A busy week of music releases in the FOXLight kicks off with the 2012 Grammy® Nominees album, featuring possible award winners by Adele, Coldplay and Taylor Swift...

Adele also appears alongside Pete Townshend, Maroon 5 and over 70 other artists on Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan, with all proceeds going to Amnesty International...

Country fans can look out for Tim McGraw's Emotional Traffic and 100 Proof, the latest from Kellie Pickler...

World music phenomenon Celtic Woman release their sixth CD-and-DVD project in as many years, Believe...

Area 52 has Rodrigo y Gabriela re-recording their favorite tracks with a 13-piece Cuban orchestra...

The soon-to-be-supermodel-free Seal goes back to the well for more classic soul covers on Soul 2, leaning more toward Motown and Philly faves with some Bill Withers thrown in for good measure...

The Hold Steady's Craig Finn steps out on the solo Clear Heart, Full Eyes...

Ingrid Michaelson returns with Paul McCartney-producer David Kahne on Human Again...

Skillrex takes a Grammy® nomination victory lap with his latest EP Bangarang...

Hard Rock and Metal music gets represented by Lamb of God, with Resolution...Lacuna Coil's Dark Adrenaline...and Scorpions cover The Kinks, The Stones, and themselves on Comeblack...

Tank Full of Blues is the third album of Blues covers and originals from the incomparable voice of Dion...

And the equally incomparable voice of Joe Cocker returns with his poppiest album in years, Hard Knocks.

On the Reissue Front...

If you've already purchased the 1999 remaster, or the 2006 remix and remaster of The Doors' L.A. Woman, well here's a new reason to buy it all over again: the 40th Anniversary Edition adds a second disc featuring 7 alternate takes and a recently-discovered unreleased track...

Sony/Legacy's Playlist: The Very Best of...series adds new collections by Ciara and the Gap Band's Charlie Wilson...and their double-disc The Essential... series goes Gospel on The Essential Kirk Franklin...

And a lost album rounds us out: Maggie and Terre Roche sang background on Paul Simon's There Goes Rhymin' Simon, and he was so impressed that he immediately secured the same Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section and production team for their debut Seductive Reasoning, now back-on-CD for the first time in over a decade.

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