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My Top 5 Songs of 2017:

This is becoming a bit of a tradition for me, having started this as part of an activity for the MOOC we wrote. I have done this in 2014, 2015, 2016, and now 2017.

I love getting to the end of the year and giving myself an excuse to dig back through all the music that was released and pick some favourites to share. There were some incredible records released this year, but here are some highlights for me.

Please do feel free to join in by posting yours in the comments section below!

5. Elbow – Montparnasse:

4. Steve Earle – Fixin’ to Die:

3.  Connor Oberst – Counting Sheep:

2. U2 – Get Out of Your Own Way:

  1. Björk – Blissing Me:

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Dr Zack Moir is a Lecturer in Popular Music at Edinburgh Napier University, and the University of the Highlands and Islands. He has a strong research interest in popular music pedagogy, music in higher education, musical improvisation and popular music composition. Zack is also an active musician and composer performing in ensembles and as a soloist, internationally. Zack is one of the editors of the 'Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music Education'.

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  1. My top 5, or at least 5 that I keep coming back to are:
    Cloud 9 – Jamiroquai

    Pay Gap- Margo Price

    Runnin’ Away- Vulfpeck

    Keep On- Alfa Mist

    Desire – Kamasi Washington

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