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Some Notable Songs of 2010

You might have seen my list of 2010 best albums. But, wait, why stop there? Here are some really noteworthy songs I heard in 2010 not contained in the albums detailed previously. Once again, I'm barely scratching the surface here......

Bettye Lavette  “Salt of the Earth” from Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook(Anti 2010)
Bettie Serveert “Souls Travel” from Pharmacy of Love (Palomine / Second Motion 2010)
Los Lobos “On Main Street” from Tin Can Trust (Shout Factory 2010)
Dr. John & The Lower 911 “Big Gap” from Tribal (429 2010)
Best Coast “Crazy for You” CD ALBUM (Mexican Summer)
Betty & The Werewolves “Paper Thin” from Teatime Favourites (Damaged Goods 2010)
Best Coast “Summer Mood” from Crazy for You  (Mexican Summer 2010)
Betty and the Werewolves “Should I Go To Glasgow?” from Tea Time Favourites (Damaged Goods 2010)
Tom Jones “If I Give My Soul” from Praise & Blame (Lost Highway 2010)
Bettie Serveert “Semaphore” from Pharmacy of Love (Palomine / Second Motion 2010)
The Burns Unit “You Need Me to Need This” from Side Show (Burns Unit 2010)
Fabienne Delsol “I Feel So Blue” from On My Mind (Damaged Goods 2010)
David Hidalgo & Louie Perez “Til the Hands Fall Off the Clock” from The Long Goodbye (Gonzolandia 2010)
Robert Plant “Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down” from Band Of Joy (Rounder www.rounder 2010)
Betty and the Werewolves “Euston Station” from Teatime Favourites (Damaged Goods 2010)
Elton John and Leon Russell “Gone to Shiloh” from The Union (Decca 2010)
The Greenhornes “Better Off Without It” from **** (Warner Brothers www.warnerbrosrecords.com 2010)
Trombone Shorty “On Your Way Down” from Backatown CD ALBUM (Verve Forecast 2010)
Fabienne Delsol “Ce Jour La” from On My Mind (Damaged Goods 2010)
Corinne Bailey Rae - The Blackest Lily - The Sea - Capitol
The Hotrats - (You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party!) - Turn Ons - Fat Possum
Patty Griffin - House of Gold - Downtown Church - Credential
Jeff Bridges - Hold On You - Crazy Heart ST - New West
Field Music - Terrapin - Mojo Presents The Madcap Laughs Again - Mojo
Gil Scott-Heron - I'm New Here - I'm New Here - XL Recordings
Holmes Brothers - I'll Be Back - Feed My Soul - Alligator
Laura Veirs - Carol Kaye - July Flame - Raven Marching Band
Theodore - Send My Love - Hold You Like A Lover - Moon Jaw
Devon Sproule - Don't Hurry for Heaven! - Don't Hurry for Heaven! - Tin Angel
Gil Scott-Heron - I'll Take Care Of You - I'm New Here - XL Recordings
Mose Allison - My Brain - The Way of the World - Anti-
Mose Allison - I'm Alright - The Way Of The World - Anti-
Tight Pants Syndrome - Telephone - Telephone single - Self
The Figgs - Casino Hayes - Casino Hayes / Another Point of View single - Peterwalkee
Solomon Burke - Oh What A Feeling - Nothing's Impossible - E1 Music
Jakob Dylan - Holy Rollers For Love - Women & Country - Columbia
Johnny Cash - Aloha Oe - American VI: Ain't No Grave - American
Solomon Burke - Nothing's Impossible - Nothing's Impossible - E1 Entertainment
Jakob Dylan - Nothing But The Whole Wide World - Women + Country - Columbia
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings - She Ain't A Child No More - I Learned The Hard Way - Daptone
Shelby Lynne - Alibi - Tears, Lies & Alibis - Everso
Shelby Lynne - Old #7 - Tears, Lies and Alibis - Everso
Tift Merritt - Mixtape - See You On The Moon - Fantasy
Dear Vincent - Crooked Jack - So Long Winter - Self
Susan Cowsill - Galveston - Lighthouse - Threadhead
Susan Cowsill - The Way That It Goes - Lighthouse - Threadhead
Vetiver - I Used To Be A King - Be Yourself: A Tribute To Graham Nash's Songs For Beginners - Grass Roots Records
The Figgs - Casino Hayes - The Man Who Fights Himself - Stomper
Dirty Projectors - I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine - Levi's Pioneer Sessions 2010 Revival Recordings - levispioneersessions.com
The Like - In The End - Release Me - Downtown/Geffen
The Like - Wishing He Was Dead - Release Me - Geffen

Discussion started by John Wendland , on 1465 days ago
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Roy Kasten
So there's a lot on here I have heard, and many more I haven't. A grand list.
1465 days ago
 

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