What a great show! Had my brothers in Hawaii and Arizona listening online - we are streaming live on www.radioboise.org!! Very exciting stuff.
If you have any music you'd like to donate to our station library - we are located in the basement of the Alaska Building @ 1020 W. Main, Ste. 50. Stop by, leave me a comment or email me.
Day After Rapture Playlist
"Come On Children/He's All Right" - Carlton Pearson, Live at Azusa 3
"I Want Two Wings" - The Golden Gate Quartet
"Noah" - Harry Belafonte
"Mean World" - Norfleet Brothers
"Swing Down, Chariot" - The Golden Gate Quartet
"I Saw The Light" - Wanda Jackson
"Dem Golden Slippers" - The Sons of the Pioneers
"Jesus Walking On The Water" - Violent Femmes
"Want On Nothing" - Hoots & Hellmouth
"People Get Ready" - Curtis Mayfield & The Impressions
"Loved Ones Are Waiting" - Soul Stirrers
"Move On Up A Little Higher" - Brother Joe May
"Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen" - Mahalia Jackson
"Just A Closer Walk With Thee" - Carlton Pearson, Live at Azusa 3
"Pilgrim Of Sorrow" - Sam Cooke & The Soul Stirrers
"Stand On The Word" - Dorothy Norwood
"Stand On The Word, Pt. 2" - Dorothy Norwood
"Buckle Up My Shoe" - The Dixieaires
"When The Saints" - Jean-Rene' Ella & Friends
"City" - Darrell McFadden
"Your First Day In Heaven" - Statesmen Quartet
"Heaven Must Be A Beautiful Place" - Willie Banks
"Amen" - Bobby Sherman
"Holly Holy" - Neil Diamond
"Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho" - Mahalia Jackson
"Jordan River" - Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens
"Oh Happy Day" - Joan Baez
"Remove Starbucks and Disney" - Reverend Billy & The Church of Stop Shopping
"I Get Joy" - Al Green
"My God Can Do Anything" - Luther Barnes & The Red Budd Gospel Choir
"Spirit In The Sky" - Norman Greenbaum
"I'll Take You There" - The Staple Singers
"Surprising Secrets from the World's Happiest People"
- Dan Buettner of Blue Zone, an organization that studies the regions of the world where people commonly live active lives past the age of 100.
"Genetics and life circumstances can influence happiness, but personal choices account for about 55% of it.
1. Own one TV, no more. In the places where happiness is highest, people spend the least time watching television. It's not that they never watch - they just watch less than most people.
2. Experience the "sun bonus." People in sunnier climates are consistently happier than those who live in northern countries.
3. Stop shopping. The satisfaction we get from buying things wears off within 14 months. Take a vacation with your family or sign up for a painting class. The experiences and good memories will continue to give satisfaction for the rest of your life.
4. Employ yourself. Self-employed workers and business owners report some of the highest levels of well-being. It may be because they are more likely to pursue work that they love or simply because they feel more in control.
5. Volunteer. The happiest people almost always volunteer in some fashion - at their church, with environmental groups, for social-service organizations and the like. Studies have shown that alruism has an effect on the brain that is similar to that of sugar and cocaine. It creates feelings of well-being, along with an addictive feedback loop that encourages people to keep doing it.
6. Keep the faith. Religious people tend to be happier than those without faith. Those who are religious have less disease, live longer and are less likely to engage in dangerous behavior. Even if you're not religious, you can achieve similar benefits by cultivating a sense of spirituality - and a belief in giving back to your community and making the world a better place."