November's class of new albums may be small, but it's varied: debuts, greatest hits, tributes and a wildly anticipated return.

The first week of the month brings three releases: First, the deluxe, Cracker Barrel-only version of Neal McCoy's 2013 disc 'Pride: a Tribute to Charley Pride' comes out on Nov. 3. The following day (Nov. 4), the Doobie Brothers premiere their 'Southbound' country tribute album -- see a sneak peek of their 'Black Water' session with the Zac Brown Band here -- and newcomers Maddie & Tae offer up their self-titled debut EP.

On Nov. 10, ZBB release an album of their own: 'Greatest Hits So Far ...,' featuring 14 of their most popular tunes. And, of course, you know by now that Garth Brooks will debut 'Man Against Machine,' his first new release in 13 years, on Nov. 11. But not to be outdone, his wife Trisha Yearwood has a disc of her own coming out on Nov. 17; 'PrizeFighter: Hit After Hit' includes 10 of the songstress' biggest songs and six new tracks.

Which new release are you most looking forward to? Vote as often as once an hour through Oct. 31, and we’ll feature the winner as The Boot’s November Album of the Month.