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Milégé, Afwoyo was released on June 12, 2020.

 

"Milégé is a group of young talented musicians who derive inspiration from the diverse cultural musical traditions of the different tribes of Uganda, which they fuse with contemporary elements. The group writes: “We derive our name Milégé from the ankle rattle, a bell worn round the ankle to create rhythmic sounds that compliment dance performances."

 

This instrumentals of the remind me of Sade's backup musicians, and the lead singer sings with the same style as Sade, very smooth, very controlled. This is African jazz, African rhythms, and very enjoyable for these old ears. I hope you like it too. :D

 

 

 

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The Jazzcats, Come Fly With Me was released on June 26, 2020.

 

"THE JAZZCATS take you back to the time when the Savoy Ballroom was at its peak with dance, laughter, and people toasting into the wee hours. Some of Sweden’s foremost young jazz musicians have come together in one band to carry on the tradition of jazz."

 

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Willie Nelson, First Rose of Spring was released on July 3, 2020.

 

What more can be said of Willie Nelson?

 

This is the 70th album from a man that's 87 years old, and this cover song is incredible.

 

 

 

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Tony Davis, Golden Year was released on July 17, 2020.

 

“Golden Year” is the excellent debut album from young American guitarist/composer Tony Davis. Born and raised by his musical parents, trombonist Steve Davis and pianist/composer Mary Di-Paola, he has been surrounded by the sounds of a myriad of genres his entire life."

 

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The Flaming Lips, American Head was released today, September 11, 2020.

 

"At the top of their fifth decade, the Lips rekindle their past romance with Neil Young’s piano ballads, the Beatles’ psychedelic guitar tones, and Bowie’s stargazing anthems on a deeply personal album."

 

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Deep Purple, Whoosh! was released on August 7, 2020.

 

"A full 48 years since the release of their stone cold classic hit ‘Smoke On The Water’ and with enough line-up changes to put The Fall (or the Sugababes – choose according to your own personal taste) to everlasting shame, Deep Purple have managed to wade through the rocky waters of the entire history of heavy metal and always come up smiling (inter-band bickering aside)."

 

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Bear's Sonic Journals: Dawn of the New Riders of the Purple Sage is a 5-CD live album by the country rock band the New Riders of the Purple Sage. It was recorded at various venues in the San Francisco Bay Area from August 1969 to June 1970. It was released on January 17, 2020...

 

 

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JW Jones, Sonic Departure was released on August 14, 2020.

 

"Hot shot Canadian blues guitarist and vocalist JW-Jones turns COVID-19 isolation into musical inspiration on his new release Sonic Departures. The set dropped August 14th, 2020 on Solid Blues Records and proves beyond a doubt that Jones is still fired up even though the virus has interrupted his touring life. Jones won the title of Best Guitarist at the 2020 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee and was anticipating a big year on the road before the pandemic shut the world down. Instead of declaring the whole year a wash and waiting things out, Jones forged bravely ahead and completed this album from tracks that his band had recorded last year in The Before Times. The resulting set is nine songs of guitar, vocal, and horn section glory that will keep a lot of blues fans going until live shows come back."

 

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Ordinary Man (stylised as ØRD†NARY MAN) is the twelfth studio album by English heavy metal singer Ozzy Osbourne. It was released on 21 February 2020 through Epic Records. It was produced by Andrew Watt and Louis Bell.

 

 

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L. Shankar,  Chepleeri Dream was released on June 12, 2020.

 

"Lakshminarayana Shankar, professionally known as L. Shankar, is widely considered a living legend, a pioneer, and a musical genius who has collaborated with giants such as Frank Zappa, Peter Gabriel, U2, Bruce Springsteen, Madonna and many, many more. His solo albums have always drawn not only enormous interest from fans and critics alike but also showcase the collaborative spirit that is integral to Shankar’s art. Musicians, singers, visionaries, both known and obscure, have all come to pay tribute to this uniquely talented musician and perhaps even find new inspiration for themselves by performing on his recordings."

 

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Neal Black and The Healers, A Little Boom Boom Boom was released on June 26, 2020.

 

"‘A Little Boom Boom Boom’ marks the return of the “Smoky Voice of Blues” with its 12th album for Dixiefrog Records. Recorded between France, Germany and Tennessee, this record shows Neal Black at its best. Fueled with blues, rock and even latino roots, “A Little Boom Boom Boom” synthesize as never Neal Black’s songwriting skills with the presence, for the recording sessions, of some famous guests such as Fred Chapellier, Robben Ford, Nico Wayne Toussaint or Tommy Schneller."

 

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Tokyo Motor Fist, Lions was released on July 10, 2020.

 

"It seems like only the other day that the debut from Tokyo Motor Fist dropped – the band that features Danger Danger singer Ted Poley and Trixter’s guitarist/producer Steve Brown together with bassist Greg Smith (Ted Nugent, Rainbow, Alice Cooper) and drummer Chuck Burgi (Rainbow, Blue Oyster Cult, Joe Lynn Turner).

 

With no new music likely from either Danger Danger or Trixter on the horizon this might well be the best fans can hope for. And if you love that party/blue sky/uplifting very melodic style of Hard Rock then you are in for a timely reminder of just how good it can be…. but you won’t be prepared for just quite how good."

 

 

 

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Natalie Slade, Control was released on June 5, 2020.

 

"Sydney-based artist Natalie Slade has shared her stunning debut album Control, out via Eglo Records. Combining soul, jazz, folk and r&b, Natalie’s timeless vocals dazzle across 10 stunning tracks, perfectly complemented by rich, live instrumentation and vibrant production by Simon Mavin (Hiatus Kaiyote)."

 

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June 1976 is a live album by the rock band the Grateful Dead. Packaged as a box set, it comprises five complete concerts on 15 CDs. It was recorded from June 10 to June 19, 1976 at the Boston Music Hall in Boston, the Beacon Theatre in New York City, and the Capitol Theatre in Passaic, New Jersey. It was released on March 20, 2020 in a limited edition of 12,000 copies...

 

 

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