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10 Random Albums To Be Thankful For
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Surely, Thanksgiving is a time to reflect upon what you are truly grateful for. And family, friends and good health tend to make their way to the forefront of your mind. But what about music? Ah yes, music.
1. Local Natives - Gorilla Manor
Local Natives - "Wide Eyes"
2. Freelance Whales - Weathervanes
Freelance Whales - "The Great Estates"
3. Brazos - Phosphorescent Blues
Brazos - "Kid"
4-10 after the jump!
4. The Zolas - Tic Toc Tic
The Zolas - "The Great Collapse"
5. Mountain Man - S/T
Mountain Man - "Animal Tracks"
6. Whitley - Go Forth, Find Mammoth
Whitley - "Facades II"
7. Lusine - A Certain Distance
Lusine - "Twilight"
8. Lee Fields & The Expressions - My World
Lee Fields & The Expressions - "Ladies"
9. The Avett Brothers - I And Love And You
The Avett Brothers - "I And Love And You"
10. Taken By Trees - East of Eden
Taken By Trees - "Anna"
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