Paul Simon, Stranger to Stranger. Globe-trotting rhymin’ Simon finds fresh sounds through ethnic instrumentation, electronics, loops and samples. On his 12th solo studio album he pairs the often percussive music (The Werewolf, Wristband) with his typically thoughtful, poetic storytelling. At 74, he’s still crazy after all these years.
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George McCrae, Love. Miami R&B singer who enjoyed one of the first disco hits with the Harry Casey-Richard Finch TK Records classic Rock Your Baby in 1974, returns with a new album, his voice and sound intact. On Love he embraces Auro-3D recording technology for an immersive, three-dimensional surround mix on Blu-ray. Also available as a stereo mix on CD and LP.
Volbeat, Seal the Deal & Let’s Boogie.
Tegan and Sara, Love You to Death.
Michael Franti & Spearhead, Soulrocker.
Dan + Shay, Obsessed.
Craig Morgan, A Whole Lot More to Me.
Yanni, The Dream Concert: Live from the Great Pyramids of Egypt.
Maren Morris, Hero.
The Lonely Island/Soundtrack, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping.