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  posted on 8/1/2013 at 01:49 AM
Was just thinking back to my high school days, well musical wise and some of my favorite albums of that era. Well have listened to some recently and to me they still hold up. Any ways what have been some of your favorite albums of the last 13 years

Modest Mouse- Good News For People Who Love Bad News
Kings Of Leon- Aha Shake Heartbrake
Derek Trucks Band- Songlines
North Mississippi Allstars- Electric Blue Watermelon
Radiohead- Hail To The Theif
Beck- Guero
Dave Matthews Band- Busted Stuff

 

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  posted on 8/1/2013 at 08:03 AM
"Love and Theft" by Bob Dylan
"Hitting the Note" by ......

That's about all I can name

 

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  posted on 8/1/2013 at 08:20 AM
These 3 from the Black Keys are all top notch!





 

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  posted on 8/1/2013 at 09:16 AM
This is a note I posted on my facebook back in Jan 2010:

"There was lots of good music in the 2000s...some Americana, Jamband, retro Soul/R&B (that used real bands!), alt-Country, and throw-back rock n roll. Think about the great lineups at the Austin City Limits, Wanee, and (early) Bonarroo festivals.

But in the past decade, I had to seek out great music; it didn't seek me out. And though it may be on life support on commercial radio, the guitar solo is far from dead...see a few of my picks.

Let me know what I missed! There were some honorable mentions including the first credible Rolling Stones album in 15+ years, a pair of U2 releases that marked their return to rock (if only they'd record them like they sound live!), Clapton releasing more Robert Johnson music, and more. Let me hit publish before I change my mind on the ones that did make the list!

1. Ryan Adams – Gold (a little long winded I'll admit, but the first 9-10 tracks seal it as my favorite)
2. Blind Boys of Alabama w/Robert Randolph’s Family Band – Higher Ground
3. Loretta Lynn (w/Jack White) – Van Lear Rose
4. Susan Tedeschi – Hope & Desire
5. Wilco – Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
6. Mudcrutch - Mudcrutch
7. Jayhawks – Rainy Day Music
8. Ray Lamontagne – Till The Sun Turns Black
9. Ryan Adams – Cold Roses
10. Holly Cole – Romantically Helpless
11. Allman Brothers Band – Hittin’ The Note
12. Jason Isbell – Sirens in the Ditch
13. Peter Malick Group featuring Norah Jones – New York City
14. Amy Winehouse – Back to Black
15. Red Hot Chili Peppers – Stadium Arcadium
16. Ben Harper – Diamonds on the Inside
17. Norah Jones – Feels Like Home
18. Los Lobos – Good Morning Aztlan
19. Bruce Springsteen – The Seeger Sessions
20. Green Day – American Idiot
21. Ben Harper & The Blind Boys of Alabama – There Will Be a Light
22. Alison Krauss/Union Station – Lonely Runs Both Ways (or “Live,” if I were ranking live releases)
23. Ray Lamontagne – Trouble
24. John Prine – Fair & Square
25. Susan Tedeschi – Wait for Me
26. Ryan Adams – Easy Tiger
27. Ollabelle - Ollabelle
28. Blind Boys of Alabama – Spirit of the Century
29. Derek Trucks Band – Already Free (extended version)
30. Dixie Chicks – Home
31. Joss Stone – The Soul Sessions
32. Los Lonely Boys – Los Lonely Boys
33. Phil Lesh & Friends – There and Back Again
34. O Brother, Where Art Thou?
35. Phish – Undermind
36. Brandi Carlile – The Story
37. Randall Bramblett – Thin Places
38. Van Morrison – What’s Wrong With This Picture
39. Bonnie Raitt – Souls Alike
40. Lyle Lovett – My Baby Don’t Tolerate
41. The Word – The Word
42. Derek Trucks Band – Songlines
43. Norah Jones – Come Away With Me
44. Wilco – Blue Sky Blue
45. Death Cab for Cutie – Narrow Stairs
46. Black Crowes – Before the Frost…Until the Freeze
47. Spoon – Ga Ga Ga Ga
48. Rilo Kiley – Under the Black Light
49. John Mayer Trio - Mayer/Palladino/Jordan – Try
50. REM – Accelerate (or “Live At the Olympia” if I were ranking live releases)"

 

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  posted on 8/1/2013 at 09:48 AM
There are lots of solid and good ones, but not a ton that really blew me away. Those would really be down to:

Jay-Z -- Blueprint

Jay-Z -- Black Album

And the three Black Keys albums that pixielf mentioned.

