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Down Yonder Top 10 Albums of 2010

Here's my Top 10 releases for 2010 in alphabetical order:

The Carolina Chocolate Drops, Genuine Negro Jig (Nonesuch)
The Chapmans, Grown Up: A Revisionist History (Compass)
Chris Hillman & Herb Pedersen, At Edwards Barn (Rounder)
The Farewell Drifters, Things That Fly (Thirty Tigers)
The Grascals, The Famous Lefty Flynn's (Rounder)
The Hartford Stringband, Memories of John (Red Clay/Compass)
The Infamous Stringdusters, Things That Fly (Sugar Hill)
Junior Sisk and Ramblers Choice, Heartaches and Dreams (Rebel)
The Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band, Legacy
The Steeldrivers, best essay writing service Reckless (Rounder)

And, since this list is for the year 2010, here are ten more ... for 20-10!  (Get it?):

Big Country Bluesgrass, The Boys in Hats & Ties (Rebel)
Cadillac Sky, Letters in the Deep (Dualtone)Cumberland Gap, Dreams of Living (self-refleased)
Dierks Bentley, Up On The Ridge (Capitol)
The Hillbenders, Down To My Last Dollar (self-released)
The Honey Dewdrops, These Old Roots (self-released)
Joe Mullins The Radio Ramblers, Rambler's Call (Rebel)
Rich In Tradition, Blank Mountain Special (Mountain Roads)
The Punch Brothers, Anti-Fogmatic (Nonesuch)
Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen, Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen (Fiddlemon)
Various artists, Southern Filibuster: A Tribute to Tut Taylor (E1 Music)


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