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The Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast launched in 2018 as a way to present and discuss the albums in the Record of the Month program at the Blind Tiger Record Club. Over the years, as both the podcast and the record club have grown and developed, the Podcast has gone through many changes.

Through the years, the episode format and topics have expanded and changed. The primary focus has always been on all the albums in the Record of the Month program at B.T.R.C., which are all current releases on vinyl. Over time, however, the albums discussed on various episodes began to include the club's Spotlight Albums, New Store Additions, and Headbangers, as well as Special Event episodes including holiday specials, our annual "Best Vinyl of the Year" episode, and the LP Interview segments with featured guest artists and producers.

In the summer of 2020, The Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast joined the special programming lineup of WRLT, 100.1 MHz (Lightning 100) - an adult album alternative-formatted FM radio (Triple A) station in Nashville, Tennessee. The show was called, the Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast On Air. Between 2020 and 2022, On Air was on the radio every other Monday from 8pm CST - 9PM CST

We are now in Season Six of the B.T.R.C. Podcast with over 100 episodes recorded. Show host and B.T.R.C. founder David W. Williams has lead panel discussions on newly released vinyl for all six seasons. These panel discussions have included many guests that range from artists, managers, and producers, to other members of the music industry in Nashville.

Williams has also been joined by several co-host's through six seasons of the podcast. The current co-hosts are industry management veteran Kevin Lee and B.T.R.C. Creative Manager Jonathan Hibma. In the Spring of 2023, Williams and Hibma launched a spinoff show called the B.T.R.C. Headbangers Podcast with the obvious focus being on vinyl releases from the hard rock and metal genres featured in the Blind Tiger Record Clubs Headbangers program. Make sure you check that show out as well.

The Current B.T.R.C. Podcast episode formats fall in one of these five categories:

1) "The Club Episode" (used to be called the "The Forty Five") - On these episodes we discuss the Records of the Month released each month at BlindTigerRecordClub.com plus the monthly B.T.R.C. Spotlight Album. We currently cover all five albums in the monthly episode, usually released on the second Monday of the month. We play several song clips and discuss things ranging from song writing, producers, featured guest artists, to many other topics that relate to the specific artists and albums. It's a great way to hear new music and learn about the new and reissued releases.
2) "Spotlight, New Store Additions, and Headbangers" - This episode segment has merged or been dropped. The Headbangers segment has spun off its own monthly podcast. Search B.T.R.C. Headbangers Podcast to learn more about the new show.
3) "The LP Interview" - Guest panelists include artists, producers, songwriters, and managers directly related to the creation of a specific album and artist being discussed. While the focus is on the most recently released album from the artist we are discussing, the guest panelist talks about their career and perspective on art, culture, and the creative process of the music. We do take a deeper dive on the current album, but we often look at previous releases as well and really create a linear story of the artists career highlights, paying clips from many previous releases and important milestones, all told from the guest's perspective.
4) "The B-Sides" - Sometimes when we have guest panelists on for the LP Interview segments, we get a lot of extra "talk". When we edit our episodes down, we try to focus the interview on the album we are discussing. Many times, we discuss much more and that is all dropped in the B-Sides.
5) "Special Events" - Throughout the year we have several "Special Event" episodes. They s

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The Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast launched in 2018 as a way to present and discuss the albums in the Record of the Month program at the Blind Tiger Record Club. Over the years, as both the podcast and the record club have grown and developed, the Podcast has gone through many changes.

Through the years, the episode format and topics have expanded and changed. The primary focus has always been on all the albums in the Record of the Month program at B.T.R.C., which are all current releases on vinyl. Over time, however, the albums discussed on various episodes began to include the club's Spotlight Albums, New Store Additions, and Headbangers, as well as Special Event episodes including holiday specials, our annual "Best Vinyl of the Year" episode, and the LP Interview segments with featured guest artists and producers.

