New Music Friday, Nov. 25, 2022

New Music Friday on The High Note

It’s Black Friday and it’s also New Music Friday. Despite a heavy turkey hangover, The High Note is here with all the new albums released today, Friday, Nov. 25, 2022.

For fans of Thanksgiving, you probably like leftovers and the music world also has its fair share this Thanksgiving season with “Divine Symmetry” by David Bowie, The Doors “Paris Blue” and Elvis Costello and The Imposters – “The Boy Named If (Alive at Memphis Magnetic).”

The Bowie album is an accompaniment to “Hunky Dory,”  The Doors album is the last-known unissued studio recording from the band and Elvis Costello’s is a companion to “The Boy Named If” released earlier this year.

One of my favorite British rappers Stormzy released his third album “This Is What I Mean” today and soul jazz band Hieroglyphic Being is out with “There Is No Acid in This House.”

Also, today is Record Store Day Black Friday so maybe check out your local shop to see what special releases they may have.

As always, the entire list of new albums released today, Friday, November 25, 2022 is below today in no particular order. My most anticipated albums are in bold.

Let me know what you’re listening to in the comments below and on social media @highnoteblog.

New Album Releases – Friday, November 25, 2022

Andy Bell – Untitled Film Stills EP
Cliff Richard – Christmas with Cliff
David Bowie – Divine Symmetry
The Doors – Paris Blues
Elder – Innate Passage
Elvis Costello and The Imposters – The Boy Named If (Alive at Memphis Magnetic)
Jamie Lenman – The Atheist
Jimmy Barnes – Blue Christmas
Leather – We Are the Chosen
Marcel Dettmann – Fear of Programming
Mauro Remiddi – Moonbird
The Smith Street Band – Life After Football
Stormzy – This Is What I Mean
Waajeed – Memoirs of Hi-Tech Jazz
High Command – Eclipse Of The Dual Moons
G Jones – Illusory Tracks
Royal Flush – Splash of Royality
Downriver Dead Men Go – Ruins
Hieroglyphic Being – There Is No Acid in This House