New music Tuesday! (September 20)

New releases out this week by Tori Amos, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Megafaun, Young Jeezy + more (video)

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Miles Davis, Live in Europe 1967: The Bootleg Series Vol. 1 (Sony Legacy)
Stay tuned for Eric Snider's thoughtful five-star review of the latest Miles Davis bootleg.

Gavin DeGraw, Sweeter (RCA)

Wolfgang Gartner, Weekend in America (Ultra)

Grateful Dead, Europe '72 Vol. 2 (Grateful Dead / Wea)
The original triple live album, Europe '72, documents the Dead's historic trek across Europe and is considered by some to be a must-have. The second volume includes more than two hours and 20 tracks worth of unreleased performances from that storied 22-show tour as compiled by Dead archivist David Lemieux.

Katie Herzig, The Walking Sleep (Downtown / Mercer Street)
You may know the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter from her songs on various TV shows — Grey's Anatomy, Smallville, One Tree Hill and the like. This is her fourth LP, the making of which is documented in the short EPK below.

The Jayhawks, Mockingbird Time (Rounder)

Ivy, All Hours (Nettwerk)
The band featuring Fountains of Wayne's releases their first album in five years. Click here to read Evan's review of the album.

Demi Lovato, Unbroken (Hollywood)

Megafaun, Megafaun (Hometapes)

Miguel Migs, Outside The Skyline (Om Records)

needtobreathe, The Reckoning (Atlantic)

Never Shout Never, Time Travel (Warner Bros)

Nurses, Dracula (Dead Oceans)

Opeth, Heritage (Roadrunner)

Passafire, Start From Scratch (FlameGuy Records)
The reggae rock outfit plays the Local 662 with Jimkata on Sun., Sept. 25, in support of their fourth LP.

Pearl Jam, Pearl Jam Twenty Soundtrack (Columbia)
The soundtrack to the documentary by Cameron Crowe about the seminal alt rock band. The soundtrack includes live cuts hand-picked by the director and according to CL Music Team writer Joel Weiss, there are some gems. Check out the trailer for the film below.

Pebs, Sweet Surrender (self-release)

A Shoreline Dream, Losing Them All to This Time (Latenight Weeknight Records)

Sun Wizard, Middle of My Heart (Light Organ Records)

SuperHeavy, SuperHeavy (Universal Republic)
Mick Jagger teamed up with Eurythmics musician/UK producer Dave Stewart, soul songstress Joss Stone, Slumdog Millionaire soundtrack composer A.R.Rahman, and reggae great Damian Marley recorded as SuperHeavy in various studios around the world, with the majority of the tracks on the project laid down over three weeks in Los Angeles earlier this year. The result is rather surprising; check out the video for the first single, "Miracle Worker," below.

Tammar, Visits (Suicide Squeeze)

Thrice, Major/Minor (Vagrant)

Veronica Falls, Come On Over (Slumberland)

Waters, Out In The Light (TBD Records)
The debut LP from the new project of former Port O'Brien frontman Van Pierszalowski. The video for the single "For the One" is directed by Allen Cordell (Beach House, Cloud Nothings) and features, among other things, a dreamcatcher, false teeth, knife-wielding demons, and melting faces. Watch at your own risk...

Wavves, Life Sux EP (Ghost Ramp)

White Birds, White Birds Tape (Grizzly Records)
The actual release dates is this Friday, September 23.

Young Jeezy, TM 103: Hustlerz Ambition (Def Jam)

This week's hot new music releases. I've included info and links for the ones you want to know about most below, plus some other ones you may never have heard of (but should know), with audio & video for your listening and viewing pleasure. Click here to check out releases that dropped over the past few months ...

All Get Out, The Season (Favorite Gentlemen Recordings)

Tori Amos, Night Of Hunters (Deutsche Grammophon)

Andrew Jackson Jihad, Knife Man (Asian Man Records)
The upbeat Americana act from Arizona issues their fourth full-length, and opens for Frank Turner at Crowbar in Ybor on Friday, September 30.

Azita, Disturbing the Air (Drag City Records)

Tony Bennett, Tony Bennett: Duets II (Columbia)

Boom Bip, Zig Zaj (Lex)

Boots Electric, Honkey Kong (Dangerbird Records)
The solo project of Eagles Of Death Metal's Jesse Hughes.

Cave, Neverendless (Drag City)
The Chicago-based psych-drone outfit issues their first recording as a four-piece to turn out a thicker, denser sound. The band stops at New World Brewery November 8.

Celtic Thunder, Storm (Decca)

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Hysterical (Red)
The Brooklyn indie rock outfit presents their third LP. Check out the video for the single "Maniac" after the jump.

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