Shira Small, Marj Snyder and Becky Severson featured on new compilation album

IN A SURPISE move, a mainstream record company has reissued tracks from the earliest and obscurest days of Christian music. Numero Group have released the compilation 'Wayfaring Strangers: Ladies From The Canyon'. It includes self-financed 'custom' recordings by Becky Severson, a teenager back in the '70s with a song "A Special Path" inspired by the book of Jeremiah; Marj Snyder and Shira Small a Harlem teenager who cut the jazz gospel song "Eternal Life" whilst attending a Quaker boarding school in rural Pennsylvania. The project also contains tracks by secular artists

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