CLA Radio 03/24/17: The Draft

What: A ConservativeLA Radio show about The Draft (Conscription) in honor of the anniversary of Elvis Presley’s induction into the Army.

When: Friday, March 24, 2017 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: None this time–too many non-Spotify sources.

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

Elvis Presley – GI Blues (1960)
British Pathe Newsreel – Conscription in USA – Call-Up by Ballot (1940)
Vaughn Monroe – Is It Love Or Is It Conscription (1940)
Count Basie and his Orchestra – Draftin’ Blues (1940)
Count Basie and his Orchestra – What’s Your Number (1940)
Nat King Cole Trio – Gone With the Draft (1940)
Andrews Sisters Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (1941)
Benny Goodman, Charlie Christian – Gone With What Draft (1941)
The Prairie Ramblers – I’ll Be Back In A Year (Little Darlin’) (1941)
Sons Of The Pioneers – (Goodbye My Darlin’) They Drew My Number (1941)
Horace Heidt – Good Bye Dear, I’ll Be Back In A Year (1941)
Cliff Bruner And His Boys – Draft Board Blues (1941)
The Prairie Ramblers – Answer to I’ll Be Back in a Year, Little Darlin’ (1941)
Chuck Foster and his Orchestra – I’ve Been Drafted (Now I’m Drafting You) (1941)
Nettles Brothers String Band – I Feel The Draft Coming On (1941)
Harry James, Helen Forrest – He’s 1-A in the Army and He’s A-1 in My Heart (1941)
Big Bill Broonzy – In the Army Now (1941)
Texas Rangers – I’ve Changed My Penthouse For a Pup Tent (1941)
McFarland Twins Orchestra – Hey Zeke (Your Country’s Callin’) (1942)
Donald Duck – Donald Gets Drafted (1942)
Four Vagabounds – Four Buddies (1943)
Popeye the Sailor – Seein’ Red White ‘N’ Blue (1943)
Benny Goodman – My Guy’s Come Back (1945)
Floyd Dixon – Drafting Blues (1949)
Looney Tunes (US Army) – Drafty, Isn’t It (1957)
Wilbert Harrison – Drafted (1961)
Big Joe Williams – Army Man Blues (1961)
Jimmy Anderson – Draft Board Blues (1962)
The Dellwoods – The Neighborhood Draft Board (1963)
Snooky Pryor – Uncle Sam Don’t Take My Man (1963)
Phil Ochs – Draft Dodger Rag (1965)
The Midnight Sons – Draft Time Blues (1966)
The Byrds – Draft Morning (1968)
Creedence Clearwater Revival – Fortunate Son (1969)
Steppenwolf – Draft Resister (1969)
Dead Kennedys – When Ya Get Drafted (1980)
Frank Zappa – I Don’t Wanna Get Drafted (1981)
Trace Adkins – Arlington (2005)

CLA Radio 03/17/17: Sick

What: A ConservativeLA Radio show loosely based on the theme of illness, in honor of my recent hospital stay for COPD-related breathing issues.

When: Friday, March 17, 2017 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: Here.

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

The Replacements – Take Me Down To The Hospital – Hootenanny
Muddy Waters – You’ve Got To Take Sick And Die… – The Complete Plantation Recordings
Led Zeppelin – Sick Again – Physical Graffiti
Jimmie Rodgers – TB Blues – Essential Jimmie Rodgers
The Beatles – Doctor Robert – Revolver
Little Feat – Rock And Roll Doctor – Live In Holland 1976
Cream – N.S.U. – Fresh Cream
Frank Zappa – Why Does It Hurt When I Pee – Joe’s Garage Acts I, II and III
Ethel Merman – I’ve Still Got My Health – 12 Songs From Call Me Madam
Gregory Isaacs – Night Nurse – Night Nurse
The Hollies – The Air That I Breathe – The Air That I Breathe
Joe Bonamassa – Black Lung Heartache – Dust Bowl
Steely Dan – Doctor Wu – Katy Lied
Flyleaf – I’m So Sick – Flyleaf
The Modern Lovers – Hospital – The Modern Lovers
Humble Pie – I Don’t Need No Doctor – Performance: Rockin’ The Fillmore
10cc – The Hospital Song – 10cc
Aerosmith – Sick As A Dog – Rocks
The Rolling Stones – Sister Morphine – Sticky Fingers
Warren Zevon – Splendid Isolation – Learning To Flinch
Buddy Miller, Lee Ann Womack – Meds – The Majestic Silver Strings
Nirvana – I Hate Myself And Want To Die – With The Lights Out
Matthew Sweet – Sick Of Myself – 100% Fun
Bad Religion – Infected – Stranger Than Fiction
Ramones – You Sound Like You’re Sick – Pleasant Dreams
Alison Moorer – Mama Let The Wolf In – Down To Believing
Jackson Browne – Doctor My Eyes – Saturate Before Using
Robert Palmer – Bad Case Of Loving You – The Very Best Of The Island Years
David Gray – Hospital Food – Greatest Hits
Langston Hughes – Intern At Provident Hospital – Langston Hughes Reads Langston Hughes
The The – Infected – London Town
Motorhead – Choking On Your Screams – Bad Magic
Natalie Merchant – Wonder – Tigerlily
Warren Zevon – Life’ll Kill Ya – Life’ll Kill Ya
Tex Williams – Smoke Smoke Smoke – Smoke Smoke Smoke
Warren Zevon – Don’t Let Us Get Sick – Life’ll Kill Ya

