Lazy-i Best of 2010 Sampler
Better late than never. I almost didn't get around to putting together this year's CD at all. Almost. It's been a hectic holiday season, for all of us. So what better way to "unwind" and reflect on the past year than to listen to this annual "best of the best" collection of bands and music that I've stumbled across as part of my critic chores at The Reader and lazy-i.com? Well, I can't think of a better way. As has been the case for the past 10 years, a tip o' the hat goes to designer/artist extraordinaire Donovan Beery at Eleven19.com for the marvelous CD package design.
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Here's a track list:
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists - "Bottled in Cork " from Brutalist Bricks (Matador)
Jenny and Johnny - "My Pet Snakes " from their self-titled debut (Merge)
Tim Kasher -- "I'm Afraid I'm Gonna Die Here " from The Game of Monogamy
Arcade Fire - "We Used to Wait" from The Suburbs (Merge)
The National - "England" from High Violet (4AD)
Sally Seltmann - "Dark Blue Angel " from Heart That's Pounding (Arts & Crafts)
The Black Keys - "Sinister Kid " from Brothers (Nonesuch)
Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings - "I Learned the Hard Way " from I Learned the Hard Way (Daptone)
Belle & Sebastian - "Little Lou, Ugly Jack, Prophet John" from Write About Love (Matador)
Land of Talk - "Quarry Hymns" from Cloak and Cipher (Saddle Creek)
A Weather - "No Big Hope" from Everyday Balloons
Hot Chip - "One Life Stand " from One Life Stand (EMI)
Azure Ray - "Don't Leave My Mind " from Drawing Down the Moon (Saddle Creek)
Zeus - "Fever of the Time" from Say Us (Arts & Crafts)
It's True - "Honestly" from the self-titled album (self-released)
Perfume Genius - "Mr. Petersen" from Learning
The Mynabirds - "Numbers Don't Lie" from What We Lose in the Fire We Gain in the Flood
Titus Andronicus - "Four Score and Seven" from The Monitor
Posted Dec. 29, 2010. Copyright 2010 Tim McMahan.
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