Posted by: ericclark | February 4, 2008

Sheryl Crow, Jack Johnson, Bob Mould, Lenny Kravitz give music its own Tsunami Tuesday

sheryl-crow.jpg                                               Sheryl Crow 

Political pundits are calling tomorrow “Tsunami Tuesday” because so many states are holding their presidential primaries and caucuses.

But tomorrow also is shaping up to be a “Tsunami Tuesday” for the music industry, with new releases from Sheryl Crow, Jack Johnson, Bob Mould, Lenny Kravitz and more.

Here’s a rundown of some of the notable albums coming out on Tuesday:

Sheryl Crow, “Detours” – Early reviews are saying “Detours” is Crow’s best work since “Tuesday Night Music Club.” Hear a sample of new song “Love is Free” here.

Jack Johnson, “Sleep Through the Static” – Singer-songwriter/surfer dude Jack Johnson is said to get a bit darker than usual on his latest album. Listen to a couple new songs here.

Bob Mould, “District Line” – Indie-rock icon Mould (Husker Du, Sugar) returns with his first release for the Anti- label. For the time being, the entire album is streaming here.

Lenny Kravitz, “It Is Time for a Love Revolution”– Kravitz looks to keep classic rock ‘n’ roll alive on his latest album. Hear new songs “Bring It On” and “I’ll Be Waiting” here.

As if that’s not enough, also being released are new albums from Hot Chip, k.d. lang, Shelby Lynne and Nada Surf.



  1. Your going to see a lot of “artists” releasing their “music” in the coming months leading to Chinese Democracy. These “muscians” are well aware, once Axl releases his masterpiece, no one will ever buy any other cd or mp3 again. Well, except for GNR’s back catalog.

    Axl rules and you know it, poser!!!

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