Friday, June 24, 2011

10-in-10 CD reviews

Posted By on Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 11:11 AM

Each Friday, we review 10 recently released CDs in 10 words each:

Philip Gibbs The Petroleum Age — Country folk album combines musings about the past and present.

Elephant Revival Break in the Clouds — Colorado band’s sophomore effort brings Americana into new directions, combinations.

Milos Mediterraneo — 28-year-old guitar virtuoso releases instrumental U.S. debut.

Pale In the Time of Dangerous Men — Texas indie-rockers sound like odd combination of U2, Radiohead.

Cody Canada & The Departed This Is Indian Land — Debut from singer’s new band pays tribute to Oklahoma songwriters.

The Bo-Keys Got to Get Back! — Memphis soul music stalwarts release first album in seven years.

Gary Nicholson Texas Songbook — Lone Star State plays prominent role in country singer’s lyrics.

Stefon Harris, David Sanchez, Christian Scott Ninety Miles — Talented vibraphonist, saxophonist and trumpeter join forces under jazz umbrella.

Corey Smith The Broken Record — College crowd favorite re-records some favorites for new label debut.

The Greencards The Brick Album — Sam Bush, Vince Gill guest on newgrass band’s energetic album.

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