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Best Songs of 2016

Posted January 3, 2017 By admin

Adam Green- Never Lift A Finger
Amanda Shires- I Know What It’s Like
Amos Lee- Vaporize
Anderson .Paak- The Bird
Anoushka Shankar- Boat To Nowhere
Benjamin Francis Leftwich- Just Breathe
Bob Dylan- Melancholy Mood
Brent Cobb- South Of Atlanta
Carrie Rodriguez- La Ultima Vez
Charles Bradley- You Think I Don’t Know (But I Know)
Daniel Romano- (Gone Is) But A Quarry Of Stone
Dessa- Quinine
Gavin DeGraw- Harder To Believe
Haley Bonar- I Can Change
Haley Greene- Two Trees In The Dark
Haroula Rose- Songbird
Hayes Carll- Drive
John Mayer- Love On The Weekend
John Prine- Falling In Love Again
JoJo- Mad Love
Leonard Cohen- Treaty
Lisa Hannigan-Fall
Loretta Lynn- Everything It Takes (ft. Elvis Costello)
Luke Winslow King- Heartsick Blues
Matt Andersen-Last Surrender
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats- How To Make Friends
Neema- For You (ft. Emmylou Harris)
Norah Jones- Carry On
Pete Yorn- Lost Weekend
Peter Doherty- Flags From The Old Regime
Pigeon John- (You Gotta) Fight For Your Right To Party
Post Malone- Deja Vu (ft. Justin Bieber)
Rachael Yamagata- Over
Regina Spektor- Black & White
Romantica-Blue Heart
Sarah Jarosz- Green Lights
Scott Orr- Still Waiting
Shannon LaBrie- Took My Whole Life
Sharon Van Etten- Not Myself
Shooter Jennings- The Neverending Story (ft. Brandi Carlile)
Sivert Høyem- Fool To Your Crown
Springtime Carnivore- Under The Spell
Tara Beier- Summer Rain
The Boxmasters- People Move On
The Cactus Blossoms- Powder Blue
The Pines- Aerial Ocean
Tom Odell- Here I Am
Tori Vasquez- Wear You Thin
Water & Sand- All I Wanna Do
Wet- Don’t Wanna Be Your Girl

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Top 15 Albums Of 2009

Posted December 22, 2009 By admin

Well, 2009 is coming to a close and it’s about that time to review the top albums of the year. This was a really good year for music in my opinion, so it forced me to expand the list from the normal 10 I do to 15 albums.

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15. Gavin DeGraw- Free

14. Regina Spektor- Far

13. Coconut Records- Davy

12.  Anthony da Costa – Not Afraid of Nothing

11. Colbie Caillat – Breakthrough

10. Brother Ali – The Truth Is Here

9. Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson – Break Up

8. Bobby Bare Jr. – The American Bread EP

7. Pete Yorn – Back & Fourth

6. Brother Ali – Us

5. CocoRosie – Coconuts, Plenty of Junk Food

4. John Mayer – Battle Studies

3. Bob Dylan – Together Through Life

2. Ben Kweller – Changing Horses

1. Paolo Nutini – Sunny Side Up

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Gavin DeGraw- Free

Posted November 17, 2009 By admin

Free follows Gavin DeGraw’s eponymous second album by less than a year — a quick turnaround by any standard, but its swiftness is shocking considering that it took him half a decade to deliver a follow-up to his 2003 debut, Chariot. Free feels as if it were recorded quickly: it weighs in at a mere nine songs, including a reworking of the previous album’s “Young Love” and a cover of Chris Whitley’sIndian Summer,” bringing the total of new tunes to an EP-length seven songs, every one given a treatment that’s decidedly looser and smaller in scale than the slick, overworked Gavin DeGraw. Such intimacy suits DeGraw’s new songs, which tend to be ruminative, but this subdued setting also shows the seams in his writing and performance, whether it’s his adoption of a mush-mouthed, bluesy growl for “Indian Summer” or how he stitches together clichés and naiveté on the spartan closer, “Why Do the Men Stray.” But between these two bookends is the most consistent music DeGraw has yet made — yes, he could use at least one hook as big as “I Don’t Wanna Be,” but Free manages to flow easily and warmly, something that couldn’t quite be said of the blue-eyed soul bluster of his first two albums.

  • Indian Summer
  • Lover Be Strong
  • Stay

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