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Brooklyn's son, the "Jewish Elvis" leads this week's FOXLight music release roundup.  Neil Diamond covers The Beatles, The Eagles, Bill Withers and others on Dreams...

The "other Elvis" returns as well.  Elvis Costello splits the difference on National Ransom, with a combo of roots tracks recorded with The Sugarcanes and rock tracks with The Imposters...

Go country with Jason Aldean's My Kinda Party...or Brad Paisley's Hits Alive, with a disc of studio hits plus a disc of hits done live...

Huey Lewis & The News 'roll into Mempho' for a disc of Stax soul covers appropriately titled Soulsville...

The finally admittedly pregnant Mariah Carey goes holiday once again on Merry Christmas II You.

Also out this week...

Good Charlotte drop their fifth album in 10 years, Cardiology...

Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois often team up on productions for U2, but this week they each head up their own projects.  Eno goes ambient for Small Craft On A Milk Sea...and Lanois delves into reggae-rock with his new band Black Dub on their self-titled debut...

And a double shot of Hip-Hop from Pitbull, with his first Latin effort Armando...and the Neptunes' band N*E*R*D returns with their 4th joint, Nothing.

The Reissue Front is lead, for the third week in a row, by a Beatle.  This time it's Paul McCartney's Band On The Run, the first shot in a badly needed full catalog upgrade.  Band returns in a single disc straight remaster, a Special Edition adding a second disc of bonus tracks and a DVD featuring promo clips and the unreleased "One Hand Clapping" BBC documentary, and a Deluxe Edition with all of the above plus a third CD with the 25th Anniversary audio documentary (previously released with the last remaster back in 1999) and a 120 page hardcover book.  There's also vinyl and digital download configurations...

Weezer continues to pummel their fans with product.  Their commercially unsuccessful but critically lauded second album Pinkerton gets the Deluxe Edition treatment adding a ton of bonus tracks...and a separate 10 track rarities collection also arrives under the title Death To False Metal...

Rolling Stoner Keith Richards revisits his '80s and '90s side project the X-pensive Winos with a disc of remastered favorites and rarities called Vintage Winos...

Smokey Robinson's Now Or Never takes six tracks from his most recent album Time Flies When You're Having Fun, adds six new live versions of some of his hits, and makes it available exclusively at Cracker Barrel stores...or if you'd like to opt for some classic Smokey solo stuff, grab The Solo Albums: Volume 2 which combines 1975's A Quiet Storm and 1976's Smokey's Family Robinson onto one remastered CD, and adds a rare soundtrack single to boot.

Train rides the momentum of the surprise radio success of "Hey Soul Sister" and uses it to reintroduce the album it came from as Save Me, San Francisco: Golden Gate Edition, tacking on six new tracks...

The Sound Of Music: 45th Anniversary Edition takes the 1965 Julie Andrews soundtrack, remasters it, and adds a bonus track of Glee's Lea Michele performing "My Favorite Things"...

Universal Music's recent Icon compilation series sees some new entries, including Jessica Andrews, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Hole, Jodeci/K-Ci & JoJo, No Doubt, Puddle Of Mudd, Scorpions, Smash Mouth, War and Barry White...

And Universal's Rarities Edition sets (which basically take the second disc of previously released Deluxe Editions and releases them all by themselves) add some entries as well: Eric Clapton (EC's 1970 solo album debut), Joe Cocker's Mad Dogs and Englishmen, Marvin Gaye's Let's Get It On and 3 Door's Down's The Better Life.  So if you already own the original versions of those albums, but didn't want to pop for an expensive Deluxe Edition, here's your chance to create your own at half the price.

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