Top Ranking Albums of May 2011

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Top Ranking Albums of May 2011

  1. Steve Earle – I’ll Never Get Out Of This World Alive [New West 2011]
  2. Stephen MarleyRevelation Part 1: The Root Of Life [Tuff Gong 2011]
  3. Tune-YardsW H O K I L L [4AD 2011]
  4. The Beastie BoysHot Sauce Committee Part Two [Capitol Records 2011]
  5. Mr. WilliamzLast Night EP [Necessary Mayhem 2011]
  6. Danger Mouse & Daniele LuppiRome [Capitol Records 2011]
  7. Daft Punk –  Tron: Legacy Reconfigured [Walt Disney Records 2011]
  8. Alison Krauss and Union StationPaper Airplane [New Rounder 2011]
  9. Snoop DoggDoggumentary [Priority Records/Capitol Records 2011]
  10. Ziggi RecadoZiggi Recado [VP Records 2011]
  11. Various Artists – Light and Shadow Riddim [The HandKart Market 2011]
  12. MobyLast Night [Mute Catalog 2011]
  13. Various ArtistsRagga Ragga Ragga 2011 [VP Records 2011]
  14. The Chemical BrothersHanna (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [Black Lot Music 2011]
  15. AtmosphereThe Family Sign [Rhymesayers 2011]
  16. Frankie PaulMost Wanted [Geensleeves 2011]
  17. Las RakasSoy Raka [2011]
  18. Denja & A Man Called PJ Cool Mon Cool [DenjaSounds 2011]
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Top Ranking Albums of May 2011

Top Ranking Albums of March 2011

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March 2011

    1. Johnny CashBootleg, Volume 2: From Memphis To Hollywood [Legacy/Columbia 2011]
    2. Paul Simon So Beautiful or So What [Hear Music/Concord Music Group 2011]
    3. Richie SpiceBook Of Job [VP Records 2011]
    4. Radiohead The King Of Limbs [thekingoflimbs.com 2011]
    5. R.E.M.Collapse Into Now [Warner Brothers 2011]
    6. Diplo and Various Artists –Riddimentary: Diplo Selects Greensleeves [Greensleeves 2011]
    7. TigerMost Wanted [VP Records 2011]
    8. AssassinMost Wanted [VP Records 2011]
    9. Robbie Robertson How To Become Clairvoyant[429 2011]
    10. Bob Marley & the WailersLive Forever: The Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, September 23, 1980[Axiom/Zion Records 2011]
    11. The Low Anthem Smart Flesh [Nonesuch 2011]
    12. TV on the Radio Nine Types of Light [Interscope 2011]
    13. Mumford & Sons – Sigh No More [Glassnote 2011]
    14. Peter Bjorn & John Gimme Some [Startime International 2011]
    15. Grupo Fantasma – El Existential [Nat Geo 2011]
    16. Adele 21 [XL/Columbia 2011]
    17. Smith Westerns Dye It Blond [Fat Possum 2011]
    18. Yuck Yuck [Fat Possum 2011]
    19. Nicole Atkins Mondo Amore [Razor & Tie 2011]
    20. Wye Oak Civilian [Merge 2011]
    21. Drive-By TruckersGo Go Boots [ATO 2011]
    22. Cowboy Junkies Demons [Latent 2011]
    23. Los Lonely Boys Rockpango [Lonely Tone 2011]
    24. Alexander Ebert Alexander [Community 2011]
    25. Wiz Khalifa Rolling Papers [Atlantic 2011]

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Riddimentary: Diplo Selects Greensleeves

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Top Ranking Albums of March 2011