As an aside, I also have to mention two of Patrick Sweany's albums -- Every Hour is a Dollar Gone, and C'mon C'mere. He isn't known to many people at all, but I'd guess that those two albums were truly my two favorite albums of this century so far.

 

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  posted on 8/1/2013 at 09:56 AM
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Was just thinking back to my high school days, well musical wise and some of my favorite albums of that era. Any ways what have been some of your favorite albums of the last 13 years

North Mississippi Allstars- Electric Blue Watermelon



Nice call on EBW, I'd also mention the harder rocking "Hernando" by the NMAS as well.

I know the Stripes aren't everyone's cup of tea here, but I think "Elephant" and "Icky Thump" are outstanding guitar oriented albums from the last 13 years.

[Edited on 8/1/2013 by Efus]

 

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  posted on 8/1/2013 at 09:06 PM
I dont know if these are great(thats subjective), but I like them.

Black Keys- Big Come Up,Thickfreakness, would not bother with anything they done after those two releases.

Chris Whitley- Reiter Inn, Dislocation Blues, War Crime Blues

Steve Earle-Washington Square Serenade

Rich Robinson- Live At The Knitting Factory and Paper

Gov't Mule- Mighty High

DTB- Already Free

Black Crowes and Jimmy Page- Live At The Greek

Bob Dylan-Love and Theft- If there was a "great album of 2000's" thats it!

Robert Plant-Mighty ReArranger

Black Crowes-Lions

This one does not fall into the 2000's, but just misses it by a few months. This is a very good cd and underrated IMHO.

Doyle Bramhall-Jellycream

 

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  posted on 8/2/2013 at 01:37 AM
Tim there is alot of great stuff on that list

 

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  posted on 8/2/2013 at 08:04 AM
The Soundtrack to the surfing movie Thicker Than Water.

By far the album I listen to the most from the aughts.

 

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  posted on 8/2/2013 at 10:17 AM
Dylan-Tempest,Modern Times,Love and Theft

Levon Helm-Dirtfarmer,Electric Dirt

Robert Plant-Band of Joy

Gregg Allman-LCB

EC/JJ Cale-Road to Escondido

EC-Crossroad live DVDs

Jeff Beck-Live at Ronnie Scott's

ABB-HTN

CSN Live 2012

Many more I'm not thinking of right now.

Not the most unique and creative period,compared to the 60s and 70s,but some excellent music!






 

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  posted on 8/2/2013 at 10:43 AM
A lot of my choices have already been listed. Another couple I enjoy ... Mark Knopfler - Ragpickers Dream and Get Lucky (and I like Adele's 19 - girls got pipes)

Effie - I immediately thought of Levon and was glad to see you include those 2 ... plus the EC/JJ and Band of Joy.

It's nice to see the lists and be reminded of 2000's musical offerings.

[Edited on 8/2/2013 by lolasdeb]

 

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  posted on 8/2/2013 at 11:04 AM
I am absolutely loving the new discs by Sabbath and Purple.
 

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  posted on 8/2/2013 at 11:53 AM
2002 ( ) - Sigur Ros

2003 Greendale - Neil Young

2007 Afriki - Habib Koite and Bamada

2009 American Central Dust - Son Volt

2009 Imidiwan - Tinariwen

2011 Let England Shake - PJ Harvey

2011 Steady As She Goes - Hot Tuna

2013 Nomad - Bombino

2013 13 - Black Sabbath


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  posted on 8/2/2013 at 12:53 PM
I really dug Chris Robinson Brotherhood's Big Moon Ritual.

Most of the others I could think of have been already mentioned.