Re smoking: Do as I say, not as I do.

Yesterday afternoon concluded my two and a half days as the guest of Dallas Presbyterian Hospital, owing to escalating COPD–by which I mean an acute attack of being unable to breathe properly, against a baseline of a chronic inability to breathe properly. (It all sounds very clinical until you’re the one unable to breathe properly. It is terrifying.)

Even more than your average Joe or Jane, people prone to depression are also prone to rationalizing bad habits like smoking as unimportant–particularly the subset prone to suicidal ideation. The problem is, only a small minority of suchlike folks are ever going to follow through on said ideation; meanwhile, though, they often wreck their health (as well as wreck their lives in other ways, but that’s a tale for another time) with bad habits like smoking.

So here I am, in a cycle (cycle is the wrong term, since I am not bipolar, but it will have to suffice) that could be called Least Worst, Mood-Wise, dealing with the the consequences of behavior engaged in when the cycle was of a far less pleasant nature.

Oh well.

Do yourself a favor: Stop smoking before you get to the point I have. I wish I had video of myself being driven to ER, unable to breathe properly. I would gladly post it, embarrassment aside, if I thought I could persuade one reader that deliberately inhaling garbage chemicals is not such a bright idea.

CLA Radio 03/10/17: 60’s Garage Punk (postponed from 3/3)


What: A show drawn primary from two compilations: Monster Garage (60’s Garage Punk!), and Teenage Shutdown! Things Been Bad.

Also included are several songs from a Guardian Spotify playlist, and a few songs from the Peruvian proto-punk band Los Saicos (thanks to @bigjoeradio1 for the heads up on the latter).

When: Friday, March 3, 2017, March 10, 2017 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: None this week.

