American Blues Scene's Top Ten Blues Albums of 2013

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This year witnessed the release of stunning music by some of the absolute best artists in the industry. Among them were singers, guitarists, harmonica players, drummers, and many more. American Blues Scene’s twelve regular contributors were asked to anonymously turn in their top ten blues albums of the year, and each choice was tallied by their ranking to achieve American Blues Scene’s Top Ten Blues Albums of 2013! 

 

10 – Robert Randolph and the Family Band – Lickety Split
        (Blue Note Records)

Robert Randolph and the Family Band - Lickety Split
Robert Randolph and the Family Band – Lickety Split

 

9 – Cyril Neville – Magic Honey (Ruf Records)

Cyril Neville - Magic Honey
Cyril Neville – Magic Honey

 

8 – James Cotton – Cotton Mouth Man (Alligator Records)

James Cotton - Cotton Mouth Man
James Cotton – Cotton Mouth Man

 

7 – Ana Popovic – Can You Stand The Heat
       (ArtisteXclusive Records)

Ana Popovic - Can You Stand The Heat
Ana Popovic – Can You Stand The Heat

 

6 – Devon Allman – Turquoise (Ruf Records)

Devon Allman - Turquoise
Devon Allman – Turquoise

 

5 – Trampled Under Foot – Badlands (Telarc Records)

Trampled Under Foot - Badlands
Trampled Under Foot – Badlands

 

4 – Walter Trout – Luther’s Blues (Mascot Records)

Walter Trout - Luther's Blues
Walter Trout – Luther’s Blues

 

3 – Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa – SeeSaw (J&R Adventures)

Beth Hart, Joe Bonamassa - SeeSaw
Beth Hart, Joe Bonamassa – SeeSaw

 

2 – Tedeschi Trucks Band – Made Up Mind (Sony Masterworks)

Tedeschi Trucks Band - Made Up Mind
Tedeschi Trucks Band – Made Up Mind

 

1 – Buddy Guy – Rhythm & Blues (RCA Records)

Buddy Guy - Rhythm and Blues
Buddy Guy – Rhythm and Blues