In the summer of 2020, The Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast joined the special programming lineup of WRLT, 100.1 MHz (Lightning 100) - an adult album alternative-formatted FM radio (Triple A) station in Nashville, Tennessee. The show was called, the Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast On Air. Between 2020 and 2022, On Air was on the radio every other Monday from 8pm CST - 9PM CST

We are now in Season Six of the B.T.R.C. Podcast with over 100 episodes recorded. Show host and B.T.R.C. founder David W. Williams has lead panel discussions on newly released vinyl for all six seasons. These panel discussions have included many guests that range from artists, managers, and producers, to other members of the music industry in Nashville.

Williams has also been joined by several co-host's through six seasons of the podcast. The current co-hosts are industry management veteran Kevin Lee and B.T.R.C. Creative Manager Jonathan Hibma. In the Spring of 2023, Williams and Hibma launched a spinoff show called the B.T.R.C. Headbangers Podcast with the obvious focus being on vinyl releases from the hard rock and metal genres featured in the Blind Tiger Record Clubs Headbangers program. Make sure you check that show out as well.

The Current B.T.R.C. Podcast episode formats fall in one of these five categories:

1) "The Club Episode" (used to be called the "The Forty Five") - On these episodes we discuss the Records of the Month released each month at BlindTigerRecordClub.com plus the monthly B.T.R.C. Spotlight Album. We currently cover all five albums in the monthly episode, usually released on the second Monday of the month. We play several song clips and discuss things ranging from song writing, producers, featured guest artists, to many other topics that relate to the specific artists and albums. It's a great way to hear new music and learn about the new and reissued releases.
2) "Spotlight, New Store Additions, and Headbangers" - This episode segment has merged or been dropped. The Headbangers segment has spun off its own monthly podcast. Search B.T.R.C. Headbangers Podcast to learn more about the new show.
3) "The LP Interview" - Guest panelists include artists, producers, songwriters, and managers directly related to the creation of a specific album and artist being discussed. While the focus is on the most recently released album from the artist we are discussing, the guest panelist talks about their career and perspective on art, culture, and the creative process of the music. We do take a deeper dive on the current album, but we often look at previous releases as well and really create a linear story of the artists career highlights, paying clips from many previous releases and important milestones, all told from the guest's perspective.
4) "The B-Sides" - Sometimes when we have guest panelists on for the LP Interview segments, we get a lot of extra "talk". When we edit our episodes down, we try to focus the interview on the album we are discussing. Many times, we discuss much more and that is all dropped in the B-Sides.
5) "Special Events" - Throughout the year we have several "Special Event" episodes. They s

    S5: Special Event - The B.T.R.C. Best Vinyl of 2022 - Discussing albums by Muse, Lumineers, St. Paul & the Broken Bones, Mike Campbell & Dirty Knobs, Big Thief, Panic at the Disco, Taylor Swift, Nothing More, The Interrupters, Zach Bryan, and more.

    S5: Special Event - The B.T.R.C. Best Vinyl of 2022 - Discussing albums by Muse, Lumineers, St. Paul & the Broken Bones, Mike Campbell & Dirty Knobs, Big Thief, Panic at the Disco, Taylor Swift, Nothing More, The Interrupters, Zach Bryan, and more.

    This is a Special Event episode of the Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast.  The regular hosts, David W. Williams, and Kevin Lee, are joined by newcomer Jonathan Hibma to discuss the Blind Tiger Record Club's Best Vinyl of 2022.

    In this episode, the panel discusses the "Top 20" best vinyl of 2022 in numerical order.  The albums are picked by a panel that consists of B.T.R.C. Staff, guest panelists, artists, and producers.  We briefly discuss the albums that scored eleven through twenty, and then dive into a deeper discussion on the albums that landed in the top ten spots.