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

Los Saicos – El Entierro de los Gatos (1965) – ¡Demolición! The Complete Recordings
The Remains – Don’t Look Back (1966)
Lost Soles – Do You Remember (unknown) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
The Sonics – Psycho (1965)
The Yo Yo’s – Gotta Find a New Love (1966) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
Dogs – Don’t Try To Help Me (1967) – Monster Garage
Thee Midniters – I Found a Peanut (1966) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
The Roots, The Wyld – Lost One (1965) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
The Spades – You’re Gonna Miss Me (1965)
The Choab – Why Am I Alone (1966) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
The Litter – Action Woman (1967)
Wig – Drive It Home (1966) – Monster Garage
Evil Enc Group – The Point Is (1968) – Monster Garage
Los Saicos – Fugitivo de Alcatraz (1965) – ¡Demolición! The Complete Recordings
The Electric Prunes – Try Me on for Size (1967)
Beachnuts – My Iconoclastic Life (1966) – Monster Garage
Talismen – She Was Good (1965) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
Roamin’ Togas – Bar the Door (1967) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
The Barracudas – What I Want You to Say (1966) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
Grodes – Cry A Little Longer (1965) – Monster Garage
The Pilgrimage – Bad Apple (1966) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
Inner Thoughts – 1000 Miles (1967) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
Ognir and The Night People – I Found a New Love (1965) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
Cavemen – All About Love (1966) – Monster Garage
Billy Mcknight and The Plus 4 – You’re Doing Me Wrong (1966) – Monster Garage
Oxfords – Time And Place (1966) – Monster Garage
Link Wray – Hidden Charms (1966)
The Other Half – The Girl With the Long Black Hair (1967) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
The Debonaires – Never Mistaken (1966) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
The Woolies – Who Do You Love (1966)
Rain – Hear You Cry (1967) – Monster Garage
The Third Bardo – I’m Five Years Ahead of My Time (1967)
Chosen Few – Get In On Life (1967) – Monster Garage
Evil – I’m Movin On (1967) – Monster Garage
Executioners – Don’t Put Me On (1965) – Monster Garage
Los Saicos – Come On (Ven Aquí) (1965) – ¡Demolición! The Complete Recordings
Barons – Now You’re Mine (1966) – Monster Garage
Dirty Wurds – Why (1965)
Five Bucks – No Use In Trying (1966) – Monster Garage
The Saxons – Things Have Been Bad (1966) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
Peter and The Wolves – Only Everything (1967) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
The Stains – Now and Then (1967) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
Los Saicos – Demolición (1965) – ¡Demolición! The Complete Recordings
Kama-del-Sutra – She Taught Me Love (1967) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
The Pagans – Baba Yaga (1965) – Teenage Shutdown! Vol 3, Things Been Bad
Revelles – You Don’t Love Me No More (1966) – Monster Garage
Persian Market – Flash In The Pan (1967) – Monster Garage

CLA Radio 02/24/17: Sex


What: A show about sex. Simple enough.

When: Friday, February 24, 2017, 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: Here.

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

Little Feat – Join The Band, Fat Man In The Bathtub – Waiting For Columbus
The Staple Singers – Let’s Do It Again – Let’s Do It Again
Hank Penny – Let Me Play With Your Poodle – Cowboy Swing Classics Vol 2
Bettye Lavette – He Made A Woman Out Of Me – Nearer To You
X – Soul Kitchen – Los Angeles
Lucinda Williams – Right In Time – Car Wheels On A Gravel Road
Faces – Stay With Me – A Nod Is As Good As A Wink
Bo Carter – Please Warm My Weiner – Old Time Hokum Blues
Oscar’s Chicago Swingers – New Rubbing On That Darned Old Thing – Lovin’ Sam Theard
Loretta Lynn – The Pill – Gold
The Rolling Stones – Stray Cat Blues
Margaret Carter – I Want Plenty Grease In My Frying Pan – Oh, Run Into Me, But Don’t Hurt Me!
Billy Ward, The Dominoes – Sixty Minute Man – Risque Blues
T Rex – Jeepster – Electric Warrior
The Vapors – Turning Japanese – Best Of
Ella Fitzgerald – Let’s Do It – Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Cole Porter Songbook
The Rolling Stones – Some Girls – Some Girls
Monty Python – Sit On My Face – Monty Python Sings
Bull Moose Jackson – Big Ten Inch Record – Best Of The Blues
Robert Johnson – Terraplane Blues – The Centennial Collection
The Stooges – I Wanna Be Your Dog – The Stooges
Randy Newman – You Can Leave Your Hat On – Sail Away
Emmylou Harris – Wrecking Ball – Wrecking Ball
The Raspberries – Go All The Way – Raspberries
Barry White – Can’t Get Enough Of Your Love, Babe – The Collection
Mississippi Sheiks – Bed Spring Poker – Honey Babe Let The Deal Go Down
The Blasters – Hollywood Bed – The Blasters
Howlin’ Wolf – Little Red Rooster – Anthology
Marvin Gaye – Let’s Get It On – Let’s Get It On
Al Green – I’m Wild About You – Lay It Down
Julia Lee – Don’t Come Too Soon – The Very Best Of
The Gourds – Gin And Juice – Shinebox
Ma Rainey – Shave ‘Em Dry Blues – Mother Of The Blues
Memphis Minnie – Keep On Eatin’ – Hoodoo Lady
Howlin’ Wolf – Back Door Man – 20th Century Masters
Muddy Waters – Bus Driver – Hard Again
Loretta Lynn – Rated ‘X’ – Gold
Bo Carter – My Pencil Won’t Write No More – Sorry Feeling Blues
Sade – Kiss Of Life – The Ultimate Collection
Bull Moose Jackson – I Want A Bowlegged Woman – Risque Blues
Billy Ward, The Dominoes – You Can’t Keep A Good Man Down – Risque Blues
Little Feat – Rocket In My Pocket – Waiting For Columbus

CLA Radio 02/17/17: Justice


What: As suggested by Breck Nichols (with a few song suggestions from him, as well), a ConservativeLA Radio show on the topic of Justice.

