Caption: Sinner's Crossroads
Sinner's Crossroads 

Sinner's Crossrads Episode 26

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

Gospel music from the American South. Kevin Nutt is the host and Deacon of the show. Playlist below. Read the full description.

Sinner_scrossroads_itunes_small Gospel music from the American South. Kevin Nutt is the host and Deacon of the show. Playlist below.

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Timing and Cues

1st Break
In cue: 8:49 [22 seconds of bed music] “And you are tuned to Sinner’s Crossroads”
Out cue: 10:46 “Here on Sinner’s Crossroads” [8 seconds of bed music]

2nd break
In cue: 31:27 [22 seconds of bed music] “That was Birmingham Alabama’s ‘Sterling Jubilee Singers’… ”
Out cue: 34:34 “Here on Sinner’s Crossroads” [24 seconds of bed music]

3rd break
In cue: 53:22 [28 seconds of bed music] “Reverend J.T. Bell…”
Out cue: 55:41 “And we’ll see you next week” [9 seconds of bed music]
Hopson Singers Good Time c.1975 2:49

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Sinner's Crossroads Silver Quintette VJ 1956 03:07
I'm So Happy In The Service Of The Lord Soul Stirrers Specialty 1953 02:18
Prayer Changes Things Sellers Brothers Geodal 1973 02:40
Singers Way Down In Egyptland Birmingham Jubilee Vocalion 1930 03:18
Precious Lord Soul Stirrers Bronze 1939 03:04
My Time Has Come Southern Revivalists Spirituals 1948 02:27
Vacation In Heaven Annette May Specialty 1955 03:28
Jesus Stepped Right In Holy Temple Chorus of Newburgh, NY Rae-Cox 1967 03:45
Every Time I Try To Do My Best Sterling Jubilee Singers Best No Label Courtesy Archive of Alabama Folk Culture 1996 04:24
Pray On Staple Singers Gospel 1959 02:45
There Is Someone Who Cares Rev Charles Polk No Label 1975 05:17
I'm On My Way To Heaven Original Southern Travelers Richburg 1967 02:51
Blessed Assurance Mighty Royal Silvertones Gospel Way 1971 03:08
Heaven Knows I Tried Rev J T Bell and the Soul Shouting Weeks Sisters HSE 1973 03:18
Good Time Hopson Singers 1975 02:49

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