All American Quartet - Jesus Fills My Every Need/I'm Juast A Stranger Here

All American Quartet - Jesus Fills My Every Need/I'm Juast A Stranger Here

STYLE: Southern Gospel
RATING Not Rated
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 81205-
LABEL: Sacred SS505
FORMAT: 78 rpm Single

Reader Comments

Posted by Terry Harpole in Maben Ms. @ 19:55 on Nov 6 2012

I enjoyed this and know Doyle Smith personally. My grandfather delivered him


Reply by George C. Lee in Goldsboro, NC @ 20:38 on Apr 10 2013

Are you enjoy my book?

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Posted by SharonDudleyBritton in Mt.Zion,IL @ 23:30 on Jul 22 2011

I lived in Decatur and babysit for Alice and . C.R when they had concerts back in the fiftey's. I have very fond memories of thier family.



Posted by George (G.C.) Lee in Goldsboro, NC @ 20:46 on Jun 9 2010

I sang lead with the All American Quartet in 1950. James Blackwood recommended me to C.R. Melton. While there we recorded four 78 RPM records in St. Louis, MO. The songs were: "Land Where Living Waters Flow, You Sho' Do Need Him Now, Wait 'Til You See Me in My New Home and Swing Down Chariot, featuring me. Members with the AAQ when I joined them were: C.R. Melton, baritone, Norman Wood, tenor, Hershel Wooten, bass and the pianist was Wayne Griffin. I took the place of Melvin Redd. While there, Vernon Bright and Alvin Moore returned to the group. We sang twice daily on WMIX radio in Mount Vernon and traveled the concert circuit, singing in churches and all night singing across the land. We motored in Melton's 1950 Fraser auto, carrying five men with loaded suitcases, 78 RPM records and the sound equipment. When we left town or was out for a few days we recorded our radio programs on a "wire recorder," something way before tape. George (G.C.) Lee, Goldsboro, NC.



Posted by Doyle Smith in Ardmore, OK @ 01:16 on May 22 2010

I sung with the All American Quartet for about 6 months in 1951 and 1952. Rejoined them in late 1953 and stayed with them until they disbanded in June of 1956. I sang high tenor my first time around and again the second time. I also played piano and did the tenor for a couple of years. Some of the men I worked with were. C. R. Melton, owner & manager. Acel Soward, Bass. Gordon Hill, Bass. