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Album · 1992 · 45 Songs. More By The Swan Silvertones. See All. Move Up. 2004. Gospel Music Anthology (Remastered).
The Swan Silvertones 1946-1951 is a English album released on Oct 2006. The Swan Silvertones 1946-1951 Album has 45 songs sung by The Mills Brothers. Listen to all songs in high quality & download The Swan Silvertones 1946-1951 songs on Gaana. English Hindi Telugu Punjabi Tamil Kannada Bhojpuri Malayalam Marathi Bengali Haryanvi.
Album · 1992 · 45 Songs. The Swan Silvertones were masters of quartet singing during gospel's golden age (1944-55). This collection of the group's earliest 78s catches them in the act of transforming from a slightly coarse jubilee-style a capella act into a terrific, modern "hard" shouting-style group. Tightly woven patterns of sweet, plaintive singing buffet the thrilling falsetto vocals of the Rev.
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The Swan Silvertones, one of the most revered and respected Gospel vocal groups of all time, a Gospel group that featured the extraordinary voice of the Reverend Claude Jeter. His featured sweeping cadenzas and spellbinding mellisma captured the hearts and souls of church folk for over half a century. This 2CD collection of some of Swan Silvertones greatest recordings is breathtaking and it is clear how much Jeter's singing style influenced future generations of soul singers. This double disc collects all the earliest sides recorded by the fabulous quartet act the Swan Silvertones.