Category Archives: CDs

Oldies but goodies – Recently donated music CDs!

Due to budget constraints and higher demands for other materials, our library doesn’t purchase new music CDs very often. In fact, the majority of music we receive is donated by patrons like you! Here’s some brand new-to-us selection that will be hitting our shelves pretty soon:

The Very Best of Aretha Franklin, Vol. 2
Aretha Franklin – Throughout the Storm
Aretha Franklin – What You See is What You Sweat
Classic Elton John
Elton John – Sleeping with the Past
The Judds – Collector’s Series
The Judds – Wynonna & Naomi
Wynonna Judd – Tell Me Why
The World of Little Richard – Long Tall Sally
Little Richard – Golden Hits
Reba McEntire – Greatest Hits
Reba McEntire – It’s Your Call
Reba McEntire – Forever in Your Eyes
John Cougar
Pointer Sisters – Serious Slammin’
Pointer Sisters – Contact
Pointer Sisters – Hot Together
Rod Stewart – the Rock Album
Rod Steward – Every Picture Tells a Story
Pam Tillis – Sweetheart’s Dance
Pam Tillis – Every Time
Tanya Tucker – Tennessee Woman
Tanya Tucker – Greatest Hits
Tina Turner – Greatest Hits
Shri Anandi Ma & Dileepji – Peace Mantras: Sacred Chants From India
Bachman-Turner Overdrive – You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet
Cher – Half Breed
Charlie Daniels – Listen Up!
The Coasters – 16 Greatest Hits
Eagles – Hell Freezes Over
Gloria Estefan & Miama Sound Machine – Let It Loose
Melissa Etheridge – Brave and Crazy
Jose Feliciano – Steppin’ Out
Janie Frickie – Black & White
That Gatlin Brothers – Partners
Vince Gill – I Still Believe in You
Annie Lennox – Medua
Neil Young – Landing on Water
Neil Young – After the Gold Rush
Journey – Departure
Hank Williams Sr. & Hank Williams Jr. – Their Greatest Hits
Whitesnake – Trouble
Barry White – the Icon is Love
Luther Vandross – Never Let Me Go
Shania Twain
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band – Against the Wind
The Best of Ike & Tina Turner
Tina Turner – What’s Love Got to Do With It
Anita Baker – Rhythm of Love
Steely Dan – The Royal Scam
Leann Rimes – Blue
Poison – Open Up and Say…Ahh!
Stevie Nicks – Street Angel
Tim McGraw – Not a Moment Too Soon
Kathy Mattea – Time Passes By
Celine Dion – Let’s Talk About Love
Celine Dion – Unison
Natalie Cole – I’ve Got Love on My Mind
The Yardbirds – Heart Full of Soul and Other Hits
Yanni – Live at the Acropolis
Patsy Cline/Loretta Lynn – Just A Closer Walk with Thee
Patsy Cline – 12 Greatest Hits
The Legendary Patsy Cline
The Garth Brooks Collection
Garth Brooks – In Pieces
James Brown – Golden Hits
James Brown – Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag
Clint Black – One Emotion
Clint Black

Music CDs for tweens and teens

Donated:
 Hilary Duff- Metamorphosis
Hilary Duff- The Lizzie McGuire Movie soundtrack
The Cheetah Girls- One World
The Cheetah Girls- 2
Jonas Brothers- JB
Jonas Brothers- A Little Bit Longer
Aly & AJ- Acoustic Hearts of Winter
Aly & AJ- Insomniatic
Hannah Montana- TV soundtrack
Hannah Montana 2
Alvin and the Chipmunks- soundtrack
Vanessa Hudgens- V
Barbie Hit Mix
Spectacular- soundtrack
Kidz Bop 10
Kidz Bop 14
Enchanted- soundtrack
Disney Mania 5
Jump In
Ashley Tisdale- Headstrong
Jordan Pruitt- No Ordinary Girl

posted by JennyB

Forget the radio for your commute…try out a (NEW) book on CD!

I’m a neophyte to the audio book world, but I’ve absolutely fallen in love. Based on a recommendation, I checked out the first Artemis Fowl audiobook from our library, and began listening on my 40 minute commute into work. It was amazing! Listening to an audiobook, especially one with an excellent narrator, makes the time I spend driving go by so much faster (and is much safer than talking on a cellphone!).  As the story progressed, I found I was so caught up in the plot that it became harder to get out of my car once I arrived at work! I also started listening to a downloaded version on my mp3 player while at the grocery store. Thanks to audio books,  the stressful aspects of my day was transformed into something entirely different.
Our library has a wide variety of books on CD available, come by and look at the selection. Here are some of the newest titles available, place your holds today!

Dancing in the Dark: A Cultural History of the Great Depression
The Vertical Farm: Feeding the World in the 21st Century
Rival Rails: The Race to Build America’s Greatest Transcontinental Railroad
The Amazing Story of Quantum Mechanics: A Math Free Exploration of the Science that Made Our World
Nelson Mandela: Conversations with Myself
On The Edge of Survival: A Shipwreck, A Raging Storm, and the Harrowing Alaskan Rescue That Became A Legend
Betty White: Here We Go Again
Fresh Air with Terry Gross: Just for Laughs
The Mob and Me: Wiseguys and the Witness Protection Program
Bound: A Novel
Composing a Further Life: The Age of Active Wisdom
Don’t Vote: It Just Encourages the Bastards
At Home: A Short History of Private Life

~Courtney

Diane’s 2008 Favorites

Books that made me neglect housework:

athena

Stealing Athena by Karen Essex

jalna

The Building of Jalna by Mazo De La Roche

Favorite Read-a-Louds to my kiddos:

juniper

Juniper/Wise Child/Colman by Monica Furlong- A wonderful fantasy trilogy by a fascinating woman (mostly known for the religious biographies she wrote).

farmerb

Farmer Boy by Laura Ingalls Wilder- an old favorite that we love to read every winter. The descriptions of Almanzo’s love of food rival Babette’s Feast.

hugo

The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznik- Words and drawings tell the tale of an orphan boy in Paris living in the walls of a train station. A giant book, but easily read in a day or two.


CD’s:

snack

Snack Time by the Bare Naked Ladies- Extremely catchy and witty kids’ music.

Latin Playground by various artists

More later, when I remember them. 🙂

~Diane