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Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast

Jun 15, 2021

On this episode of both the Blind Tiger Record Club Podcast (The Forty Five) and "On Air" on Lightning 100 (100.1 FM WRLT, Nashville, TN), David W. Williams, Rudy Newman and Kevin Lee discuss the B.T.R.C. June Spotlight Album and New Store Additions.   


Our Spotlight album is a new release that we really are excited about, but it's not part of our member's Record of the Month Program. We pick one new release every month to "Spotlight".  The other four to five albums discussed on this episode are newly added albums to the B.T.R.C. Record Store in the last thirty days.  All these albums are available for purchase at


Here are the albums included in this episode of The Forty Five and On Air:


  • Spotlight Album - John Hiatt & Jerry Douglas Band | Leftover Feelings (Ltd. Ed. 140g Golden Marble Vinyl)
  • Counting Crows | Butter Miracle, Suite One (Standard Vinyl)
  • Lord Huron | Long Last (Ltd. Ed. 2XLP Opaque Custard and Blue Gatefold Jacket Vinyl)
  • Moby | Reprise (Ltd. Ed. 180G 2XLP Gray Gatefold Jacket Vinyl)
  • Fountains of Wayne | Welcome Interstate Managers (2XLP Opaque Red Gatefold Jacket Vinyl)

Whether or not you are a member of Blind Tiger Record Club, the Forty Five and 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 hear new music.


*This episode was originally aired June 14th, 2020 on Lightning 100 (WRLT) in Nashville, TN. 100.1 FM.


Hosts: David W. Williams, Rudy Newman, 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