Phil’s Faves: Albums, December 29, 2019

Over time, my listening habits have changed and at the moment I usually listen to albums completely through. I haven’t done that in years, but it’s actually very rewarding—particularly when the album is good. Every album that will be on this list will fit that category.

Songs from the albums on this list forms the basis of my countdown list for the “Top 9 at 9:09” segment of my “Prime Time Theme Attic Show,” (Mondays, 8P-10P ET) on mostly alternating weeks, along with my “Phil’s Faves, Songs” lists!

Here’s a link:

It’s another peak into my listening habits—which is a goal of mine. If you want to know where I’m heading or what I think about some new music, you will find it here.

I honestly don’t expect there to be much volatility on this list because these albums are what I have been basing many of the sets on my show.

Once again, there will be no boundaries. I will go wherever my musical muse takes me.

Here’s the link to the complete list of Fave Albums:

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You can tell Phil Lee to take himself, …And the Horse He Rode In On, to the #1 spot!

Top 10 Albums for the Week of December 29, 2019

1. …And the Horse He Rode In On—Phil Lee
2. We Carry On—The Wag
3. Sounds Like Love—Bill Edwards
4. Ordinary Band—Katie Dahl
5. Egypt Station—Paul McCartney [Hall of Fame]
6. The Pennock/Stephens Project—The Pennock Stephens Project
7. Please Don’t Tell Me How to Dance—Cindy Ruenes
8. Rebooted—The Forty Nineteens
9. Wake Me When the Wind Dies Down—Vicky Emerson
10.It’s About Time—Jen Sygit
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