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Hi all,


A thread for your choices for the best of 2011...I will start us off with some of my choices:




Al Di Meola: Pursuit of Radical Rhapsody

Opeth: Heritage

Steven Wilson: Grace for Drowning

Brett Garsed: Dark Matter

Allen Hinds: Monkeys and Slides

John Scofield: A Moment's Peace

Oz Noy: Twisted Blues

Sean Wayland: Australian Rhythm Changes (with James Muller)

Gergo Borlai: M.M.M.

Sebastiaan Cornelissen: The Sebastiaan Cornelissen Group

The Code/John Pelosi: Dreams Speak Song

Vince Mendoza: Nights On Earth

Captain Kirk: Starship Cadillac

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The Joy Formidable - The Big Roar

The Living End - The Ending Is Just The Beginning Repeating

My Morning Jacket - Circuital

Red Hot Chili Peppers - I'm With You

Braids - Native Speaker

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

Manchester Orchestra - Simple Math

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Like every year before, I've bought a lot of music, but not all of it was released in the year of my purchase. Some of this years's standout releases for me:


Rival Sons: Pressure & Time

Black Country Communion: 2

Raphael Saadiq: Stone Rollin'

Alex Skolnick Trio: Veritas


I'm also looking forward to picking up new releases from Fishbone, Godflesh, Primus, Boris, Rage Against the Machine, Queens of the Stone Age, Alice in Chains and Kyuss Lives!, as well as filling in inevitable gaps in the collection. I'm sure I've missed some Buckethead, Bill Laswell, Charlie Hunter and Jonas Hellborg stuff, and I KNOW others for sure have escaped me (seen 'em, but didn't get 'em).

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Rival Sons: Pressure & Time

Raphael Saadiq: Stone Rollin'



Glass HarpLive at Carnegie Hall

Chris IsaakLive at the Fillmore

The Smithereens 2011

Imelda MayMayhem

Fitz and the TantrumsPickin' Up the Pieces

The Bo-KeysGot to Get Back

Jeff BeckRock and Roll Party Honoring Les Paul


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