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Top 30 Chart: November 17 – 23, 2019


Top album: Middletown by Emily Triggs 

Check out the top-played albums of the week, sponsored by Blackbyrd Myoozik.

  • = Albertan
  • = Canadian
  1. Emily Triggs: Middletown (Independent)
  2. Beck: Hyperspace (Capitol)
  3. Michael Kiwanuka: Kiwanuka (Interscope / Polydor)
  4. Matt Patershuk: If Wishes Were Horses (Black Hen)
  5. Yuka: Dreamscape (Independent)
  6. BMW: Catfish (Cayuse)
  7. Wilco: Ode To Joy (dBpm)
  8. Jay Gilday: The Choice and the Chase (Independent)
  9. Lakou Mizik: HaitiaNola (Cumbancha)
  10. nêhiyawak: nipiy (Arts & Crafts)
  11. Joe Nolan: Rootsy House Sessions (Independent)
  12. Richard Hawley: Further (Magic Quid / BMG)
  13. Begonia: Fear (Rex Baby/ The Orchard)
  14. The Bros. Landreth: ’87 (Birthday Cake)
  15. Juliana Hatfield: Juliana Hatfield Sings The Police (American Laundromat)
  16. Flor De Toloache: Indestructible (Independent)
  17. Louise Burns: Portraits (Light Organ)
  18. Lightning Dust: Spectre (Western Vinyl)
  19. Sudan Archives: Athena (Stones Throw)
  20. Liam Gallagher: Why Not Me (Warner)
  21. Stella Donnelly: Beware of the Dogs (Secretly Canadian)
  22. The New Pornographers: In The Morse Code Of Brake Lights (Concord)
  23. Bruce Cockburn: Crowing Ignites (True North)
  24. Nick Cave: Ghosteen (Ghosteen Ltd)
  25. Leonard Cohen: Thanks for the Dance (Sony)
  26. Jack Broadbent: Moonshine Blue (Crows Feet)
  27. Stray Cats: 40 (Surfdog/ BMG)
  28. Moka Only: Patina (Instrumentals) (URBNET)
  29. Charley Crockett: The Valley (Thirty Tigers)
  30. Delbert McClinton and the Self Made Men: Tall, Dark and Handsome (Thirty Tigers)