David Soyka’s Best Folk Albums of 2015

David Soyka, host of Jumpin’ on the Best (Saturday, 4-6 pm)

In no particular order (album/artist/label)

A Most Lamentable Tragedy Titus Andronicus Merge
 

Stuff Like That There

 

Yo lo Tengo

 

Matador

 

Divers

 

Joanna Newsom

 

Drag City

 

Still

 

Richard Thompson

 

Fantasy

 

Sprinter

 

Torres

 

PTKF

 

Shadows in the Night

 

Bob Dylan

 

Columbia

 

Sound and Color

 

Alabama Shakes

 

ATO

 

I Love You, Honeybear

 

Father John Misty

 

Subpop

 

Honeymoon

 

Lana DelRey

 

Interscope

 

Crosseyed Heart

 

Keith Richards

 

Republic

 

Tomorrow is My Turn

 

Rhiannon Giddens

 

Nonesuch

 

Heart of a Dog

 

Laurie Anderson

 

Nonesuch

 

Painted Shut

 

Hop Along

 

Saddle Creek

 

B’lieve I’m Goin’ Down

 

Kurt Vile

 

Matador

 

Carrie and Lowell

 

Sufjan Stevens

 

Asthmatic Kitty

 

Sometimes I Sit and Think, Sometimes I Sit

 

Courtney Barnett

 

Mom & Pop

 

Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams

 

Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams

 

Red House

 

Sundown Over Ghost Town

 

Eilen Jewel

 

Signature Sounds

 

Something More than Free

 

Jason Isbell

 

Southeastern

 

Primrose Green

 

Ryley Walker

 

Dead Oceans

 

Ivy Tripp

 

Waxahatchee

 

Merge

 

Star Wars

 

Wilco

 

Anti

 

It’s Great to be Alive

 

Drive by Truckers

 

ATO

 

Short Movie

 

Laura Marling

 

Ribbon

 

Over and Even

 

Joan Shelley

 

No Quarter

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