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Music from the Road 1: Eli's "Hypocrite Song"
I realize music is a subjective and personal thing, and few will understand my tastes. But since Christian music has been a big part of my life, I have had it in my mind to do some type of blog series on it for a few years. Its ability to encourage, motivate and most of all serve as a reminder of where I should be and what I should be doing has had a tremendous impact on me. The vast majority of my music listening happens on the road: through the many miles I travel around the country and during my many late-night drives on the back roads around where I've lived.
I credit my introduction to this genre to MBN Saturday Night, a Moody Broadcasting Network program that used to air in the late 1990s up until around 2002 or so on WJYP, Charleston, West Virginia's Christian FM radio station. Late-night drives around the back roads of Kanawha and Putnam County with MBN Saturday Night are some of my greatest memories from that time period, and I've had most of those tracks in my CD and later MP3 libraries ever since.
So, I thought I'd start a blog series highlighting some favorites from the road that are still in heavy rotation in my playlists.
Eli: Hypocrite Song
I first heard of Eli during my late-night drives in 1999, and his Second Hand Clothing album was one of the first in my CD library. I felt like Hypocrite Song would be a great one to start out this blog series as it's an apt description of me, both of where I am and where I'm headed.
Music from the Road
1. Intro; Eli
2. Steven Curtis Chapman, Rich Mullins & Geoff Moore
3. Rick Elias, Layton Howerton & Michael W. Smith
4. Watermark, Geoff Moore & Sara Groves
5. Steven Curtis Chapman
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