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February 02, 2006



thanks so much for posting this. can't wait to listen. 1st time to FMU's blog & enjoying every hour(!) that I've spent today.



Hating on Breakin' makes people jerks!


Hey thanks so much.... it's such a pleasure to listen to your show.... yes it's a blessing to me, where i am. Alain


truly a blessing. the sinner's crossroads archives are how i start out my work week. one of my favorite shows on the radio. thanks for offering up a former premium via the blog. respect to Kevin Nutt and Casequarter.

Pink George's Pants

This is FANTASTIC! Thank you so much for making this available, I've listened to it four times already today. The show is nice too.


Hi. My name is Adriana and I'm glad that you still carry the legacy of my grandparents The Hopson Family. Pop Hopson died last year in June and it hurt us hard because we were trying to get their music back "popular" before he died. Please contact me via e-mail to let me know if you need any information. I also invite you to hear Shantel Hobson on either or and you'll hear the legacy going on. I hope to hear from you soon.


A good place to mention here THE CARTER FAMILY & CATHY who cut a very rare album for the SIMS label in 1966.Its only mention on the Internet is because I put it there with photos of the sleeve etc on FLICKR and MULTIPLY.
Nothing to do with the real Carter Family they were able to use the name because the real ones were actually then both Mother Maybelle and the Carter Sisters.
Cathy at 9 years old was the lead singer and the group was white.Apparantly she carried on her Gospel career in Holland years later but the CD is impossible to find.So in fact is this LP.
Cathy is also on the rockabilly site ROCKIN' COUNTRY STYLE having cut a previous single indicating she was once a Hot Boppin' Girl
Possibly this LP will never come out on CD-its too obscure.Yet among the big names backing them in Nashville were Billy Grammar and Autrey Inman

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