The Final Round-Up

We now have the entire judges' deliberations over who should win the Uncut Music Award posted here on this blog, so I thought it might be useful to provide links to all the separate posts in one place. I was prompted, in part, by this message from Terry, who did all the recording and transcribing for us.

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We now have the entire judges’ deliberations over who should win the Uncut Music Award posted here on this blog, so I thought it might be useful to provide links to all the separate posts in one place. I was prompted, in part, by this message from Terry, who did all the recording and transcribing for us.



“As the fellow Uncut entrusted to listen in on the judges’ deliberations and transcribe their words of wisdom,” he writes, “I think it might be useful for readers to know that the discussions are being posted on site chronologically. Taken in isolation, the verdicts on some albums may not come across as clear as they might if one takes the time to read the whole lot in order. Just a small point, perhaps, but I feel we get a better vibe of what went down by looking at the complete picture.”

1 Bon Iver – “For Emma, Forever Ago”

2 Elbow – “The Seldom Seen Kid”

3 Drive-By Truckers – “Brighter Than Creation’s Dark”

4 Felice Brothers – “Felice Brothers”

5 Fleet Foxes – “Fleet Foxes”

The Raconteurs – “Consolers Of The Lonely”

7 Radiohead – “In Rainbows”

8 Vampire Weekend – “Vampire Weekend”

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