Update to Hello, Goodbye and We’ll Meet Again Robert… and the Robert List.

It’s been over a month since I first wrote about Stage 4 cancer patient Robert Keith and his family. Many have asked what has happened to them. Some have asked how did God answer all the prayer that happened on Saturday September 3, 2011. I want you to know all this and more because it is quite remarkable.

First of all, Robert is still with us and we celebrate the time that the family has been given together. This week, his hip was pushed out of joint by tumor growth and he is in a lot of pain. The pain management staff are doing all they can to make him comfortable. I wish that was all the bad news to report but that is minor compared to what you will read. The very Saturday we all enjoyed an uninterrupted 80 minutes of his favorite music both his wife and adult son learned that they were being laid off from their jobs at a local hotel.

Robert’s Medicare benefits ran out a few weeks ago and he was moved to a different hospice who accepted Medicaid about a block away from the rented home where his family was living. Yes, that was not a typo. They were evicted by force last Saturday due to no fault of their own. The homeowner had defaulted on the mortgage so the bank foreclosed. Because Robert’s wife and adult son no longer had jobs, they were given 24 hours to move out. Without visible means of support, the bank would not work a payment plan for their month to month lease for which they had always made timely payment.

This is where they went. Right back to the very hotel where they were laid off. The manager has allowed them to live temporarily and will accept any payments they can make on a discounted rate for the month of October. There is no assurance beyond that.

Robert’s wife and son are handling all this with an amazing confidence in God’s plan for their lives. Right now, their focus is on Robert and not on the accompanying drama. Having additional time to share with a loved one is priceless. Not having to work at such a time, which allows for more time together can also be a blessing.  Despite all the negative circumstances — this family has spent a lot of quality time with one another. That is the bottom line.

Perhaps not having to deal with keeping up a home is also a real time saver. This too allows for more time to be spent with the loved one. But being suddenly uprooted is never a nice experience. So on Saturday, October 8th, we’re going to feature songs from the Robert List all day long. Plus, I’m going to play a few special ones for his wife and son. If you would, pray again for the Keith family. I know at the very minimum they need encouragement after all they’ve endured and the ordeal is not over yet.

THE ROBERT LIST

1. Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music? by Larry Norman

2. For the Sake of the Call by Steven Curtis Chapman

3. Strong Tower by Kutlass

4. More Power To Ya by Petra

5. Love Broke Thru by Phil Keaggy

6. Three Wooden Crosses by Randy Travis

7. Beyond Belief by Petra

8. Love Takes Time by Bryan Duncan

9. Ancient of Days by Bob Ayala

10. Shout to the Lord by Darlene Zschech

11. He Reigns by Newsboys

12. He’s Alive by Don Francisco

13. There Is A River by The Gaithers

14. Easter Song by 2nd Chapter of Acts

15. Shine by Newsboys

16. Grave Robber by Petra

17. Destined To Win by DeGarmo & Key

18.Awesome God by Rich Mullins

19. Praise You In This Storm by Casting Crown

SnT Radio.com will play one song approximately every hour from this list beginning at 12:00am EST Saturday, October 8, 2011.

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Blessings,
James Burkhardt
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Outlaw Gone Good and Rick Cua Playlist for SnT Radio.com Spotlight – Saturday, October 1, 2011

