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Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham goes solo in this week's FOXLight music release roundup.  His third solo album in six years is Seeds We Sow...

It's 39 albums, 89 singles and no signs of stopping for George Strait, who returns with Here For A Good Time...

Hank 3, or Hank Williams III drops an ambitious three albums this week: the hard rocking Attention Deficit Domination...the speed metal Cattle Callin'...and a double country album with guests Tom Waits and Les Claypool, Ghost To A Ghost/Gutter Town...

True Blood: Music from the HBO Original Series, Volume 3 features Donovan, Nick Cave and Massive Attack...

Listen To Me: Buddy Holly is the second Holly tribute released this year, and boasts tracks by Brian Wilson, Jackson Browne and Linda Ronstadt...

Grace Jones ends a 22 year silence with Hurricane, a 2009 album released overseas but arriving in the U.S. with a second disc of dub remixes...

Suzi Quatro tops that with her first U.S. release in 31 years In The Spotlight, featuring covers of Rhianna and Goldfrapp plus an Elvis tribute featuring his former guitarist James Burton and background singers The Jordanaires...

Hugh Laurie, currently starring as FOX-TV's House, shows his musical chops on Let Them Talk, with guests Dr. John and Tom Jones...

Jessy J, not the big-voiced British pop singer, but rather the Mexican-American jazz singer/saxophonist returns with the Latin-flavored Hot Sauce, with jazz greats Harvey Mason, Joe Sample and Ray Parker, Jr. sitting in...

And Lucinda Williams, Van Dyke Parks and Calexico join singer/songwriter Tom Russell for his latest, Mesabi.

On the Reissue Front...

All 20 tracks recorded between 1962 and 1964 by Frank Sinatra and Count Basie return together as The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings...

John Coltrane's The Impulse! Albums: Volume Four collects the classic posthumous releases Expression, Live at the Village Vanguard Again!, Om, Cosmic Music and Selflessness featuring My Favorite Things in one 5 CD package...

The 1972 Grand Funk Railroad best-of Mark, Don & Mel 1969-71 premieres on CD remastered by one of the very best, Vic Anesini...

Godspell: 40th Anniversary Celebration combines the 1971 Original Cast Recording with the 1973 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, both remastered and together for the first time...

And the sonic gurus at Audio Fidelity give their patented 24KT+ Gold remastering treatment to James Taylor's 1970 smash Sweet Baby James and Heart's Greatest Hits, a 1998 collection covering their rocking 1975-83 era.

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