With a title appropriate for this phase of their career, the award-winning country trio has yet another hit with the lead-off single Banjo on their eighth studio album.
Tracks: Changed; Banjo; Hot In Here; Come Wake Me Up; She's Leaving; Let It Hurt; Lovin' Me; Hurry Baby; Sunrise; Great Big Love; A Little Home
Jethro Tull - Thick as a Brick 2
The daddy of progressive rock bands imagines how the fictitious character Gerald Bostock, from their 1972 hit album, would have turned out 40 years later.
Tracks: From a Pebble Thrown; Pebbles Instrumental; Might-have-beens; Upper Sixth Loan Shark; Banker Bets, Banker Wins; Swing It Far; Adrift and Dumfounded; Old School Song; Wootton Bassett Town; Power and Spirit; Give Till It Hurts; Cozy Corner; Shunt and Shuffle; A Change of Horses; Confessional; Kismet in Suburbia; What-ifs, Maybes and Might-have-beens
Wilson Phillips - Dedicated
Label: Sony Masterworks
It's all in the family as the trio tips their collective hat to the Beach Boys and the Mamas and the Papas, putting their unique harmonies to their parents' music.
Tracks: California Dreamin'; Wouldn't It Be Nice; Dedicated to the One I Love; Don't Worry Baby; Twelve-Thirty; I Can Hear Music; Monday Monday; Do It Again; Got a Feelin'; Fun, Fun, Fun; God Only Knows; Good Vibrations
Dr. John - Locked Down
The New Orleans legend debuts with the respected label with 10 new songs, putting on display the wide-ranging genres that always seem to come back to the bayou.
Tracks: Locked Down; Revolution; Big Shot; Ice Age; Getaway; Kingdom of Izzness; You Lie; Eleggua; My Children, My Angels; God's Sure Good