Outlaw gone good? Ever hear the song “Ghost Riders in the Sky”? It was featured in film Blues Brothers 2000. It’s been around for a long while in the Country genre with roots in what used to be know as Western as in Country & Western.
It was recorded again in 1975 on the debut album by a group of “southern rockers” from Tampa, FL called The Outlaws. The song gained Rock radio airplay and The Outlaws career was launched. Two years after he became a Christian in 1977, Syracuse NY based musician Rick Cua joined the Outlaws. He sang and played bass on two albums before they disbanded in 1982. At some point before the Outlaws break up, Rick was introduced to the Christian Music scene by former Paul McCartney & Wings drummer, Joe English. Rick’s debut Koo-Ah (the pronunciation of his last name) on Refuge Records featured many general market guest musicians from bands like Wet Willie, The Outlaws plus independents like Joe English and Robbie Dupree, who charted a top 10 hit of his own in 1980. In fact, Dupree and Marty McCall (of Fireworks and later First Call) did background vocals on Cua’s single “Fly Me To Heaven” which was released to the general market. All this was very cool stuff for 1981 – 1982. The radio spot that Refuge Records produced to introduce Rick Cua used the theme “Outlaw gone good”, complete with pistol shoots and ricochet sound effects straight out of a good Western TV show or movie.

I first met Rick Cua around a single day outdoor festival event in suburban Chicago that a few hundred people attended called the Harvest Rockfest. In the lineup was Prodigal, Fireworks, Rick Cua (who had guitarist Dave Perkins in the backing band with him that day – and turned many heads with his awesome slide guitar work), Denny Correll and DeGarmo & Key playing from 1pm until about 11pm when the authorities told us to stop. There is a lot more to share about how the Lord used that humble event to His glory but that is for another blog. For someone who hung around the southern rock and stadium scene with the likes of The Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynryd, Rick Cua was remarkably well grounded and down-to-earth. I might offer my two cent opinion that his bass playing style and sound is distinctive. Certainly not your garden variety rock bass playing (think KISS). He’s the only bass player I’ve ever seen headline solo without a band in concert and pull it off with just backing tracks. That is really quite a feat of showmanship and performance.

Over the years, Rick turned down offers to play in other touring bands like Spyro Gyra in 1983 and a re-formed Outlaws lineup in 1986 since he became known for his Christian Music. His wife and daughters have helped — I know he credits his wife Diana for some of the beautiful love songs he writes and a song each is dedicated to his two daughters on Within Reach. Listen for “Diamond Girl” and “Fifteen” this Saturday. Included are some unique cuts from Like A Cool Drink, his project with the Ah-Koo-Stiks and a clever word play on his name even if he hasn’t become a household one. But after nearly 30 years of music ministry on the run (so to speak), Rick Cua has lived up to the moniker, “Outlaw gone good.”

Rick Cua

1. Fly Me to Heaven from Koo-Ah

2. You Can Still Rock ‘n’Roll from Koo-Ah

3. He Lives In Me from No Mystery

4. One Way Out from No Mystery

5. Changed from No Mystery

6. Help Me Out from No Mystery

7. Don’t Say Suicide from You’re My Road

8. Wear Your Colors from Wear Your Colors

9. Forever Yours from Can’t Stand Too Tall

10. We Are All The Same from Can’t Stand Too Tall

11. For The Love of God from Can’t Stand Too Tall

12. I’ll Be Satisfied from Midnight Sun

13. Young Boy, Young Girl from Midnight Sun

14. Heaven Won’t Stop The Rain from Within Reach

15. Message of Love from Within Reach

16. Fifteen from Within Reach

17. Diamond Girl from Within Reach

18. Dedicated from Midnight Sun

19, What If from The Way Love Is

20. Itala Americano from Times Ten

21. Bull By The Horns from Times Ten

22. Jesus Changes Everything from Like A Cool Drink

23. Gotta Have Heart from Like A Cool Drink

24. Bad Things Good People from Like A Cool Drink

SnT Radio.com will play one song approximately every hour from this list beginning at 12:00am EST Saturday, October 1, 2011.

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Blessings,
James Burkhardt
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Flooded out and the SnT Radio Farrell & Farrell Playlist for Saturday, September 24, 2011.

Flooded out. That’s what happened to Bob & Jayne Farrell in the Nashville flood May 1 and 2, 2010 which devastated parts of Davidson county Tennessee which includes Nashville. They lost nearly everything they had. A group of musician friends whom you might recognize put on a benefit concert and helped them raise money to cover their losses. We even ran some direct appeals for gifts on SnT Radio.com.   Here’s a press release taken from the Kawai website.

