John Mayer – Paradise Valley (2013)

JPJohn Mayer’s long awaited ‘Paradise Valley’ is an upcoming release on August 13th, 2013. He has already released one single, “Paper Doll”.
Paradise Valley is the upcoming sixth studio album by musician John Mayer. Musically, it is similar to his previous album, Born and Raised, which was released in 2012. It is set to be released on August 20, 2013.The album’s title is derived from a major river valley of the Yellowstone River with the same name, located in southwestern Montana.

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The Gene Dudley Group – Saturday Shifting (2013)

geThe Gene Dudley Group represents an outpouring of deep soul and funk music from obscenely talented 27 year-old multi-instrumentalist, Gene Dudley. Fans of labels like Truth & Soul and Daptone will relish these sonorous soulful offerings, but the influences on this album are wide ranging. Tracks like “When The Gorilla Get Grip’ and “The New Lots Of Cooperstown” conjure up 60′s spy soundtracks, but elsewhere there are afro-beat influences on “The Hilo Bay Halfway” and more easy, introspective moments on “Minnie” and “Do The Stanley Weinberger”.

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Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble – Original Album Classics [5CD Box Set] (2013)


Stephen “Stevie” Ray Vaughan (October 3, 1954 – August 27, 1990) was an American guitarist, singer, songwriter and record producer. Often referred to by his initials SRV, Vaughan is best known as a founding member and leader of Double Trouble. With drummer Chris Layton and bassist Tommy Shannon, they ignited the blues revival of the 1980s. With a career spanning seven years, Vaughan and Double Trouble consistently sold out concerts while their albums frequently went gold.

1983 – Texas Flood
1984 – Couldn’t Stand The Weather
1985 – Soul To Soul
1989 – In Step
1991 – The Sky Is Crying

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ShanyTown – ShanyTown (2012)

shAny true fan of rock and roll can tell you about the Van Zant family of Jacksonville, Florida. Known as the ”First Family of Southern Rock”, they have produced three-major bands: Lynyrd Skynyrd, 38 Special and the Johnny Van Zant Band. Now there is a proud new addition from southern rock’s first family, a great new band called Shanytown. And the Van Zant legacy continues with Lil Ronnie and Robbie Morris, nephews of the Van Zant brothers, flying the contemporary Southern Rock flag high with blistering vocal performances, Marshall stacks and Les Pauls driven by a dynamic rhythm section. Their roots are deep and like their seasoned relatives, they are the real deal.

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Tedeschi Trucks Band – Made Up Mind (2013)

tedTedeschi Trucks Band is known for their extraordinary family of musicians, and Made Up Mind continues that tradition as most tracks were penned by husband-and-wife Tedeschi and Trucks along with various friends and co-writers Doyle Bramhall II, Eric Krasno, Gary Lour’s, John Leventhal all of whom also contributed to TTB’s debut Revelator. The album was also co-produced by Jim Scott (Johnny Cash, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Wilco) and Trucks, and engineered by Bobby Tis – the same team that developed the last two TTB albums.
Made Up Mind features “Part of Me,” a song driven by a classic southern soul groove straight out of Muscle Shoals. The raucous soul-rocker title track “Made Up Mind” demonstrates the full power of the band from the album’s first notes. Throughout the course of the album it becomes increasingly apparent that Susan Tedeschi has evolved into one of the most dauntingly commanding vocalists in contemporary music, her serious lung power exploding on standout tracks such as the über-funky “Misunderstood” and just as convincingly digging into the core of poignant, tender ballads like “It’s So Heavy” and “Calling Out to You.” Derek Trucks has indisputably matured into one of the finest guitarists of our time, tearing up barnburners with his masterful slide and lead lines while showcasing his easier, more subtle touch on the bluesy “Do I Look Worried . Although Tedeschi Trucks Band bears the names of its co-leaders, each member of this 11-piece juggernaut contributes equally, there are no weak links in this true group achievement.

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Chastity Belt – No Regerts (2013)

CHSomewhere in a town near you, there’s a band playing at a house party. The band is drunk, but hey, so is everyone else, and you’re having a good time. Their songs have choruses that you can instantly sing along with, and the lyrics are dirty, vulgar, and playful. You won’t remember this band’s name, but you’ll always remember the sound and the feeling they could evoke in that moment. This music and this feeling is captured note-for-note on Chastity Belt’s debut, No Regerts . On the face of it, the Seattle-based band can seem like a novelty or a gimmick; after all, do you know any good self-described “vagina rock” bands? On a closer listen though, Chastity Belt is more than just pussy humor; No Regerts bare-bones, post-post-punk rock is fun and engaging without being too crass. It seems that the only thing that the band does take seriously is writing catchy tunes and having a good time.

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Belle and Sebastian – The Third Eye Centre (2013)

beIn anticipation of their upcoming North American tour, Belle and Sebastian have strung together a new B-sides and rarities compilation. Due out August 27th via Matador, The Third Eye Centre gathers material recorded between 2003′s Dear Catastrophe Waitress and 2010′s Write About Love. Amongst the goodies are remixes by The Avalanches, Richard X, and Miaoux Miaoux.

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