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Gary Calamar's Top Ten Albums of 2007

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Tonight is the most excellent show, Open Road on KCRW, which begins at 9:00 p.m., ending at midnight. DJ Gary Calamar mixes roots of Rock, Country, Jazz, Blues, and Soul with new releases that you can most see on his peer's lists. Calamar got his start at KCRW as a volunteer, moving his way to DJ after literally begging on his knees to Chris Douridas for a show. Douridas made a great choice.

1) Ben Lee - Ripe (New West)

2) Feist - The Reminder (Interscope)

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3) The Shins - Wincing the Night Away (Sub Pop)

4) Fujiya & Miyagi - Transparent Things (Deaf Dumb and Blind)

5) Arcade Fire - Neon Bible (Merge)

6) Caribou - Andorra (Merge)

7) John Doe - A Year in the Wilderness (Yep Rock)

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8) Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Baby 81 (RCA)

9) Coburn - Coburn (Groove Attack)

10) Bruce Springsteen - Magic (Columbia)

Previously on LAist: Morning Becomes Eclectic 30th Anniversary Interviews: Gary Calamar