Kingfish Records

What's New 11-3-23

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Capitol Records

The last Beatles song, written and demoed by John Lennon in the mid/late 1970s, features elements from 1995 sessions including George Harrison’s guitar parts, and vocal and instrumental parts from Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr in 2022. The last song recorded by all four Beatles, a powerful and fitting finale for the band’s timeless recordings.

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Third Man

With his new-age shoegaze, Will Anderson provides a gentle yet absorbing escape from the hypervigilance with which we patrol our own lives. Cartwheel’s songs are soft around the edges and wash over the listener in shades of sunset orange and pink, guitars morph and collapse in on themselves like the contents on a lava lamp.

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New West Records

Feel Good is bold and ecstatic, built on tight, intoxicating grooves that belie the songs’ substantial emotional stakes. Wyatt’s writing is raw and intuitive here, tapping into the deep recesses of her subconscious as she reckons with grief and growth, and her delivery is visceral to match, cutting straight to the bone with equal parts sensitivity and swagger.

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Round Hill Records LLC

GRAMMY Award-winning band Blues Traveler is back with their 15th full-length album. Similar to 2021's Traveler's Blues - a blues covers album that earned the band a GRAMMY nomination – Traveler’s Soul pays tribute to R&B and soul classics with featured artists Valerie June, Alisan Porter, Daisha McBride, and many more

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Caroline Polachek LLC

Defiant oddness meets fashion-forward appeal as Polachek launches her lush new album channeling female pleasure while her transforming inner anxieties into an intoxicating pop euphoria. Polachek is in her own lane, refusing to conform, every moment on this record a vicissitude. Her commitment to her craft is undeniable, her talent indisputable.

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Round Records/ATO Records

The first installment in a new archival vinyl series showcasing previously unreleased performances from the Jerry Garcia Family vaults. Featuring Garcia/Saunders' 1972 recording of “Save Mother Earth” with Paul Butterfield on harmonica, as well as the Jerry Garcia Band’s exhilarating paring of “Don’t Let Go” and “Think” captured in 1988.

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BMG

Personally curated by Johnny Marr, Spirit Power encompasses songs from across four widely acclaimed solo albums, non-album singles, two brand new songs, plus a cover version of Depeche Mode’s‘ I Feel You’ (released for Record Store Day 2015), revealing the degree to which Marr has found his métier as a vocalist of singular expressive power.

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Liberty & Lament

With a sound that references Bruce Springsteen, the Replacements, and Whiskeytown, Lucero crafted the Great American Rock & Roll Record -- a true blue album full of Western sprawl, the grit and wonder of the open highway, everyday dreams, and the promise in a starry sky. 20th Anniversary available on Baby Blue vinyl.

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