Top 30: Week of February 3 – February 9, 2019

This Week’s Top Album: Mohawk by Lee Harvey Osmond (Photo: Artist Website)

 = Albertan            = Canadian

1.  Lee Harvey Osmond – Mohawk (Latent)
2.  Altameda – Time Hasn’t Changed You (Pheromone)
3. Beirut – Gallipoli (4AD)
4.  Dan Mangan – More Or Less (Arts & Crafts)
5.  Jim Brenan –  50/50 (Death Defying)
6. Hayes Carll –  What It Is (Dualtone)
7. Emily King – Scenery (ATO)
8. Deer Tick – Mayonnaise (Partisan)
9. Tiny Ruins – Olympic Girls (Ba Da Bing)
10. The Specials – Encore (Island)
11. Jeff Tweedy – WARM (dBpm)
12.  Matt Mays – Twice Upon A Hell Of A Time (Beachfire)
13. Sharon Van Etten – Remind Me Tomorrow (Jagjaguwar)
14. Mavis Staples – Live In London (ANTI-)
15. Mark Knopfler – Down The Road Wherever (British Grove / Blue Note)
16.  nêhiyawak – Starlight (Arts & Crafts)
17. Sarah Louise – Nighttime Birds and Morning Stars (Independent)
18.  Ben Sures –  Live At The Yardbird Suite (Independent)
19.  The Mbira Renaissance Band – Famba (Independent)
20. Guster – Look Alive (Nettwerk)
21.  Kid Koala –  Music to Draw To: Io (Arts & Crafts)
22.  King Of Foxes – Salt & Honey (Independent)
23. Gurf Morlix – Impossible Blue (Independent)
24.  Colin Linden & Luther Dickinson – Amour (Stony Plain)
25.  Michael Jerome Browne – That’s Where It’s At! (Borealis)
26.  Sarah MacDougall – All The Hours I Have Left To Tell You Anything (Label in Between)
27.  J. Solemn – Always Good (Independent)
28. Yutaka Hirasaka – Day By Day (Independent)
29. Salif Keita – Un Autre Blanc (Naive)
30. Charley Crockett – Lil G.L.’s Blue Bonanza (Son Of Davy)