Most Popular Folk CDs This Year

Updated 11/28/2014
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1.

Sigh no more.

Mumford & Sons.

2.

The Lumineers.

Lumineers (Musical group).

3.

Mythology.

Celtic Thunder (Musical group : 2007-).

4.

The very best of Peter Paul and Mary.

Peter, Paul, and Mary (Musical group).

6.

Break in the clouds.

Elephant Revival (Musical group).

8.

Leaving Eden.

Carolina Chocolate Drops (Musical group).

9.

What I know.

Rush, Tom.

10.

Lullaby.

Celtic Woman (Musical group).

11.

The High Kings.

High Kings (Musical group) Performer.

12.

Irish favorites. Disc 1.

Starlite Singers.

13.

Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop.

Paxton, Tom, 1937-

14.

Believe.

Celtic Woman (Musical group).

15.

Genuine negro jig.

Carolina Chocolate Drops (Musical group).

17.

Songs from the heart.

Celtic Woman (Musical group).

18.

Alison Krauss + Union Station live.

Krauss, Alison, 1971- Performer.

20.

In these times.

Peter, Paul, and Mary (Musical group).

23.

Celtic Thunder.

Celtic Thunder (Musical group).

24.

My dusty road.

Guthrie, Woody, 1912-1967.

25.

Sir John Alot.

Renbourn, John.

26.

A new journey.

Celtic Woman (Musical group) Performer.

28.

The wind that shakes the barley.

McKennitt, Loreena, 1957-

29.

Joan Baez in concert.

Baez, Joan.

30.

Irish favorites. Disc 3.

Starlite Singers.

31.

Act two.

Celtic Thunder (Musical group : 2007).

32.

Troubadours on the Rhine a trio performance.

McKennitt, Loreena, 1957-

39.

The bagpipes & drums of Scotland.

Band of the Gordon Highlanders (Great Britain).

40.

A friend of a friend.

Dave Rawlings Machine (Musical group) Performer.

41.

40 odd years. Disc 1, 1969 to 1983.

Wainwright, Loudon, 1946-

42.

Irish favorites. Disc 2.

Starlite Singers.

43.

Desert dance.

Nakai, R. Carlos, 1946-

45.

Peter, Paul, and Mary (LifeLines).

Peter, Paul, and Mary (Musical group).

47.

Heritage.

Celtic Thunder (Musical quintet).

48.

Children running through.

Griffin, Patty, 1964- Performer.

50.

You can always turn around.

Peterson, Lucky.