When: Friday, February 17, 2017, 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: Here, which excludes additional material marked with an asterisk.

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

Webb Pierce – In The Jailhouse Now – 20th Century Masters
* LA Confidential (1997) – Justice
Marc Ribot, Buddy Miller – Barres de la Prison – The Majestic Silver Strings
* David Lindley – The Indifference of Heaven – Live in Copenhagen 09-27-2012
Big Maceo – Country Jail Blues – The King Of Chicago Blues Piano
Furry Lewis – Good Morning Judge – Good Morning Judge
* The Lincoln Lawyer (2011) – It’s Called the Justice System
Gov’t Mule – 30 Days In The Hole – Live With A Little Help From Our Friends
Joe Maphis – Lonesome Jailhouse Blues – Lonesome Jailhouse Blues
Ry Cooder – On A Monday – Into The Purple Valley
Marty Stuart – Jailhouse – Saturday Night, Sunday Morning
The Cramps – Jailhouse Rock – Stay Sick!
Tom Waits – Fish In The Jailhouse – Orphans, Brawlers, Bawlers and Bastards
Lone Justice – Vigilante – This Is Lone Justice, The Vaught Tapes
The Sensational Alex Harvey Band – Framed – Framed
* The Hateful Eight (2015) – Frontier Justice
Lefty Frizzell – Long Black Veil – American Originals
Ry Cooder – Alimony – Ry Cooder
The Runaways – Dead End Justice – The Runaways
Old Crow Medicine Show – The Warden – Remedy
Fear – Let’s Have A War – The Record
* Legally Blonde (2001) – Elle Wins!
Pigmeat Markham – Here Comes The Judge – Here Come The Judge
Warren Zevon – The Indifference Of Heaven – Mutineer
Richard Thompson – 1952 Vincent Black Lightning – Rumor And Sigh
Sam Cooke – Chain Gang – Swing Low
Pretenders – Back On The Chain Gang – Learning To Crawl
James Carter and The Prisoners – Po Lazarus – O Brother Where Art Thou
Fear – Legalize Drugs – Have Another Beer With Fear
Lonnie Johnson – There Is No Justice – Fav Blues
Jimmie Rodgers – In The Jailhouse Now – The Essential Jimmie Rodgers
* 12 Angry Men (1957) – Not Guilty
Warren Zevon – Prison Grove – The Wind
Merle Haggard – Life In Prison – I’m A Lonesome Fugitive
The Clash – Jail Guitar Doors – Sound System
Bessie Smith – Jailhouse Blues – Rough Guide To Bessie Smith
The Clash – The Prisoner – Sound System
Ella Fitzgerald – Jailhouse Blues – These Are The Blues
* The Big Store (1941) – Flywheel Takes The Case
Tom Petty – Accused Of Love – Echo
Lucinda Williams – Jailhouse Tears – Little Honey
The Sonics – Dirty Robber – Here Are The Sonics
Joe Ely – The Road Goes On Forever – Love And Danger
Traffic – John Barleycorn Must Die – John Barleycorn Must Die
Ray Wylie Hubbard – Dallas After Midnight – Delirium Tremelos

Jaw-dropping excerpt from Trump’s roundtable with county sheriffs

White House transcript:

SHERIFF AUBREY: … And the other thing is asset forfeiture. People want to say we’re taking money and without due process. That’s not true. We take money from dope dealers–

THE PRESIDENT: So you’re saying — okay, so you’re saying the asset-taking you used to do, and it had an impact, right? And you’re not allowed to do it now?

SHERIFF AUBREY: No, they have curtailed it a little bit. And I’m sure the folks are–

THE PRESIDENT: And that’s for legal reasons? Or just political reasons?

SHERIFF AUBREY: They make it political and they make it — they make up stories. All you’ve got to do–

THE PRESIDENT: I’d like to look into that, okay? There’s no reason for that. Dana, do you think there’s any reason for that? Are you aware of this?

