Apostle James Moses White (MP3)
Reverend Izear (Espie) (MP3)
Deacon Jesse McWhorter with Isaiah Owens (MP3)
The final time I did my show back to back with Kevin Nutt's Sinners Crossroads gospel show here on a WFMU schedule, I gave payback for all the season's ongoing email taunts he'd shoot me during my show, closing out with some evil slabs of doom and black metal. Well, you know how radioactive Chevy Chase imperviously gobbled down Nell Carter's voodoo in Modern Problems, laughed, and then levitated her flipping her around in the air? (Sorry, could only find a Spanish language You Tube trailer.) That's what Kevin Nutt does when I volley Satanic sounds into court, because then he plays me something from his vast gospel archives that is even more scarifying. Witness (or rather hear) the recent broadcasts from Aircheck this summer Kevin compiled of assorted 1980's paid-time gospel radio shows down south he's gotten hold of, one of which included some Venusian electric accompaniment and booming, quivering vox by the late Isaiah Owens. This stuff is pure butane: "you can't go wrong as my stuff's too strong!" Rev. Izear yells with his levels in-the-red, and for all purposes, Burzum is now the Free Design, Deicide's "Standing in the Flames" is now reduced to Kermit the Frog's "Rainbow Connection." That's how it just is.