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Sneak Peaks: Upcoming Album Releases 7-30-21 – 8-5-21


Alan Vega, Alan Vega After Dark – Vega was a friend of a friend and a pretty cool guy… but the posthumous releases have been underwhelming

Aretha Franklin, ARETHA – “20 highlights from the Queen of Soul’s 4CD set including previously unreleased tracks “Call Me” – Alternate Version, “Until You Come Back To Me” – Work Tape, “You Light Up My Life”, and “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” – Live, which was originally broadcast on The 38th Annual Kennedy Center Honors on 12/19/15” Translation: another greatest hits

Bleachers, Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night – Is there time to say that I am sick to my back teeth with Jack Antonoff, I hope Taylor Swift moves on from the ubiquitous meh

Billie Eilish, Happier Than Ever – I’m sure it will be fine…. I am also sure there is no “Bad Guy” here

Dâm-Funk, Above The Fray

Dave East & Harry Fraud, HOFFA – let’s hope it’s a concept album

Dee Snider, Leave a Scar – The Twister Sister is solo

Durand Jones & the Indications, Private Space

Isaiah Rashad, The House Is Burning

Leela James, See Me

Los Lobos, Native Sons – ode to Cali, before the flood

LUMP, Animal – in 2013, Laura Marling was on the brink of becoming her generations Joni Mitchell and then she went down in flames as she believed her reviewers on two lousy albums and this godawful duo

Prince, Welcome 2 America – I haven’t been crazy about any of the three singles

Feel Flows: The Sunflower & Surf’s Up Sessions 1969–1971, The Beach Boys – I can’t wait till they reach Love You

Torres, Thirstier – when it comes to lesbian pop drivers, I’ll take Torres over Hayley Kiyoko, Girl In Red, St. Vincent or King Princess and she has some of her best material to date on this one – MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK

Yola, Stand For Myself


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