New Music Friday For Nov. 2: 8 Albums You Need To Hear Now

Nov 2, 2018
Originally published on November 2, 2018 10:09 am

This week's sprint through the best new albums, out on Nov. 2, includes a collection of outtakes and rarities from Bob Dylan's Blood On The Tracks period, the Flamenco-pop of Rosalía, profoundly moving reflections from Marianne Faithful, the prepared piano of Kelly Moran, fuzz-pop from Stove and more. Host Robin Hilton is joined for this week's New Music Friday by NPR Music's Ann Powers, Lars Gotrich and Stephen Thompson.

Featured Albums:

  1. Rosalía: El Mal Querer
    Featured Song: "Que No Salga La Luna"
  2. Bob Dylan: More Blood, More Tracks
    Featured Song: "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go"
  3. Marianne Faithful: Negative Capability
    Featured song: "In My Own Particular Way"
  4. Pistol Annies: Interstate Gospel
    Featured Song: "Stop Drop And Roll One"
  5. Rosanne Cash: She Remembers Everything
    Featured Song: "Rabbit Hole"
  6. Stove: 's Favorite Friend
    Featured Song: "Mosquiter"
  7. Kelly Moran: Ultraviolet
    Featured Song: "Helix"
  8. Doug Paisley: Starter Home
    Featured Song: "Starter Home"

Other notable releases for Nov. 2: Vince Staples: FM!; Tenacious D: Post-Apocalypto; Dead Can Dance: Dionysus; Molly Nilsson: Twenty Twenty; Gabby's World: Beast On Beast; Bill Ryder-Jones: Yawn; Rodney Crowell: Christmas Everywhere; JD McPherson: Socks; Sun Kil Moon: This Is My Dinner

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