You've Never Seen Everything Named Album Of The Year By The Music Box

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Popular e-zine The Music Box has released its listing of the best albums of 2003. Topping the list is Bruce Cockburn's You've Never Seen Everything.

11 December 2003 - The Music Box was founded in 1994 as a hard copy newsletter, but has flourished since joining the internet community in 1997. The publication covers a wide array of music, including blues, jazz, country, bluegrass, folk, and the many configurations of rock and roll. Subscribers to The Music Box's e-mail list and regular visitors to its web site are treated to the latest concert and album reviews, the occasional interview, daily music news, and tour updates. In addition, members of its e-mail list are eligible to win a variety of items. This month's giveaway is a trio of U2 prize packages that include a copy of the band's recently released DVD Go Home: Live at Slane Castle, a large t-shirt, and a key chain. Since its inception, millions of people have visited the site, which now includes more than 2,000 pages of information.

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The Music Box’s Best Albums of 2003

1) Bruce Cockburn - You've Never Seen Everything
2) The Jayhawks - Rainy Day Music
3) Stephen Harris - Songs from the Mission of Hope
4) Zwan - Mary Star of the Sea
5) John Lee Hooker - Face to Face
6) Rodney Crowell - Fate's Right Hand
7) Warren Zevon - The Wind
8) Jane's Addiction - Strays
9) Po' Girl - Po' Girl
10) Neil Young - Greendale back

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