Jim Carroll

Music, Life and everything else

2009: the musical countdown

The end (of the year) is (nearly) nigh which means it’s time to recall your musical highs and lows of 2009. On December 11, The Ticket will be publishing the review of the year. Aside from the views of our …

Thu, Nov 26, 2009, 15:20

   

The end (of the year) is (nearly) nigh which means it’s time to recall your musical highs and lows of 2009.

On December 11, The Ticket will be publishing the review of the year. Aside from the views of our music and movie writers recalling what rocked and what most definitely did not rock, we want to hear from you, our lovely readers.

Some issues you may wish to consider: the albums which made you go wow, the new bands you liked, the gigs you remember fondly, the tunes you can’t get out of your head.

Some questions you might like to answer: is the era of standing in a field to watch a band over? What festivals will you be checking out in ’10? Is the O2 the bees’ knees or really just a hill of beans?

Please note that Master Donald Clarke is rounding up the year in movies here so that’s the place for your cinematic lists. And let’s leave all those best-album-of-the-decade debates for another day, alright?

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