Blood Done Signed My Name

•April 20, 2014 • Leave a Comment


 Gospel Revue (& Medicine Show) – Must Jesus Bear The Cross Alone

The Five Blind Boys of Alabama ft Clarence Fountain – Must Jesus Bear The Cross Alone
The Radio Four – Blood Done Signed My Name
Arizona Dranes – Crucifixion
Tommy Collins – Jesus keep me nearer the cross
Carl Smith with the Carter Sisters and Mother Maybelle – Blood That Stained the Old Rugged Cross
Gillian Welch – By The Mark
Swan Silvertones – At The Cross
The Abyssinian Baptist Gospel Choir – You’ve Got To Bear The Consequence
Sam Cooke With The Soul Stirrers – Touch The Hem Of His Garment
Johnny Cash – Were You There (When They Crucified My Lord)

Songs About Trucking

•April 18, 2014 • 1 Comment


Dick Curless – Truck Stop
Hylo Brown – Truck Drivin’ Man
Red Sovine -Truck Drivin’ Son Of A Gun
Dave Dudley – I’ve Been Everywhere
Spade Cooley & His Orchestra – Three Way Boogie
Stanley Brothers – Rollin’ On Rubber Wheels
Bud Brewer – Caffeine Nicotine Benzedrine
Robert Mitchum – Ballad of Thunder Road
Moore & Napier – Truck Driver’s Queen
Willie Nelson – On The Road Again
Billie Jo Spears – Get Behind Me Satan And Push
Commander Cody – One Man’s Meat (Is Another Man’s Poison)
Lucky Tubb & The Modern Day Troubadours – Sweet Mental Revenge
Eddie Hazelwood – Truck Drivin’ Woman
Legendary Stardust Cowboy – Rubber Hits The Road
Tiny Hill – Diesel Smoke Dangerous Curves
Coleman Wilson – Radar Blues
The Handsome Family – Bottomless Hole
Johnny Dowd – Just to Touch Her Cheek
Dolly Parton – Banks of the Ohio
My Darling Clementine – I Won’t Satnd By Him
Roy Orbison – Blue Bayou
The Everly Brothers – When Will I Be Loved
John Fogerty – Paradise
Ralph Stanley – Wreck On The Highway
Lyle Lovett – Don’t Mess With Texas
Robert Earl Keen – The Road Goes On Forever
Trampled by Turtles – Where Is My Mind?
Uncle Tupelo – Looking For A Way Out
Neko Case – I’m From Nowhere
Holly Golightly – Don’t Shed Your Light
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band – Harry Irene
Tom Waits – Home I’ll Never Be
Come – Middle Of Nowhere
The Velvet Underground – Ride into the Sun
Dirty Three – Indian Love Song (Demo)
Charlie Parr – Henry Goes to the Bank



Sweethearts Of The Radio

•April 17, 2014 • Leave a Comment


Back agin tomorrow with Earl at the wheel with some truck songs and what all, @ 10 pm

Farther Along

•April 13, 2014 • Leave a Comment


Mornin’ friends, Brother Earl here with you all again today and the sure and certain knowledge that one day all will come clear to us, even what happens when the Welfare turns it’s back on you as Brother King considers for us. We got some righteous Sisters singin’ out for us today as well, gets a little fiery so go on and get the tambourine and get ready to shake what the Good Lord gave you…

Gospel Revue (& Medicine Show) – Farther Along

Black Ace – Farther Along
Freddy King -(The Welfare) Turns It’s Back On You
Sister Wynona Carr – Don’t Miss That Train
The Chuck Wagon Gang – (We Are Climbing) Jacob’s Ladder
Stafford Coombs – Bright Blue Galilee
Holy Ghost Sanctified Singers – Sinner I’d Make a Change
Rev. Alex Bradford – When My Time Comes
Clara Ward Singers – Faith That Moves Mountains
Sister Myrtle Fields w/Austin McCoy Trio – I’m Toiling
The Meditation Singers – Jesus Be A Fence Around Me



Climbing Higher Mountains

•April 6, 2014 • Leave a Comment


Not sure Ezekiel saw the wheel of the christian automobile friends but here’s today’s songs sheet for y’all, those of a mind too can click the title and download for private reflection

Gospel Revue 42 – Climbing Higher Mountains

Alabama Sacred Harp Singers – Cuba
The Masters Family – That Little Old Country Church House
Willard Artis ‘Blind Pete’ Burrell – A Little Talk With Jesus Makes It Right
Arizona Dranes – John Said He Saw A Number
Joiner’s Five Trumpets – Where Can I Go
Robert ‘Nighthawk’ Johnson – Climbing Higher Mountains
The Staple Singers – I’ve Been Scorned
Veteran Singers – Leaning On Jesus
Babe Stovall -When the Circle Be Unbroken
Dixie Hummingbirds – Ezekiel Saw The Wheel
The Gospel Hi-Lites – Ease My Troublin’ Mind

