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October List by Donalee Jacobs
100 Hits: The Best Disco Album
100 Hits: The Best Disco AlbumVarious Artists

Disco dominated the world in the 70's, and it's celebratory sound is still heard everywhere today. This comprehensive collection compiles the biggest and best from the peak of that era. Disco, R&B, pop and dance club hits. 100 songs presented on five CD's. Includes hits by Earth Wind & Fire, Donna Summer, Cerrone, Village People, Weather Girls, Lou Rawls, Dan Hartman, The O'Jays, and many more!

Anak Ko
Anak KoJay Som

When it was time to make Jay Som’s second album, Melina Duterte relocated from her hometown roots in California’s Bay Area to Los Angeles and started writing. The result, Anak Ko, is some of Duterte’s strongest work to date. Translating to “my child” in English, Anak Ko, features sweeping, shoegazey guitars on Superbike, delicate string & pedal steel arrangements as found on Nighttime Drive all encased in incredible production. 

Before You Begin
Before You BeginSequoyah Murray

At just 22 years old, Sequoyah Murray's mutant brand of modern soul is as deeply eclectic as it is instantly arresting, a quality that drew early comparisons to Arthur Russell. Like Russell, Murray has a boundless, playful approach to composition; an incredible breadth of vision balanced by concise editing. The new album features Penalties Of Love and Here We Go.

Children And Art
Children And ArtMandy Patinkin

The latest solo album from Tony Award winner Mandy Patinkin features twelve tracks selected from a series of digital Diary releases from the last year and a half. Tracks include From The Air, Raggedy Ann and If I Had A Boat.

Coming To Amerika
Coming To AmerikaAlex Boye

The new album from Alex Boye features the singles Bend Not Break and Still Breathing. The album is being released in conjunction with Boye's national tour and turns a spotlight on the importance of mental health.

The Complete Stax Singles Volume 1 (1962-1967)
The Complete Stax Singles Volume 1 (1962-1967)Booker T. & The MG's

Booker T & the MG's recorded 49 single sides for Stax under the name of Booker T. & the MG's, and the first 29 are included in this collection, all mono single versions. Of the 29 songs, 15 reached the charts, including Green Onions, Boot-Leg, Hip Hug-Her and My Sweet Potato.

For The Girls
For The GirlsKristin Chenoweth

The new album from Tony and Emmy Award winner Kristin Chenoweth is a tribute to women in music. It will feature guests ranging from Dolly Parton to Ariana Grande with a similarly diverse repertoire.

Little Ghost
Little GhostMoonchild

The fourth release from critically acclaimed alternative R&B trio Moonchild seamlessly blends funk, soul and R&B in an experimental collection, which features the single To Much To Ask.

My Name Is Michael Holbrook
My Name Is Michael HolbrookMIKA

Singer-songwriter Mika is back with his fifth studio album. It includes the singles Tiny Love, which was featured on and Ice Cream.

Pure Carpenters
Pure CarpentersJim Brickman

Jim Brickman returns with this piano tribute to the the music of the Carpenters. Selections include Yesterday Once More, Bless The Beasts and A Song For You.


American Idol winner Fantasia kicks off a new chapter in her career with an album that incorporates a wide variety of genres and styles. It includes the tracks PTSD featuring T-Pain, Looking For You and Enough.

Solace Remixed
Solace RemixedRufus Du Sol

Rufus Du Sol puts a new spin on their 2018 album with remixes created by Will Clarke, Justin Martin, Audiofly and Adam Port, as well as the band themselves.

Sunshine Kitty
Sunshine KittyTove Lo

The fourth release from Tove Lo reflects her recent move to LA and reveals a confident, hard-earned wisdom. The album features the catchy single Glad He's Gone. (Explicit Content)

TomorrowJimmie Herrod With Pink Martini

Featuring the title track, a new recording of the hit song from Annie, alongside memorable repertoire like He Was Too Good to Me and a catchy cover of Tell Him, originally made famous by The Exciters, Tomorrow is a must listen for fans of Pink Martini and, indeed, anyone who appreciates rich, orchestral pop.