Streams: Iggy, Frank, Elvis, more

Tune in!AOL/Spinner is streaming the following albums through Sunday, June 6, so listen while you can.

Iggy Pop, ‘Preliminaires’

Frank Sinatra, ‘Classic Sinatra II’

Elvis Costello, ‘Secret, Profane & Sugarcane’

Eels, ‘Hombre Lobo – 12 Songs of Desire’

Rancid, ‘Let the Dominoes Fall’ (MP3)

NPR is streaming Dirty Projectors’ Bitte Orca.

More streams after the jump, and as always, let us know if you hear anything good!

Jeff Buckley, ‘Grace Live Around The World’

Nick Cave, ‘Kicking Against the Pricks’

Crosby, Stills & Nash, ‘Demos’

Lee Fields & the Expressions, ‘My World’ (MP3)

Dave Matthews Band, ‘Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King’

The Sounds, ‘Crossing the Rubicon’ (MP3)

Paolo Nutini, ‘Sunny Side Up’

Diane Birch, ‘Bible Belt’

Anderson, ‘It Runs In The Family’

Girl in a Coma, ‘Trio B.C.’

311, ‘Uplifter’

And NPR is still streaming:

Crosby, Stills, and Nash – Demos

Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse – Dark Night of the Soul

One thought on “Streams: Iggy, Frank, Elvis, more”

  1. it’s getting slagged in a few reviews, but i like the new iggy album. it’s a bit of a departure for him, but it’s definitely a fine album to listen to on laid back summer nights. though while listening to it with some neighbors over for drinks and grilling, my friend had to question, “why is everyone putting out albums that sound like tom waits?” i guess there is that sort of vibe with it, though maybe a little leonard cohen as well.

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