"Still pouring through the various best of lists and recommendations (ok - I got off to a slow start in 2012) and thought I'd post Dave Bash's great list if anyone didn't see it. It can be found here:…"
"I have enjoyed most of the recommendations here and have found some other really good music on the power pop blogs' "best of" lists. Thank you all. My favorite of the year - by far, actually - is The Shins Port of Morrow.…"
"Would everyone weigh in on their absolute favorite (and I mean one that you can't help listen to over and over and over because it is so damn good) POWER POP or very closely related album of 2012? Unfortunately, I didn't stay too…"
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"There She Goes is a great one. Makes me think of Material Issue's "Valerie Love Me" which was some pretty fine pop craftsmanship. Here's the video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcRtlj8KXT4.
Few others that…"
"Great list - can't wait to check out the one's I was unfamiliar with - but how does The Red Button's She's About to Cross My Mind not make the top 40? It was a game changer. I'd put a plug in for either of…"
"Last weekend I walked into the Wuxtry in Athens, GA, just about 30 years after the first time I walked into this most fabulous record store. It's barely changed. What a classic. Not only that, Love Tractor was playing a gig at…"
"Totally agree on Rhapsody, Harry. My subscription's paid for itself a hundred times over. Everytime I get a good recommendation here or on CD Baby or a power pop blog I can usually find the albums on Rhapsody. Artists get paid…"
The Sun Sawed in Half
Love Tractor, Let's Active, REM
The Red Button
*Huffamoose, OLD, The Fractals
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