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  • Joshua Redman Quartet's Come What May is the first album in almost two decades from this group of musicians—the saxophonist and his longtime friends and colleagues pianist Aaron Goldberg, bassist Reuben Rogers, and drummer Gregory Hutchinson—and features seven Redman tunes. "Mr. Redman's place is secure as one of the most effusive and engaging tenor saxophonists in straight-ahead jazz," says the New York Times, and the Quartet is "well attuned to his language of elastic tenacity." Pre-order to download the album track "How We Do" now and get an exclusive, limited-edition print autographed by the Quartet.

  • The double-vinyl edition of David Byrne's Nonesuch debut album, Grown Backwards, first released on the album's 15th anniversary in 2019, is the original album plus six additional tracks, including a duet with Caetano Veloso on their song "Dreamworld." It's "one of Byrne's most rewarding experiments yet," says the Guardian. "It fits alongside the best of his career and adds another solid release to a solo catalog which will hopefully become more cherished in time," said Pitchfork in 2004. "In 20 years, as we straighten our faces with botulism, braces, and stem cells, the album will stand up."

  • February 22, 2019

    Walk Through Fire is the debut album from Yola, whom Q calls a "Bristol country-soul miracle." The Dan Auerbach–produced album puts a contemporary twist on a traditional sonic tapestry of orchestral strings, fiddle, steel, and shimmering tremolo guitars. Yola's arresting vocals captivate with sincere tales of heartache and loves lost, forgotten, and broken. The album "showcases Yola's otherworldly vocals and compelling songwriting," says NPR. "It's the work of an artist sure to stun audiences for years to come."

  • February 8, 2019

    Pianist Jeremy Denk's c. 1300–c. 2000 presents a centuries-long story of constantly emerging possibilities and styles of musical expression, an evolution drawn in a single arc by the music of twenty-four different composers, from Guillaume de Machaut to György Ligeti. "A piano recital covering 700 years of music: by most accepted definitions, that ought to be not just an oxymoron but an impossibility," says the Telegraph. "But the usual barriers fall whenever Jeremy Denk is at the keyboard ... Quite exhilarating."

  • k.d. lang performs "Sleeping Alone," a previously unreleased song she wrote with Joe Pisapia, live in concert at the Majestic Theatre in San Antonio, Texas, in September 2018. The concert was captured for k.d. lang – Landmarks Live in Concert: A Great Performances Special, which premiered on PBS in December 2018.

  • This Nonesuch Store–exclusive bundle includes David Byrne's Grammy-nominated album American Utopia on vinyl or CD plus his EP "…The Best Live Show of All Time" —NME on CD and a digital download of all of the above. The EP contains six live tracks from the American Utopia tour, recorded at Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, NY, in September 2018: the American Utopia songs "Everybody's Coming To My House," "Every Day Is A Miracle," and "Dog's Mind"; the Talking Heads' "This Must Be The Place (Naïve Melody)" and "I Zimbra"; and "Toe Jam," which Byrne originally recorded with Fatboy Slim as The BPA. Also available as a digital download.

  • The Nonesuch Store–exclusive "…The Best Live Show of All Time" —NME EP CD contains six live tracks from David Byrne's American Utopia tour, recorded at Kings Theater in Brooklyn, NY, in September 2018: the American Utopia songs "Everybody's Coming To My House," "Every Day Is A Miracle," and "Dog's Mind"; the Talking Heads' "This Must Be The Place (Naïve Melody)" and "I Zimbra"; and "Toe Jam," which Byrne originally recorded with Fatboy Slim as The BPA.

  • Previously only available on a vinyl 7" for Record Store Day: Black Friday in 2014, Conor Oberst's songs "Standing on the Outside Looking In" and "Sugar Street" are now available digitally. The tracks were recorded during the sessions for Oberst's 2014 Nonesuch Records debut album, Upside Down Mountain, of which Rolling Stone said: "A sumptuous immersion in '70s California folk pop, it is the most immediately charming album he has ever made."

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