Best Albums of 2010: Tim Livingston

December 6th, 2010, 2:00 pm by Greg
Tim Livingston

Tim Livingston

1. Ike Reilly’s “Hard Luck Stories”
2. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club’s “Beat the Devil’s Tattoo”
3. Grinderman’s “2”
4. Two Cow Garage’s “Sweet Saint Me”
5. Alejandro Escovedo’s “Street Songs Of Love”
6. Peter Case’s “Wig”
7. Willie Nile’s “The Innocent Ones”
8. Clayton Doley’s Organ Donors’ “Tension”
9. Jason and the Scorchers’ “Halcyon Days”
10. Free Energy’s “Stuck On Nothing”

Single of the Year: John Walker Black’s “Theme to Nippertown”
Grammy Nominated Single of the Year: Cee-Lo Green’s “Fuck You”
Local Release of the Year: Fall Harbor’s “Meet Me at the Water”
Archival Releases of the Year: Moby Grape’s “Live” and the Velvet Underground’s “The Quine Tapes” (6LP Box Set)
Best Album of the Year That Was Disqualified From the List on a Technicality: The Last Conspirators’ “When It All Comes Down”

Tim Livingston of Sundazed Music in Coxsackie is a member of the band the Last Conspirators and frequent Nippertown.com contributor.

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THE 2010 LIST OF LISTS:
Best Albums of the Year: Filter Magazine
Best Albums of the Year: Mojo Magazine