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Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Music: New Release Tuesday

Nellie McKay contemplates her own pinkness

This week's new releases are headed up by the Foo Fighters, who bring back The Colour and The Shape producer Gil Norton for the poorly named Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace .

Sam Beam's band Iron and Wine open up their sound with The Shepherd's Dog which features previous collaborators Calexico and a broader palette than his earlier folky releases.

Chaka Khan comes back after 11 years with Jagged Edge and hip-hop/soul chanteuse Jill Scott busts out with Real Thing: Words And Sounds Vol. 3.

Quirky cutie Nellie McKay releases her latest Obligatory Villagers.

Way alt-country troubadour Steve Earle issues Washington Square Serenade.

Joni Mitchell breaks the silence by releasing a new album on the Starbucks Hear Music label at the same time as jazzman Herbie Hancock puts out a guest-studded Joni covers disc.

Weird beard Devendra Banhart sends Smoky Rolls Down Thunder Canyon into the world like so much incense smoke.

Stars In The Bedroom After the War finally sees release in stores after being available online for some time.

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