    All twenty albums are 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:

    Muse - Will of the People, Lumineers - Brightside, St. Paul & the Broken Bones - The Alien Coast, Megadeth - The Sick, The Dying... And The Dead, First Aid Kit - Palomino, Mike Campbell & Dirty Knobs - External Combustion, Bruce Springsteen - Only The Strong Survive, Big Thief - Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You, Panic at the Disco - Viva Las Vengeance, Taylor Swift - Midnights, The Interrupters - In The Wild, Zach Bryan - American Heartbreak, Spoon - Lucifer On The Sofa, Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Cool It Down, Nothing More - Spirits, Zachary Williams - Dirty Camaro, The Wild Feathers - Alvarado, Ozzy Osbourne - Patient Number 9, The Vapors - New Clear Day, The Architects - the classic symptoms of a broken spirit, Marcus King - Young Blood, Weird Nightmare - Weird Nightmare, Shinedown - Planet Zero, Maggie Rogers - Surrender, Bell & Sebastian - A Bit Of Previous, Ashley Mcbryde - Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville, Jack White - Fear of the Dawn and Entering Into Heaven, and MORE...
     
     
    Whether or not you are a member of Blind Tiger Record Club, the B.T.R.C. Podcast is a great way 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 podcast are on vinyl and have been released in the last 30 - 60 days.  Most vinyl discussed on this episode were released in 2022.  The podcast 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.

    *The Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast is sponsored by 85 Supply.  Go to 85supply.com or email info@85supply.com to get started. For 5% off of your first order, simply mention "Blind Tiger Record Club" via email or over the phone with your rep. It's that simple.

    Hosts: David W. Williams, Kevin Lee, and Jonathan Hibma
    Executive Producer - David W. Williams
    A Blind Tiger Entertainment, LLC Production
    This episode was edited and mixed by the team at Sound On Studios
    Theme song written and produced by Jasen Rauch

    For more information on becoming a member of the Blind Tiger Record Club, shopping the thousands of titles in the record store, or listening to previous episodes of the podcast, go to BlindTigerRecordClub.com.

    • 2 hr 45 min
    S5: November Records of the Month - Bonny Light Horseman, Train, Lee Fields, and ZZ Top

    S5: November Records of the Month - Bonny Light Horseman, Train, Lee Fields, and ZZ Top

    On this episode of the Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast, David W. Williams and Kevin Lee discuss the Blind Tiger Record Club's November Records of the Month.

    We discuss all four styles of the B.T.R.C. Records of the Month - Singer Songwriter, Rock & Alternative, Jazz Soul & Blues, and Classics.  We talk about new releases and reissues from Bonny Light Horseman, Train, Lee Fields, and ZZ Top.  The albums from these artists are discussed and clips of songs from the albums are played. 

    We discuss the return of Eric D. Johnson, Anais Mitchell, and Josh Kaufman to the Bonny Light Horseman line up.  We also discuss the major differences between Bonny Light Horseman's  Rolling Golden Honey and their 2020 self-titled, Grammy Award Nominated album, and how this new release really makes the trio an actual "band" versus a side project.  We talk about Train's AM Gold and how strange this release has been from its Billboard numbers to its absence at Triple A radio, even though the band has a long history at the format.  We talk about the fact that Pat Monohan is a really strong frontman, but is also the only original member of the band still in Train.  We dive into traditional soul artist Lee Fields new solo album, Sentimental Fool.  We discuss the fact that this is his first album without the Expressions in twenty years.  We also talk about producer Gabriel Roth, and how he co-owns Dap-tone Records and performed and produced Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings for twenty years.   We cover ZZ Top's1983 release, Eliminator, and how it moved the band from blues based boogie rock to a more mainstream, synth driven, new wave rock.  We also discuss the important branding decisions made with Billy Gibbons and Bill Ham to include Gibbon's 1933 Ford Coupe in all the album's marketing and several music videos.   

    We also briefly discuss Taylors Swift's new Billboard record shattering new album, Midnights, and how well the album and her lead single, "Anti-hero" has done.
       
    Here are the albums included in this episode of the Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast:


    Singer Songwriter October Record of the Month:  Bonny Light Horseman | Rolling Golden Honey (Ltd. Ed. Galaxy Blue Vinyl) Rock & Alternative October Record of the Month:  Train | AM Gold (Ltd. Gold Vinyl) Jazz Soul & Blues October Record of the Month:  Lee Fields | Sentimental Fool (Ltd Ed. Orange Vinyl) Classics October Record of the Month:  ZZ Top | Eliminator (Reissue)
    Whether or not you are a member of Blind Tiger Record Club, the B.T.R.C. Podcast is a great way 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 or reissued 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.

