Kent B Poop 09




Sweet Sixteen


Amadou & Mariam - Welcome to Mali   Buy New or Used through amazon
Amadou & Mariam – Welcome to Mali



White Denim - Fits   Buy New or Used through amazon
White Denim – Fits



Lily Allen -It's Not Me, It's You  Buy New or Used through amazon
Lily Allen – It’s Not Me, It’s You



PASSION PIT   Buy New or Used through amazon  OR   @ eMusic
Passion Pit – Manners



Dave Perkins - Pistol City Holiness   Buy New or Used through amazon
Dave Perkins – Pistol City Holiness



  Buy New or Used through amazon
Riverside – Anno Domini High Definition



Sarah Jarosz - Song Up in Her Head   Buy New or Used through amazon
Sarah Jarosz – Song Up in Her Head



Pearl Jam - Back Spacer  Buy New or Used through amazon
Pearl Jam – Back Spacer



Robyn Hitchcock & the Venus 3  - Goodnight Oslo   Buy New or Used through amazon
Robyn Hitchcock & the Venus 3 – Goodnight Oslo



The Reigning Sound   Buy New or Used through amazon  OR   @ eMusic

Reigning Sound – Love and Curses



A Place to Bury Strangers - Exploding Head   Buy New or Used through amazon
A Place to Bury Strangers – Exploding Head



Otis Taylor - Pentatonic Wars and Love Songs   Buy New or Used through amazon  OR   @ eMusic
Otis Taylor – Pentatonic Wars and Love Songs



Bela Fleck - Throw Down Your Heart   Buy New or Used through amazon
Bela Fleck – Throw Down Your Heart



Amayo's Fu-Arkist-Ra - First Kung Fu Lessons of Life  Buy through amazon   OR   @ CD Baby
Amayo’s Fu-Arkist-Ra – First Kung Fu Lessons of Life



Girls - Album   Buy New or Used through amazon   OR   @ eMusic
Girls – Album



Ramblin Jack Elliot - A Stranger Here   Buy New or Used through amazon
Ramblin Jack Elliot – A Stranger Here




Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix   Buy New or Used through amazon   OR   @ eMusic
Phoenix – Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix




World (All from the 70s and Africa Rules)
V.A. Legends of Benin,
Franco – Francophonic Vol. 2
Ghana Special – Modern Highlife, Afro Sounds & Ghanian Blues
V.A. – Panama!2


(African Twins!!!)
V.A.. African Pearls: Mali 70 – Electric Mali
V.A. African Pearls: Senegal 70 – Musical Effervescence

Mulatu Astatke – New York-Addis-London
Mulatu Astatke and the Heliocentrics – Inspiration Information

Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou – The Vodoun Effect
Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou – Echos Hypnotiques



Underachievers (Absolutely nothing new and no intellectuals allowed – just familiar hooks and fun stuff)
The Ettes– Do You Want Power
Summer Cats – Songs for Tuesdays
Titus Andronicus – The Airings and Grievances
Bricolage – Bricolage



Twilight Zone
Bloody Panda – Summons
Mount Erie – Wind Poem
Savath Y Savalas – La Llama
Phil Kline- Around the World in a Daze
Mariusz Duda – Lunatic Soul
Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band – Between My Head and the Sky



Retro Soul
Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears – Tell ‘em What Your Name is
Mayer Hawthorne – A Strange Arrangement



Live If You Want It (It’s all good, provided you’re a fan)
Nivrana – Live at Reading
Tom Petty & Heartbreakers – Anthology
Leonard Cohen – Live in London
Paul McCartney – Good Evening New York City



Solid Reissues
The Lafayette Afro-Rock Band, Darkest Light
Michael Bloomfield – Live at Bill Graham’s Fillmore West
V.A., We’re Gonna Change the World, The 60’s Chicago Garage Sound of Quill
Blur – Midlife



Jazz
(Mainstream)
Jay Iyer – Historicity
Chick Corea & Uehara Hiromi – Duet
Gary Burton – Quartet Live
Joe Lovano – Folk Art
Return to Forever – Returns
Christian McBride & Inside Straight – Kind of Brown
The Stanley Clarke Trio – Jazz in the Garden
Jan Garbarek Group – Dresden
Keith Jarrett – Testament


(Ornette’s Children)
Steve Lehman – Octet, Travail, Transformation, and Flow
Miles Okazaki – Generations
The Fully Celebrated – Drunk on the Blood of the Holy Ones
Matthew Shipp Trio, Harmonic Disorder
Joe Morris – Wildlife



Borderline
Meshell Ndegeocello – Devil’s Halo
Florence & the Machine – Lungs
Blk Jks – After Robots
Moby – Wait for Me
U-2 – No Line on the Horizon



Who Cares
Bruce Springsteen – Working on a Dream
Bob Dylan – Together Through Life
Green Day – 21st Century Breakdown
Levon Helm – Electric Dirt



I Really Tried….
Animal Collective – Merriweather Post Pavilion


Kent B






1 Comment on "Kent B Poop 09"

  1. adam benziger | October 3, 2010 at 6:37 pm |

    A Place to Bury Strangers should be switched with Titus Andronicus, those guys are actually making a new sound over a classic landscape. U2 shouldn’t even be borderline, it is plain and simple shit. Also Lily Allen, really? She is making nothing new and she gets all her tracks from produces she is fucking and she has a piss poor voice, and her bad girl attitude is getting old and there is nothing new about her. Levon Helm’s Electric Dirt is an amazing album, the best in that genre you could hope to find that resembles the country and blues sounds which were found in The Band. Bitte Orca by the Dirty Projectors was probably the most daring and progressive in the sounds they were producing type album, so where is that on your list? Well you didn’t get Animal Collective, TRY HARDER, or give up on music. White Denims and Passion Pit are just throw away albums from one band that deserves a little more credit and another which deserves none at all. The Girls album is good, but nothing special which holds your attention for more than a couple tracks. It is a throw away, lo-fi, upbeat, pop sounding, Califonia music. And if you dare put Best Coast on your top list for 2010 I will puke blood.
    Albums you needed to consider:
    Andrew Bird: Noble Beast
    Dirty Projectors: Bitte Orca
    Mos Def: The Ecstatic
    The Felice Brothers: Yonder The Clock
    Harlem Shakes: Technicolor Health
    Raekwon: Only Built For Cuban Linx Pt. II
    Why?: Eskimo Snow
    St. Vincent: Actor
    Blakroc: Blakroc
    Bon Iver: Blood Bank (EP)
    K’naan: Troubadour
    P.O.S: Never Better
    Clipse: Til The Casket Drops
    Deer Tick: Born On Flag Day
    Blitzen Trapper: Black River Killer (EP)

    So for 2010 you better come with a much better list or just give up on this shit, cause it’s poop.

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