For Your Life

Song lists 2006

Top 10 National

For Your Life

1) Arab Strap, The Last Romance (Transdreamer)

2) Clipse, Hell Hath No Fury (Jive)

3) Candi Staton, His Hands (Astralwerks)

4) Lila Downs, La Cantina (Narada/EMI)

5) Be Your Own Pet (Universal)

6) Boris, Pink (Southern Lord)

7) Bob Dylan, Modern Times (Columbia)

8) Heartless Bastards, All This Time (Fat Possum)

9) Band of Horses, Everything All the Time (Sub Pop)

10) New York Dolls, One Day It Will Please Us to Remember Even This (Roadrunner)

Top 10 Local

For Your Life

1) Riverboat Gamblers, To the Confusion of Our Enemies (Volcom)

2) Scott H. Biram, Graveyard Shift (Bloodshot)

3) Butch Hancock, War and Peace (Two Roads)

4) Charanga Cakewalk, Chicano Zen (Artemis)

5) The Ginn Sisters, Blood Oranges (Sweetbird)

6) The Black Angels, Passover (Light in the Attic)

7) Peter & the Wolf, Lightness (The Worker's Institute)

8) Faceless Werewolves, Medium Freaky (Super Secret)

9) ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead, So Divided (Interscope)

10) Willie Nelson, You Don't Know Me: The Songs of Cindy Walker (Lost Highway)

10 Austin Forget-Me-Nots

For Your Life

1) Darden Smith, Field of Crows (Dualtone)

2) Shandon Sahm, Knock Yourself Out (Killingbird)

3) Ian McLagan, Spiritual Boy: An Appreciation of Ronnie Lane (Maniac)

4) Tina Marsh, Volume I: Inside the Breaking (CreOp Muse)

5) When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth, Snacks (Emperor Jones)

6) Elias Haslanger, Dream Story (Cherrywood)

7) James Hand, The Truth Will Set You Free (Rounder)

8) The Moonhangers, Home Grown (Bloodchili)

9) Paul Minor, Shadow Figure

10) Pink Nasty, Mold the Gold

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