Music Reviews (Mar.)

Did you know that LPL has a great and growing collection of CDs? Sample fresh albums and old favorites. This month we recommend Bob Dylan, The Decembrists and more!

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Bob Dylan, Shadows In the Night – The unexpected coming together of two great American musical figures features Dylan tackling his favorites from the Sinatra songbook.

Rhiannon Giddens, Tomorrow Is My Turn – Giddens is best known for her work with Carolina Chocolate Drops. Her first solo record is produced by T Bone Burnett, and explores jazz, gospel, folk and more.

The Decemberists, What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World – Colin Meloy and company return after several years on hiatus. This new collection presents indie folk music with literate and theatrical emphasis.

Meghan Trainor, Title – Surely you’ve heard Trainor’s ubiquitous “All About That Bass” in the past couple months. The Nashville writer’s debut solo album offers more upbeat, quirky pop gems.

Bob Dylan/Various Artists, Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes – all songs written by Bob Dylan, lost for some 20 years, and now sung by other artists.