The Tonight Show with Jay Leno hosts PJ Harvey Wednesday and The Shins Thursday. The Late Show with David Letterman welcomes Missy Elliott Wednesday, Norah Jones Thursday and Alicia Keys Monday. Late Night with Conan O'Brien boasts Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead Wednesday and Motion City Soundtrack Thursday. Jimmy Kimmel Live cuddles up with Coheed and Cambia on Thursday. And The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson presents The Who's Roger Daltrey on Tuesday.
New Releases Coming Tuesday
Babyshambles Up the Shambles: Live In Manchester (Eagle Rock) DVD filmed in 2004, with guest Dot Allison of One Dove; Lurrie Bell Let's Talk About Love (Aria B.G. Records) tasty guitar work from the Chicago bluesman, featuring a cover of Willie Dixon's "Earthquake and Hurricane"; Boys Like Girls - Boys Like Girls: Deluxe Edition (Columbia) expanded reissue featuring an AOL Sessions cover of Frou Frou's "Let Go" and an acoustic take on "Hero/Heroine"; Boyz II Men Motown: A Journey Through Hitsville USA (Decca) all-covers tribute featuring an a cappella rendition of Stevie Wonder's "Ribbon In the Sky"; The Dillinger Escape Plan Ire Works (Relapse) with new drummer Gil Sharone and hot off tour with A Life Once Lost and Genghis Tron; The Doors Perception (Rhino) 12-CD box set in audiophile-friendly 5.1 Surround Sound; Duran Duran Red Carpet Massacre (Epic) long awaited return featuring material co-written with Justin Timberlake and Timbaland; Easy Star All-Stars Radiodread (Easy Star) reissue of this dynamite "Radiohead meets Dub" cover project from last year, now available in a colored vinyl two-LP set with two new remixes by Mad Professor; Ana Egge Lazy Days (Grace/Parkinsong) backed by two members of the Lounge Lizards, 10 interesting covers receive her folksy interpretation, including selections by The Kinks, Sandy Denny, Harry Nilsson, Gene Autry, The Zombies and Arcade Fire; Stace England & the Salt Kings - Salt Sex Slaves (Rankoutsider) with guest twang from Jason & the Scorchers' Jason Ringenberg, this Folk-Boogie opus tells the tale of slaves, a kidnapping and the production of -- and desire for -- salt in olden days Illinois; Aretha Franklin Jewels In the Crown: All-Star Duets with the Queen (Arista) with George Benson, George Michael, Mariah Carey, John Legend, Mary J. Blige, Fantasia and Keith Richards; David Gray Greatest Hits (ATO) featuring two new songs; Hellyeah Below the Belt (Epic) live concert DVD featuring bonus studio footage, interviews and music videos; The Hives The Black and White Album (Interscope) with knob twisting by Jacknife Lee, Timbaland and The Neptunes; Alicia Keys As I Am (J Records) with guest John Mayer, also available with a bonus DVD; The Killers Sawdust (Island) B-sides collection with guest Lou Reed on "Tranquilize," a cover of Joy Division's "Shadowplay" and a new Christmas single, "Don't Shoot Me Santa"; LCD Soundsystem 45:33 (EMI) previously only available as a download, this physical release of the Nike-commissioned heart-pumping "athletic mix" CD features bonus B-sides; Led Zeppelin Mothership (Atlantic/Rhino) two-CD greatest hits package, also available in a four-LP vinyl set and a "deluxe" edition featuring a bonus DVD of rare footage from their legendary concerts at the Royal Albert Hall, Madison Square Garden, Earls Court and Knebworth; Margot At the Wedding original motion picture soundtrack (Lakeshore) with music by Steve Forbert, Blondie, Stephen Bishop, Alice Cooper and Jack Black; Nelly Brass Knuckles (Universal) with guests Lil Wayne and Pimp C; Os Mutantes Mutantes Live: Barbican Theater, London (Luaka Bop) born alongside The Beatles in 1964, this two-CD or DVD documents the godfathers of Brazilian psychedelia reuniting last year with special guest Devendra Banhart; Primes Facades and Pink Forms (Postfact Records) bristling, chirping bleep-blop beats from Vancouver; Queensryche Take Cover (Rhino) all covers project highlighted by their metallic stab at U2's "Bullet the Blue Sky," Pink Floyd's "Welcome To the Machine" and Black Sabbath's "Neon Knights"; Shaggy Intoxication (Big Yard/VP Records) with guests Mischieve, Collie Budz and Akon; The Silver Seas High Society (Cheap Lullaby) in between Ron Sexton, Prefab Sprout and Jellyfish, this Nashville quartet effortlessly spins gentle daydream Pop that feels like an old friend; Streetlight Manifesto Somewhere In the Between (Victory) featuring former members of Catch 22 and One Cool Guy; James Taylor One Man Band (Hear Music) CD and DVD set; "Little" Louie Vega Back In the Box (NRK Music) two CDs of personally selected dancefloor faves from the DJ's special crate of House classics; Wire Read & Burn 03 (Pink Flag) all new, four-song CD EP; Various Artists - Psychopathics from Outer Space: Part 3 (Psychopathic) Area 51 meets juggalos, featuring new tracks from Insane Clown Posse, Blaze, Boondocks and Twiztid.