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Wayne's Music 18/19 September 2010. New releases!

Shattered Dreams the pop star sings the blues. Cyndi Lauper surrounds herself with blues exponents Allan Toussaint, Anne Pebbles, B B King, Johnny Lang and Charlie Musselwhite's harmonica throughout gives the Memphis Blues album some real grunt.
'S Wonderful head Beach Boy Brian Wilson reimagines George Gershwin.
Les Pas French pop star of the 60s and 70s, Francois Hardy is back after declaring in the 80s that "Decalages" would be her last album.
John Riley Irish band Grada with new acoustic music on their latest outing called "Natural Angle".
New York City's Killing Me Ray LaMontagne and The Pariah Dogs, on the fourth album for the singer/songwriter, released just last month.
Strange Things Tom Jones with a Spiritual Album? Who would have thought it was possible?
Rains Came Shelby Lynne, the actress, singer,songwriter. Great Googly Moo from the songs that don't make sense department, on a collection called Great Googly Moo and more undisputed truths. The Spaniels.
Nothing More Holly Williams, daughter of Hank Williams Junior, started out seriously writing and singing songs when she was about 17.
Annabella (Who flies to me when she's lonely) from the Long John Baldry PYE anthology.
Sideshow Mary Gauthier on The Foundling.
All Night mambo from a double CD with virtually every release made by Lamp records between 1954 and 1957. Summertime from one of our feature albums this weekend, Beachboy Brian Wilson reimagines Gershwin.
The Coast The Court Yard Hounds - sisters Martie McGuire and Emily Robison, who with Natalie Maines are The Dixie Chicks.
desert Town from Nathan Haines latest release - "Heaven And Earth".

Sunday 19 September 2010.

Come Home To me Cairo Knife Fight. .

Heavenly Days Chely Wright with a new collection called "Lifted Off The Ground".

Black And White Rag I love it when Jan Preston plays boogie piano, even more when she plays the honky tonk Winifred Atwell style.
They Can't Take That Away From Me more from this week's Feature album. Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin.


Ukulele Lady/If Paradise is Half As Nice Eliza Carthy and Norma Waterson from GIFT, the first album as a duo, deftly blending the old and new .
Careful Flip Grater has been in the local and International music scene for most of the 21st century. .
Sympathique from the Klezmer Rebs album "Just Add Schmaltz".
Ghosts Are White a re-introduction of Greg Fleming's music on a re-mastered album of tracks he recorded a decade and a half ago.
Just Your Fool Cyndi Lauper from another of our feature albums this week, Memphis Blues.
Isabelle Greg Johnson from last century on the Great new Zealand Song Book Volume 2.
Memory Devine
Francoise Hardy
So Alive The Bads with the title track of a very classy album by Brett Adams and Dianne Swann.
Sixteen Tons the Best Of Merle Travis, who wrote and recorded the original in 1946.
Modern Fables Julia Deans with the title track from her new CD.
Ipsy Opsie Ooh Shirley Gunter and The Flairs with another take on some of those nonsense musical terms of the 50s and 60s.
Stringing Me On Helen Henderson
Let The Heartaches Begin the major hit for Long John Baldry which he recorded as a solo singer, even though he was contracted to the band Bluesology.
Cry Myself To Sleep ` Tami Neilson - best female Artist at the Country Music Awards this year
Nothing But Love
one of the two unfinished Gershwin songs that Brian Wilson completed, with the blessing of the Gershwin estate, for the album Gershwin re-imagined.