Bandera gospel discography (1961-63)
- The Bandera label was launched in 1958 (Chicago) and was run by a mother and son team, Violet Muszynski and Bernie Harville. Apart from blues, rockabilly, country and pop, they also released a handful of Gospel 45’s, most of which appeared on the sub label Jerico Road.
- At one time the Rush label was connected to Bandera, click here to see label scans of two different issues of Rush 601 by Little Ben & the Cheers (a secular release by a group better known as the Norfleet Brothers amongst gospel lovers). As can be seen, the first label sais “A division of Bandera Records”; this information is not present on the other release shown. Later issues do not show this information either.
- #705 was released on Jerico instead of Jerico Road.
- Jerico Road 706 was probably not released.
- This page lists all known Bandera gospel releases (Bandera, Jerico and Jerico Road).
|45's||release||artist||artist as shown||songs||year|
|1||Bandera 1319||Norfleet Brothers||Draw Me Nearer b/w Standing On The Highway||1961|
|2||Jerico Road 702||Patterson, Eld. Samuel||Elder Samuel Patterson||Two Wings b/w A Prayer||1961|
|3||Jerico Road 703||Space Spiritual Singers||Let Jesus Fix It b/w Heaven On My Mind||1962|
|4||Jerico Road 704||Faithfull Wonders||Let God Abide b/w Woman At The Well||1962-63|
|5||Jerico 705||Patterson, Eld. Samuel||Eld. Samuel Patterson, the Christian Crusaders||This Train b/w I Can't Feel At Home In This World Anymore||1963|
|6||Jerico Road 707||Norfolk Singers||King Jesus b/w John Saw||1963|
|EP||release||artist||artist as shown||title||year|
|1||Jerico Road EP 701||Norfleet Brothers||no title||1961|