MR. BOENTE: I am aware of that, Mr. President. And we have gotten a great deal of criticism for the asset forfeiture, which, as the sheriff said, frequently was taking narcotics proceeds and other proceeds of crime. But there has been a lot of pressure on the department to curtail some of that.

THE PRESIDENT: So what do you do? So in other words, they have a huge stash of drugs. So in the old days, you take it. Now we’re criticized if we take it. So who gets it? What happens to it? Tell them to keep it?

MR. BOENTE: Well, we have what is called equitable sharing, where we usually share it with the local police departments for whatever portion that they worked on the case. And it was a very successful program, very popular with the law enforcement community.

THE PRESIDENT: And now what happens?

MR. BOENTE: Well, now we’ve just been given — there’s been a lot of pressure not to forfeit, in some cases.

THE PRESIDENT: Who would want that pressure, other than, like, bad people, right? But who would want that pressure? You would think they’d want this stuff taken away.

SHERIFF AUBREY: You have to be careful how you speak, I guess. But a lot of pressure is coming out of — was coming out of Congress. I don’t know that that will continue now or not.

THE PRESIDENT: I think less so. I think Congress is going to get beat up really badly by the voters because they’ve let this happen. And I think badly. I think you’ll be back in shape. So, asset forfeiture, we’re going to go back on, okay?

SHERIFF AUBREY: Thank you, sir.

THE PRESIDENT: I mean, how simple can anything be? You all agree with that, I assume, right?

PARTICIPANT: Absolutely, yeah.

THE PRESIDENT: Do you even understand the other side of it?


THE PRESIDENT: It’s like some things–


THE PRESIDENT: Sort of like the Iran deal. Nobody even understands how a thing like that could have happened. It does nothing.

PARTICIPANT: You shouldn’t be allowed to profit from the illegal proceeds. So if you’re going to sell narcotics and sell illegal drugs in our country, you also cannot profit from that. And so we seize those profits.

THE PRESIDENT: So do we need any legislation or any executive orders for that, would you say, Dana — to put that back in business?

MR. BOENTE: I don’t think we need any executive orders. We just need kind of some encouragement to move in that direction.

THE PRESIDENT: Okay. Good. You’re in charge. (Laughter.) I love that answer, because it’s better than signing executive orders and then these people take it and they make it look so terrible — “oh, it’s so terrible.” I love it. You’re encouraged.


THE PRESIDENT: Good. Asset forfeiture. You’re encouraged. Okay. Yes, sir.

CLA Radio 02/10/17: Fifth Anniversary, 200th Show


What:  A show marking the fifth anniversary of ConservativeLA Radio, which believe it or not first aired on February 10, 2012. This will also be the 2ooth installment of the show.

It hardly seems possible.

But anyway, I figured the best way to mark the occasion would be by going full Generalissimo literalist, and doing a show of songs with the number five in the titles.

As always, I greatly appreciate the ongoing Tribble support for the show!

When: Friday, February 10, 2017, 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: Here, which excludes the intro.

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

Hound Dog Taylor – Take Five – Natural Boogie
The Third Bardo – Five Years Ahead Of My Time – 60s Garage Rock Nuggets
Freddie King – Five Long Years – The Shelter Years
Seu Jorge – Five Years – Life Aquatic Studio Sessions
Analog Champion – Five Years To Life – Swamp Blues
Chet Baker – Five Years Ago – Artists Favor
Brian Setzer – 5 Years, 4 Months, 3 Days – Ignition!
Johnny Cash – Five Minutes To Live – Bootleg Vol 2
Frank Sinatra – Five Minutes More – The Columbia Years
The Stranglers – 5 Minutes – IV
Dave Brubeck – Take Five – On Time
Radiohead 2 + 2 = 5 – Hail To The Thief
Pantera – 5 Minutes Alone – Far Beyond Driven
Buddy Guy – Five Long Years – Can’t Quit The Blues
The Doors – Five To One – Waiting For The Sun
Alan Jackson, Jimmy Buffett – It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere – 34 Number Ones
Gene Austin – Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue – Roaring 20’s Revue Vol 1
David Bowie – TVC15 – Station To Station
Bob Dylan – Rainy Day Women 12 and 35 – Blonde On Blonde
The Ventures – Hawaii Five-O – Hawaii Five-O
Bobby Bare – 500 Miles Away From Home – Super Hits
The Vogues – Five O’Clock World – Good Morning Vietnam
The Marvelettes – Beechwood 4-5789 – Playboy
Ramones – Durango 95 – Too Tough To Die
Patti Smith – 25th Floor – Easter
REM – Oddfellows Local 151 – Document
Chicago – 25 Or 6 To 4 – Chicago II
Elvis Costello – Five Gears In Reverse – Get Happy!
Bob Dylan – Obviously 5 Believers – Blonde on Blonde
Rolling Stones – Title 5 – Exile On Main Street
Fugazi – Five Corporations – End Hits
Jimi Hendrix – 51st Anniversary – Are You Experienced?
The Raconteurs – Five On The Five – Consolers Of The Lonely
The Jam – Just Who Is The 5 O’Clock Hero – The Gift
BB King – Five Long Years – Anthology
Billy Joe Shaver – Old Five And Dimers – Live From Austin, TX



