Friday, July 8, 2011

10-in-10 CD reviews (7-8-2011)

Posted By on Fri, Jul 8, 2011 at 10:41 AM

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

Robert Ellis Photographs — 22-year-old’s sophomore release offers mellow and moody folk.

Justin Moore Outlaws Like Me — Another pop-country singer with a big hat and accent

Alec Gross Strip the Lanterns —Album has drawn out vocals for emotional style of Americana.

Jeff Golub Band The Three Kings — Robben Ford, Sonny Landreth guest on traditional style blues album.

Dolly Parton Better Day — Still waiting for song about Howard Stern to be released.

Moby Destroyed — Remember when Moby was popular? Maybe he needs Gwen Stefani.

Jean Caffeine Geckos in the Elevator — First release in 10 years is pretty straight-forward folk.

Young Antiques A Man, Not a Biography — Reunited Atlanta power pop trio offers radio-friendly, catchy tunes. (At the Milestone on July 8.)

Old 97s The Grand Theatre Volume Two — Band’s ninth studio album is companion to Volume One… obviously.

Paul Dempsey Everything Is True — Something for Kate singer releases emo-ish alt-folk solo debut.

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