The Best Albums of April 2010

The Best of Albums of April 2010

  1. GentlemanDiversity [Universal 2010]
  2. Lloyd Brown For Your Consideration [Cousins 2009]
  3. Various Artists – Broken Hearts and Dirty Windows: The Songs of John Prine [Oh Boy Records 2010]
  4. The VillagersBecoming a Jackal [Domino 2010]
  5. Damien Jurado Saint Bartlett [2010]
  6. Wedding Dub Sounds of Reality [Control Tower 2010]
  7. Naptali Long Journey [Oneness Records 2010]
  8. Vybz Kartel Pon Di Gaza 2.0 [Explicit] [Tad’s 2010]
  9. Various Artists Surfer Rhythm [Surfer 2010]
  10. Junior Kelly Red Pond[VP Records 2010]
  11. Great American Taxi Reckless Habits [Great American Taxi Records 2010]
  12. Tracey Thorn Love and Its Opposite [Kill Rock Stars 2010]
  13. The NationalHigh Violet [4AD Records 2010]
  14. Midnite What Makes A King? [African Roots Lab 2010]
  15. The Black KeysBrothers [Nonesuch Reocrds 2010]
  16. The Mynabirds What We Lose in the Fire We Gain in the Flood [Saddle Creek Records 2010]
  17. StarsThe Five Ghosts [2010]
  18. Josh Ritter So Runs The World Away [2010]
  19. Chukki Starr Most Wanted[Greensleeves 2010]
  20. Reckless Kelly Somewhere In Time [Famous Motel Cowboy Music 2010]
  21. Natty King Born To Be Free [DHF Records 2010]
  22. Flying Lotus Cosmogramma [2010]
  23. Jonsi Go [XL 2010]
  24. Ken Will Morton True Grit [Sojourn 2010]
  25. Horse Feathers Thistled Spring [2010]
  26. The New Pornographers Together [Matador 2010]
  27. Shelby Lynne Tears, Lies, And Alibis [Everso 2010]
  28. Red Molly James [Self 2010]
  29. Linfinity Martian’s Bloom [2010]
  30. Hanoi JanesYear of Panic [Captured Tracks 2010]
  31. Gayngs The Gaudy Side of Town [Jagjaguwar 2010]
  32. Laurie Anderson Homeland [2010]
The Best Albums of April 2010

Top 15 Albums for May 2009!!!

May 2009

  1. Neil Young – Fork In The Road [Reprise 2009]
  2. Ziggy MarleyFamily Time [Tuff Gong 2009]
  3. Julian MarleyAwake [Tuff Gong 2009]
  4. Steve Earle Townes [New West 2009]
  5. Queen IfricaMontego Bay [VP Records 2009]
  6. The Decemberists The Hazards of Love [Capitol 2009]  
  7. Vybz Kartel Most Wanted [Greensleeves 2009]
  8. BushmanMost Wanted [Greensleeves 2009]
  9. Los Fabulosos Cadillacs La Luz del Ritmo [Nacional 2009]
  10. GomezA New Tide [Ato Records 2009]
  11. YTBorn Inna Babylon [Sativa 2009]
  12. Booker TPotato Hole [Anti 2009]
  13. Steve Winwood and Eric ClaptonLive from Madison Square Garden [Reprise 2009]
  14. UGKUGK 4 Life [Zomba 2009]
  15. The Flatlanders Hills & Valleys (Dig) [New West 2009]

Neil Young’s Fork In The Road pays tribute to cars and praises the new advancements in green car technology. It seems Young was so inspired by Wichita mechanic Jonathan Goodwin’s work on Young’s Lincoln that he wrote some wonderful songs about it. Goodwin converted Young’s 1959 Lincoln Continental adding battery power, biodiesel, and old jet engines in a fashion that increased gas mileage to 100 mpg and at the same time doubled the horsepower from 300 to 600. This album is timely, deep, and insightful. Neil Young continues as a cutting edge songwriter.

Ziggy Marley’s Family Time brings together some great artists making fun reggae sounds for the entire family. Jack Johnson, Willie Nelson, Toots Hibbert, and others lend their voices to the great tracks. Willie Nelson and Ziggy Marley rework the spiritual “This Train (feat. Willie Nelson)” while Ziggy and Toots Hibbert sing “Take Me To Jamaica (feat. Toots Hibbert).”

The Marley Brothers have been prolific and Julian “JuJu” Marley’s new album Awake displays the excellent quality reggae being produced by Bob’s progeny. “Violence In The Streets” with brother Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley packs a political message inside a driving riddim. “Boom Draw” celebrates the “healing of the nation” that grew on King Solomon’s grave. The tracks “Things Ain’t Cool,” “Awake,” and “On The Floor” rock and “A Little Too Late” with brother Stephen “Ragamuffin” Marley is pure melodic funky reggae.

Queen Ifrica’s Montego Bays caprtures the best of female roots reggae from Jamaica. “Keep It To Yourself” is a lesson in good vibes and “Daddy” is an interesting raw social commentary.

Top 15 Albums for May 2009!!!