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John Mellencamp leads this week's roster of music releases in the FOXLight. He teamed with producer to the stars T-Bone Burnett for No Better Than This, recorded in part at the legendary Sun Studios in Memphis...

Once and future Beach Boy Brian Wilson takes on George Gershwin for Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin, featuring two new tracks the Gershwin estate entrusted Wilson to complete...

Iron Maiden return after four years with The Final Frontier...

God Willin' & The Creek Don't Rise is the latest from folk-rocker Ray LaMontagne...

David Gray strips his sound back some and fills up 2 CDs, on Foundling...

Kem fuses R&B and Smooth Jazz for the five years in the making Intimacy...

Also out this week...

Donald Trump's favorite country star Trace Adkins returns with Cowboy's Back In Town...

Andrea Bocelli lends his amazing voice to one of the world's most beloved operas, on Carmen: Duets and Arias...

Classical and Jazz find common ground on Chamber Music Society, the sophomore effort from Esperanza Spalding...

Over on the Rock block...Filter comes back with The Trouble With Angels...American Hi-Fi drop album number four, Fight The Frequency...and The Toadies complete some unfinished business with Feeler, their shelved 1997 follow-up to Rubberneck now dusted off and polished up...

And on the Reissue Front...

John Mayall's Bluesbreakers get a long overdue boxed set treatment with So Many Roads: An Anthology 1964-1974. Four newly remastered CDs compiling 74 tracks, 5 seeing their CD debut, and featuring Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Mick Fleetwood among its cast of future rock royalty...

The Best of Aretha Franklin, a 1973 greatest hits collection, was mixed in Quadrophonic, a 70's precursor to Surround Sound.  That long unheard mix gets resurrected on a music-only DVD from Rhino Handmade...

Walter Gibbons was a revolutionary remixer in the halcyon days of Disco, beginning with the first commercially released 12-inch single (Double Exposure's "Ten Percent") and continuing for almost 20 years till his death in the early '90s.  His style was to strip a track down to its rhythmic core, rendering an almost primitive beat, and 2 CDs of those tracks have been compiled on Jungle Music...

And two classic Dolly Parton albums get paired up on 1 remastered CD for the very first time: 1969's The Fairest Of Them All and 1972's My Favorite Songwriter, Porter Wagoner.

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In New York...I'm Rob Maurer, FOX News Talk!