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The Best Albums Of 2014: Halftime Report Part Three

The Best Albums Of 2014: Halftime Report Part Three
John Mulvey

Yesterday, after I posted this list of my favourite albums of 2014, I received a few messages complaining that there were too many Youtube and Soundcloud clips embedded here, preventing the page from loading properly. Forgive the repetition, then, but I thought it worth reposting the list as three separate blogs; hopefully it’ll work better this time…

Previously: The Best Albums Of 2014: Halftime Report Part One

Previously: The Best Albums Of 2014: Halftime Report Part Two

41. Dylan Shearer – Garagearray (Castleface/Empty Cellar)

42. Jesse Sparhawk & Eric Carbonara – Tributes & Diatribes (VHF)

43. D Charles Speer & The Helix – Doubled Exposure (Thrill Jockey)

44. Håkon Stene - Lush Laments for Lazy Mammal (Hubro)

45. Suarasama – Timeline (Space)

46. Sun Kil Moon – Benji (Caldo Verde)

Read my review here

47. Todd Terje – It’s Album Time (Olsen)

48. Tinariwen – Emmaar (PIAS)

49. Alexander Turnquist – Wildflower (Western Vinyl)

50. Sharon Van Etten – Are We There (Jagjaguwar)

51. Wolfgang Voigt – Rückverzauberung 9/Musik für Kulturinstitutionen (Kompkakt)

52. Terry Waldo – The Soul Of Ragtime (Tompkins Square)

53. Ryley Walker – All Kinds Of You (Tompkins Square)

54. The War On Drugs – Lost In The Dream (Secretly Canadian)

55. Watter – This World (Temporary Residence)

56. Jack White – Lazaretto (Third Man/XL)

57. Woo – When The Past Arrives (Drag City)

58. Wooden Wand – Farmer's Corner (Fire)

59. Woods – With Light And With Love (Woodsist)

60. Girma Yifrashewa – Love And Peace (Unseen Worlds)

61. You Are Wolf – Hawk To The Hunting Gone (Stone Tape)

62. Neil Young – A Letter Home (Third Man/Reprise)

Read my review here

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