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Jordan Brothers: The Jamie Years.
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Listen to Be Mine from The Jordan Brothers's Lonesome Road: The Jamie Records Story 1957-1962 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Lonesome Road: The Jamie Records Story 1957-1962.
This Old Heart of Mine is the fourth studio album released by The Isley Brothers in 1966, on the Tamla (Motown) label. The album, their first with the seminal Detroit-based music label, yielded the Isleys' biggest hit in their early period with the title track, "This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You)". Other charted singles including "Take Some Time Out for Love" and "I Guess I'll Always Love You".
The Jordan Brothers are a musical group. They were active for thirty years beginning in the mid-1950s. They originated in Frackville, Pennsylvania and achieved high regional popularity in Schuylkill and surrounding counties and Philadelphia. They released over 24 single records on 15 different labels, including several that were self-produced from 1957 until 1984. The brothers are: Joe Jordan (1941-), keyboards and vocals, composing, arranging.
Lyrics for top songs by The Jordan Brothers. Ya Ya. The Jordan Brothers. Good Love Goes Bad. Gimme Some Lovin' - studio. Break Down And Cry. Send Me Your Picture. What's Wrong With You Baby? The Jordan Brothers.
Album The Stanley Brothers: The Early Years 1958-1961 Volume 3. 1. Jordan Lyrics. Oh come and as you tread life's journey Take Jesus as your daily guide Though you may feel pure and saintly Without him walkin by your side. But when you come to make the crossing At the ending of your pilgrim way If you ever will need our Savior You'll surely need him on that day. (Now look at that) cold Jordan (Look at its) deep waters (Look at that) wide river Oh hear the mighty billows roll