By Jerry Shriver, USA TODAY
There's a Part 1 and a Part 2 of this sweaty plea from the new Got to Get Back! album. Among intriguing listening: Mambo #5, Paul McCartney's Maybe I'm Amazed, Neil Young's Grey Riders.
PICK OF THE WEEK
Got to Get Back (To My Baby), The Bo-Keys
There's a Part 1 and a Part 2 of this sweaty plea from the new Got to Get Back! album by the Memphis studio vets. Otis Clay offers guest vocals here; elsewhere, Percy Wiggins and William Bell do the honors. And the Bo-Keys play the perfect hosts for these overlooked dynamos from soul's golden era.
USA TODAY's music critic Jerry Shriver highlights 10 intriguing tracks found during the week's listening.
Mambo #5, Fruko Y Sus Tesos
Put on this hip-swiveling track from Putumayo's Rumba Mambo Cha-Cha-Cha at your next backyard grill-a-thong and watch the sizzle.
Maybe I'm Amazed, Paul McCartney
Sir Paul's post-Beatles albums are getting the deluxe/remastered treatment; McCartney adds this live nugget from 1979.
She Loves You, Jonathan Edwards
Yeah, yeah, yeah, the '70s Sunshine guy returns after 14 years with a tender take on the Fab Four's classic, on My Love Will Keep.
My Town Has Moved Away, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings
Guest Pam Tillis fronts the roots trio on this lament from the new Kings and Queens.
Grey Riders, Neil Young & the International Harvesters
Neil's gone country on this 1985 track from the live A Treasure, out today, but a rock fury still rages here.
Man in the Middle, Black Country Communion
Rehashed Zeppelin/Deep Purple is still digestible hash.
I Ain't Going Nowhere, Thelma Houston
Motown's short-lived Mowest label of the '70s could have used more tracks like this.
Little Lie, Lindi Ortega
Though Toronto-based, Ortega radiates rowdy, rootsy Americana on this track from her new Little Red Boots.
King Tubby Meets the Rockers Uptown, Monty Alexander Harlem-Kingston Express
Jazz, reggae and rock collide, and then joyfully mesh, on this track from their new Live! album.
All I Found, Debbie Davies
This slow burner from the blues vocalist is a highlight of the Tommy Castro Presents the Legendary Rhythm & Blues Revue Live!