My Favourite Albums Of The Year: Part Two

As promised on this Albums Of The Year blog, here are my favourite reissues and compilations of 2007. Again, feel free to add your own selections below.

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As promised on this Albums Of The Year blog, here are my favourite reissues and compilations of 2007. Again, feel free to add your own selections below.



REISSUES

1 Sonic Youth – Daydream Nation

2 Boredoms – Super Roots 7

3 Fairport Convention – Liege & Lief

4 The Hold Steady – Separation Sunday

5 The Pop Group – Y

6 Harmonia – Live 1974
(not technically a reissue, but still)

7 Sly & The Family Stone – There’s A Riot Goin’ On

8 John Fahey – Fare Forward Voyagers (Soldier’s Choice)

9 Leonard Cohen – Songs Of Leonard Cohen

10 Trees – On The Shore

COMPILATIONS

1 Various Artists – The Very Best Of Ethiopiques

2 Dexys Midnight Runners – The Projected Passion Revue

3 Various Artists – Love Is The Song We Sing: San Francisco Nuggets 1965-1970

4 Shack – Time Machine: The Best Of Shack

5 Led Zeppelin – The Mothership

6 Various Artists – I’m Not There: Original Soundtrack

7 Elliott Smith – New Moon

8 Various Artists – Songs The Bonzo Dog Band Taught Us

9 Nico – The Frozen Borderline 1968-1970

10 Vernon Elliott Ensemble – Pogles Wood/ Ivor The Engine

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