The Best of 2020: Albums

The list I present you below consists of albums that I’ve found the most interesting, moving, thought-provoking, and left me with some kind of a bind to both the music itself and the period of time when they were released. I hope you’ll find that kind of connection as well. So, please, enjoy the list of 20 studio albums I’ve enjoyed the most in 2020. There are no compilation LPs, no live albums, no re-releases. Only newly-published studio releases.

Shameful Artists, Favorite Songs

This is an issue we all know too well, or maybe we're just unaware of the problem. Should we stop listening to our favorite songs because of artists' wrongdoings? Or should we stop watching TV shows for the same reasons? In the era when shameful behaviors of artists are thankfully no longer a secret, this becomes an ethical issue without a clear answer.

Living the Music

Live music is important. Live music connects people. Live music can be a life-changing experience. If you do not believe it, read the report, even though it was made by world's leading company in live entertainment. http://investors.livenationentertainment.com/news-center/news-center-details/2018/Global-Study-Reveals-Why-Live-Music-Is-One-Of-The-Most-Powerful-Human-Experiences-And-The-Ultimate-Escape-From-Digital-Overload/default.aspx