Spanish singer Roslaía's El Mal Querer is on our short list of the best albums out on Nov. 2.
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.
- Rosalía: El Mal Querer
Featured Song: "Que No Salga La Luna"
- Bob Dylan: More Blood, More Tracks
Featured Song: "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go"
- Marianne Faithful: Negative Capability
Featured song: "In My Own Particular Way"
- Pistol Annies: Interstate Gospel
Featured Song: "Stop Drop And Roll One"
- Rosanne Cash: She Remembers Everything
Featured Song: "Rabbit Hole"
- Stove: 's Favorite Friend
Featured Song: "Mosquiter"
- Kelly Moran: Ultraviolet
Featured Song: "Helix"
- 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