50 Best Albums of 2014

U2 unleashed a brilliant surprise, Bruce Springsteen hit a new peak, St. Vincent made deliciously weird noise and more

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Tweedy, 'Sukierae'

46. Tweedy, 'Sukierae'

A great singer-songwriter goes deep: Wilco's Jeff Tweedy enlisted his teenage son Spencer on drums for a double album of gently psychedelic folk-rock reflections. Rolling through hope, sorrow, anger and humor over 20 songs, it was one of the year's most richly detailed inner-space trips, and a semi-solo album that stands up next to the best work Tweedy has done with his main gig as of late.

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