Wednesday, May 23, 2007

In Stores This Week:

This week sees the release of 4 very diverse new releases from Concord Music Group.

From Concord Records:
LOUDON WAINWRIGHT III - Strange Weirdos: Music from and Inspired by The Film Knocked Up - Folk Singer/Songwriter Loudon Wainwright III Returns With Strange Weirdos: Music from and Inspired by The Film Knocked Up. This is not just the soundtrack to writer/director Judd Apatow's follow-up to the box-office smash The 40-Year-Old Virgin, it is the “best Loudon Wainwright album in 15 years,” according to his collaborator, singer/ songwriter and producer Joe Henry.

CHICK COREA & BELA FLECK - The Enchantment - The first-ever full length album collaboration from jazz pianist Chick Corea and bluegrass banjo virtuoso Bla Fleck. Immensely popular in their own musical spheres, they have won an astounding 20 Grammy awards between them.

From Concord Picante:
PONCHO SANCHEZ - Raise Your Hand - Raise Your Hand is Sanchez's first release in two years and features an array of guest artists including Stax icon Booker T Jones, Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd and more. 'Raise Your Hand' combines Poncho's bedrock Latin Jazz style with the funky brand of Soul and R&B that inspired him as a teenager during the 1960s.

From Peak Records:
PAUL TAYLOR - Ladies Choice - Smooth jazz saxophonist Paul Taylor has crafted his fourth Peak Records release, Ladies' Choice, creating his most soulful instrumental tracks ever and keeping company with three of today's most acclaimed female R&B vocalists--Regina Belle, La Toya London and Terry Dexter.

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