The Automobile Song – Luke McDaniel



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Luke McDaniel (Feb. 3, 1927 – Jun. 27, 1992), who also recorded under the stage name Jeff Daniels, was an American country singer and songwriter. McDaniel was born in Ellisville, Mississippi and raised on a farm. He learned to play mandolin in high school, playing in local churches and public events. In 1945, he formed his own band, which opened for Hank Williams at a show in New Orleans later in the decade. His first recording was the song “Whoa Boy”, issued on Trumpet Records in 1952. He then moved to Mobile, Alabama and played with Jack Cardwell, a star on local radio and television station WKAB. He became a regular on the “Tom ‘N Jack” show, and in 1953 Cardwell’s label, King Records, signed him. He recorded several singles for King but none of them were hits, and he moved to New Orleans in 1954. While there, he recorded for Mel-A-Dee Records and played on the Louisiana Hayride. In 1956, he was persuaded by friends Elvis Presley and Carl Perkins to send a demo recording to Sam Phillips, who signed him to his label Sun Records. McDaniel recorded two sessions with Sun, but left the label over a contract dispute. None of the Sun sides were released until Charly Records compiled them decades later. Following this, he signed with Big Howdy Records and released records under the name Jeff Daniel, but was unable to score a hit record under this name, either. He continued recording into the 1970s. Buddy Holly performed his song “Midnight Shift” (written under the pseudonym Earl Lee), and The Byrds covered his “You’re Still on My Mind” on their album Sweetheart of the Rodeo. George Jones and Jim Reeves also covered McDaniel’s songs

St. Luke Baptist Church – Pastor Alexander singing “The Storm Is Passing Over”



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Pastor Alexander singing “The Storm Is Passing Over”

St. Luke Baptist Church
Pastor Eric L. Alexander
8205 HWY 161
North Little Rock, AR 72117
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“The Prodigal Sons” – Luke 15:11-32



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Thank you for tuning in! Prodded by the religious elite with questions of his authority, Jesus spoke the truths of God in the form of parables. “He who has ears, let him hear.” Here’s one that could only be understood if ones’ hearts are open to hearing. The story of the prodigal son is rich and well known, and yet there’s still more to the story than what is typically discussed. Listen in as Pastor Jason Fritz touches on some interesting points to consider, the nuance that Jesus spoke of in this story actually illustrates two – possibly three – types of prodigal sons. Are you one?

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Luke McDaniel – Automobile Song 1954



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Luke McDaniel (Feb. 3, 1927 – Jun. 27, 1992), who also recorded under the stage name Jeff Daniels, was an American country singer and songwriter.

McDaniel was born in Ellisville, Mississippi and raised on a farm. He learned to play mandolin in high school, playing in local churches and public events. In 1945, he formed his own band, which opened for Hank Williams at a show in New Orleans later in the decade. His first recording was the song “Whoa Boy”, issued on Trumpet Records in 1952.

He then moved to Mobile, Alabama and played with Jack Cardwell, a star on local radio and television station WKAB. He became a regular on the “Tom ‘N Jack” show, and in 1953 Cardwell’s label, King Records, signed him. He recorded several singles for King but none of them were hits, and he moved to New Orleans in 1954. While there, he recorded for Mel-A-Dee Records and played on the Louisiana Hayride.

In 1956, he was persuaded by friends Elvis Presley and Carl Perkins to send a demo recording to Sam Phillips, who signed him to his label Sun Records. McDaniel recorded two sessions with Sun, but left the label over a contract dispute. None of the Sun sides were released until Charly Records compiled them decades later.

Following this, he signed with Big Howdy Records and released records under the name Jeff Daniel, but was unable to score a hit record under this name, either. He continued recording into the 1970s.

Buddy Holly performed his song “Midnight Shift” (written under the pseudonym Earl Lee), and The Byrds covered his “You’re Still on My Mind” on their album Sweetheart of the Rodeo. George Jones and Jim Reeves also covered McDaniel’s songs

6th Sunday of Luke 10/21/18 Assumption Panagia Greek Orthodox Church Chicago, IL



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6th Sunday of Luke 10/21/18 Assumption Panagia Greek Orthodox Church Chicago, IL
The Gospel according to Luke 8:26-39
Proistamenos Very Rev Fr. Timothy Bakakos
Presbyter Rev Fr. Dimitrios Burikas
Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Chicago, Illinois

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Luke Reelfs – Studio (prod. RM) (Live Music Video)



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Had to finally show you guys this awesome live music video for Studio we got at our performance with NextEra (@nexteramusic) during the start of our tour at Christ Community Church in Omaha, Nebraska!

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