Startin’ To Hate Country

•April 4, 2014 • Leave a Comment


Alright then friends, I guess some of you are aware Randy/Stagger Lee is headed down to Texas and he left me in charge of Sweethearts for y’all, it’s been fun doin’ it. We got a fat bunch of jukebox rocking tunes this time, and it gots to say it kinda leant heavy on his whole Texas roadtrip thing, lotsa Texas country, some Louisiana. We gots Rock ‘n’ Roll, Bluegrass, Rhythm and Blues, a little Soul and more. Those of you alarmed by the title, have a listen to the song on here of that name by Austin legends the Asylum Street Spankers – it’s about hatin’ on all that shiny-big hat-Nashville-goddamn Bon Jovi-suburb ‘n’ western horseshit. This here’s the full disclosure on tonight’s 10th Sweethearts of The Radio, which will be repeating next week in the now familiar fashion 10-12 on I hope y’all enjoyed it.

 Sweethearts Of The Radio #10 – Startin To Hate Country

Dick Curless  -  Juke Box Man
Dale Watson  -  Drink Drink Drink
Hank Thompson  -  Deep In The Heart Of Texas
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys  -  I’m a Ding Dong Daddy
Asylum Street Spankers  -  Startin’ to Hate Country
Shooter Jennings  -  The White Trash Song (Ft Scott H. Biram)
Johnny Cash  -  Baby Ride Easy
George Jones  -  Vitamins Love
The Everly Brothers  -  Sleepless nights
Johnny Sonnier  -  Sad Lover
Southern Culture On The Skids  -  Shotgun
Reverend Horton Heat  -  Longest Gonest Man
Leona Williams  -  Cheese Cake And Apple Pie
Buck Owens  -  Only Daddy That’ll Walk That Line
Merle Haggard  -  Drink Up And Be Somebody
Red & Ernie  -  Too Old To Cut The Mustard
Guitar Slim Green with Johnny & Shuggie Otis  -  Shake ‘Em Up
Charles Sheffield  -  Boogie Children
Nikki Hill, Deke Dickerson With The Bo-Keys  -  Struttin’
Gene Clark With The Gosdin Brothers  -  So You Say You Lost Your Baby
Jerry Reed  -  Amos Moses
Elvis Presley  -  Raised on Rock
The Cramps  -  People Ain’t No Good
Wanda Jackson  -  Old Weakness (Coming On Strong)
Dolly Parton  -  Randy
Wayne Hancock  -  Louisiana Blues
Big Walter  -  San Antonio
JD Wilkes & the Dirt Daubers  -  No Rest for the Wicked
Cheap Trick  -  I Want You to Want Me (alternate)
Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox  -  Die Young
Violent Femmes  -  Sweet Misery Blues
Jimmie Dale Gilmore & The Wronglers  -  Big Rock Candy Mountain
Trampled by Turtles  -  New Orleans
Laura Cantrell  -  All the Girls Are Complicated
Tammy Wynette  -  Apartment #9
Lyle Lovett  -  She’s Leaving Me Because She Really Wants To (live)
Robert Earl Keen  -  Corpus Christi Bay
Hayes Carll  -  Knockin’ Over Whiskey
Hurray For The Riff Raff  -  St. Roch Blues
Mississippi John Hurt  -  Stagolee



The Christian’s Automobile

•March 30, 2014 • Leave a Comment


Alright friends, we hope you’re all well. Here’s the hymn sheet for this Sunday’s service, we got a belting blues-y version of Christians Automobile to hang it all on, along with some old timey bluegrass stylins, some thumpin’ ana hollerin’ fife and drum and a righteous tune from the ‘new’ Johnny Cash record. All o’that in just a short half hour whats gonna make you feel blessed and put a pep in your step…

Gospel Revue – The Christian’s Automobile

Mississippi John Hurt – Since I’ve Laid My Burden Down
Ralph Stanley – On Heaven’s Bright Shore
Willie Nelson – Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down
Johnny Cash – I Came To Believe
The Sojourners – Christian’s Automobile
Fiddlin’ John Carson & His Virginia Reelers – Gonna Swing On The Golden Gate
Freakwater – Washed in the Blood
Ephram Carter and His Fife & Drum Band – Sorrow Come Pass Me Around
Reverend Rubin Lacy – Talk About a Child That Do Love Jesus
Spiritualaires – Lay Down My Burden


click the title to download friends, and take Brother Earl with you on your walk to work


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