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New Music Releases for Fall 2003

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Fall 2003 New Releases

Hear 30-second selections

Listen "Step Into My Office, Baby" Belle & Sebastian from Dear Catastrophe Waitress

Listen "Rush Around" Edie Brickell from Volcano

Listen "You Left Me in the Dark" Elvis Costello from North

Listen "Mar de Canal" Cesaria Evora from Voz d'Amor

Listen "So Damn Lucky" Dave Matthews from Some Devil

Listen "War" Outkast from Speakerboxxx

Listen "Canto de Pedra Petra" Virginia Rodrigues from Mares Profundos

Listen "Oh What a World" Rufus Wainwright from Want One

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This fall brings a bevy of new music releases — so many that we thought we needed a guide to sift through them.

NPR's Michele Norris talks with Tom Moon of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Will Hermes, a Senior writer for Spin magazine, about the treasure of new releases coming our way, including the first release from singer-songwriter Edie Brickell in 10 years.


Dave Matthews: Some Devil

Emmylou Harris: Stumble Into Grace

Outkast: Speakerboxxx/The Love Below

Gloria Estefan: Unwrapped

Elvis Costello: North

Nickelback: The Long Road

The Mavericks: The Mavericks

Joe Henry: Tiny Voices

Cesaria Evora: Voz d'Amor

The Bangles Reunion album

Erykah Badu EP

Rufus Wainwright: Want


Sting: Sacred Love

Iggy Pop: Skull Ring

Cassandra Wilson: Glamoured


Rickie Lee Jones: Evening Of My Best Day


Edie Brickell: Volcano

Virginia Rodrigues: Mares Profundos



The Strokes

Edie Brickell

Pat Martino

Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros

Wyclef Jean



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