Sin On Saturday, Pray On Sunday 02, Screaming And Crying, is a double-hitting music anthology that is jam-packed with R&B intensity combining pounding blues and stirring up-tempo gospel. The people get wild and raucous on Saturday evening listening to Jump Blues. On Sunday they pray, and repent their sins, at church while singing along to inspirational upbeat Gospel songs.
The compelling twenty-eight songs anthology from the years 1948 through to 1963 features riveting blues titles from; Eddie Taylor, You'll Always Have A Home, Cousin Leroy, Will A Matchbox Hold My Clothes, Jay Nelson, Raise Some San, Big Maceo, Chicago Breakdown which set the scene for the sinful evening. The sophisticated R&B rompers include; Willie Mays, If You Love Me, Guitar Slim, Oh Yeah, Johnny Heartsman, ?Johnny's Thunderbird, Bob Gaddy, Out Of My Name, and many more.
The inspiring Gospel stompers include; Space Spiritual Singers, Heaven On My Mind, Sister Rosetta Tharpe and The Dependable Boys, Everybody's Gonna Have A Wonderful Time Up There (Gospel Boogie), the Radio Four, How Much I Owe, the Pilgrim Travelers Jesus Hits Like the Atom Bomb, and there are more Gospel stompers to enchant you.
The album is perfect for dancing! The pulsating sounds are ideal for Dee Jays, small cellar clubs, the home listener, and those who wish to own albums that are not full of overly reissued titles.
01 Lightnin' Slim I'm Tired Waiting Baby (West) Excello 1961
02 Eddie Taylor You'll Always Have A Home (Taylor) Vee Jay 1956
03 Cousin Leroy Will A Matchbox Hold My Clothes (Rozier) Ember 1957
04 The Space Spiritual Singers (lead) E Jordan Heaven On My Mind (no credit) Jerico Road 1963
05 The Skylarks Roll Jordan Roll (arr. Hill) Nashboro 1962
06 Willie Mays If You Love Me (Malone) Duke 1962
07 The Nightriders Lookin' For My Baby (Smith, Starkes) Sue 1959
08 Leroy Washington Hello Baby, What You Know (West, Washington) Rocko 1959
09 Jay Nelson and His Jumpers Raise Some San (Shuler, Nelson, Redlich) Hollywood 1958
10 Sister Rosetta Tharpe and The Dependable Boys Everybody's Gonna Have A Wonderful Time Up There (Abernathy) Decca 1948
11 The Swan Silvertones Trouble In My Way (Jeter) Vee Jay 1959
12 Big Maceo - Chicago Breakdown (Merryweather) Groove 1952
13 Rudy Green Teeny Weeny Baby (Green) Excello 1956
14 Morris Pejoe Screaming And Crying (Pejoe) Abco 1956
15 Jimmy Rogers and His Rockin’ Four Sloppy Drunk (Rogers) Chess 1954
16 Wright Holmes Good Road Blues (no credit) Miltone 1948
17 Guitar Slim and His Band Oh Yeah (Jones) Atco 1956
18 Earl Gaines Love You So (Bubis) Champion 1959
19 Radio Four How Much I Owe (Babb) Nashboro 1956
20 Golden Harp Gospel Singers (leads) Jeanette Harris and Ann Grant Calling Jesus, My Rock (no credit) Peacock 1951
21 Little Walter I Just Keep Lovin' Her (Jacobs) Parkway 1950
22 Doctor Ross Chicago Breakdown (Ross) Sun 1953
23 Johnny Heartsman and The Gaylarks ?Johnny's Thunderbird (Guiton) Music City 1957
24 Junior Wells Two Headed Woman (Weaver, Dixon) Chief 1957
25 The Soul Stirrers Sinner Run To Jesus (Sheperd) Specialty 1957
26 The Pilgrim Travelers Jesus Hits Like The Atom Bomb (McCollum) Specialty 1950
27 Snooky Pryor Boogy Fool (Pryor, Brown) JOB 1949
28 Bob Gaddy Out Of My Name (Dupree) Old Town 1957