The RVA Staff Top 5 Albums of 2009 pt. 4

by | Dec 14, 2009 | COMMUNITY

Wilco: The Album
wilcoworld.net



Wu Tang: Enter The Dubstep
wutang-corp.com



Wilco: The Album
wilcoworld.net



Wu Tang: Enter The Dubstep
wutang-corp.com



Jonathan Vassar and the Speckled Bird: The Fire Next Time
jonathanvassar.com



NOBS Brass Band: Alive In Richmond
nobsbrass.com



Iron & Wine: Around The Well
ironandwine.com

RVA Magazine writer and contributing editor S. Preston Duncan’s favorite albums of 2009.

Top 5 pt. 1 – Brandon Peck
Top 5 pt. 2 – PJ Sykes
Top 5 pt. 3 – Landis Wine
Top 5 pt. 5 – John Reinhold

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