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Ben Harper and Charlie Musselthwaite (2013)


Get Up!
Outstanding blues-oriented twelfth album from American singer-songwriter and multi-isntrumentalist Ben Harper, which he has recorded with harmonica player Charlie Musselwhite


Booker T (2013)


Sound the Alarm
First-rate new album from soul legend Booker T., which includes guest appearances from among others Vintage Trouble, Gary Clark Jr., and his son Ted Jones


Carlene Carter (2014)


Carter Girl
First-rate covers album from Carlene Carter, which features songs spanning three generations of the Carter Family


Joe Walsh (2012)


Analog Man
Timeless and honest first solo album in twenty years for Eagles guitarist, Joe Walsh



Morrissey (2008)


That's How People Grow Up
Fantastic new single from Morrissey, with an impressive collection of live tracks on its B sides


Morrissey (2008)


All You Need is Me
Especially poetic new single from Morrissey, which, while appearing on his recent 'Greatest Hits' album, is actually a new track


Morrissey (2009)


Years of Refusal
Sporadic latest album from Morrissey, which, while proving to be a grower, is far from one of his best moments


Phildel (2013)


The Disappearance of the Girl
Resilient and powerful debut album from singer-songwriter Phildel, who was forbidden from listening to music when she was a child



Ronan Keating (2020)


Twenty Twenty
Upbeat new album from Irish singer-songwriter/musician and former Boyzone member Ronan Keating, released to celebrate his twenty years as a solo artist


Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers (2017)


The Long-Awaited Album
More of the excellent same from comedian, film actor and bluegrass banjo maestro Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers


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