Here's a big ol' batch of new music to check out this weekend, including records from some of the all time greats as well as strong young talent.
Jessie Ware - Tough Love
The British singer's 2012 debut was one of the year's best albums.
Thurston Moore - The Next Day
The former Sonic Youth frontman releases his first solo album since the end of his band and his marriage.
Aretha Franklin - Sings the Great Diva Classics
The Queen of Soul tackles tunes from Adele, Gloria Gaynor, Sinead O'Connor and more.
Billy Idol - Kings & Queens
The first album from the iconic rocker in eight years sadly doesn't feature a cover of the Aerosmith song of the same name (via the Guardian).
Primus & the Chocolate Factory
The original Primus lineup reunites to pay homage to 1971 movie.
Neil Diamond - Melody Road
The masterful showman who increasingly looks like The Last Crusade-era Sean Connery returns with his first album in four years.
Mark Lanegan Band - Phantom Radio
The former Screaming Trees frontman with the most distinct voice this side of Tom Waits is back (via Stereogum).