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MILKY CHANCE – MIND THE MOON

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MIND THE MOON (produced by longtime collaborator Tobias Kuhn) is the third album from MILKY CHANCE — childhood friends Phillipp Dausch and Clemens Rehbein — and serves as a distillation of their songwriting spirit. Pulling back from the layered, polyphonic approach of 2017’s BLOSSOM — itself a change-up from the sleek minimalism of their breakout debut Sad necessary, which produced the global smash “Stolen Dance” — MIND THE MOON strikes an infectious balance of melody and atmosphere. The record’s many moods, from the pop-gospel fusion of LADYSMITH BLACK MAMBAZO collaboration “Eden’s House” to the dancehall-steeped “Fado,” are a result of Dausch and Rehbein’s unique artistic relationship, and trace a lifetime of musical influences ranging from reggae and rock to hip-hop, electronica, gospel, and musical styles from around the globe. 

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THE FLOWER KINGS – WAITING FOR MIRACLES

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Progressive rock legends THE FLOWER KINGS are pleased to announce the release of their brand new studio double-album ‘Waiting For Miracles’ on the 15th November 2019. The album is comprised of 15 new tracks, recorded over the summer at RMV studio in Stockholm, Sweden – a vintage studio space owned by ABBA star Benny Andersson. Band leader Roine Stolt comments: “We have gone back to the joyful and playful style that made the band famous in the late 90’s. So here ‘more’ is always ‘more’! It is a huge tribute to when music was played by a real band, a time when being creative in the studio meant progress in all direction and fusing all styles - this is a band creating its very own special cinematic sound, built upon 60's & 70's and contemporary prog, rock and orchestral music. Full circle - and this album even has guesting from former ...

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THE ROLLING STONES – BRIDGES TO BUENOS AIRES

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Bridges to Buenos Aires captures the complete show from April 5th, 1998, the last date of the band’s five‐night sell‐out residency at the River Plate Stadium in Argentina’s capital city. The legendary Bob Dylan joins the band onstage for a unique performance of ‘Like A Rolling Stone’. From the explosive opening salvo of ‘Satisfaction’, it’s evident that both the band and the crowd mean business. The latter are packed in like sardines at the River Plate Stadium, all of them moving as one. They welcome The Stones back with the warmth of long‐lost brothers. The band then unzipped over two hours of pure, animalistic rock 'n' roll exhilaration. Then‐new songs from Bridges to Babylon found their natural place in a setlist that included some of the most recognisable anthems of the rock era. 'Flip the Switch', ‘Saint of Me’ and ‘Thief in The Night’ rub shoulders with a brooding 'Gimme Shelter', Jagger's acoustic and Ronnie's slide guitar on ...

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JOHN FOGARTY – 50 YEAR TRIP

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Recorded at Red Rock Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, on June 20th, 2019, as part of John Fogerty’s nationwide U.S. tour celebrating 50 years since Creedence Clearwater Revival performed at Woodstock Festival in 1969. The album includes live John Fogerty and Creedence Clearwater Revival classics including “Proud Mary,” “Fortunate Son,” “Bad Moon Rising” and “Centerfield” along with live favorites “Suzie Q” and “I Heard It Through the Grapevine.” This release will be supported by screenings of the JOHN FOGERTY – 50 YEAR TRIP – LIVE AT RED ROCKS on Veteran’s Day 2019 at over 500 movie theatres, nationwide, in coordination with Fathom Events. 

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NICK CAVE – GHOSTEEN

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NICK CAVE – GHOSTEEN

Ghosteen is the new two‐part album from Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds. Ghosteen is the seventeenth studio album from Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, following 2016’s Skeleton Tree. The album was recorded in 2018 and early 2019 at Woodshed in Malibu, Nightbird in Los Angeles, Retreat in Brighton and Candybomber in Berlin. It was mixed by Nick Cave, Warren Ellis, Lance Powell and Andrew Dominik at Conway in Los Angeles. “The songs on the first album are the children. The songs on the second album are their parents. Ghosteen is migrating spirit.” ‐ Nick Cave. 

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LUKE COMBS – WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET

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Luke Combs’ highly anticipated new album What You See Is What You Get—out November 8 via River House Artists/Columbia Nashville. Produced by Scott Moffatt, What You See Is What You Get features 17 songs including the five tracks previously released via Combs’ The Prequel EP earlier this summer. What You See Is What You Get is the follow up to the ACM, CMA, CMT and Billboard Music Award‐winning artist’s breakthrough double Platinum debut, This One’s For You. 

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BISHOP BRIGGS – CHAMPION

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BISHOP BRIGGS – CHAMPION

Bishop Briggs is back in a big way with two new singles that were recently released, "Tattooed on my Heart" and "Champion", and more music coming on November 8th. Since emerging in 2017, Bishop positioned herself to empower. Tallying one and a half billion cumulative streams, she earned a platinum certification for her breakthrough single “River.” Meanwhile, her 2018 full‐length debut, Church of Scars, made its way to the Top 10 on the Billboard Album Chart. 

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LOREENA McKENNITT – LIVE AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL

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‘Live At The Royal Albert Hall’ features all 20 songs performed at the storied London venue during Loreena’s ‘Lost Souls’ European tour. This new live recording includes seven songs that have never been previously released on live recordings and six songs from her latest album, Lost Souls. By the end of 2019 Loreena McKennitt will have performed for more than 100,000 fans attending Lost Souls Tour concerts over the course of this calendar year in fourteen countries across four continents. The Live At The Royal Albert Hall performance includes Loreena, her band and five special guest musicians including renowned Egyptian percussionist Hossam Ramzy and Daniel Casares, one of the top flamenco guitarists in the world, and fellow Spaniard, nyckelharpa virtuoso Ana Alcaide. 

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THE MAVERICKS – PLAY THE HITS

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The Mavericks will celebrate three decades as a band with "Play the Hits, an 11-song collection of songs that influenced the group. "Play the Hits" drops Nov. 1 on the group's Mono Mundo Recordings. The first single, "Swingin'," The Mavericks' take on the John Anderson's classic. "I always thought that underneath, it could be a really sexy song," Malo said. The Mavericks put horns and swagger on Waylon Jennings' "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way?" Other songs include a Rat Packed "Don't Be Cruel" and Bruce Springsteen's "Hungry Heart" with the spirit of Fats Domino and Dion & the Belmonts. Freddy Fender's "Before the Next Teardrop Falls" features Flaco Jiménez. Malo sings "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain" by himself, Few bands have had a more fitting name than the Mavericks. When they first stood Nashville on its ear in the early '90s - with hits like the insanely grooving rockabilly Tex ...

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JOE BONAMASSA – LIVE AT THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE

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For those that do get to play a venue as sacred as the Opera House, you expect nothing but the very best! So when Joe Bonamassa came to Sydney to play this iconic venue, he brought a band of the world's best musicians and singers to support him as he played material from his then latest album, Blues Of Desperation. Only the best can give the venue the respect it deserves and the band brought their A‐game that night. Now you can relive that celebration with this special release of Joe Bonamassa’s concert that evening. 

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