Nashville, TN • September, 2010– Many people from all walks of life were adversely affected by the historic springtime flood this year in Nashville, TN. Legendary Christian music songwriters and Kawai artists Bob and Jayne Farrell were among those hardest hit. Over five feet of flood waters inundated their home and studio, wiping out virtually everything in its path.Among the items lost was the Farrell’s prized white Kawai grand piano which they had owned since the 1970’s. Many of the Farrell’s award-winning songs were penned on that very instrument and its loss was particularly heart-breaking to the duo. Amy Grant
On July 28th, a team of prominent musicians, including Amy Grant, came together in a benefit concert for the Farrells. Kawai Artist and inspirational speaker, Kim Deardorff, offered words of support on behalf of Kawai America and its local dealer, Shuffs Music. In cooperation with benefit concert committee, Kawai and Shuffs announced plans help the Farrells to acquire a new instrument once they return to their home and studio.“The benefit concert was a tremendous success”, stated prominent Nashville songwriter and committee member Deby Dearman. “We are very proud of how our community of musicians, singers and songwriters has reached out to assist and support the Farrells in their time of great need. We are also very appreciative of the efforts of Kawai and Shuffs Music in helping the Farrells ultimately replace their prized Kawai grand piano.” Persons interested in making donations or providing other assistance are urged to visit the official “Save Farrell and Farrell” page on Facebook.Click here to view a video of the destruction and recovery process.
About Farrell and Farrell…
The husband and wife duo of Farrell and Farrell recorded albums from 1977 to 1991, and was a pioneering force in the emerging Contemporary Christian music genre. Their music ministry took them all over the world, including several trips behind the Iron Curtain. After retiring from touring, Bob Farrell turned to songwriting full time and has penned music for many prominent Christian and Pop music artists including Michael W. Smith, Amy Grant and Sandi Patty. For more information, visit www.farrellandfarrell.com.
Bob & Jayne Farrell

Many will testify that Bob & Jayne Farrell are two of the nicest and down-to-earth music industry people alive. Let me give you just one example. Back in the mid-80’s the FM radio station I managed WCRM 103.9 was contemplating a increase of power and tower height application to the FCC. It was a bit of a long shot but we wanted to try. The goal was to reach into the downtown and northside Chicago city limits from a far Northwestern suburb of Dundee, IL with a stronger broadcast signal. This was an expensive gamble at best so we were very careful about jumping in and risking funds that might be otherwise directed to help orphans with food and shelter as well as hospital missions in India where AMG International (the parent organization) had works. As a general rule, all the stations profits were earmarked into such mission works. Of all the artists and bands WCRM played, promoted and helped sell records for, ONLY Bob and Jayne Farrell offered to help WCRM in their efforts by volunteering to play in a benefit concert if we chose to have one or help us in any way they could. An event like that was being considered because a lot of people wanted to hear the station that couldn’t due to signal problems. Many let us know they would come to a concert where the net receipts might help improve their ability to hear WCRM’s music programming. The Farrell’s generous gesture made quite a lasting impression on me.

Like the other power couples: Sanctus Real, Michael & Stormie Omartian, and Seawind’s Bob & Pauline Wilson; Jayne’s voice brings life to Bob’s songs in a very ear pleasing fashion. From power pop to techno punk to angelic Praise, Jayne Farrell delivers. As a songwriter, Bob is simply one of the very best. Both his sensitive lyrics and his melodies are usually extremely well crafted. Those songwriting skills have aged over the years like a fine vintage wine. Songs like He Reigns and Heart for the Homeless are two prime examples of musical elegance and masterful excellence. Plus, Bob knows how to create a catchy pop phrase that just won’t leave your mind without a sheriff’s escort at a forced eviction. I once wrote in a record review for Christian Retailer and Christian Life (now Charisma) Magazine the “the opening riff to Let The Whole World Know is one of the most catchy hooks ever recorded in Contemporary Christian Music.” I still stand by that statement today some 27 years later. It is just plain infectious. Listen for it on Saturday and enjoy!

