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Best in Music (2011) – Part 1

Been wondering what I’ve been doing for the last couple months? This is it. Prepping the end of year “best” in music. The “Part 1” in the title means that there is more to come.

Download the .zip file with track list and liner notes HERE.

It will come as no surprise to you that it was difficult to get it down to the bare essentials, but this is it. Well, this and another disc. But if I had one 80-minute playlist that I was forced to listen to all year long, this would be the one. It is “most” me. This is the music that you want playing in the background regardless of what you are doing. Hanging with friends, studying, cooking, whatever. This is a collection of songs that will never disappoint.

Beirut – Santa Fe

Peter Wolf Crier – Settling It Off 

Pepper Rabbit – Rose Mary Stretch

The Head and The Heart – Down in the Valley

Benjamin Francis Lefwich – Atlas Hands

The Milk Carton Kids – Michigan

Andrew Belle – The Ladder

Ben Rector – Without You

Blind Pilot – We Are the Tide 

Death Cab for Cutie – You Are a Tourist

TV On the Radio – Will Do

Josh Garrels – Farther Along 

Typhoon – Summer Home

Dan Mangan – Leaves, Trees, Forest

AA Bondy – Rt. 28/Believers 

Danger Mouse & Sparklehorse – Revenge (feat. The Flaming Lips)

The White Album – Guns and Ammunition

Freelance Whales – Girl U Want (Devo Cover)

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  1. g
    December 14, 2011 at 12:33 am

    Nice! I’ll definitely give this a whirl… maybe I’m getting to be an *ahem* grouchy music lover, but I find nowadays, I listen to more old music than new.

    Thanks for posting!

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