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This Changes Everything - Lauderdale, Jim.

This Changes Everything

Veteran singer-songwriter Jim Lauderdale sets his sights on the Lone Star State with this collection of songs that includes You Turned Me Around; Lost in the Shuffle; and All the Rage in Paris. .

Jan 10, 2017
The well-intentioned virus - Zao (Musical group) performer

The well-intentioned virus

Jan 11, 2017
The waiting room - Trip Lee, 1987- performer.

The waiting room

Jan 11, 2017
The Ultimate Christmas Collection - Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

The Ultimate Christmas Collection

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, America's best-loved choral ensemble, sings a wide variety of Christmas favorites, from classical hymns like Handel's Hallelujah Chorus and Schubert's Ave Maria to popular yuletide carols like Irving Berlin's White Christmas and Leroy Anderson's Sleigh Ride.

Jan 10, 2017
The Trackless Woods - Dement, Iris.

The Trackless Woods

A breathtaking pairing of piano and voice in Iris' sui generis style with timeless melodies that are deeply rooted in the American South.

Jan 10, 2017
The legend live - Santa Barbara County Bowl- November 25th, 1979 - Marley, Bob.

The legend live - Santa Barbara County Bowl- November 25th, 1979

Jan 9, 2017
The Impossible Shapes. - Impossible Shapes (Musical group)

The Impossible Shapes.

Jan 10, 2017
The Glass Effect - Meijer, Lavinia.

The Glass Effect

Philip Glass's music transfers easily to the harp, giving it a softer and more round quality with expressive depth. With his upcoming 80th birthday in January 2017, this album brings a great opportunity for Glass and Meijer to collaborate as well as celebrate both of their achievements.

Jan 10, 2017
The Complete Recitals on Warner Classics - Gheorghiu, Angela.

The Complete Recitals on Warner Classics

These seven recitals were recorded over a period of fifteen years and cover mostly Italian and French operatic repertoire.

Jan 10, 2017
The classics - Zimmer, Hans, composer.

The classics

Jan 12, 2017
The Bones of What You Believe - Chvrches.

The Bones of What You Believe

Hailing from Glasgow, Scotland, Chvrches make their debut with an album whose sound is inspired by such artists as Kate Bush, Prince, and Depeche Mode. Includes the single The Mother We Share.

Jan 10, 2017
Swiss Radio Days- Ray Charles Orchestra, Vol. 41 - Ray Charles Orchestra.

Swiss Radio Days- Ray Charles Orchestra, Vol. 41

Features legendary concert recordings by a young Ray Charles and his big band in Zurich, 1961.

Jan 10, 2017
Stranger - Balmorhea.


The most forward-leaning of their catalog, Stranger presents worlds of tenderness, aggression, estrangement, and freedom using an expanded sonic palette including guitar loops, vibes, synthesizers, ukulele, and steel pan drums. In addition to these new sounds, electric guitars and percussion take the stage once occupied by piano and acoustic guitars.

Jan 10, 2017
Storybook - Eder, Linda


Jan 11, 2017
Stoney - Malone, Post, composer, performer.


Jan 9, 2017
Sting Variations - Tierney Sutton Band.

Sting Variations

The Tierney Sutton Band continue their history of remarkably creative exploration of well-known songs with unique interpretations of songs from Sting's diverse repertoire.

Jan 10, 2017
Stay Together - Kaiser Chiefs.

Stay Together

Kaiser Chiefs are back with their sixth studio album, the follow up to their U.K. number one album Education, Education, Education and War. Their new CD includes the single Hole In My Soul.

Jan 10, 2017
Soft Hair - Soft Hair.

Soft Hair

Self titled debut album from the duo consisting of Connan Mockasin and Sam Dust.

Jan 10, 2017
Slow - Liebert, Ottmar, composer, instrumentalist, producer.


Jan 9, 2017
Sleeping Bag - Sleeping Bag (Musical group), performer

Sleeping Bag

Jan 11, 2017