The list author says: "**Note: My latest board game BIBLEQUOTE is now available on Amazon. My previous one, BIBLE TRIVIA(The Game Where Trivia Is Not Trivial)is the all-time leader in Christian games, with 3 million sold. The focus below is individual songs, not albums.At left is at least one album/CD where you can find my selection. These are ranked roughly in order of my personal preference.(Actually a couple, such as John Denver's GOODBYE AGAIN and Steve Goodman's YELLOW COAT, I would rate much higher as quality songs, but lower on this particular list because their 'Home' theme is not perhaps the main element of their appeal.) Make sense?"
"COMIN' HOME. My favorite Seger recording, edging out Against The Wind. Didn't get radio play because it's slow and 6 mins long. But heck, so was Roberta Flack's THE FIRST TIME EVER I SAY YOUR FACE. 'Coming Home' is on Youtube."
"CALL HOME. Written by Mike Reid, a Christian and former all-pro NFL player for the Bengals. So he was a Cincinnati lineman, not a Wichita lineman(teehee).Also on my list: Christian Music For Those That Find It Boring'."
"Two songs. OTHER SIDE O' NOWHERE and SUNDAY MORNIN' COMIN' DOWN. If you can, check out Kris' performance of the latter at the Johnny Cash Memorial Concert. Brought tears to my eyes and I'm no pushover."
"I JUST DROVE BY, one of many gorgeous duets with Willie Nelson here. This CD should make you a fan of both artists if you aren't already. Check my Listmania: DISCOVER THE MUSIC OF KIMMIE RHODES. This song is also on my HEARTBREAKING SONGS."
"BILLY, written by Tony Joe White. You can add SWEET MOTHER TEXAS from Waylon's vinyl LP of the same name, and YOU'LL NEVER GET TEXAS OUTA ME on his vinyl LP 'A Man Called Hoss'. These songs may only be on Youtube."
"FAMILY BIBLE, by Willie. There are other good items here, which I've already recommended on other CDs. Merle does, I think, the best version of Kristofferson's Christian classic ONE DAY AT A TIME. Not sure who does which song here, since both artists have recorded many of these songs."