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Sneak Feats: Upcoming Albums Releases 11-13-20 – 11-19-20

I claimed Friday’s new releases two days ago wouldn’t be much a week before and I was right, and sadly, I’m afraid to note that next Friday’s new releases are also a disappointment. For the first time since 2009, I can’t find a most anticipated (except for Christmas, New Year, like that when nothing is released). I am listening to some of the new Jewel Box and I seriously wish I wasn’t except for “Billy And The Kids” more of Bernie’s infatuation meets more of Elton’s alright for dancing vibe and it was just as good in 1986 where he disappeared as a B Side. .

Ana Roxanne, Because of a Flower

Andrea Bocelli, Believe – I once stumbled into a mini-Bocelli set,  and all I have to say is please don’t try this at home

The Bats, Foothills

Benee, Hey U X

Brian Eno, Film Music 1976 – 2020 – I get very tired of ambient very quickly

Camila Fuchs, Kids Talk Sun

Charlie Kaplan, Sunday

Chris Stapleton, Starting Over – two of the three singles were quite good

The Darcys, Fear & Loneliness

Elle Belle, Post Everything

Elton John, Elton: Jewel Box – album tracks, demos, B-sides and other rarities -including 60 songs you’ve never heard and twelve you have heard and they are all mostly must to avoids

Erika Ender, MP3 – 45

Faten Kanaan, A Mythology of Circles

Gabriel Olafs, Absent Minded Reworks

Gavin Haley, Unfolding EP

George Benson, Weekend in London

Gianna Lauren, Vanity Metrics EP

Homecamp, Did We Return As Something Else

Jesse Kivel, Infinite Jess

Jimi Somewhere, Nothing Gold Can Stay

Katy J Pearson, Return

Lambchop, Trip

Marc Scibilia, Seed Of Joy

Marika Hackman, Covers

Nané, Nané

Rafael Vigilanitcs, Blue River, Grey Sky

Sam DeRosa, The Medicine EP

The Sensational Country Blues Wonders, The World Will Break Your Heart

Told Slant, Point the Flashlight and Walk

Yungblud, Weird! – if this guy was any good he would be a contender for sure

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