Ranking Records—The 10 Best LPs of 2020

Since I am guilty of not listening to enough new music, I hesitated doing a best of for 2020. But on the other hand, there were a few records that I just loved that I couldn’t resist talking about. So, here’s a look at all the 2020 releases I bought narrowed down to the eight that I insist you go ahead and buy if you have not already done so.

And as I say in the video, seeing what I like, tell me what great records from, 2020 that you think I have missed.

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If you like this, be sure to look at my other 10 Best LPs and Ranking Records videos as well as my playlists of Great Forgotten Records and Looking for Records. Thanks again!

2 comments

  1. Hi Mike. Thanks for another entertaining video.
    Totally agree about McCartney III. His voice is going, but it’s still a great record.
    I also concur with your ambivalence about Hey Clockface. It feels like a mess, really. Too variable. I don’t like the spoken word songs, or the loud rattly songs (which you liked!) or the old style (1920s?) songs. I only really like the ballads on this, especially The Last Confession of Vivian Worth. I’ve played it 25 times, and I don’t think my view is going to change from here. Disappointing.
    Blonde on the Tracks is certainly great. You missed a chance to observe that the title is a mash-up of Blonde on Blonde and Blood on the Tracks. Very clever! Rough and Rowdy Ways is great, of course. I missed that there was a new Ron Sexsmith album. I’m going to check out some of the other things you recommended. Cheers, Dave

  2. Thanks friend, Great to hear from you. Now how did I miss that about Emma?

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