Ten You May Have Missed In 2006

Lindsey Buckingham, multitude of custom guitars in hands, cannily fleeted from the humongous Mac only to craft one of the greatest folk albums in many an era, whilst that once-and-former misdiagnosed Voice of Someone’s Generation pulled out a clutch of ancient ribbon microphones and somehow produced the quintessential sonic answer to these crazed Modern Times we still try to live in.

Meanwhile of course, your ever-humble virtual listener cocked both ears deep beneath the socio-musical radar, only to hopefully bring to your attention again ten remarkable discs you should all hear too over the many many years to come.  So Here They Are (in strictly alphabetical order, I’ll have you know):     

1.  ALAMADAAlmada
(Almada)

2.  BIG BOY PETE:  The Perennial Enigma
(Angel Air Records)

3.  CHRIS BROWNNow That You’re Fed
(Chris Brown)

4.  CASPER & THE COOKIES:  The Optimist’s Club
(Happy Happy Birthday to Me Records)

5.  CHEAP TRICKRockFord
(Big3 Records)

6.  ELECTRIC PRUNESFeedback
(PruneTwang)

7.  SLEEPING GIANTLate Music
(Nun Bett-R Productions)

8.  THE SPRAGUE BROTHERSChanging The World, One Chick At A Time
(Wichita Falls Records)

9.  SSMSSM
(Alive Records)

10. LANE STEINBERG:  The Return Of Noel Coward’s Ghost
(Cheft Recordings)
 

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