Friday, January 1, 2016

On the Right Side of 2015

     I meant to put this up on Wed night, but my itunes was playing up (after I had to reinstall Windows on my computer). Anyway, I'm still working my way through some of the albums that I got this year, so I can't really name my definitive top ten albums of 2015 yet, but right now, I really like the Father John Misty and Rayland Baxter albums.  Here's to a great 2016, musically and otherwise.

Disc One

Seven Wonders Holly Golightly
Love Is Where It Is Robert Forster
The Last Pharaoh Dave Rawlings Machine
Boys Can Never Tell (feat. J. Roddy Walston) Shovels & Rope
Something Soon Car Seat Headrest
With Davey La Luz
Can't Keep Checking My Phone Unknown Mortal Orchestra
King Kunta Kendrick Lamar
Head Over Heels JD McPherson
Rio Grande Eilen Jewell
Old Lady Eleni Mandell
My Heart's Not In It Yo La Tengo
Don't Make It Easy Isobel Campbell
A Human Being Ryan Sambol
what's normal anyway Miguel
I Love You, Honeybear Father John Misty

Disc Two

Just Like Blood Sharon Van Etten
Grace Patrick Watson
Cheap Extensions Sonny and The Sunsets
Depreston Courtney Barnett
Nobody Knows My Trouble Ryan Bingham
Fond Farewell Seth Avett and Jessica Lea Mayfield
The High Road Ryley Walker
Lungs Jessie Baylin
An Incident Off St. Kitt's Mekons and Robbie Fulks
Malukayi (feat. Konono No. 1) Mbongwana Star
My Armour Kathryn Calder
Our Way Free Mac McCaughan
Shoegaze Alabama Shakes
Shine Leon Bridges
Your Love Rayland Baxter
Let Me Sleep (At The End Of A Dream) Daniel Romano


Jim said...

You have a dandy list here. Many of your choices match my own and a few are new to me. Thank you for all the fine compilations during the past year. Good job and best wishes for 2016!

zephyr said...

Happy New Year to you Ishka I don't know many of these artists but being a new year I can update my music likes lol,thank you for posting them

Ishkabibliophile said...

Twas another good year for music (if not quite as good as last year). Have a great 2016 as well (and hope you like the stuff that wasn't on your year's best.


Quite welcome! And a very happy new year to you as well!