FOXLight – Music Releases: Week of 5-30-2011

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Death Cab For Cutie lead this week's FOXLight music release roundup with the less guitar centric Codes and Keys...

Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder goes solo and opts for a smaller, acoustic axe on Ukulele Songs...

Jim James regroups My Morning Jacket for album number six, Circuital...

Kate Bush revisits her catalog, tweaks some old songs and fully re-records others on Director's Cut...

Unfinished is the first solo album in five years from New Kid On The Block Jordan Knight...

A key collaborator with The Eagles, JD Souther had some minor solo hits as well. And he revisits and reinterprets both Eagles and solo hits on Natural History...

Speed of Darkness is the latest from Celtic punkers Flogging Molly...

Continuing to ride the fine line between Southern Rock and Metal, Black Stone Cherry return with Between The Devil & The Deep Blue Sea...

One of their last live shows before taking 2011 off, Dave Matthews Band: Live at Wrigley Field documents that September 2010 gig; full of solo and band favorites, but no umpteenth version of "All Along The Watchtower"...

A whole new collective of artists from around the world reinterpret tracks by the Rolling Stones, Stevie Wonder and John Lennon, all recorded in their native surroundings, on Playing For Change - PFC 2: Songs Around The World.

And on the Reissue Front...

Ozzy Osbourne's twin 1981 classics Blizzard of Ozz and Diary of a Madman each get the Legacy Edition treatment, restoring the original bass and drum tracks  recorded by Bob Daisley and Lee Kerslake, and adding bonus material galore...

The Guess Who's 1975 album Flavours, their first with former James Gang-er Domenic Troiano, returns to print in a sparkling remaster with four bonus tracks...

The Billy Vera Story covers the perennial nightclubber's career in 16 tracks, both with and without The Beaters.

And we go all the way to the UK for expanded reissues of two Philly Soul classics: The O'Jays' 1972 smash Back Stabbers gets remastered with three bonus tracks...and the 1980 sessions that People's Choice recorded with Mix Master General Tom Moulton return as The Casablanca Sessions, expanding that self-titled album with three unreleased tracks.

Check back here throughout the week for any last-minute additions to the music release schedule...and don't forget to check out the FREE FOXLight Podcast here.

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