My favourite music of 2018

The music I enjoyed the most in 2018:-

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  1. A Perfect Circle, Eat the Elephant
  2. Nik Bärtsch’s Ronin, Awase
  3. Big Big Train, Merchants of Light
  4. John Coltrane, Both Directions at Once: The Lost Album
  5. Miles Davis and John Coltrane, The Final Tour 1960: The Bootleg Series Vol 6
  6. Haken, L-1VE
  7. Haken, Vector
  8. Hely, Borderland
  9. Kali, Riot
  10. King Crimson, Live in Vienna
  11. King Crimson, Meltdown: Live in Mexico
  12. Kino, Radio Voltaire
  13. Marillion, Clutching at Straws reissue
  14. The Pineapple Thief, Dissolution
  15. Regal Worm, Pig Views
  16. Joe Satriani, What Happens Next
  17. The Sea Within, The Sea Within
  18. Sonar with David Torn, Vortex
  19. Sonar with David Torn, Live at Moods
  20. Travis and Fripp, Between the Silence

Live, I enjoyed Sons of Apollo, Black Country Communion, Peter Hammill, Steven Wilson, The Aristocrats, The Pineapple Thief, Fish, King Crimson, Nik Bärtsch’s Ronin, and Sonar with David Torn.

For music from previous years, see the lists from 20172016, 2015, 20142013 and 2012.

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