 

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  posted on 8/2/2013 at 02:01 PM
Derek Trucks Band – Songlines
Nickel Creek - Nickel Creek
Delbert McClinton - Nothing Personal
Joss Stone - Soul sessions
Acoustic Syndicate - Long way round

 

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  posted on 8/2/2013 at 02:17 PM
Amos Lee - Supply and Demand
Susan Tedeschi - Back to the River

Amos Lee is great. If you haven't heard any of his stuff, I encourage you to check it out. Also, Back to the River is great all the way through (including some great guitar work by Derek).

Also,

Tom Waits - Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards.

 

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  posted on 8/4/2013 at 01:03 AM
Would like to add

Queens of the Stone Age- Songs For The Deaf
Wing Beats Fantastic- Songs By Mike Keneally and Andy Partridge

 

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  posted on 8/4/2013 at 01:33 AM
black sabbath- 13

alice cooper- brutal planet and dirty diamond

 

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  posted on 8/4/2013 at 07:01 AM
It Still Moves - My Morning Jacket
Southern Rock Opera, The Dirty South - Drive By Truckers
Last Men On Earth - Five Horse Johnson

My 3 favourite bands from the decade.

 

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  posted on 8/4/2013 at 09:29 AM
1 Whiskey Myers – Road Of Life
2 Howlin' Rain – The Russian Wilds
3 Cage The Elephant – Cage The Elephant
4 Kenneth Brian Band – Kenneth Brian Band
5 Black Country Communion – Black Country Communion
6 Allman Brothers – Hittin' The Note
7 Alter Bridge – Blackbird
8 Dickey Betts & Great Southern – The Collectors #1
9 The London Souls – The London Souls
10 The Parlor Mob – And You Were A Crow
11 Steve Winwood – About Time
12 Ride The Blinds – Start Running
13 Ben Harper – White Lies For Dark Times
14 Slash with Myles Kennedy – Apocalyptic Love
15 The Departed – Adventus
16 Rival Sons – Head Down
17 The Muggs – The Muggs

 
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  posted on 8/4/2013 at 12:46 PM
Lots of albums that nobody else (hardly) on this particular site would take the time of day to even try to listen to. Lots of great ones listed so far

 

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  posted on 8/4/2013 at 01:09 PM
Beastie Boys: "Hot Sauce Committee Pt. 2"
David Byrne & Brian Eno: "Everything That Happens Will Happen Today"
The dTb's output, especially "Live at Georgia Theatre," "Songlines," and "Already Free"
Easy Star All-Stars: "Dub Side of the Moon"
Gov't Mule: "Life Before Insanity," and pick any of your favorites from the "Deep End" and "Live with a Little Help..." albums
Levon Helm: "Dirt Farmer" and"Electric Dirt"
Garth Hudson: "The Sea to the North"
Los Lobos: "Good Morning Aztlan" and "Tin Can Trust"
Francisco Mela: "Cirio"
My Morning Jacket: "It Still Moves" and "Z"
Nicholas Payton: "Sonic Trance"
Radiohead: "In Rainbows"
Scrapomatic: "Alligator Love Cry" and "Sidewalk Caesars"
Sonic Youth: "Murray Street"
Soulive: "Turn It Out"
Tedeschi Trucks Band: "Everybody's Talkin'"
Tinariwen: "Tassili"
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: "Mojo"
Jim White: "Transnormal Skiperoo"
Widespread Panic: "Earth to America"

 

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  posted on 8/4/2013 at 05:52 PM
I agree with a good portion of the lists so far, but even though it's a live show from 1973, Good Lord, Marshall Tucker's "Way Out West" is one for the ages, I haven't grinned so hard listening to a disc in a while. Toy's vocals are fresh, They withered far too soon and WOW what a version of Everyday I Sing The Blues. It's only flaw is it's a single disc, This was the opener's time slot so that's the given length sadly.
 

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  posted on 8/5/2013 at 04:05 AM
Love the new soundgarden,Alice in chains and Black Sabbath albums.

have been getting in to Rival sons alot.

 

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  posted on 8/6/2013 at 01:50 AM
Not albums but some great music from artists of the 2000's

British songwriter Laura Marling performs a suite of her songs "Take the Night Off," "I Was an Eagle," "You Know," and "Breath" from her album Once I was an Eagle.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIQjLrffIq0

The National: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdFCD3oXMZo

 

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