FARRELL & FARRELL

1. People in a Box from Jump To Conclusions

2. Get Right or Get Left from Choices

3. Hosanna Gloria from Choices

4. Manifesto from Manifesto

5. People All Over The World from Manifesto

6. Heart of the Homeless from Superpower

7. Eternity In Their Hearts from Superpower

8. It’s Gonna Take Love from Superpower

9. Make Me Ready from Make Me Ready

10. To Know That I’m Loved By You from Make Me Ready

11. American Man from Jump To Conclusions

12. The Meek & the Mighty from Jump To Conclusions

13. Boundless Love (live) from Let The Whole World Know

14. Jailhouse Rock (live) from Let The Whole World Know

15. Let The Whole World Know (live) from Let The Whole World Know

16. Fallen from A Portrait of Us All

17. All You Need from A Portrait of Us All

18. Earthmaker from Farrell & Farrell

19. Livesaver from Farrell & Farrell

20. Homesick Soldier from Farrell & Farrell

21. Adoption from Farrell & Farrell

22. He Reigns from Choices

23. Old Friends from Make Me Ready

24. All You Need (live) from Let The Whole World Know

SnT Radio.com will play one song approximately every hour from this list beginning at 12:00am EST Saturday, September 24, 2011.

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James Burkhardt
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SnT Radio.com Playlist for Saturday Spotlight 9/10/2011 Michael W. Smith

Michael W. Smith has made one of the biggest contributions to Contemporary Christian Music ever in a career that began in 1982. It was a seminal song called “Great Is The Lord“. What??? I know you were probably expecting to see “Friends” or the Billboard Top 5 crossover “Place in This World“. Ok. Take a breath. Here is my reasoning. The roots of Contemporary or what is also called Modern Worship can be traced back to this song. Like the power chords. The straight ahead worshipful encouragement. Mr. Smith may not even recognize it and I’m sure he would not claim credit for it either because he is truly a humble soul from West Virginia. Once I had the honor of standing in line with Michael W. and his lovely wife Debbie for a buffet after the 1983 Dove Awards in Nashville and chatting amicably. Then I somewhat enthusiastically encouraged him to keep writing Praise songs just like “Great Is The Lord” which coming from a Radio Station Manager and not a record executive probably was not my place. But I am just as excited by honest from the heart Heavenly directed praise & worship now as I was then. As I recall, he just kinda nodded and moved away from me as politely as possible. But both of His Worship Projects and the Christmas ones are as pure worship & praise as there is coming from anywhere including IHOP or Hillsong.

This list pays particular attention to two of his most fruitful albums, Go West Young Man and I’ll Lead You Home. Both spawned 5 charting songs on Christian Radio and those all made the playlist. Also, back in the day do you remember listening to the radio hearing the name of your town whispered at the end of Rocketown? It came within the last 20 seconds of the song. I know we played a special one that mentioned “Chicago” on WCRM and WCFL when I was there. I think there were maybe 10 or 12 special radio edits by market hand delivered by Reunion Records. If you lived in the broadcast area and listened to one of those stations, please share the call letters and city in the comments section. That was a very special thing that Michael W. did in the studio to personalize the listening experience for his fans in those places. I cannot recall any other artist reaching out quite like that on record. I’m sure it was unnoticed at the time except for the radio jocks but I wanted to point this out and hopefully jog your memory. If you like the SnTRadioBlog, please subscribe to it at the top right corner. Here’s the Michael W. Smith playlist. Enjoy!

