New music now available at the library! Request it today!

Check out our New Music CDs!

As nature's fall colors become plentiful, so too has the San Jose Public Library's music collection! With new titles arriving every day, you have a plethora of new and exciting music to choose from, including new titles from hit artists like Lady Gaga, Panic at the Disco!, Paul McCartney, Cher, Shawn Mendes, Ariana Grande, and many more.

Now you can place CDs on hold!

To help make your experience easier, SJPL is now allowing you to place holds on ALL music CDs in our collection.  Patrons can now request any music CD in the SJPL collection -- in any available language-- from the comforts of their own home, or on the go via their favorite mobile devices.  Patrons also can place holds on specific CDs in person from any library branch.

Music is a great way to explore your world via new and treasured sounds...

Visit our catalog or an SJPL neighborhood library, and explore our music collection today!

Here's a little taste of some recommendations of hot new music CDs now available at SJPL:

High As Hope Florence and the MachineAstroworld Travis ScottEgypt Station Paul McCartneyCamilaA Star is Born SoundtrackBohemian Rhapsody Soundtrack

written by Paul Wilson

Comments

Thanks for the update! It is easier for me to search the Library catalog than it is to look through all of the options on the shelves. Holds, requests, transfers, and a short wait and the library employees will have the materials in your hands. I understand why you went to the unbreakable cases but with new releases why aren't the booklets enclosed so we can read about the music, movies, and everything else? I just signed up for Hoopla Digital, too! Easy and free and online renewals for all library resources that we borrowed.

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