10-in-10 CD reviews

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Each Friday, we bring you 10 reviews of recently released CDs done in 10 words each:

Bill Callahan Sometimes I Wish We Were An Eagle — Folkster trying too hard to be more than he is.

Marianne Faithfull Easy Come Easy Go — Songstress’s 22nd album is full of unexpected covers and guests.

Fall From Grace Sifting Through the Wreckage — Band able to walk line between punk, screamo and hardcore.

Nat King Cole Re:Generations — Cole’s songs get new production, vocals by variety of guests.

Buddy & Julie Miller Written in Chalk — Guests on country couple’s latest include Robert Plant, Emmylou Harris.

The Youngers Heritage — John Carter Cash produces, and guests on, roots-rockers’ latest.

Heart of God Change — Religious, inspirational music from Creflo A. Dollar. Yep, I’m serious.

Heartless Bastards The Mountain — Sleepy alt-country reminds me of a female-fronted Wilco.

Swervedriver Mezcal Head — Reissue hits shelves simultaneously with frontman’s solo disc, Spent Bullets.

Adam Franklin Spent Bullets — Former Swervedriver singer goes more of a pop-rock route.

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