When was the last time you checked out some new music? We keep adding new albums every week - and I mean BRAND NEW - like, so new they hit the stores at the same time! Of course we also have an amazing collection of classics - what do you think of this list of the All-Time Best Albums? These are all available to listen to immediately (for free, of course). No waiting. Ever. Check out two or more and you can shuffle them for a killer soundtrack to your next party - or some sweet solo time! Check out these highlights of the latest releases from the past couple weeks:
- American Band by Drive-By Truckers
Hard Rock. The thoughtful Southern rockers deliver an impassioned and troubled State of the Union message on their 11th studio album.
- Remember Us to Life by Regina Spektor
Alternative Singer/Songwriter. Strings ranging from a small ensemble to full orchestra mark Spektor's reflective but still whimsical seventh studio album.
- The Altar Harvest by Banks
Downtempo. Laying herself bare with unflinching honestly and vulnerability, the alt-pop singer presents a sacrificial broken heart on The Altar.
- Never Twice by Nick Waterhouse
Retro-Soul. The retro-R&B stylist's refined third album features Leon Bridges and a cover of Bob Dylan's "Baby, I'm in the Mood for You."
- Live in San Diego by Eric Clapton
Adult Contemporary. An otherwise blues-heavy 2007 live album highlighted by an easy-rolling rare duet with Clapton idol J.J. Cale.
- Circlin' Back: Celebrating 50 Years by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Americana. Joyous, friend-filled celebration of 50 years of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
- Ape in Pink Marble by Devendra Banhart
Alternative Singer/Songwriter. The singer/songwriter reels in previous tendencies to meander and offers his most consistent and satisfying set in over a decade.
- Swimmin' Pools, Movie Stars... by Dwight Yoakam
Bluegrass. The champion of the Bakersfield Sound tries his hand at bluegrass in this lively, full-bodied acoustic effort.
- idina. by Idina Menzel
Adult Contemporary. The Tony-winning singer gets personal on her edgier, pop-oriented fifth album.