Album Streams: Eno, Lanois, Cale, more

Tune in!NPR is streaming the following until their release on November 2:

Brian Eno, ‘Small Craft On A Milk Sea’

Black Dub ft. Daniel Lanois, ‘Black Dub’ (MP3)

Weekend, ‘Sports’ (MP3)

And AOL/Spinner is streaming the following through Sunday, October 31:

John Cale and Band, 'Live at Rockpalast'

Buddy Guy, 'Living Proof' (Jive)

Crowded House, 'The Very Very Best of Crowded House'

More streams below, including new releases by Bryan Ferry, Jethro Tull, and Prefab Sprout. Let us know if you hear anything good.

Bryan Ferry, 'Olympia'

Jethro Tull, 'Stand Up'

Prefab Sprout, 'Let's Change the World With Music' (Tompkins Square)

Dave Beck, 'Stranger Homes' (Self-release; MP3 via Magnet)

Dead Snares, 'Speak the Language' (popantipop)

Depedro, 'Nubes de Papel' (Nat Geo)

FuzZ, 'Sparkle Vision' (Spectrophonic Sound)

Ghostland Observatory, 'Codename: Rondo' (Trashy Moped)

Johnny Flynn, 'Been Listening' (Thirty Tigers)

Le Concorde, 'House' (Le Grand Magistery)

My Jerusalem, 'Gone for Good' (00:02:59)

Quinn Marston, 'Can You See Me Hear Me Now?' (Ernest Jenning; MP3)

The Octopus Project, 'Hexadecagon' (Peek-A-Boo; MP3 via Magnet)

The Superions, 'Destination… Christmas!' (Fanatic; MP3)

Timo Maas, 'Balance 017' (Balance)

PT Walkley, 'Nice Guy Johnny Soundtrack' (WME)

Various Artists, 'Saw 3D Soundtrack'

Default, 'Comes and Goes'

Dwight Howard, 'Shoot For the Stars' (Razor & Tie)

Michael Buble, 'Crazy Love Hollywood Edition' (WMG)

Monster Magnet, 'Mastermind' (Napalm)

2 thoughts on “Album Streams: Eno, Lanois, Cale, more”

  1. Shame, shame, shame…Glono’s favorite band gets left off the feed listing. I would’ve missed it if not for tonedeaframbler.

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