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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES & APPLE MUSIC

Seven new arrivals occupy the top seven slots at iTunes albums this Flipover Friday, led by the 10th studio album by Jason Aldean.

Aldean’s Georgia (Macon/BBR) leads, with the debut from Anne Wilson, My Jesus (Sparrow/Capitol CMG) at #2 and Bonnie Raitt’s first album in six years, Just Like That… (Red Wing), at #3.

Pusha T’s It’s Almost Dry (GOOD/Def Jam), #4 in sales, is the lone title in the Top 7 that’s also in the Top 30 at Apple Music. Roc Nation’s blues-rock band Dorothy is #5 with Gifts From the Holy Ghost, while the sixth album from Sydney’s Northlane, Obsidian (Believe), pops in at #6.

Taj Mahal & Ry Cooder, who worked together six decades ago as The Rising Sons, reunite for Get on Board (Perro Verde/Nonesuch), a collection of blues songs by Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee that’s at #7. Fontaines D.C.’s third album, Skinty Fia (Partisan), is #10.

At iTunes songs, the cast of This Is Us f/Mandy Moore hit #3 with a tune from their final season, “The Forever Now” (20th Century).

Mr. Crawford, who’s signed to NBA YoungBoy’s Never Broke Again Inc., has a mixtape called NoCap in the Top 5 at Apple Music.

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