, funky dance hit, reflecting his R&B influences in addition to the hints of '80s pop/New Wave on the record. "Shady" is another example of this, combining booming bass with synths and funky electric guitar, while the groovy "Wait, I Lied" shows off his flexible vocal stylings.

Voyager (CD)

Current Joys

Nick Rattigan returns as Current Joys with Voyager , an intriguing new album of melancholy but stirring indie rock. "American Honey" highlights his world-weary voice alongside lilting strings and softly toe-tapping guitar, while "Money Making Machine" is an exciting ride with driving guitar, summoning the best parts of artists like Wolf Parade and Wymond Miles. "Amateur" offers a cyclical keyboard melody and warm strings, then adds a danceable drum beat before building enjoyably in intensity. There's a pleasant variety to these well-written gems from the talented singer/songwriter.

The Poet II (CD)

Bobby Womack

Part two of Bobby Womack's The Poet has just been remastered and reissued to accompany that album's 40th anniversary edition. With its release in 1981, The Poet had already shot Womack back onto the charts, but for The Poet II in 1984, he kicked things up a notch and brought in Patti LaBelle. The legendary LaBelle's guest vocals light up the first three tracks, especially "Love Has Finally Come At Last." Part two also features the funky dance hit, "Tell Me Why."

Sweep It Into Space (CD)

Dinosaur Jr.

Dinosaur Jr. return with their first new studio album since 2016, Sweep It Into Space , co-produced by Kurt Vile. Vile also contributed guitar on “I Ran Away,” which is appropriately folky in a ramshackle fashion, until it hits the bridge and dips back into the band’s trademark fuzzy guitar sound. The band also explores new territory on the dub-inflected “Take It Back,” but there are solid classic Dinosaur Jr. tracks here like “I Ain’t” and “Hide Another Round,” often just a bit more melodic than usual. Then “Garden” is an interestingly half-swooning, half-toe-tapping number with a strong melody.

The Ides Of March (CD)

Myles Kennedy

The Ides of March , the second solo album from Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge, Slash and The Conspirators), is a set of melodic rock tracks with a taste of the blues and classic rock, featuring his powerful voice. The dynamic title track offers hushed, jangly verses and a Muse-like anthemic chorus, as well as Santana-style guitar on the bridge. "In Stride" is particularly strong -- a catchy, bluesy rocker with an upbeat chorus, while "Get Along" is more straightforward pop-rock with a bit of '90s alternative flair.

Daddy's Home (CD)

St. Vincent

Daddy's Home is St. Vincent's sixth studio album featuring Annie Clark's evolving art/rock sound. Continuing her collaboration with Jack Antonoff who produced 2017's Masseduction , the new album incorporates elements of '70s soul and funk into her eclectic sound. "The Melting of The Sun" is an example of this on the subtle end, with its sweetly psychedelic outro. "Pay Your Way In Pain," on the other hand, is tongue-in-cheek electro-funk, impeccably arranged as ever.

The Million Masks Of God (CD)

Manchester Orchestra

After the loss of a band member's father, Manchester Orchestra focused on the theme of life after death with a characteristic intensity on their sixth studio album, The Million Masks of God . There is an epic feel to these dramatic songs that blend subtle electronic touches with walls of guitar and affecting vocals. "Bed Head" is electrifying throughout, for example, while "Keel Timing" offers strong dynamics, brooding and building into an emotional chorus.

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