MICHAEL W. SMITH

1. Rocketown from The Big Picture

2. Hosanna from Michael W. Smith 2

3. I Am Sure from Michael W. Smith 2

4. Friends from Michael W. Smith Project and Change Your World (both versions)

5. Thy Word from Freedom

6. Somebody Love Me from Change Your World

7. Give It Away from Change Your World

8. Great Is The Lord from Michael W. Smith Project and Devotions (both versions)

9. The Throne from Devotions

10. Agnus Dei from Go West Young Man and Devotions (both versions)

11. For You from Go West Young Man

12. Go West Young Man from Go West Young Man

13. Seed To Sow from Go West Young Man

14. Love Crusade from Go West Young Man

15. Place In This World from Go West Young Man

16. How Long Will Be too Long from Go West Young Man

17. I’ll Lead You Home from I’ll Lead You Home

18. Breakdown from I’ll Lead You Home

19. A Little Stronger Ever from I’ll Lead You Home

20. I’ll Be Around from I’ll Lead You Home

21. Cry For Love from I’ll Lead You Home

SnT Radio.com will play one song approximately every hour from this list beginning at 12:00am EST Saturday, September 10, 2011.

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James Burkhardt
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The Robert List as streamed live Saturday September 3, 2011Noon to 1:20pm EST on SnT Radio.com

Here is the actual running order of songlist chosen by Robert Keith, who is in a hospice with stage 4 cancer. I know he enjoyed it and as of this post hundreds from all over the globe have read the Hello, Goodbye and We’ll Meet Again Robert blog post because of the internet. Thank you for sharing, praying, and continuing to pray for Robert and his family. I received word Sunday afternoon from Robert’s wife that she and her son were both laid off from their jobs this Labor Day weekend, so their burden has increased significantly. Many thanks in advance for your response to this “call to prayer”!!!!

THE ROBERT LIST

1. Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music? by Larry Norman

2. For the Sake of the Call by Steven Curtis Chapman

3. Strong Tower by Kutlass

4. More Power To Ya by Petra

5. Love Broke Thru by Phil Keaggy

6. Three Wooden Crosses by Randy Travis

7. Beyond Belief by Petra

8. Love Takes Time by Bryan Duncan

9. Ancient of Days by Bob Ayala

10. Shout to the Lord by Darlene Zschech

11. He Reigns by Newsboys

12. He’s Alive by Don Francisco

13. There Is A River by The Gaithers

14. Easter Song by 2nd Chapter of Acts

15. Shine by Newsboys

16. Grave Robber by Petra

17. Destined To Win by DeGarmo & Key

18.Awesome God by Rich Mullins

19. Praise You In This Storm by Casting Crown

Blessings,
James Burkhardt
SnT Radio.com

SnT Radio.com The Best of the Jesus Music Era 1969 – 1979 Songlist for Saturday, September 3, 2011

The danger with a list like this is that it proves time is marching on. In under 12 months will be the 40th anniversary of what Life Magazine heralded as the “Christian Woodstock – Explo ’72”. My brother attended that event. I had just graduated from High School, and was about to begin my freshman year of College. So many of the songs selected are going to be memory joggers for many of us who qualify for membership in AARP. Or maybe just call us Jesus Geezers.

The albums shown above were some of the most significant of that very special and Holy Spirit-filled ten year season. Of course Jesus Sound Explosion Explo ’72 had to make the list. Eighty thousand persons were there. Almost a significant is the Hosanna USA Live event. Broadcast live via satellite and simulcast on FM stations (this was before stereo TV audio) as was common with other secular televised concert shows like ABC’s IN Concert series. A very ambitious undertaking by Chuck Smith and the Calvary Chapel/ Marantha Music folks – I had a connection because I was Advertising Manager for Tyndale Bookshops, who sponsored the FM simulcast in the Chicago Market on a non-Christian mega-watt FM station that hit 3 states around that city.

