Each Friday, we review 10 recently released CDs in 10 words each:
Frank Turner England Keep My Bones — Fourth studio album continues English singers strong style of folk.
JD Souther Natural History — Singer combines elements of jazz, country, soul in his vocals.
Tea Leaf Green Radio Tragedy — California troubadours continue down path balancing jams with pop-rock.
Bedouin Soundclash Light the Horizon — Toronto band fuses island style with laid-back reggae rhythms.
James Torme Love for Sale — Son of legendary Mel Torme tackles pop and jazz standards.
Duncan Sheik Covers 80s — 12 songs include Depeche Mode, The Cure, Smiths and more.
Gallhammer The End — Japanese band fuses psychedelic droning metal with raw punk elements.
Patrolled By Radar Be Happy — There’s a definite Bob Dylan quality to Jay Souza’s vocals.
The Melvins Sugar Daddy Live — New album captures live, grungy, trudging sound of Seattle band.
Barry Manilow 15 Minutes — Legendary singer releases first new original album in 10 years.