Options Sinner's Crossroads with Kevin Nutt: Playlist from March 24, 2016 Options

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Scratchy vanity 45s, pilfered field recordings, muddy off-the-radio sounds, homemade congregational tapes and vintage commercial gospel throw-downs; a little preachin', a little salvation, a little audio tomfoolery.

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Options March 24, 2016

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Images Approx. start time
Silver Quintette  Sinner's Crossroads   Options   VJ  1956   
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Spirit of Memphis Quartet   Atomic Telephone   Options   King  1951   
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Traveling Echoes  Never No More   Options   Aquarius  c.1967   
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Golden Gate Quartet  Atom and Evil   Options   Columbia  1946   
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Sister Emily Bram   Touch Me Lord Jesus   Options   Swingtime  1949   
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Southern Clouds of Joy   When I'm on My Mission Lord   Options   CHS  1954   
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Jewel Jubilee Singers   What Are They Doing In Heaven Today   Options   King  1949   
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Arnold Laws Specials   Glory To The Lamb Of God   Options   Savoy  1954   
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Spiritualaires of Hurstboro, AL   Be Ready When He Comes   Options   No Label  2003  Live in the studios of WBIL-AM Tuskegee, 2003. 
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Flying Clouds of Tuscaloosa, AL  Lord Lift Me Up   Options   No Label  1992  Live in the studio, Sunday morning, WTSK-AM Tuscaloosa, 1992. 
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Flying Clouds of Tuscaloosa, AL   Old Time Religion   Options   No label  1992  Live in the studio, Sunday morning, WTSK-AM Tuscaloosa, 1992. 
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Tree of Life Singers   Every Hour   Options   Tree of Life  c.1975   
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Masonic Travelers   This Little Light Of Mine   Options   J&W  c.1968   
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Johnny Jones and the Johnny Jones Singers   A Long Way From Home   Options A Long Way From Home  Creed  1972   
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Soul Seekers   Hold My Hand Jesus   Options   Odessa   1965   
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Listener comments!

Avatar 8:00pm sinner:

Thank you to all who pledged! And thank you to all who listen!
Avatar 8:01pm Brother Ray:

Well, now...
Avatar 8:01pm sinner:

What can you say-say. It's Brother Ray-Ray.
Avatar 8:03pm Brother Ray:

Good day from Bruh Ray
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:04pm Alejandro in TO:

Soundin' good as always KN!
  8:04pm V Priceless:

Hey sinner
  8:05pm Karen in Sleepy Hollow:

Very happy FMU made the goal! And thanks to you Brother Nutt, for a stellar show week after week.
  8:05pm tomasz.:

evening Kevin! great to meet you finally. evening all
Avatar 8:05pm sinner:

Hey everyones!
  8:06pm P-90:

Evenin' to you, sinner and Br'er Ray-Ray
Avatar 8:06pm Brother Ray:

Bernice head doin the metronome...
Avatar 8:07pm dale:

operator - can i have PLutonium 239, please?
Avatar 8:07pm sinner:

Johnny Ray of the Flying Clouds of Tuscaloosa easter rant coming up in second set. Stay tuned.
  8:09pm P-90:

I never say "no" to a good Easter rant
Avatar 8:09pm sinner:

Hi Karen! Killer lunch of Friday and thanks for the Leroy pledge!
Avatar 8:13pm coelacanth:

Hi Kevin. i pledged to your show whilst listening to Explorers Room; but of course i do listen to both shows...it was meant to be.
i tell you because i want you to know there was no remorse, despite my intention being stated in the comments field.
Thanks for bringing the soul and spirit all these years.
Avatar 8:14pm sinner:

hey coelacanth--none taken, of course. My pleasure,
  8:15pm P-90:

Wow! had no idea there was a subgenre of Cold War nuclear paranoia Gospel tunes! The ecumenical equivalent of '50s science fiction movies and comics. I'm blown away. (so to speak)
Avatar 8:16pm sinner:

P-90: check out the books by Guido Van Rijn.
Avatar 8:16pm Brother Ray:

One of my faves is "Jesus Hits Like An Atom Bomb"
  8:16pm board op james:

