New Music in 2007

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Postby PCStuff » Wed Feb 28, 2007 5:09 am

Who is that last one? I can't read the artist on the image.
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Postby Hugues » Wed Feb 28, 2007 6:21 am

PCStuff wrote:Who is that last one? I can't read the artist on the image.


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Postby deaeterna » Thu Mar 01, 2007 8:29 pm

Anais Mitchell - The Brightness
Jonatha Brooke - Careful What You Wish For
The Alternate Routes - Good and Reckless and True
The Breakers - Here For a Laugh
Limbeck - Limbeck
Future Clouds and Radar - Future Clouds and Radar

Also coming up...

The Last Town Chorus
Maria Taylor
Jack Ingram
Mavis Staples
Laura Veirs
Page McConnell
John Lee Hooker
Scott Miller
Bright Eyes
Los Straitjackets
Fountains of Wayne
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Postby keith from ny » Thu Mar 01, 2007 10:35 pm

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March 13th!

There's an mp3 of a new song by The Innocence Mission: "Into Brooklyn, Early In The Morning" at Badman Recording Co.


I have loved these guys since 1995 when I saw them open for Natalie Merchant at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie, New York. Karen Peris's voice is ethereal and mesmerizing. I will be finding this one.

It really freaks me out that someone can love Karen Peris and Hilary Duff, Matt. The world needs more pop music fans like you!
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Postby keith from ny » Thu Mar 01, 2007 10:39 pm

deaeterna wrote:The Alternate Routes - Good and Reckless and True

This is actually a re-release of their 2005 indie debut album produced by Jay Joyce on Vanguard (they signed with them last year). Great album!
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Postby deaeterna » Thu Mar 01, 2007 10:45 pm

keith from ny wrote:
deaeterna wrote:The Alternate Routes - Good and Reckless and True

This is actually a re-release of their 2005 indie debut album produced by Jay Joyce on Vanguard (they signed with them last year). Great album!


Can't get anything past you, can I Keith? LOL.
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Postby keith from ny » Thu Mar 01, 2007 10:55 pm

deaeterna wrote:
keith from ny wrote:
deaeterna wrote:The Alternate Routes - Good and Reckless and True

This is actually a re-release of their 2005 indie debut album produced by Jay Joyce on Vanguard (they signed with them last year). Great album!


Can't get anything past you, can I Keith? LOL.

Their lead guitarist is my cousin-in-law's nephew, I've seen them play half a dozen times. It's great that they're really starting to get popular. Image
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Postby disco_fred » Fri Mar 02, 2007 1:35 am

I'm sure it won't please anyone but me, but this is what I'm looking forward to the most :wink: --

Avril Lavigne -- "The Best Damn Thing" -- April 17th :D :!:

The Duff -- "Dignity" -- April 3rd :D :!:
"Sometimes I think the world has gone completely mad. And then I think -- ah, who cares? And then I think -- hey, what's for supper?" -- Jack Handey.
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Postby disco_fred » Fri Mar 02, 2007 1:37 am

keith from ny wrote:
disco_fred wrote:
kcguy wrote:Image
March 13th!

There's an mp3 of a new song by The Innocence Mission: "Into Brooklyn, Early In The Morning" at Badman Recording Co.


I have loved these guys since 1995 when I saw them open for Natalie Merchant at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie, New York. Karen Peris's voice is ethereal and mesmerizing. I will be finding this one.

It really freaks me out that someone can love Karen Peris and Hilary Duff, Matt. The world needs more pop music fans like you!


Super-hugs, disco balls, and love for you, Keith :D 8) :!: !!!

Don't let my disco superstar exterior fool you :wink: -- I secretly like some deep, meaningful, ethereal music. But don't tell anyone! I have an image to uphold :P !!!
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Postby TontoBronto » Sat Mar 03, 2007 9:13 pm

While burning a DVD of a 1979 Rockpalast show, I wondered what had happened to Joan Armatrading. Lo and behold, she has a new CD coming out at the beginning of May.
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Postby TontoBronto » Sun Mar 04, 2007 11:11 am

Bryan Ferry will release Dylanesque next week (at least in the UK).
Surprisingly, it's a CD of Avril LaVigne covers. :shock: :wink:
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Postby Firewalker » Tue Mar 06, 2007 9:07 am

One of my favourite artists, Bjork, has announced that her new album will be released in early May. It's called Volta and it will supposedly not be as dark and somber as her last album, Medulla (which I personally didn't care for). I'm also looking forward to the Arctic Monkeys' second album (Favourite Worst Nightmare; April 24) and Feist's The Reminder (May 1). Finally, I want Tori Amos' American Doll Posse (May 1) just based on the cover alone.
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Postby keith from ny » Sun Mar 18, 2007 10:04 am

keith from ny wrote:
deaeterna wrote:
keith from ny wrote:
deaeterna wrote:The Alternate Routes - Good and Reckless and True

This is actually a re-release of their 2005 indie debut album produced by Jay Joyce on Vanguard (they signed with them last year). Great album!


Can't get anything past you, can I Keith? LOL.

Their lead guitarist is my cousin-in-law's nephew, I've seen them play half a dozen times. It's great that they're really starting to get popular. Image

The CD has been (re)released! :D

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Great album, here's a sample track you can check out.
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Postby kcguy » Sun Apr 08, 2007 1:01 am

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Beauty & Crime


Yes!!! I can't wait!

From SuzanneVega.com:

Out June 5th internationally and July 17th in North America, Beauty & Crime, her seventh album, marks Suzanne's debut on Blue Note Records.

Inspired by the city where Suzanne grew up and still currently resides, Beauty & Crime revolves around Suzanne's experiences in New York. Her gift for storytelling is evident on 'New York is a Woman', which personifies the city as a hard-luck lady whose beauty still shines.

Take a tour of New York on 'Ludlow Street', which discusses the ghosts of Lower East Side haunts and 'Zephyr & I', about a conversation Suzanne had with graffiti artist Zephyr while walking down West End Avenue. The album also includes two of Suzanne’s most personal songs yet, a love song for her husband, 'Bound', and a dedication to her daughter, 'As You Are Now'.


Beauty & Crime Tracklisting:

Zephyr & I
Ludlow Street
New York Is A Woman
Pornographer's Dream
Frank & Ava
Edith Wharton's Figurines
Bound
Unbound
As You Are Now
Angel's Doorway
Anniversary

The details about the recording of the album and accompanying musicians included: "background vocalist and vocal arranger KT Tunstall".


Another note on the site mentioned that they will start streaming tracks from the album next week.
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Postby Hugues » Fri Apr 13, 2007 5:37 am

My favourite albums of 2007 so far (alphabetical order):

Julie Doiron: Woke Myself Up
Patty Griffin: Children Running Through
Kristin Hersh: Learn to Sing like a Star
Jenifer Jackson: The Outskirts of a Giant Town
Eleni Mandell: Miracle of Five
Moore + Sons: Us Fools
My Brightest Diamond: Tear It Down
Devon Sproule: Keep Your Silver Shined
Wilco: Sky Blue Sky
Lucinda Williams: West
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