New Tunage – It was great to listen to the Warren Zevon CDs again! He is missed!!

New Releases, March 27: Tim McGraw, Good Charlotte, Stevie Nicks
Tim McGraw “Let It Go”
The country-music superstar is set to unveil his first new studio collection since 2004’s “Live Like You Were Dying.” The first single from the new album, which directly follows 2006’s “Reflected: Greatest Hits V. 2,” is “Last Dollar (Fly Away).”
McGraw stands to rack up plenty of dollars during the next run of the Soul2Soul tour, which also features his wife, fellow singer Faith Hill. The duo’s 2006 outing was the highest-grossing country tour in history.
This edition, dubbed Soul2Soul Tour 2007, launches in early June and is currently scheduled to hit arenas and amphitheaters in 34 cities throughout the US and Canada.
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Good Charlotte “Good Morning Revival”
The pop-punkers unveil their fourth studio set, which follows 2004’s platinum-selling “Chronicles of Life and Death.” The new album was produced by Don Gilmore, who was at the controls for the band’s self-titled debut in 2000.
“Good Morning Revival” features the leadoff single “The River,” the music video for which was directed by Marc Webb, who previously worked with the group on the video for “Festival Song.”
The band is expected to embark on a world tour to support the album. Details should be announced soon.
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Stevie Nicks “Crystal Visions: The Very Best of Stevie Nicks”
The influential rock vocalist is ready to drop a career-spanning greatest-hits package that will include both solo material and tracks from her time with Fleetwood Mac.
“Crystal Visions: The Very Best of Stevie Nicks” will feature original recordings as well as concert takes and dance remixes. A DVD component contains 13 Nicks videos (with voice-over commentary by the artist) and an audio interview.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer will support the package during a national tour with Chris Isaak. Dates for the outing are expected to be announced shortly.
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Kaiser Chiefs “Yours Truly Angry Mob”
British New Wave-revivalists Kaiser Chiefs deliver the follow-up to their 2005 debut, “Employment.” The album’s first single, “Ruby,” was released to radio in early January.
The Chiefs, who won three Brit Awards last year, will support “Yours Truly Angry Mob” with a North American tour that kicks off April 6 in Philadelphia. The trek will include an April 29 set at the Coachella Festival in Indio, CA.
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Jennifer Lopez “Como Ama una Mujer”
The multimedia queen releases her first-ever Spanish-language album. The first single from the set is “Que Hiciste.”
Lopez, of course, has many irons in the fire. Besides being a successful recording artist, she continues to be an in-demand actress in Hollywood. She is married to Latin-music sensation Marc Anthony.
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More new releases:
John Butler Trio, “Grand National” (Atlantic)
Clutch, “From Beale Street to Oblivion” (DRT)
Mark Ford, “Weary and Wired” (Blues Bureau)
Macy Gray, “Big” (
Jack Ingram, “This is It” (Big Machine)
Lil’ Flip, “Lil’ Flip” (Asylum/Warner)
Machine Head, “The Blackening” (Roadrunner)
Mika, “Life in Cartoon Motion” (Casablanca)
Grant-Lee Phillips, “Strangelet” (Zoe/Rounder)
Prodigy (of Mobb Deep) “Return of the Mac” (Koch)
Tha Dogg Pound, “Dogg Chit” (Doggystyle/Koch)
Third Day, “Chronology 1” (Essential)
Various Artists, “British Beat: Best of the 60s” (Shout)
Various Artists, “Disneymania 5” (Disney)
Various Artists, “Now 24” (Capitol)
Mary Weiss, “Dangerous Game” (Norton)
Warren Zevon, “Envoy” (Rhino)
Warren Zevon, “Excitable Boy” (Rhino)
Warren Zevon, “Stand in the Fire” (Rhino)
Young Buck, “Buck the World” (G-Unit/Interscope)
Soundtracks and scores:
“Meet the Robinsons” (Disney)