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New album releases, week of 2-8-2005

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There’s a new album from Lee Ann Womack, There’s More Where That Came From. Also, Brian McKnight has Gemini, and 3 Doors Down puts out their third album, Seventeen Days.

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

Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass The Lonely Bull [Deluxe Edition] Sony
Jazz-Pop, Pop, Instrumental Pop

Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass Lost Treasures Sony
Jazz-Pop, Pop, Instrumental Pop

Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass South of the Border [Deluxe Edition] Sony
Jazz-Pop, Pop, Instrumental Pop

Anonymous 4 The Origin of Fire: Music and Visions of Hildegard von Bingen Harmonia Mundi
Medieval Vocal and Choral Music

Bad Manners Feel Like Jumping! Sanctuary/Trojan
Ska Revival

Michael Buble It’s Time [Bonus Tracks] Warner Brothers
Vocal Pop, Adult Contemporary, Traditional Pop, Standards, Pop, Vocal Jazz

Charlie Byrd Homage to Jobim: Live at the Fujitsu-Concord 26th Jazz Festival Concord
Brazilian Jazz

Tracy Byrd Greatest Hits BNA
New Traditionalist, Contemporary Country

Roy Clark The Very Best of Roy Clark Time Life
Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan, Country-Pop, Instrumental Country

Crowbar Lifesblood for the Downtrodden Candlelight
Sludge Metal, Doom Metal, Alternative Metal, Heavy Metal

Ana Da Silva The Lighthouse Chicks on Speed
Indie Rock

The Duhks The Duhks Sugar Hill
Progressive Bluegrass

Earth Living in the Gleam of an Unsheathed Sword Troubleman Unlimited
Doom Metal, Experimental Rock, Grunge

Eisley Room Noises Warner Brothers
Alternative Pop/Rock

The Frames Burn the Maps Anti
Indie Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock

Sage Francis A Healthy Distrust Epitaph
Underground Rap, Hardcore Rap

The Grascals The Grascals Rounder
Contemporary Bluegrass, Progressive Bluegrass

Kim & Reggie Harris/Rabbi Jonathan Kligler Let My People Go! Appleseed
Jewish Folk, Spirituals, Contemporary Folk, Political Folk, Traditional Folk

Hood Outside Closer Domino

Gregory Isaacs Gregory Isaacs Sings Dennis Brown Ras / Sanctuary
Contemporary Reggae, Roots Reggae, Lovers Rock

K-Ci & JoJo All My Life: Their Greatest Hits Geffen
Contemporary R&B, Urban

Krayzie Bone Gemini: Good vs. Evil [Bonus DVD] Artist Direct BMG
Gangsta Rap, Contemporary R&B, Pop-Rap, G-Funk, Urban, Hip-Hop

Mike Ladd Negrophilia: The Album Thirsty Ear
Underground Rap, Alternative Rap, Avant-Garde Jazz

Brian McKnight Gemini Motown
Urban, Contemporary R&B, Quiet Storm

Paul Motian/Bill Frisell/Joe Lovano I Have the Room Above Her ECM
Modern Creative

The O’Jays The Essential O’Jays Sony
Philly Soul, Soul

TV Original Soundtrack Deadwood: Music From the HBO Original Series Lost Highway
TV Soundtrack, Television Music, Country-Folk, Television Soundtracks, Neo-Traditionalist Country, Alternative Country, Acoustic Blues, Piano Blues

The Pogues Streams of Whiskey: Live in Leysin, Switzerland [Dual Disc] Silverline
College Rock, Celtic Rock

Reckless Kelly Wicked Twisted Road Sugar Hill
Alternative Country-Rock, Alternative Country

Esa-Pekka Salonen Essa-Pekka Salonen: Wing on Wing Deutsche Grammophon
Contemporary Orchestral Music

The Selecter Street Feeling Sanctuary/Trojan
Ska Revival

Giuseppe Sinopoli Bruno Maderna: Quadrivium; Aura; Biogramma Deutsche Grammophon
Contemporary Orchestral Music

Tashi A Flock Descends into the Pentagonal Garden: Music by Toru Takemitsu Deutsche Grammophon
Contemporary Orchestral and Chamber Music

Various Artists Drive-Thru Records And Purevolume.com Drive-Thru
Punk-Pop, Emo, Punk Revival

Various Artists Get Happy: The Harold Arlen Centennial Celebration Verve
Vocal Jazz, Traditional Pop, American Popular Song

Various Artists These Times We’re Living In: A Red House Anthology Red House
Contemporary Folk, Singer/Songwriter

Andrew Bird The Mysterious Production of Eggs Righteous Babe
Adult Alternative Pop/Rock

Outrageous Cherry Our Love Will Change the World Rainbow Quartz
Indie Pop, Indie Rock

3 Doors Down Seventeen Days Universal
Post-Grunge, Alternative Metal

Lee Ann Womack There’s More Where That Came From MCA Nashville
Contemporary Country, Country-Pop

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  • The Theory

    the new Eisley releases tomorrow, too… that’s a great album.

    didn’t know Andrew Bird is releasing a new album… i’ll definately have to pick that up. his stuff is fantastic.