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Oldies But Goldies: Best Of The 2000s, Letters E-F

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Ella Fitzgerald – Twelve Nights In Hollywood (2009) – There is no way for this collection of live performances to be better.

Elvis Costello and Ann Sofie Von Otter (2000) – That “Broken Bicycles/Junk” medley, man. Just beautiful.

Elvis Costello – North (2003) – “I’m In The Mood Again” is a lost Costello masterpiece from his wedding album.

Elvis Costello and Allen Toussaint – The River In Reverse (2006) – It ding donged.

Eminem – The Marshall Mathers Album (2000) – It was all over after this one.

Eminem – The Eminem Show (2002) – One of my top ten albums of the decade.

Eminem – 8 Miles (2002) – And “wanksta” introduced the world to Fitty.

Eminem – Encore (2004) – Considered a disappointment at the time. Huh?

Eminem – Relapse (2009) May I be the first to disagree with Eminem’s assessment that it is a weak album?

Fabolous – Loso’s Way (2009) – In which a rap everyman pulls off the album of his career -especially the one with Keri Hilson.

Falu – Falu (2007) – George Jarrison couldn’t do it, Haylee Mill’s son couldn’t do, no one could do it but Falu: make Indian music relevant for a Western audience. So, needless to add, everybody ignored it.

Fat Joe – The Elephant in The Room (2008) – Call me old fashioned but “I Won’t Tell” rocks.

Fiona Apple – Extraordinary Machine (2005) – Please, please, please come home.

Fleet Foxes – Fleet Foxes (2008) – Harmonizable.

Flo Rida – R.O.O.T.S. (2009) – Pure pop for now people. Don’t believe me? Try “Jump” and “Right round”.

Franz Ferdinand – Tonight (2009) – Dance music plus “Katherine Kiss Me”.

Freddie Gibbs – Flood the Hood (2009) – very powerful gangsta rap. Best flow in the biz albeit not the best MC

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