New releases for March 30, 2010: "Sherlock Holmes," Alan Jackson, and a chance to win Usher's new CD
Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law’s entertaining and action-packed cinematic take on “Sherlock Holmes” is new to DVD today, along with the Oscar-nominated film “An Education.”
Among the new CDs this week are hip-hop star Usher’s “Raymond v. Raymond,” country stalwart Alan Jackson’s “Freight Train” and Barenaked Ladies’ “All in Good Time,” the first album for the Canadian band since the departure of founding member Steve Page.
My colleague Tim Henley is giving away a copy of “Raymond vs. Raymond” Friday on his Celebrity Gossip blog. Find out how you can enter the contest by clicking here.
In other music and movie news, Tulsa band Stars Go Dim are featured on the soundtrack to the upcoming film “Letters to God,” out today. Based on a true story about a young cancer patient writing letters to God, the film opens April 9. Stars Go Dim contributed their song “Come Around” to the soundtrack.
On the bookshelves, foodies have several new titles to choose from, “Atonement” author Ian McEwan has a new novel out, and there’s a promising title for frazzled super-moms like me: “Just Let Me Lie Down: Necessary Terms for the Half-Insane Working Mom.”
Here is a list of the week’s new CDs, DVDs and books, from Amazon.com, VideoETA.com and The Oklahoman’s Renee Lawrence:
Usher, “Raymond v. Raymond.”
Alan Jackson, “Freight Train.”
Barenaked Ladies, “All In Good Time.”
Erykah Badu, “New Amerykah Part Two: Return of the Ankh.”
Amy Grant, “Somewhere Down the Road.”
Gretchen Wilson, “I Got Your Country Right Here.”
Original cast recording, “Memphis: A New Musical.”
Lady GaGa featuring Beyonce, “Telephone: The Remixes” (EP).
Various artists, “Letters to God Soundtrack.”
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