Caption: Sinner's Crossroads
Sinner's Crossroads 

Sinner's Crossroads Episode 2

From: WFMU
Series: Sinner's Crossroads
Length: 59:01

Americana and rare gospel music for the South. Kevin Nutt is the host and Deacon of the show. See playlist below. Read the full description.

Sinner_scrossroad_itunes_small Americana and rare gospel music for the South. Kevin Nutt is the host and Deacon of the show. See playlist below.

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Timing and Cues

1st Break
In cue: 7:36 [2 seconds of bed music] “We were just listening to”
Out cue: 9:24 “Here on Sinner’s Crossroads” [14 seconds of bed music]

2nd Break
In cue: 28:32 [43 seconds of bed music] “You are tuned to Sinner’s Crossroads
Out cue: 32:21 “Here on Sinner’s Crossroads” [17 seconds of bed music]

3rd Break
In cue: 51:28 [37 seconds of bed music] “And the Jackson…”
Out cue: 54:30 “And we will see you next week” [15 seconds of bed music]

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Sinner's Crossroads Silver Quintette VJ 1956 03:11
Good Evening Everyone Gospel Writers 01:54
The Man Is Alright Seven Stars Delta 1973 02:11
After Awhile Wright Brothers Gospel Singers Bluebird 1941 03:07
I Am a Soldier in the Army of the Lord Soul Stirrers Aladdin 1947 02:48
I Know the Lord Laid His Hands on Me Pearly Gates Spiritual Singers Okeh 1953 03:25
Breathe on Me Sister Earnestine Washington Dolden 1958 03:53
Let the Holy Ghost Reign Andrew Rowe and the Crusaders HOB 1966 01:34
If He Holds Your Hand Meditations SAR 1963 02:01
Come On in the Room Galileens Gospel Recording Co 02:09
Jesus Love Kings of Harmony 02:37
Stand By Me L.A. All-Stars 02:57
Hold On Six Gospel Stars Gospel Recording Co. 02:40
Ship of Zion Hummingbirds HHB 02:40
Mother's on the Train Kansas City Clouds of Joy 02:37
Let Me Walk Jackson All-Stars Delta 1973 02:35
Pearly Gates Sons of Zion 02:08
The Things I Used To Do Bruesterairs 01:15
March Theme Sensational Happy Travelers Oh Graveyard, You Can't Hold Me Always. :00

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