Episode #335 - Top 11 Gourmet Albums of 2015 (Revisited)

April 29th, 2016
Episode #335 - Top 11 Gourmet Albums of 2015 (Revisited)

We take another listen to one of our most popular episodes of the year, where we offer our audio countdown of UTR's Top 11 Gourmet Albums of 2015 - including Gungor, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors, and The Oh Hellos

Songs Played in This Episode (12)
  • Then Came The Morning If You Don’t Love Me
    on Then Came The Morning
    by The Lone Bellow
  • Carrie & Lowell Carrie & Lowell
    on Carrie & Lowell
    by Sufjan Stevens
  • The Worthless Pursuit of ... The Worthless Pursuit of the Things of the Earth
    on The Worthless Pursuit of ...
    by Chris Taylor
  • One Wild Life: Soul We Are Stronger
    on One Wild Life: Soul
    by Gungor
  • Bows and Arrows I Know You
    on Bows and Arrows
    by Cindy Morgan
  • Medicine I’ve Got You
    on Medicine
    by Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors
  • Home A Long Way
    on Home
    by Josh Garrels
  • Dear Wormwood Where Is Your Rider?
    on Dear Wormwood
    by The Oh Hellos
  • Fire and Stone Music, They Call Me
    on Fire and Stone
    by The Gray Havens
  • Sunlight EP All of God’s Children
    on Sunlight EP
    by Jon Foreman
  • Floodplain Signal
    on Floodplain
    by Sara Groves
  • The Burning Edge of Dawn Rejoice
    on The Burning Edge of Dawn
    by Andrew Peterson

Producer Notes:

If there's one episode that deserves a 2nd spin each year, it's our annual audio countdown of the Top 11 Gourmet Albums of the Year.  Last year's list of critics' picks is an outstanding collection of gourmet music, and might make for a good entry point for someone just discovering the world of well-crafted indie music.  We feature songs from the latest work by The Lone Bellow, Josh Garrels, and Jon Foreman.  Who else released the BEST music of 2015?  You have to listen and find out for yourself.  We also allow one of our critics to pick out this week's radar rewind.  (Dave)

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