    *The Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast is sponsored by 85 Supply.  Go to 85supply.com or email info@85supply.com to get started. For 5% off of your first order, simply mention "Blind Tiger Record Club" via email or over the phone with your rep. It's that simple.

    Hosts: David W. Williams and Kevin Lee
    Executive Producer - David W. Williams
    A Blind Tiger Entertainment, LLC Production
    This episode was edited and mixed by the team at Sound On Studios
    Theme song written and produced by Jasen Rauch
    Headbanger Intro theme by Love & Death

    For more information on becoming a member of the Blind Tiger Record Club, shopping the thousands of titles in the record store, or listening to previous episodes of the podcast, go to BlindTigerRecordClub.com.

    • 1 hr 27 min
    S5: B.T.R.C. Podcast Special Event - The Top 10 Halloween Songs of All Time

    S5: B.T.R.C. Podcast Special Event - The Top 10 Halloween Songs of All Time

    On this episode of the Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast, David W. Williams is joined by Kevin Lee and Jonathan Hibma to present the first ever B.T.R.C. Podcast Special Event:  The Top 10 Halloween Songs of All Time.  On this show, we will discuss songs by  Stevie Wonder, The Doors, Michael Jackson, Warren Zevon, Blue Oyster Cult, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Ray Parker Jr, AC/DC, Rockwell, and Bobby "Boris" Pickett & the Crypt Kickers.  The songs are discussed and clips of songs are played.  We talk about charts, both at the time of the song's original release and any "re-entry" into Billboard's Hot 100 every Halloween.  We discuss TV and Film syncs, and the many cultural impacts that all the songs have had which is why they are on our G.O.A.T. list.

    We also present other important Halloween songs that are TV Themes, big film songs, or other culturally important songs as our transitions between each song on our Top 10 list.  This allows the panel to discuss ten more songs that include Halloween defining songs such as the themes of John Carpenter's Halloween, Tales from the Crypt, The Twilight Zone, Addams Family, and Stranger Things.  We also discuss other soundtrack and Halloween songs like Danny Elfman's "This Is Halloween" from Tim Burton's Nightmare Before Christmas and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds' "Red Right Hand" made famous by the Scream franchise.  Andrew Gold's internet sensation "Spooky Scary Skeletons" and the genre bending song by the godfathers of "Horror Punk", the Misfits' "Halloween".  We also discuss a second song from the Stranger Things franchise that utilizes an amazing sampling of Journey's "Separate Ways".

    It's a really fun way to celebrate a lot of the incredible music surrounding Halloween.    

    Whether or not you are a member of Blind Tiger Record Club, the B.T.R.C. Podcast is a great way 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 or reissued 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.

    *The Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast is sponsored by 85 Supply.  Go to 85supply.com or email info@85supply.com to get started. For 5% off of your first order, simply mention "Blind Tiger Record Club" via email or over the phone with your rep. It's that simple.

    Hosts: David W. Williams, Kevin Lee, and Jonathan Hibma
    Executive Producer - David W. Williams
    A Blind Tiger Entertainment, LLC Production
    This episode was edited and mixed by the team at Sound On Studios
    Theme song written and produced by Jasen Rauch
    Headbanger Intro theme by Love & Death

    For more information on becoming a member of the Blind Tiger Record Club, shopping the thousands of titles in the record store, or listening to previous episodes of the podcast, go to BlindTigerRecordClub.com.

    • 1 hr 41 min
    S5: LP Interview with Trapper Haskins - Blood In The Honey

    S5: LP Interview with Trapper Haskins - Blood In The Honey

    Singer Songwriter Trapper Haskins joins host David W. Williams to discuss his latest release, Blood In The Honey.  They discuss Haskins' journey that arcs from a New England wood boat maker with a 2,300 mile trek down the Mississippi River, to a vintage baseball player and founder of the Tennessee Association of Vintage Baseball, to a Nashville cabinet maker, and finally, to a Nashville recording artist.  That journey includes becoming a father and writing articles that have been carried in periodicals like Sports Illustrated, Wooden Bat, and American Songwriter.

