Soul-folkie Amos Lee heads up this week's FOXLight music release roundup with As The Crow Flies, a six track EP culled from tracks left off last year's Mission Bell...

The Punch Brothers return with Who's Feeling Young Now?, including a cover of Radiohead's "Kid A"...

Detroit's own Mitch Ryder delivers his first album in almost 30 years, the Don Was-produced The Promise, initially a download-only release...

Modern worship hit-makers Hillsong United release their first live album in four years, Live in Miami...

Austin's Heartless Bastards enlist Spoon producer Jim Eno for Arrow...

British rockers Band of Skulls go for album number two, Sweet Sour...

Jazz sax-man Kirk Whalum teams with brother Kevin to take on John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman's 1963 album track-by-track on Romance Language...

And on the Reissue Front...

Three classic rock albums go for the Gold - as in 24KT+ Gold audiophile remastering: Mobile Fidelity upgrades the stereo version of The Beach Boys' Pet Sounds to high resolution...and Audio Fidelity's sonic gurus lend their golden ears to Bryan Adams' Cuts Like A Knife and Dio's Holy Diver...

Bat Chain Puller is an unreleased 1976 album from Captain Beefheart that finally escapes the vault, with three additional bonus tracks...

And Friday Music's 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl reissue series expands by two more titles: Joe Walsh's But Seriously, Folks..., and Phoebe Snow's eponymous 1974 debut.

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