Out of the Box CD of the Week with Paul Shugrue The CD of the Week from Out of the Box with Paul Shugrue.
Out of the Box CD of the Week with Paul Shugrue

Out of the Box CD of the Week with Paul Shugrue

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The CD of the Week from Out of the Box with Paul Shugrue.

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The National

"I Am Easy To Find" is the eighth release for this brooding and melancholy band and, if possible, their music has become even more cinematic with the addition of an Oscar winning filmmaker overseeing the production.

Mark Rogers

"Laying it Down," with great backing talent, earnest vocals and some solid, relatable songs, hits a sweet Americana spot.

Vampire Weekend

Their first album in six years "Father of the Bride" reflects a lot of changes within the band that results in an 18 song tour de force of irresistible, imaginative and trend setting music.

Josh Ritter

On his tenth album in twenty years, "Fever Breaks" he shakes up the consistency he is so well known for and adds a new dimension to his music through a perfect musical partnership with multi-Grammy award winner Jason Isbell as his producer and band leader.

The Ben Phelps Project

Everything about "Wake Up the Guards"is big. From the scorching saxophone blasts, to the torrid bass, guitar and keyboard interplay to it's fifteen tracks of rock jazz and soul fusion, it's a big step forward for this Hampton Roads band

Shovels and Rope

Their new album "By Blood" is the boldest effort yet by the married duo who specialize in bringing together disparate elements.

The Suitcase Junket

On his new album "Mean Dog Trampoline" this one-man-band is working with a producer for the first time, Steve Berlin of Los Lobos, who brings an enlightened focus to Lorenz's playing.

LADADA

On their full length debut album "Heaven on the Rocks," the Virginia Beach band shows off their psych rock chops.

Over The Rhine

Their 15th album Love and Revelation is a somber and earthy collection of songs about grief and loss and how to rise above it.

Patty Griffin

Her self titled, tenth studio album comes after a frightening bout with cancer and serves as a kind of musical rehab, allowing her to relate her own life to the greater truths and experiences that she sings about.

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