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FLGH favorites of midyear 2011

A bunch of 88.1 KDHX DJs have put together top 10 lists of their favorite albums at the midyear point of 2011. Check them out here:

Midyear 2011: 88.1 KDHX DJ top 10 albums

And here's my list. Would love to know what your favorite releases are so far this year. Chime in and discuss!

Roy

Feel Like Going Home Midyear 2011 Top 10 Albums

Charles Bradley - No Time For Dreaming (Dunham)
Centro-matic - Candidate Waltz (Undertow)
The Decemberists - The King is Dead (Capitol)
Fleet Foxes - Helplessness Blues (Sub Pop)
Kyp Harness - Resurrection Gold (Self-Released)
Emmylou Harris - Hard Bargain (Nonesuch)
Booker T. Jones - The Road From Memphis (Anti-)
Sloan - The Double Cross (Yep Roc)
Paul Simon - So Beautiful or So What (Hear Music)
Abigail Washburn - City of Refuge (Rounder)

Discussion started by Roy Kasten , on 1365 days ago
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Roy Kasten
Hey Mike. That MMJ record is starting to sink in. It took a little while. I love the title track to the Hayes record but for some reason the rest hasn't stuck. But great picks. I think I've underrated the BJL record, for sure.

Keith: If I didn't have a girlfriend and if Ms. Washburn didn't have Mr. Fleck, I would move to her city of refuge.
1353 days ago
 
Mike Hopkins
My Morning Jacket - Circuital
Hayes Carll - Kmag Yoyo
Decemberists - King Is Dead
Black Joe Lewis - Scandalous
1361 days ago
 
Keith Dudding
LONESOME WHISTLE by The Roys. ; )

CITY OF REFUGE by Abigail Washburn is a beautiful musical mosaic.
1365 days ago
 

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