The Troubadour’s Road Top 25 Songs of 2011

December 22nd, 2011  |  by Nels Thoreson   |  Published in Featured Articles, Songs of the Day  |  8 Comments


Another year is set to come to an end, which gives us all a chance to reflect on the incredible year of music.  It was a difficult process, but The Troubadour’s Road, first, narrowed the list to 25, and then figured out the ranking of the list to compile the inaugural, The Troubadour’s Road Top 25 Songs of 2011.  These songs have been a staple on this site, as well as in my headphones.  Some of the artists you may already know, and some hopefully you’ll get to know better.  I thank them for their work in 2011, and look forward to what is in store for 2012.

25.  Pert Near Standstone, “Solid Gone”
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24.  Florence and the Machine, “Shake It Out”
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23.  Milo Greene, “1957″
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22.  Andrew Belle, “The Ladder”
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21.  The Cave Singers, “Haller Lake”
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20.  Beta Radio, “Either Way”
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19.  Trevor Hall, “Te Amo”
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18.  Iron and Wine, “Tree By The River”
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17.  The Head and the Heart, “Lost In My Mind”
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16.  Ben Howard, “Keep Your Head Up”
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15.  Alexi Murdoch, “The Light (Her Hands Were Leaves)”

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14.  Passenger, “Heart’s On Fire”
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13.  Blizten Trapper, “Love The Way You Walk Away”
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12.  Ruarri Joseph, “Til the Luck Runs Dry”
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11.  Sarah Cotner, “Love Across A Country”
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10.  Mason Jennings, “Hearts Stops Beating”
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9.  Brett Dennen, “Song For Leaving”
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8.  Mumford and Sons, “Home”
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7.  Of Monsters and Men, “Little Talks”
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6.  Trevor Hall, “Brand New Day”
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5.  Adele, “Rolling In The Deep”

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4.  Bon Iver, “Holocene”
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3.  J. Wagner, “Old Missouri”
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2.  We Are Augustines, “Book of James”

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1.  Blind Pilot, “Half Moon”
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