Out Of The Box Cd Of The Week With Paul Shugrue



All this week listen for songs.... Hear it on Out of the Box, read Paul's review and hear a sampler of the CD by clicking the CD cover.


  • The Hold Steady


    Their eighth album, "Open Door Policy," brings their unique style to a whole new level.

  • Clap Your Hands Say Yeah


    One of the first totally indie bands, they released their debut in 2005 fully on their own. That D.I.Y. appeal is still evident on their album “New Fragility.”

  • Foo Fighters


    Medicine at Midnight, their 10th album, is one of their most consistent and likable since their early days.

  • Langhorne Slim


    The first album of the week for 2021 is an album of pandemic inspired songs called “Strawberry Mansion.” It’s his seventh album and he might as well have called it “What I did during the covid quarantine.”

  • Chris Stapleton


    “Starting Over” is his fourth album since he made the switch from songwriter to recording artist

  • Chris Stapleton


    “Starting Over” is his fourth album since he made the switch from songwriter to recording artist.

  • Wes Charlton


    The artist from Virginia's Northern Neck creates a singular artistic vision with his fourth album “Breaking Light.” Performing all the instruments and vocals, the songs range from deeply personal to outright political.

  • Suzzy Roche and Lucy Wainwright Roche


    A comforting new album has arrived by the mother/daughter duo called, fittingly; “I Can Still Hear You.” The harmonies they create are the perfect antidote to isolation.

  • Bruce Springsteen


    “Letter To You” is a true love letter to his fans as he reunites with the E-Street Band for an album recorded live in the studio over a mere four days.

  • Matt Berninger


    His gloomy persona, which has defined The National’s albums, is brought to a new level on his solo debut “Serpentine Prison.”

  • Bahamas


    As Afie Jurvanen's fifth album’s title,“Sad Hunk” implies, he’s struggling to live up to his own reputation.

  • Dawes


    On their seventh album “Good Luck With Whatever,” they come to grips with being thirty-something and dealing with growing up.

  • Fleet Foxes


    Released at the exact moment of 2020’s autumnal equinox, “Shore” has songs that focus on luminescence in a time of darkness, and tranqulity during upheaval. It’s a return to form with some of their most brilliant songs.

  • Ziggy Marley


    “More Family Time” is the perfect project for parents who love reggae and have kids at home this fall.

  • The Jason Cale Band


    “World of Wonder” captures the same magic from the night they played the Out of the Box Series earlier this year when they blew the crowd away.

  • Angelheaded Hipster


    The Songs of Marc Bolan and T-Rex is a double album that features artists who have been carefully picked, like the guest list at a lavish dinner party, to each bring something different to their performances of these classic glam-rock songs.

  • The Avett Brothers


    Their new album “The Third Gleam” has honest songs done in the simplest of ways, all acoustic.

  • Chuck Prophet


    His new album, his 14th, is called “The Land That Time Forgot” and showcases his portraits of people in many different situations.

  • Suburban Key Party


    “The Chase” is an album that comes out blazing and rarely lets up. Each song began as an acoustic track with layers of different sounds and harmonies added in highly creative ways.

  • Courtney Marie Andrews


    Devastatingly mournful and sad, ‘Old Flowers” is cathartic, hinting at a renewed sense of self-worth and recovery

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