Words & Music

by Alan Rapp on March 4, 2008

in Music News & Reviews

Hey folks!  Here’s a look at new music and new books hitting the shelves today from your pals here at RazorFine!  Today’s new books include the third book of the Inheritance Cycle, something new from Anne Rice, and much more.  Today’s new music includes the new album from The Black Crowes, a re-release of some Seasame Street favorites, Lynyrd Skynyrd celebrating an anniversary, and new albums from Alan Jackson, Flogging Molly, and Jackson Browne.  Check out the full list inside the Full Diagnosis!


Today’s new books include:

Star Wars: The Essential Atlas by Daniel Wallace and Jason Fry

Cat in a Red Hot Rage by Carole Nelson Douglas

The Ancient by R. A. Salvatore

The Big Field by Mike Lupica

High Profile by Robert B. Parker

The Silver Swan by Benjamin Black

Brisinger (Inheritance Cycle #3) by Christopher Paolini

Christ the Lord: The Road to Cana by Anne Rice

The New Deal: A 75th Anniversary Celebration by Kathryn A. Flynn

Dead Time by Stephen White

A Prisoner of Birth by Jeffrey Archer

Change of Heart by Jodi Picoult

Today’s new music includes:

Warpaint – The Black Crowes

Street Survivors 30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition – Lynyrd Skynyrd

Solo Acoustic, Vol. 2 – Jackson Browne

Saturnalia – The Gutter Twins

Sounds So Good – Ashton Shepherd

Going Away White – Bauhaus

Asking for Flowers – Kathleen Edwards

Good Time – Alan Jackson

Float – Flogging Molly

Untraceable Original Soundtrack

Feature Album:

Here’s something for the kiddies!  Re-released today is Platinum All Time Favorites including many of the signature songs from Sesame Street.  Included here are 20 tracks of favorites such as Ernie singing “Rubber Duckie,” “Sing (Sing a Song),” Kermit’s famous rendition of “Bein’ Green,” Grover’s “What Do I Do When I’m Alone?,” and Oscar rejoicing about garbage in “I Love Trash.”  Also included are the “Seasame Street Theme,” “The People in Your Neighborhood,” “Elmo’s Song,” and (my personal favorite from this collection) Cookie Monster’s mantra – “C is For Cookie.”



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