Bell Jubilee Singers - Shadrach, Meshach And Abednego [Jewel] 1971 R&B Gospel 45

Bell Jubilee Singers - Shadrach, Meshach And Abednego
Jewel Records # Jewel 169. Released in 1971.
Doo-wop/r&b gospel 45 dancer by Bell Jubilee Singers featuring James Cowan Jr. from Jewel Records Devotional Series. Vinyl rip from musicdawn 45's collection.

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