    They talk about Haskin's recording career from his early days with Trapper Haskins & the Bitter Swill, to his solo career. They discuss how the places he has lived ranging from cities and states like Memphis, Maine, NY, NC, New Orleans, and Nashville have really shaped and informed his writing.  
     
    They deep dive on Blood In The Honey, playing clips from songs as we discuss them.  They talk about the production and arrangement of the songs on the album.    

    Whether or not you are a member of Blind Tiger Record Club, the B.T.R.C. Podcast is a great way 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 or reissued 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.

    *The Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast is sponsored by 85 Supply.  Go to 85supply.com or email info@85supply.com to get started. For 5% off of your first order, simply mention "Blind Tiger Record Club" via email or over the phone with your rep. It's that simple.

    Hosts: David W. Williams and Kevin Lee
    Executive Producer - David W. Williams
    A Blind Tiger Entertainment, LLC Production
    This episode was edited and mixed by the team at Sound On Studios
    Theme song written and produced by Jasen Rauch
    Headbanger Intro theme by Love & Death

    For more information on becoming a member of the Blind Tiger Record Club, shopping the thousands of titles in the record store, or listening to previous episodes of the podcast, go to BlindTigerRecordClub.com.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    S5: October Records of the Month - Trapper Haskins, Muse, GA-20, and Journey

    S5: October Records of the Month - Trapper Haskins, Muse, GA-20, and Journey

    On this episode of the Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast, David W. Williams and Kevin Lee kick off the fall with a discussion of the Blind Tiger Record Club's October Records of the Month.

    We discuss all four styles of the B.T.R.C. Records of the Month - Singer Songwriter, Rock & Alternative, Jazz Soul & Blues, and Classics.  Normally, each style would have its own club episode, but this month, we have them all combined in one show.

    We discuss new releases and reissues from Trapper Haskins, Muse, GA-20, and Journey.  The albums from these artists are discussed and clips of songs from the albums are played.  We talk about a very special album, Blood In The Honey, By Trapper Haskins and how unique the production and arrangements are on this album.  You can catch our LP Interview with Trapper Haskins on October 24th and listen to Haskins tell us all about vintage baseball, boatmaking, and the writing and production of this album.  We also discuss Will of the People by Muse and how visual the album is even though it's not officially a concept album.  We talk about GA-20's Crackdown, the duo's follow up to 2019's Lonely Soul.  We discuss the groups traditional blues, country, and rock influence and how the pair are really "blues revivalist".  The last album we discuss is the epic classic rock album, Escape (E5C4P3), by Journey, celebrating over 40 years since its release.  We cover the albums chart positioning worldwide and the singles.  We talk about the importance of "Open Arms" to the "power ballad" at pop radio and how incredible Steve Perry's vocals are on this Journey album in particular..  We also talk about how the album was produced by former Lynyrd Skynyrd's sound engineer, Kevin Elson and Queen engineer Mike Stone as well as the role played by Jonathan Cain who replaced Gregg Rolie on keyboards for this album.  We also discuss the biggest song of the 20th century - "Don't Stop Believin'" and how it competes for downloads with a certain song by Survivor - much to that band's chagrins. 

    We also briefly discuss U2 and Bono's new book and book tour,  Surrender: 40 Songs.  We also discuss a very important milestone achieved by Apple Music and how some songs still penetrate the larger culture like "I Ain't Worried" by One Republic.
       
    Here are the albums included in this episode of the Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast:


    Singer Songwriter October Record of the Month:  Trapper Haskins | Blood In The Honey (Autographed 180G Vinyl w/ sticker) Rock & Alternative October Record of the Month:  Muse | Will of the People (Ltd. Dust Bone Vinyl) Jazz Soul & Blues October Record of the Month:  GA-20 | Crackdown (Ltd Ed. Purple Vinyl) Classics October Record of the Month:  Journey | Escape (E5C4P3)  (Ltd. Ed. 180G 40th Anniversary Remaster)
    Whether or not you are a member of Blind Tiger Record Club, the B.T.R.C. Podcast is a great way 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 or reissued 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.

