Join us as we count down our favorite albums of 2017, ranging from our local favorites to nationally-acclaimed albums. This is the first of two parts.
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The most notable change of style that Stevens took with this tour was the way in which he framed some of the new songs. While some were kept to just the bare minimum of an acoustic guitar, others were beefed up and elongated post-rock jams.