New Tunage – The Amy Winehouse is pretty cool, but the Neil Young is super cool!!

New Releases, March 13: Amy Winehouse, Neil Young, Type O Negative
Amy Winehouse “Back to Black”
The buzzed-about U.K. soul singer, who has scored nominations for both the Mercury Music Prize and the Brit Awards, returns with her sophomore album. The record’s first single is “Rehab.”
Winehouse will support “Back to Black,” the follow-up to 2003’s successful “Frank,” with a short North American tour that includes a pair of performances at the SXSW music festival in Austin, TX.
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Neil Young “Live at Massey Hall”
This CD/DVD combo chronicles the legendary singer/songwriter’s famous gig on Jan. 19, 1971 at the landmark Toronto venue.
Included in the set are such fan favorites as “Old Man,” “Helpless,” “Heart Of Gold,” “Cowgirl In The Sand” and “Ohio.” The DVD portion of “Live at Massey Hall” also features commentary from the artist.
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Type O Negative “Dead Again”
The popular goth-rock act returns with its first new studio set since 2003’s “Life is Killing Me Again.” The 10-song album is the band’s seventh studio release.
The New York-based group, led by vocalist Peter Steele, will hit the road for a North American swing that kicks off March 28 in Providence, RI.
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Jorma Kaukonen “Stars in My Crown”
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, a founding member of both Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna, once again draws upon blues, country, bluegrass and folk in this rootsy collection.
The Grammy-nominated vocalist/guitarist is joined on “Stars in My Crown” by an all-star Americana cast that includes Sally Van Meter, Barry Mitterhoff, Reese Wynans and Greg Leisz.
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The Fratellis “Costello Music”
The much-talked-about Scottish trio releases its debut album. The group will cross the Atlantic to support “Costello Music” with a few high-profile North American gigs, including appearances at SXSW (March 15) and the Coachella Valley Music Festival in Indio, CA (April 28).
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Other new releases:
Ken Andrews, “Secrets of the Lost Satellite” (Dinosaur Fight)
Aqualung, “Memory Man” (Sony)
Blue Six, “Aquarian Angel” (Naked)
Marc Ford, “Weary and Wired” (Blues Bureau)
Judy Garland, “The Letter” (DRG)
Innocence Mission, “We Walked in Song” (Badman)
Lucy Kaplansky, “Over the Hills” (Red House)
James Morrison, “Undiscovered” (Interscope)
Pat Metheny, Brad Mehldau, “Quartet” (Nonesuch)
Graham Parker, “Don’t Tell Columbus” (Bloodshot)
The Roches, “Moonswept” (429)
Musiq Soulchild, “Luvanmusiq” (Atlantic)
Various Artists, “Rockabye Baby: Lullaby Renditions of The Beatles” (Baby Rock)
The View, “Hats Off to the Buskers” (Sony)
Hayley Westenra, “Celtic Treasure” (Decca)
Soundtracks and scores:
“The Lost City” (Univision)