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New Album Releases, Week of 1-10-2006

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Miles Davis’ December 1970 sessions in DC were an extension of the recent Live Evil group playing The Cellar Door Sessions 1970. They are now re-mastered and presented as a 6-CD set, half of which has never been released before.

Other than that, the Strokes are probably the biggest name with a new album this week, First Impressions of Earth.

A new George Carlin album would probably be of more real interest than most of the music. Life Is Worth Losing is the companion album to his 13th HBO special, described as “assaultive” in the subject matter. Sounds promising.

Also, Dual Disc releases are out this week for some of the old core Talking Heads classics. Notably, that means Fear of Music now has 5.1 Surround Sound. I’m not sure just what that means, but “Animals” can now surround you with perfectly delightful paranoia. I’m sure the animals think it’s very clever.

Here’s the complete list of this week’s major new album releases, courtesy of AMG:

Miles Davis The Cellar Door Sessions 1970 Legacy
Jazz-Rock, Fusion

The Strokes First Impressions of Earth RCA
Indie Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock

We Are Scientists With Love and Squalor Virgin
Indie Rock

BR5-49 Dog Days Dualtone
Neo-Traditionalist Country, Americana, Alternative Country

Berliner Barock Solisten Telemann: Sinfonia Melodica Archiv Produktion
Baroque Orchestral Music

Callenish Circle Pitch Black Effects Metal Blade
Heavy Metal, Death Metal/Black Metal

George Carlin Life Is Worth Losing Atlantic
Observational Humor, Standup Comedy

The Cottars Forerunner Rounder
Celtic Folk, Contemporary Celtic

Buddy DeFranco and His Orchestra 1949-52 Studio Performances Hep
Swing, Classic Jazz, Big Band

Natalie Dessay Delirio: Handel’s Italian Cantatas Virgin Classics
Baroque Vocal Music

Michael Gielen Mahler: Symphony No. 10 – A Performing Version by Deryck Cooke Haenssler
Post-Romantic Orchestral Music

Guru Guru In the Guru Lounge Inside/Out
Kraut Rock, Prog-Rock/Art Rock, Experimental Rock

Incredible String Band The Circle Is Unbroken: Live and Studio 1967-1972 Castle
British Folk-Rock, British Folk, Psychedelic, Acid Folk

Jack Ingram Live Wherever You Are Big Machine
Contemporary Country, Country-Rock

Etta James The Definitive Collection Geffen
Southern Soul, Soul-Blues, R&B, Soul

Bettye LaVette Take Another Little Piece of My Heart Varese Sarabande
Southern Soul, Soul

The Lashes Get It Red Ink/Columbia
Indie Rock

Brenda Lee The Definitive Collection MCA Nashville
Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan, Country-Pop, Pop, Rock & Roll

Libera Libera Visions EMI
Contemporary Choral Music

Julie London The Very Best of Julie London [2006] EMI
Traditional Pop, Vocal Pop, Torch Songs, Vocal Jazz, Standards, Cool

Morningwood Morningwood Capitol
Alternative Pop/Rock

The Move Message from the Country [Bonus Tracks] Capitol
British Psychedelia, Psychedelic Pop, Prog-Rock/Art Rock, Rock & Roll, Psychedelic

Ricky Nelson Greatest Hits [Capitol] Capitol
Teen Idol, Rockabilly, Rock & Roll, Country-Rock

The Neville Brothers Walkin’ in the Shadow of Life Back Porch
New Orleans R&B, Funk, Adult Contemporary

Conrad Steinmann Melpomen: Ancient Greek Music Harmonia Mundi
Music of Antiquity

Lionel Richie/Commodores Gold Hip-O/Motown
Pop/Rock, Urban, Soft Rock, Adult Contemporary, Quiet Storm, Funk

Darden Smith Field of Crows Dualtone
Americana, Country-Folk, Progressive Country

Talking Heads Fear of Music [DualDisc] Sire/Warner Bros./Rhino
American Punk, New York Punk, Album Rock, Post-Punk, Pop/Rock, New Wave, College Rock

Talking Heads More Songs About Buildings and Food [DualDisc] Sire/Warner Bros./Rhino
American Punk, New York Punk, Album Rock, Pop/Rock, New Wave

Talking Heads Remain in Light [DualDisc] Sire/Warner Bros./Rhino
Album Rock, Experimental Rock, Pop/Rock, New Wave, College Rock, Post-Punk

Talking Heads Talking Heads: 77 [DualDisc] Sire/Warner Bros./Rhino
American Punk, New York Punk, Album Rock, Pop/Rock, New Wave

Various Artists All Shook Up: A Reggae Tribute to the King Sanctuary/Trojan
Reggae-Pop, Roots Reggae, Lovers Rock

Various Artists Classic Railroad Songs from Smithsonian Folkways Smithonian/Folkways
Folksongs, Traditional Folk, Field Recordings, Work Songs, Old-Timey, Traditional Bluegrass, Early American Blues

Various Artists Dirty Martini Water Music
Downtempo, Downbeat, Jazz-House, Club/Dance

Various Artists Ice Breaka VP/Universal
Dancehall, Contemporary Reggae

Various Artists Riddim Driven: Lava Splash VP/Universal
Contemporary Reggae, Dancehall

Various Artists Riddim Driven: R.A.W. Ready and Willing VP/Universal
Dancehall, Contemporary Reggae

Various Artists TBS Tunes: Fun Tracks Wisecracks Rhino
Alternative Pop/Rock, New Wave

Ying Yang Twins U.S.A. Still United TVT
Southern Rap, Dirty South, Party Rap, Gangsta Rap

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  • The Strokes came out last week on the Third.

  • Nik

    I bought the strokes last week? Good stuff too.

  • The Strokes only showed up on my listings this week. My apologies. Hopefully, no one suffered any long lasting damage from the deprivement of knowing about a new Stokes album for an extra week.

  • al, where are you getting your release data from?

    maybe consider using ice magazine?

  • I get a kick out of categories and genres in this weekly list. Just look at all the genres the Talking Heads fall into.

    And “Kraut Rock”? I get that it’s German; just struck me funny.

  • JR

    The Miles Davis came out in December.

    I have to say, I get a better listing of new releases from the Tower Records site.