Season 4: The Forty Five - The Blind Tiger Record Club's Best Vinyl of 2021, Pt.2

Season 4: The Forty Five - The Blind Tiger Record Club's Best Vinyl of 2021, Pt.2

January 1st, 2022 - 1 hour 59 minutes

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This is a special episode of both the Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast and On Air on Lightning 100 (100.1 FM WRLT, Nashville, TN).  The regular panel of B.T.R.C. hosts, David W. Williams, Rudy Newman, and Kevin Lee, are joined by singer songwriter Thad Cockrell to discuss the Blind Tiger Record Club's Best Vinyl of 2021.

This is part two of a two part episode where we countdown the Top 20 Best Vinyl of 2021. The albums are picked by a panel that consists of B.T.R.C. Staff, guest panelists, artists, and producers. Pt. 1 is a podcast only episode.  We count down in descending order albums #20 - #11 and we are joined by Warren Bazemore of the Americana duo Finnegan Bell.  Pt. 2 was both a podcast and On Air episode.  We count down in descending order albums #10 through #1 and we are joined by singer songwriter Thad Cockrell.

All twenty albums are discussed on the two episodes; each with song examples and performance notes.  It's a great way to catch up on any albums you may have missed that were released over the last year.   

Here are the albums included on this episode of both the Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast and On Air:

Manchester Orchestra - The Million Masks of God
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats - The Future
The War On Drugs - I Don't Live Here Anymore
Foo Fighters - Medicine at Midnight
Big Red Machine - How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last?
The Killers - Pressure Machine
Brandie Carlile - In These Silent Days
Hiss Golden Messenger - Quietly Blowing It
Kings of Leon - When You See Yourself
Julien Baker - Little Oblivions

Whether or not you are a member of Blind Tiger Record Club, both the Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast and the Blind Tiger Record Club On Air are great ways to get introduced to some new artists and discover some albums that you may not be familiar with. All the music in our subscription program and that we discuss on this show are on vinyl and have been released in the last 30 - 60 days. The show is designed to be a discovery platform for new music "on vinyl", but even if you do not collect or listen to vinyl, it's still a fun way to explore new music.


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