    *The Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast is sponsored by 85 Supply.  Go to 85supply.comor email info@85supply.com to get started. For 5% off of your first order, simply mention "Blind Tiger Record Club" via email or over the phone with your rep. It's that simple.

    Hosts: David W. Williams and Kevin Lee
    Executive Producer - David W. Williams
    A Blind Tiger Entertainment, LLC Production
    This episode was edited and mixed by the team at Sound On Studios
    Theme song written and produced by Jasen Rauch
    Headbanger Intro theme by Love & Death

    For more information on becoming a member of the Blind Tiger Re

    • 1 hr 43 min
    S5: September's Records of the Month featuring albums by Amanda Shires, The Interrupters, Ray Charles, and David Bowie

    S5: September's Records of the Month featuring albums by Amanda Shires, The Interrupters, Ray Charles, and David Bowie

    On this episode of the Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast, David W. Williams welcomes back Kevin Lee as the second half of Season 5 officially kicks off with a discussion of the Blind Tiger Record Club's September Records of the Month.

    We discuss all four styles of the B.T.R.C. Records of the Month - Singer Songwriter, Rock & Alternative, Jazz Soul & Blues, and Classics.  Normally, each style would have its own club episode, but this month, we have them all combined in one show.

    We discuss new releases and reissues from Amanda Shires, The Interrupters, Ray Charles, and David Bowie.  The albums from these artists are discussed and clips of songs from the albums are played.  We talk about the amazing vocal production on Take It Like A Man as Shires works with producer Lawrence Rothman.  We also discuss featured artists including Jason Isbell, Maren Morris, and Brittney Spencer.  We talk about how The Interrupters In The Wild is a great follow up to 2018's Fight The Good Fight.  We also discuss how the band really finds a balance with their alternative punk style and their Ska sound.  We discuss the social relevance of Charles' a message from the people, and how his call to action still lifted up his highest ideals of America and were full of hope and inspiration.  We talk about the amazing fact that Bowie's The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars has only been certified Gold even though its full of songs that have become classic rock standards and have been synced in countless films.

    We also briefly discuss R.E.M.'s new milestone with the song "Losing My Religion" and a new collection from the world of James Bond that you do not want to miss.
       
    Here are the albums included in this episode of the Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast:


    Singer Songwriter September Record of the Month:  Amanda Shires | Take It Like A Man (Ltd. Ed. White Vinyl) Rock & Alternative September Record of the Month:  The Interrupters | In The Wild (Ltd. Opaque Aqua Blue Vinyl) Jazz Soul & Blues September Record of the Month:  Ray Charles | a message from the people (Ltd Ed. 140G Vinyl) Classics September Record of the Month:  David Bowie | The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars  (Half-Speed Remaster with Picture Disc)
    Whether or not you are a member of Blind Tiger Record Club, the B.T.R.C. Podcast is a great way 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 or reissued 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.

    *The Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast is sponsored by 85 Supply.  Go to 85supply.com or email info@85supply.com to get started. For 5% off of your first order, simply mention "Blind Tiger Record Club" via email or over the phone with your rep. It's that simple.

    Hosts: David W. Williams and Kevin Lee
    Executive Producer - David W. Williams
    A Blind Tiger Entertainment, LLC Production
    This episode was edited and mixed by the team at Sound On Studios
    Theme song written and produced by Jasen Rauch
    Headbanger Intro theme by Love & Death

    For more information on becoming a member of the Blind Tiger Record Club, shopping the thousands of titles in the record store, or listening to previous episodes of the podcast, go to BlindTigerRecordClub.com.

    • 1 hr 9 min

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Love how David and crew always cover a variety of genres and albums. This pod is entertaining, informative— an all-around great listen. If you’re a music lover — and especially if you’re a vinyl lover — don’t miss BTRC.

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