Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records S3productions 4-9-17
Mervin Shiner With Jordanaires
Life's Railway to Heaven / My Lord's Gonna Move This Wicked Race
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A: Life's Railway To Heaven
B: My Lord's Gonna Move This Wicked Race
Decca Faith Series
The Jordanaires were an American vocal quartet that formed as a gospel group in 1948. They are known for providing background vocals for Elvis Presley, in live appearances and recordings from 1956 to 1972. The group has also worked in the recording studio, on stage, and on television with many other country and rock and roll artists. In Springfield, Missouri, but soon changed the name to the Jordanaires, after Jordan Creek in Missouri.
The quartet became well known in the southern gospel realm, and what made them stand out from other quartets of that time was how they would bring spirituals (such as "Dry Bones") to a predominantly white audience. While continuing to turn out gospel albums of their own, the group become better known for the signature background harmonies they have provided on dozens of secular record.
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