Some would say the crackle and hiss is a detriment. I would not be one of those people. I live in the crackle and hiss, man!
Avatar 8:17pm Brother Ray:

Agree with james. crackle and hiss sounds like coming home
Avatar 8:17pm sinner:

Brother James board-oping for Sinner's Crossroads tonight, brothers and sisters. I agree on the crackle and hiss. Sounds like bacon frying.
  8:18pm P-90:

Thanks, will absolutely do. Just when you think nothing's gotten by you, some WFMU host turns you on to something you overlooked completely. Bless you Sir.
Avatar 8:18pm sinner:

Like OJ with the pulp; honey with the comp floating in the middle.
  8:18pm board op james:

and who don't like bacon!?!?!!
  8:19pm Karen in Sleepy Hollow:

Glad you liked lunch. It was a delight to hang out in the kitchen, talking. I must be the last person to figure out the Leroy connection. I don't spend enough time on the streams.
Avatar 8:23pm Brother Ray:

hearing echo of Richard Penniman
  8:23pm P-90:

Just Goolged Brother Guido. Fascinated to check out his work.
Avatar 8:25pm sinner:

Pretty much every pre-1970 blues and gospel song with a topical theme is discussed. All highly recommended.
Avatar 8:26pm JakeGould:

Been listening. Just not posting!
Avatar 8:28pm sinner:

...wonder where JG is at....nevermind....
  8:30pm tomasz.:

re: the crackle and hiss... like Peel used to say, "listen, mate, life has surface noise."
Avatar 8:31pm sinner:

The sound of the BIG Bang, the background radiation noise, sounds just like vinyl hiss.
  8:32pm P-90:

clicky-star for Peel's quote there
  8:34pm P-90:

Creation itself has dusty grooves...
Avatar 8:37pm geezerette:

Yes,thanks for excellent Peel quote.
  8:40pm tomasz.:

ha ha, thanks. the context was someone telling him CDs were better than vinyl because there was no surface noise.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:41pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Where's Lyle at with a discourse on how John Peel created the character Mrs. Emma Peel when he was on tour with The Monkees?
  8:41pm stranded in blanton's:

Love the lead singer on these Flying Clouds tunes, thanks.
Avatar 8:43pm sinner:

wish I had more recordings of them.
Avatar 8:44pm sinner:

Lyle peeled out earlier.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:44pm Uncle Michael:

Good evening sinners.
Avatar 8:45pm sinner:

Hey uncle m. super cool hanging with you last week.
  8:45pm P-90:

Evening, Brother Pufnstuf Dude.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:45pm Uncle Michael:

Likewise, sir. I had a fine time in JC.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:46pm Uncle Michael:

Evening P-90.
Avatar 8:47pm JakeGould:

Snotty Nose!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:48pm Uncle Michael:

Anyone seen my B-2000?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:48pm Uncle Michael:

  8:48pm tomasz.:

Snottynose getting dissed
Avatar 8:49pm sinner:

herbal viagra.
Avatar 8:49pm Brother Ray:

verbal hiagra...
Avatar 8:53pm sinner:

Give it up for Johnny Jones, brothers and sisters.
Avatar 8:55pm geezerette:

@tomasz: Yeah the "vinyl is warmer / CDs are more accurate"
thing. I like that aural patina but there's no right or wrong,just preference. Room for everyone.
@ Ken: Channeling Lyle,come on in if you're out there!
Avatar 8:56pm sinner:

Another quick hour. Wow. Y'all are the best!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:56pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks for the music sinnerman.
Avatar 8:57pm geezerette:

Tea for the Sinnerman.
Avatar 8:57pm Brother Ray:

Five Sisters Cafe got special on pork chops this evening. With collards... See y'all there!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:57pm Lonely Planet Boy:

thanks, Sinner!
Avatar 8:58pm JakeGould:

B-2000 was a scary robot in the Terminator movies, right?
  8:58pm Karen in Sleepy Hollow:

Yes, big thanks
Avatar 8:58pm JakeGould:

@geezerette: I see what you did there.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:59pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Remember to set the alarm early on Sunday. Wouldn't want to forget to rise on that day.
  8:59pm P-90:

Thank you kindly, Brother Nutt. Congratulations on meeting your goal, and wishing you and the family a great week ahead.
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