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iTunes Names "Inside Llewyn Davis," Rokia Traoré, Bombino, Jeremy Denk Albums Among Best of 2013

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on December 18, 2013 - 11:17am
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The music editors at iTunes in the US have made their selections of the Best of 2013, and featured among them are four critically acclaimed albums from Nonesuch Records: the Inside Llewyn Davis soundtrack among the Best Albums, Soundtrack; Rokia Traoré's latest album, Beautiful Africa, and Bombino's label debut, Nomad, among the year's Best Albums, World; and Jeremy Denk's recording of Bach's Goldberg Variations among the Best Albums, Classical.

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The music editors at iTunes in the United States have made their selections of the Best of 2013, and featured among them are four critically acclaimed albums from Nonesuch Records: the Inside Llewyn Davis soundtrack among the Best Albums, Soundtrack; Rokia Traoré's latest album, Beautiful Africa, and Bombino's Dan Auerbach-produced label debut, Nomad, among the year's Best Albums, World; and Jeremy Denk's recording of Bach's Goldberg Variations among the Best Albums, Classical.

To see the complete list of the iTunes music editors' choices for the Best of 2013, download the albums, and listen to the year's best music on iTunes Radio, head to iTunes now.

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iTunes Best of 2013: Inside Llewyn Davis, Rokia Traore, Bombino, Jeremy Denk

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