WTJU Best of 2018: Peter

Peter hosts Folk & Beyond Thursday afternoon from 4 to 7 (eastern).

“There are loads more albums I enjoyed this year, but these releases kept finding their way back to my playlists throughout 2018.  As in past years, I am not including any local acts, as there are far too many which would take up the entire list.” – Peter

ARTIST/ALBUM/LABEL
Duck Baker/Les Blues Du Richmond: Demos & Outtakes, 1973–1979/Tompkins Square

David Benedict /The Golden Angle/ David Benedict

The Andrew Collins Trio/Groove/Andrew Collins Trio

The Andrew Collins Trio/Tongue/Andrew Collins Trio

The Fretless/Live From The Art Farm/ The Fretless

Fru Skagerrak/Ankerdram/GO Danish Folk Music

Victor Furtado /Dellorto Island/Patuxent

Courtney Hartman and Taylor Ashton/Been On Your Side/Free Dirt

Hawktail/Unless/Padiddle

George Jackson & Patrik Ahlberg/George Jackson & Patrik Ahlberg/George Jackson & Patrik Ahlberg

Jacob Jolliff/Instrumentals, Vol. 1/Jacob Jolliff

Kelli Jones & Joel Savoy/Toi, Tu Joues a L’amour (7″ vinyl)/Toi, Tu Joues a L’amour

Lena Jonsson/Places/Playing With Music

Kittel & Co./Whorls/Compass

Yves Lambert Trio/Tentation/La Pruche Libre

Greg Liszt/Four Finger Banjo/Greg Liszt

Los Texmaniacs/Cruzando Borders/Smithsonian Folkways

Mike Marshall & Caterina Lichtenberg /Third Journey/Adventure Music

Night Tree/Dedications/Night Tree

Sam Reider/Too Hot To Sleep/Sam Reider

Ivan Rosenberg/The Littlest Dobro, Vol. 2/Ivan Rosenberg

Sver/Reverie/Sver

Jourdan Thibodeaux et les Rôdailleurs/Boue, Boucane, et Bouteilles/Valcour

Doc Watson/Live at Club 47/Yep Roc

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