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2014 Will Love You ‘Til The Record Stops: 30 -21


Time is just, like, arbitrary man. Some months have thirty-one days and some don’t. What is that? Plus leap years and leap days and holy cow! What’s even going on with time? At the very least, we all buy into this concept and view our lives accordingly. Since we are all on this  one system, for the most part, one result is a joint recognition that something is starting or something is ending.

And so, this year ends.

And with the year ending, we look back on twelve months for their weight and worth. There was news and celebration and despair and entertainment and death and laughter and et cetera, et cetera.

Partly, we have rebelled against this yearly notion. There was much hemming and hawing over the song of the summer for example (it was “Fancy” obviously) because the song underwhelmed their sensibilities. Some things aren’t for you, but there are always other things for you.

Some music was disappointing, some was enlightening, some was thrilling, some was soothing, some was painful, some was difficult, some was beautiful, some was ugly and etcetera, et cetera. No list is definitive. Our memories suffer from time passing, hype passing, lives changing, contexts shifting, and ignorance of everything going on in music. I mean, D’Angelo has a new album out. We drop balls and celebrate and assume that propels us to a new year. Things sort of just start and end. It is not good, it is not bad. It is how it is! TO THE LIST

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2011 Hates To Have To Crash Your Wedding. . . : Favorite Albums 10-1

Ten more albums! The future! Let us get to it!

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Favorite Albums of 2009 Anno Domini II: 10-1

Part 2! Whoo! Part Twoooooooooo’s coming up, so you better get this party started! There’s been some fall-out from the first ten albums that I would like to address. Apparently, the last set was “tearing [BROOKE!] apart.” That is not a good outcome. I do not mean to tear people (especially BROOKE!) apart. Instead, I offer this list as a set of recommendations and a way to foster discussion about the musical year 2009. However, I do see the frustration since I flaked and decided not to make the hard decisions and do a top ten list.  What comes next, though, IS a top ten list! Hooray!

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