Episode #9- Saturday Night and Sunday Morning: Rascally Paramours, Satan's Burning Hell, Reefer and

This episode of the Old, Dingy Jukebox features records about sin and redemption. Songs for Saturday nights and songs for Sunday mornings. I thought it would be a fun idea to have an episode that features records of various styles of music dealing with these two contrasting worlds. Harcore honky tonk, blues, hokum, gospel preaching, vocal groups and country.


Hope you enjoy episode #9: “Rascally Paramours, Satan’s Burning Hell, Reefer and Streets of Glory.”


Reverend Louis Overstreet- “Believe On Me” Arhoolie F1014 1963

Mr. Memphis Minnie- “Black Rat Swing” Okeh 6707. 1943

BIll Neely- “Satan’s Burning Hell” Blackland Farmboy. Arhoolie 5014. 1974

Sonny Burnes- “Too Hot To Handle”. Starday 118. 1953

Bukka White- “I Am In The Heavenly Way” Mississippi Blues. Takoma 1001. 1970

Memphis Jug Band- “Cocaine Habit Blues” Victor 38620. 1930

The Peerless Four- “Noah” Alan Lomax’s Southern Journey 1959-60. Velvet Voices.

Hokum Boys- “Keep YOur Mind On It” Vocalion 03232. 1936

The Louvin Brothers- “Broad Minded” Capitol 2381. 1953

Reverend Utah Smith- “I’ve Got Two Wings”. Checker 785. 1953

Clint Howard and Fred Price- “Streets of Glory”. The Ballad of Finley Preston. Rounder 0009. Released 1972.

Lorraine Walton- “If You’re A Viper”. Vocalion 03989. 1938

Reverend W.M. Mosely- “Drinking Shine” Columbia 14217 1927

Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup- “Star Bootlegger” RCA Victor 22-0117 1950

The Bright Light Quartet- “I’m Tired” Alan Lomax’s Southern Journey 1959-60. Velvet Voices.




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