The Quiet Revolution Favourite Albums of the Year: the five that got away!

Inevitably whatever point near the end of a year I choose to post my favourite album releases there will be records I’ve belatedly discovered or new releases that I would have liked to include in my list. Well, here they are for this year.

They are in no order of preference, just numbered to make for ease of reading. Enjoy exploring them.

And if you haven’t checked out the other 85 please investigate those too here https://adamwilsonsquietrevolution.net/2021/11/19/the-quiet-revolution-albums-of-the-year-2/

  1. Yasmin Williams – Urban Driftwood

2. Julie Doiron – The Thought of You

3. Salt House – Working for Zeus EP

4. The Memory Band – Colours

5. Spell Songs II – Let The Light In

One response to “The Quiet Revolution Favourite Albums of the Year: the five that got away!”

  1. […] Tamara Lindeman a.k.a The Weather Station has regularly occupied a place on my show playlist’s since I first encountered her beautiful music. This is from her forthcoming album, a kind of companion piece to last year’s Ignorance album (one of my favourite albums of 2021 by the way. Check those out here https://adamwilsonsquietrevolution.net/2021/11/19/the-quiet-revolution-albums-of-the-year-2/ and here https://adamwilsonsquietrevolution.net/2021/12/28/the-quiet-revolution-favourite-albums-of-the-year-t… […]

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