FOXLight – Music Releases: Week of 3-12-2012

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This week’s FOXLight music release roundup goes to Hell in a Handbasket – which is the title of the latest album from Meat Loaf, and features a couple of guest rappers: Public Enemy’s Chuck D, and Celebrity Apprentice cohort Li’l Jon

An unreleased 1968 Janis Joplin concert gets unleashed as Big Brother and the Holding Company Live at the Carousel Ballroom 1968

L.A. Woman: The Workshop Sessions features last month’s Doors CD bonus tracks mastered on audiophile grade vinyl…

Shooter Jennings returns with what he calls his “most country record to date”, Family Man

The Decemberists go all the way live on We All Raise Our Voices To The Air, which collects 20 live performances captured from April through August 2011…

Former Talking Head David Byrne continues his focus on world music, and teamed up with Portuguese guitarist and activist Caetano Veloso on Live at Carnegie Hall, recorded live last year…

Mike Posner has scheduled and delayed the release of his sophomore affair Sky High several times already, so by the time you read this your shot at acquiring it is at best 50/50…

Speaking of sophomore albums, The Ting Tings plot their return, Sounds From Nowheresville

Heavy metal-ers Soulfly release their eighth album as a unit, Enslaved

Jazz pianist Brad Mehldau returns to his Trio for their first studio disc since 2005, Ode

British-born jazz guitarist Peter White heads westward for his latest, Here We Go

And the “Velvet Teddy Bear” himself, former American Idol finalist Ruben Studdard returns with a personal document of his failed marriage, Letters from Birmingham.

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