From time to time I want to revisit some music I think is worth re-recommending.
I have a number of CD's that I like and listen to now and again but aren't a regular part of my music diet. I have some CD's I liked for a while and they lacked the depth that would make them last. But there are a select number of CD's in my music rotation that never seem to grow old. Here are 10 CD's (most are still fairly new) that I appreciate more with each listen, and so they often get played the most. In alphabetical order (stars by my top three)...
Amos Lee: Amos Lee
The Avett Brothers (I refuse to choose, Thieves, Mignonette, Live Vol 2, all good)
Band of Horses: Everything All the Time
Cat Power: The Greatest
Page France: Hello, Dear Wind *
Shearwater: Palo Santo *
Sia: Color the Small One
Waterdeep: Sink or Swim
Wilco: Kicking Television: Live in Chicago
Winterpills: Winterpills *