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December 9, 2007


Today's update to the master list of online "best of 2007" music lists includes comedian Paul Scheer's best albums and Between Thought and Expression's favorite albums of the year.

@EASE (top albums)
/dev/random (top albums)
autopoietician (top prog albums)
AZLTRON (top albums)
beetlebum (top Canadian albums)
Between Thought and Expression (favorite albums)
The Congregation of Taste-Making Aficionados (top albums)
Crucial Minutae (best albums)
Cuddlefish (favorite albums)
Einstein, Disguised as Robin Hood (top albums)
eMusic (bestselling albums)
Entertainment Realm (favorite albums)
Frieze (music highlights)
The Good, The Bad And The Plain Old Lazy (top albums)
How's the Pie? (top songs)
journalestaloco (top albums)
I'm Just Saying Is All... (albums)
kgb v2.0 (top albums)
A Letter for the Stars (best albums)
A Letter for the Stars (best singles)
A Letter for the Stars (best videos)
londonarab (top albums)
A Love Supreme Dreaming... (top hip hop songs)
lucas membrane (top albums)
Metromix New York (best albums & shows)
mp3hugger (top songs)
Musical Constructivism (best albums)
mybigmouthstrikesagain (best albums)
Paul Scheer (best albums)
Pirage's Massive (best death metal albums)
Pirage's Missive (top melodic metal albums)
Radio Cure (favorite songs)
Relevant (top albums)
rossandroll (top revelatory moments)
Sound on the Sound (best EPs)
This Ain't a Scene (top concerts)
Transatlanticism (top albums)
Useless Film Snob Reviews (best albums)
Wharman (favorite albums)
With This I Think Im Officially A Yuppie (top albums)
You Set the Scene (top Los Angeles albums)

see also:

the constantly updated list of online "best of 2007" music lists
the complete list of online "best of 2006" music lists

The Albany Times Union reviews recently released music DVDs.

In the Los Angeles Times, authors Cynthia Ozick and Sam Lipsyte review Amazon's digital book reader, the Kindle.

White Stripes frontman Jack White talks to the Los Angeles Times about his limited edition Holga camera.

"On mine you can also change the flash to red," he says as he inserts two AA batteries in the Holga, then attaches it to an instant camera back, which blocks the viewfinder. "They're completely unpredictable things, that's the whole beauty of them. It's completely unpredictable what kind of light leakage you'll get and what kind of results you're going to get. . . ."

The Toronto Star lists the Toronto highlights of Led Zeppelin's career. Jam! offers a post-Zeppelin chronology of the individual band members.

The Salt Lake Tribune offers fiction and non-fiction gift book suggestions.

In the Los Angeles Times, David L. Ulin examines the pleasures (and pains) of re-reading cherished novels.

The Boston Globe examines "how crime fiction shaped the way we see the world."

TKTGYSMR is sharing several mp3s of live Bjork performances.

The Washington Post lists five things yo may not know about Grammy winner, US senator and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Clinton took a ribbing earlier this year when a YouTube video surfaced of her singing the national anthem. But the truth is that she holds one entertainment award few in politics can boast: a Grammy. That's right, Clinton won the award in 1997 for Best Spoken Word Album for the audio edition of her book "It Takes a Village."

Thirsty interviews singer-songwriter Leslie Feist.

Nada Surf's Matthew Caws talks to Billboard.

With the season over, Baseball Digest Daily is examining baseball books. First up is Ring Lardner's novel, You Know Me, Al.

Observer readers interview the members of Radiohead.

The Documentary Blog lists the top 25 documentaries of all time.

Stereogum examines some music bloggers' best album of 2007 lists, including mine.

Drawn lists its favourite comics and art book of the year.

also at Largehearted Boy:

2007 online music lists
Daily Downloads
Try It Before You Buy It (mp3s and full album streams from this week's CD releases)
this week's CD releases


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