CLA Radio 02/03/17: Gospel Blues (repeat)


The next ConservativeLA Radio show (on Duane FM in the Hughniverse, Friday night, 02/03/17, 6:00 Pacific/9:00 Eastern) will concern itself with Gospel Blues, with an emphasis on music from the late 1920s and early 1930s.

(The show was originally aired on 09/19/14. Due to potential licensing issues, two songs that were included in the original show have been removed for the repeat; minor changes were also made to two of the set announcements.)

Second-time guest programmer Matthew Berg, AKA @wnyconservative did a fine job assembling a wonderful set list!

Hope you can stop by, listen to the show, and join us in chat!

Spoiler set list:

Washington Phillips: Denomination Blues (Pt. 1)
Sister Rosetta Tharpe: Jesus is Here Today
Blind Mamie Forehand: Wouldn’t Mind Dying
Mississippi John Hurt: Oh Mary Don’t You Weep (omitted from repeat)
Mississippi John Hurt: Blind Man Sit In The Way And Cried
Blind Willie Davis: Your Enemy Cannot Harm You
Skip James: Let Jesus Lead You (Take 2)
Skip James: Be Ready When He Comes
Edward Clayborn: Death is Only A Dream
Blind Willie Johnson: Trouble Will Soon Be Over
Blind Willie Johnson: If I Had My Way I’d Tear The Building Down
Sam Collins: I Want to Be Like Jesus in my Heart
Blind Lemon Jefferson: All I Want Is That Pure Religion
Blind Lemon Jefferson: He Arose From The Dead (omitted from repeat)
Andy Mosely And Hogman Maxey: I Know I Got Religion
Reverend Gary Davis: Twelve Gates to the City
Reverend Gary Davis: I’ve Done All My Singing for My Lord
Blind Willie McTell: God Don’t Like It
Bukka White: Promise True and Grand
Bukka White and Memphis Minnie: I Am In The Heavenly Way
Robert ‘Nighthawk’ Johnson: Can’t No Grave Hold My Body Down
Blind Roosevelt Graves: I’ll Be Rested (When the Roll Is Called)
Blind Roosevelt Graves: Woke Up This Morning With My Mind On Jesus
Hambone Willie Newbern: Nobody Knows (What the Good Deacon Does)
Josh White: Joshue Fit The Battle Of Jericho
Josh White: Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dying Bed
Son House: John the Revelator
Fred McDowell: When I Lay My Burden Down
Fred McDowell: I Want Jesus to Walk With Me
Willard Artis ‘Blind Pete’ Burrell: I Shall Not Be Moved
Sleepy John Estes: God Can Use Me
Lil McClintock: Sow Good Seeds
Lil McClintock: Mother Called Her Child to Her Dying Bed
Muddy Waters: Why Don’t You Live So God Can Use You
Lonnie McIntorsh: The Lion And The Tribes Of Judah
Mississippi John Hurt: Since I’ve Laid This Burden Down
Kid Prince Moore: Sign of Judgement
Jaybird Coleman: I’m Gonna Cross The River Of Jordan
Washington Phillips: Denomination Blues (Pt. 2)

CLA Radio Hiatus (Update)

I’m happy to report that we’ve hashed out a workaround to keep ConservativeLA Radio going on Duane FM.

In addition, the Saturday Night Request Show will return (next week, so there will be no show tonight) as well, via said workaround.

Nevertheless and notwithstanding the forgoing, this is still true: