The second album is the “show & prove” effort. The time to let people know that you’re more than a one-hit wonder, and two of 2006’s biggest debut artists make their (rather quick, if you ask me) returns today.
Welcome back James (“You’re Beautiful”) Blunt and KT (“Suddenly I See”) Tunstall with their second albums. Blunt, the new king of Lite radio, has a new single called “1973” and his album is called All The Lost Souls. KT, whose chick rock has gained her a ton of fans through placement on just about every TV show imaginable, has a new album called Drastic Fantastic.
Speaking of Lite radio, there’s a new Barry Manilow record in stores today, and something tells me Elizabeth Hasselbeck will not be buying it. But that shouldn’t stop you from buying The Greatest Songs of the Seventies. Then again…it *is* Barry Manilow…
Want more of the greatest songs of the Seventies? Pick up Babyface’s new CD, Playlist, which features the R&B singer/songwriter/producer/instrumentalist remaking songs like James Taylor’s “Fire & Rain” and Dan Fogelberg’s “Longer”.
Also on the release schedule, the solo debut of Train’s Pat Monahan, Aussie singer/songwriter Ben Lee, Finnish metal outfit HIM, rap Grammy winner Chamillionaire, and the final album from industrial gods Ministry.
See? Something for everyone!!!