Baby D's Bagels
$20 Worth of Food and Drink for Only $10
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Astral Weeks Live At The Hollywood Bowl

Van Morrison
Listen To The Lion/EMI

Among the artists that followed the British Invasion was Van Morrison. “Gloria” became a garage rock classic, but who knew his solo career would still go strong?

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Cheap Vodka Rain

Willie Breeding
Self-released

Willie Breeding, whose recordings tip a cap to Hank and Willie, brings that old-timey, soaring white-boy country and blues back to the people.

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Mother of Curses

D. Rider
TIZONA

The new project from Todd Albert Rittmann, D. Rider takes his work with U.S. Maple and filters it through avant noise and improvisation.

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Decade

Clifton Anderson
DOXY/EMARCY

Clifton Anderson is Sonny Rollins’s nephew and longtime trombonist. While his new CD is titled Decade, representing the years since his last solo recording, the keyword is swing.

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Cheerleader

The Odds
SECOND MOTION

The recently reunited Odds instantly invite comparisons with Sloan but pack neither Sloan’s walloping punch nor their endearing shagginess.

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D. Mawl is already back with a new mixtape and single. His style of hip-hop is vastly under-represented nowadays. It’s “conscious” without wearing that label as a marketing tool.

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Blueprints of Jazz Vol. 2

Billy Harper
Talking House

Saxophonist Billy Harper is the leader on the second volume of the Blueprints of Jazz series.

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Working on a Dream

Bruce Springsteen
Columbia

Springsteen’s fans have always wondered what would happen if he and his band cut loose a little more.

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Volcano Suns was started by Peter Prescott, drummer for (late, great and now reformed) Mission of Burma.

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Death [deth]: n. Proto-punk trio from Detroit comprised of African-American brothers David, Bobby and Dannis Hackney, formed in 1971.