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New CD Releases, May 1: Rush, Tori Amos, Michael Buble
Rush “Snakes and Arrows”
The prog-rock trio returns with its first disc of new material since 2002’s “Vapor Trails.” The band recorded the set in late 2006, and shared production duties with Grammy-winner Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Velvet Revolver).
The Canadian rockers will support “Snakes and Arrows” with a 45-date North American tour–their first since the group’s 30th anniversary trek in 2005. The road show kicks off June 13 in Atlanta and is scheduled to run through late September.
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Michael Buble “Call Me Irresponsible”
The young crooner delivers another set of standards and classic pop tunes. “Call Me Irresponsible” includes such chestnuts as “The Best is Yet to Come,” “I’ve Got the World on a String,” “That’s Life,” “Always on My Mind” and “Me and Mrs. Jones.” It also features contributions from Boyz II Men and other guest stars.
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Tori Amos “American Doll Posse”
The vocalist/pianist, whose confessional approach to songwriting has made her an idol to millions, is ready to drop her ninth studio album. The lengthy, 23-track recording is Amos’ first new offering since 2005’s “Little Earthquakes.”
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Feist “The Reminder”
Canadian singer-songwriter Feist is back with a follow-up to 2004’s “Let It Die.” The vocalist, born Leslie Feist, supported the previous effort with a mammoth 33-month tour, and she and her band (also known as Feist) will again hit the road to sell “The Reminder.” The tour is scheduled to visit 26 cities and will begin May 15 in Victoria, British Columbia.
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Various Artists “Spider-Man 3: Music From and Inspired By”
Spider-Man’s powers haven’t been felt solely at the box office; the film franchise has also produced successful soundtracks and singles. The third installment of “Spider-Man” hits theaters later this week, and its soundtrack includes offerings by the likes of Snow Patrol, The Flaming Lips and Wolfmother.
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More new releases:
Joan Armatrading, “Into the Blues” (429)
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, “Baby 81” (Red Ink)
Corbin Bleu, “Another Side” (Hollywood)
Elizabeth Cook, “Balls” (Thirty Tigers)
Elvis Costello, “The Best of Elvis Costello: The First 10 Years” (Hip-O)
Dinosaur Jr., “Beyond” (Fat Possum)
Robbie Fulks, “Revenge” (Yep Roc)
Angelique Kidjo, “Djin Djin” (Razor and Tie)
Kimberley Locke, “Based On A True Story” (Curb)
Ne-Yo, “Because of You” (Def Jam)
Puppini Sisters, “Betcha Bottom Dollar” (Verve Forecast)
Blake Shelton, “Pure BS” (Warner Bros.)
Various Artists, “High School Musical: The Concert” (Disney)
Various Artists, “We All Love Ennio Morricone” (Sony)
Patrick Wolf, “The Magic Position” (Fontana)