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Drop box: Allison Stewart's top singles of 2009 and Lost Tracks reviews of Sarah Jarosz, Double Dagger and Memphis Bleek

Sarah JaroszAt just 18 years old, Sarah Jarosz established herself as a bluegrass name to know.

If you should trust anyone's top songs of the year list, trust Allison Stewart's. Every week she tracks down five songs you should add to your library (or at least be aware of) for the Singles File column and today she offers the 25 best of 2009. Links for each song included; have a productive rest of the day.

We've also got another week of "Lost Tracks" featuring albums we (and maybe you) overlooked when they were originally released: Juli Thanki on bluegrass upstart Sarah Jarosz, Sarah Godfrey on Memphis Bleek's Southern-fried mix tape "Signed & Sealed," and David Malitz on the latest from Baltimore masters of mayhem, Double Dagger.

By Chris Richards  |  December 29, 2009; 12:04 PM ET
Categories:  Drop box  | Tags: Double Dagger, Memphis Bleek, Sarah Jarosz  
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Eh Pill is ok but Freddie Gibbs put out at least 10 better songs this year, as far as the mixtape circuit goes. And not one Animal Collective tune? Curious indeed. I do appreciate the love for the UK electronic scene, that is generally unrecognized by mainstream American publications.

Posted by: agl132 | December 29, 2009 1:49 PM | Report abuse

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