THE MUSIC BOX | 4/30/09

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Susan Marshalls third solo offering is considered by many to be her best yet. The Memphis Flyer calls Susan Marshall the contemporary Memphis scenes most powerful and versatile pure singer. The album is a mix of four covers and five originals, all united by Marshalls electric vocals. It was recorded with Jeff Powell (who also has a long history with the Afghan Whigs) and features guest performances by Greg Dulli (on Lou Reeds Femme Fatale), Lucinda Williams (for a duet of Dont Let Me Down) and Al Greens sideman Teenie Hodges (on Oh My Soul ). The album opens with a cover of the Afghan Whigs Going to Town.

Songs on the album:

Already Gone
Back to You
Dont Let Me Down
Even If It Takes a Lifetime
Femme Fatale
Going to Town
Its Hittin Me
Little Red
Oh My Soul

Also released this week:
John McLaughlin
Five Peace Band Live
Concord Records
NOFX
Coaster
Fat Wreck Chords

Melissa Morgan
Until I Met You
Telarc

Great Northern
Remind Me Where the Light Is
Eenie Meenie Records

Collin Raye
Never Going Back
WEA Corp DVD

Jason Michael Carroll
Growing Up Is Getting Old
Arista

Melody Gardot
My One and Only Thrill
Verve
Black Label Society
Skullage
Eagle Records

Jars Of Clay
The Long Fall Back to Earth
Provident

Rick Ross
Deeper Than Rap
Def Jam

Chimaira
The Infection
Ferret

Jesse Winchester
Love Filling Station
Appleseed Records

Camera Obscura
My Maudlin Career
4AD

Manchester Orchestra
Mean Everything To Nothing
Sony

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