Podcasts are the weight of the player, and mostly the cost of the time. They can inform, delight, confound, and reassure. They can be what a book can be, or a movie, or a song. They have power, but it’s hard to find the way or the time or even the motivation to try something new.
It’s yours. The crackling before the audio fully starts, the smell as the needle runs across the ridges and grooves, the click of the arm as the record ends. It’s all something you own when your audio is on vinyl.
October was a sprinting month for me, but now it's time to look at revisiting reviews from the past year for December. This year we're doing ranked choice voting on seven podcasts. The Top Four will be getting a Release Day Review Revisited in December!
Trailer Park brings us crisp and clear audio, fun quips, and a laser focus in under fifteen minutes.
Liv simply does this with her usual style, and notably with some music choices that had me perking from the first chord. We are eased through what Plato set up in his Dialogues, what people think Atlantis is now, and where we are going with this mini series over the next few weeks.