Dee Dee Bridgewater Midnight Sun: If you're not familiar with this premier jazz vocalist, this handpicked collection is a great place to start. Bridgewater chose love songs of all types — new love, lost love, tender ballads — from her four-decade career, displaying both her impeccable taste and her unique interpretive skills.
Gabe Dixon One Spark: Fans of Billy Joel and Elton John will be drawn to the infectious melodies and pop piano of Gabe Dixon on his debut solo album. On songs such as "Strike" and "Even the Rain" (featuring Alison Krauss), the veteran Nashville songwriter showcases his polished sound.
Dave Stewart The Blackbird Diaries: The former Eurythmic and veteran producer returns with his first solo album in more than a decade. The Englishman dives into Americana and country sounds, bringing along a star-studded group of guest artists, including Martina McBride, Stevie Nicks and Colbie Caillat.
Various Artists O Brother, Where Art Thou?: One of the best-selling movie soundtracks of all time gets the 10th anniversary treatment with a two-disc deluxe edition, featuring 13 songs that were recorded for the original album but didn't end up in the film. You'll find yourself drawn to the mix of country, blues, bluegrass, folk and gospel.