Old Schoolin’: The top debut outside the top 10 this week is back-dated on a number of accounts. Marc Cohn’s Saguaro Road album “Listening Booth: 1970” enters at No. 28, with 12,000 sold. Cohn’s new set finds the 1992 winner of the best new artist Grammy essaying hits of the album’s titular year by Van Morrison, Cat Stevens, Bread, the Grateful Dead and others. And if you remember what a listening booth was, you’re probably as back-dated as those tunes!
Soundtracking: Some fans of the bestseller “Eat, Pray, Love” are already panting for the movie version starring Julia Roberts: Though the pic doesn’t open until Aug. 13, the soundtrack album — with tracks by Marvin Gaye, Neil Young, Sly Stone and Kenny Burrell, among others — enters at No. 43 this week with sales of 9,500. Taking the very next chart slot is Hans Zimmer and Johnny Marr’s “Inception” soundtrack, which moves up nine rungs from No. 53 to No. 44 with 9,200 sold.