Posts Tagged ‘Swan Silvertones’

Everyday Seems Like Sunday

September 12, 2021

“Everyday Seems Like Sunday,” by the Swan Silvertones, 1951.

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Take the Lord With You

August 29, 2021

“Take the Lord With You,” recorded by the Swan Silvertones, 1962.

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He’s Sweet, I Know

May 19, 2019

“He’s Sweet, I Know,” recorded by the Swan Silvertones, 1971.

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Oh Mary Don’t You Weep

March 3, 2019

“Oh Mary Don’t You Weep,” by the Swan Silvertones, 1959.

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You’ve Got a Friend

February 17, 2019

Carole King’s “You’ve Got a Friend,” rendered as Gospel by the Swan Silvertones.

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I’ve Got Myself Together

December 2, 2018

“I’ve Got Myself Together,” by the Swan Silvertones, 1975. The Parable of the Prodigal Son like you’ve never heard it before.

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Move Up

May 13, 2018

“Move Up,” by the Swan Silvertones, 1958. Vocalists Claude Jeter (lead), Paul Owens (tenor),  John H. Myles (baritone), and William Conner (bass). Accompanists are probably Linwood Hargrove (guitar), Bob Cranshaw (bass), and Walter Perkins (drums). The song is credited to Paul Owens.

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