Songlines’ Best Albums of 2014 Announced

Posted on October 31st, 2014 in News, Recent posts by .

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Here are the ten albums that Songlines editors Jo Frost and Simon Broughton have selected as the best from 2014

With five picks each, Jo Frost and Simon Broughton have chosen their favourite albums that have been reviewed within Songlines magazine in the last 12 months. You can read more about these ten albums in the next issue (Jan/Feb 2015, #105), out on December 5.

Here are this year’s selections (in no particular order):

Toumani & Sidiki Diabaté – Toumani & Sidiki (on World Circuit, reviewed in #100)

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Aziza Brahim – Soutak (on Glitterbeat, reviewed in #98)

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Kassé Mady Diabaté – Kiriké (on No Format, reviewed in #104)

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The Gloaming – The Gloaming (on Real World, reviewed in #98)

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Robert Plant – Lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar (on Nonesuch, to be reviewed in #105)

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Driss El Maloumi  – Makan (on Contre Jour, reviewed in #98)

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Aurelio – Lándini (on Real World, reviewed in #104)

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Söndörgő – Tamburocket: Hungarian Fireworks (on Riverboat Records, reviewed in #102)

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Kronos Quartet – A Thousand Thoughts (on Nonesuch, reviewed in #100)

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Piers Faccini & Vincent Segal – Songs of Time Lost (on No Format, to be reviewed in #105)

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