Your Music Tuesday 7.20.10
We’re back to business here at ZuneSpring headquarters and you know what that means.. new. music. This week we’ve got new additions for Sheryl Crow, The Jonas Brothers (please tell me you guys won’t listen to that), and Rick Ross.
Like the great founding father himself, I cannot tell a lie, therefore it would be out of my character to try to describe the feel or vibe for Sheryl Crows’ 100 Miles From Memphis. Why? Because a death man couldn’t mistake me for a fan of her music. I have tried, so if you have got any tips for getting into her tunes don’t forget leave them in the comments.
The Jonas Brothers also have a new beach themed album debuting this week entitled appropriately enough, Jonas L.A.. Again not one of those artists I’m remotely interested in, but if you are I’m sure you or your teenage daughter can’t wait to check it out. Rumors have that it will be hitting a Beach Boys tone.
Rick Ross has also come back to explain to us how being a prison guard and being incarcerated are the same thing. Only kidding. Teflon Don, seems to attempt to tell the truth about urban American’s obsession with money. I’d argue that making an entire album about said struggle only helps to increase our preoccupation on it, but what the heck, I’ll bite.
Here’s a lists of other notable albums heading to digital music stores including Zune Marketplace this week.
- Various Artists:The Ikon Records Story America’s #1 Unsung Garage Label 1964-1966
- Jimmy Gnecco: The Heart
- Various Artists: This is the Blues Vols. 3 & 4
- David Garrett: Rock Symphonies
That wraps up the first return edition of ZuneSpring’s Your Music Tuesday. We want to know what you are listening this week on Twitter, message us at @ZuneSpring with #YMT in the tagline.