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October List by Donalee Jacobs
The Blues, The Whole Blues And Nothing But The Blues
The Blues, The Whole Blues And Nothing But The Bluesdavid bromberg

David Bromberg, Godfather of Americana, decorated multi-instrumentalist, and acclaimed singer-songwriter, hits a milestone with this release that takes one to electrifying heights as well as intimate acoustic moments on his arrangements of songs by Robert Johnson, Bobby Charles, and others.

Heritagerichard bona

Originally from Cameroon, Richard Bona remains true to his roots on his eighth album as a leader and the first with his Afro-Cuban band Mandekan Cubano. 

The Beautiful Not Yet
The Beautiful Not Yetcarrie newcomer

Carrie Newcomer's sixteenth studio album is a joyous collection of songs that combine virtuosic classical and bluegrass sensibilities with Newcomer's beautiful, clear, poetic language and intimate melodies. 

Familiar Spirit
Familiar SpiritEdison

Critically acclaimed and a fan favorite from their stint as an opening act, Denver-based acoustic trio Edison release their first full-length album.

Throwback To The Future
Throwback To The Futurebrookzill!

Brookzill!'s statement album, ten years in the making, is a proud amalgamation of place, spirituality, and time. Recorded in two continents, the album features a dynamic guest list of acclaimed Brazilian musicians playing instruments including marimbas, cavoquinho, and flute. 

Young As The Morning Old As The Sea
Young As The Morning Old As The SeaPassenger

The latest studio album from Mike Rosenberg, the Brighton-born singer/songwriter better known as Passenger. Includes the single Somebody's Love. Deluxe edition includes a DVD documentary.

I Will Not Stop Singing
I Will Not Stop Singingzomba prison project

Recorded in Malawi, The Zomba Prison Project follow up their Grammy Award nominated debut with a second powerful album that brings international attention to the injustices in the prison system.

Blue Mountain
Blue Mountainbob weir

Inspired by the great American tradition of the cowboy song, this new project harkens back to a summer Bob Weir spent as a teenager in the American West working and living among ranchers, hearing their stories and their songs.