Then there are the Jubilation series “sampler” albums from Myrrh Records. Four sides for $16.98 list price. Ouch! These were some of the first widely distributed albums of Jesus Music made available. For many who didn’t have a progressive Christian radio station like KYMS-FM in Costa Mesa, CA or KCFO-FM in Tulsa, OK , the only way to hear Jesus Music through syndicated shows like Scott Ross, PowerLine or Full Circle with Jerry Bryant and sharing albums like these among friends. Many of the early artists custom LP’s were distributeq by the Sonrise Mercantile Company and available by mail order only like Larry Norman, Children of the Day, Danny Lee & Children of Truth and much of the early Marantha Music LP’s. The big exception was Good News Records, Love Song’s label had distribution through some major national record departments in chain stores like Sears and E.J. Korvettes. I can remember buying the first Love Song album there in Elmhurst IL much to my delight.

As is our policy to feature “songs you just don’t hear on the radio anymore” I’ve selected many significant songs and artists from the above albums that first introduced Jesus Music – plus some very rare live cuts from the 1972 to 1974 vintage that really carry the feeling of the times. Just like Walter Conkrite’s educational series “YOU ARE THERE”, these selections will put you smack dab in the middle of the Jesus Movement. For you newbies who missed it — enjoy. The rest of us can close our eyes because like the man says… “and more sweet memories on SnT Radio”.

1. Tomorrow’s News by Malcom and Alwyn

2. Heaven’s Gonna Be A Blast by Honeytree

3. Johnny by Randy Matthews

4. Think About What Jesus Said by Love Song

5. Jesus People by Barry McGuire

6. Sweet Sweet Song of Salvation by Larry Norman

7. I See Men As Trees Walkin’ by Johnny Cash

8. The Prince Song by the 2nd Chapter of Acts

9. Where Can I Go by Petra

10. Friends by Ernie and Debbie Rettino

11. Sweet Jesus Morning by Mustard Seed Faith

12. He’s The Reason To Go On by The Way

13. Sweet Music by the Pat Terry Group

14. Ain’t You Glad by Michael Omartian

15. Reaching For The Sky by Liberation Suite

16. Jesus Is Just Alright by e Band

17. Light of the World by Parchment

18. Life’s Greatest Possession by Lily Green

19. Living Water by Denny Correll

20. Jesus Came Into My Life by Benny Hester

21. Song for Salvation by Paul Clark

22. Temple To The Sky by Leon Patillo

23. To The Ancient Of Days by Bob Ayala

24. Shotgun Angel by Daniel Amos

SnT Radio.com will play one song approximately every hour from this list beginning at 12:00am EST Saturday, September 3, 2011.

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Petra (Part Two) Songlist for Saturday August 27, 2011 plus Album Art

 

SnT Radio.com Petra (Part Two) SONGLIST

1. Creed from Beyond Belief

2. I Am On The Rock from Beyond Belief

3. Love from Beyond Belief

4. Prayer from Beyond Belief

5. Underground from Beyond Belief

6. Shakin’ the House from Back To The Street

7. Thankful Heart from Back To The Street

8. Whole World from Back To The Street

9. King’s Ransom from Back To The Street

10. Back To The Street from Back To The Street

11. Get On Your Knees and Fight Like A Man from This Means War

12. He Came, He Saw, He Conquered from This Means War

13. Don’t Let Your Heart Be Hardened from This Means War

14. I Am Available from This Means War

15. Enter In from No Doubt

16. Right Place from No Doubt

17. Sincerely Yours from No Doubt

18. No Doubt from No Doubt

19. We Exalt Thee from The Rock Cries Out

20. Salvation Belongs To Our God from The Rock Cries Out

21.We Hold Our Hearts Out To You from No Doubt

22. Seen and Not Heard from Beyond Belief

23. Let Everything That Hath Breath from Back To The Rock

SnT Radio.com will play one song approximately every hour from this list beginning at 12:00am EST Saturday, August 27, 2011.

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James Burkhardt
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