British artist James Arthur releases new album “Back from the Edge”


Listen To “Say You Won’t Let Go” here!


Chart-topping British artist James Arthur returns with his second album Back From The Edge!

In just a few short weeks, James has made an unbelievable comeback with his brand new single “Say You Won’t Let Go.” Following two years away from the spotlight, the 2012 winner of “X Factor” has now sold more than half a million copies of the single and held the #1 spot on the Official Charts for three consecutive weeks in the UK. James became the first British lead artist to hold the top spot on the chart for more than one week this year, and was also confirmed as the best-selling British singles artist in 2016. “Say You Won’t Let Go” has quickly become a worldwide hit, having topped official singles charts around the globe.

The story continues stateside, as “Say You Won’t Let Go” will officially launch on US radio stations November 7, having already been added to KLLC/San Francisco, WKRQ/Cincinnati, Sirius XM’s The Pulse and WVMX/Columbus. Idolator calls the track a “future hit,” comparing James to Ed Sheeran and John Legend, while Just Jared exclaims James is “back in the spotlight!”

Recorded in London and Los Angeles, and co-written with some of the world’s A-List songwriters and producers, Back From The Edge encompasses his experiences over the past few years and reflects his true, honest self. The album also showcases James’s versatile style, taking inspiration from soul, rock and hip-hop, all while topping pre-order charts around the globe.

Speaking of the album, James added: "I am so proud of this album. The past few years have been a bit of a rollercoaster and this album really shows an honest reflection of that. The support so far has been so incredible, and I hope this record will resonate with everyone.”

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JONI MITCHELL "The Reprise Albums (1968-1971)"

JONI MITCHELL "The Reprise Albums (1968-1971)"


The Reprise Albums (1968-1971) Debuts Newly Remastered Versions Of Song To A Seagull, Clouds, Ladies Of The Canyon, And Blue

Limited: 4-CD and 4-LP  Versions Available June 25.

LOS ANGELES – On June 22, 1971, Joni Mitchell released Blue, concluding her prolific four album run for Reprise Records with an album considered by many to be one of the greatest of all time. Its stirring, confessional songs have been celebrated by music lovers and critics alike for decades while inspiring a wide variety of artists as diverse as Prince and Taylor Swift. Even today, its stature as a masterpiece continues to grow. Just last year, the album was named #3 on Rolling Stone’s list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time.”

To celebrate the album’s 50th anniversary, Rhino is releasing THE REPRISE ALBUMS (1968-1971), the next installment of the Joni Mitchell Archives series, featuring newly remastered versions of Blue (1971) and the three albums that came before it: Song To A Seagull (1968), Clouds (1969), and Ladies Of The Canyon (1970). In the case of Song To A Seagull, the original mix has been recently updated by Mitchell and mixer Matt Lee. “The original mix was atrocious,” says Mitchell. “It sounded like it was recorded under a jello bowl, so I fixed it!”

THE REPRISE ALBUMS (1968-1971) will be available on June 25 in 4-CD and 4-LP 180-gram vinyl (Limited Editions) versions,

The cover art for THE REPRISE ALBUMS (1968-1971) features a previously unseen self-portrait Mitchell sketched during the time period. The collection also includes an essay by Grammy winning singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile, another artist who’s been influenced greatly by Mitchell. She writes: “In my opinion Blue is the greatest album ever made. Blue didn’t make me a better songwriter. Blue made me a better woman… No matter what we are dealing with in these times we can rejoice and know that of all the ages we could have lived through, we lived in the time of Joni Mitchell.”

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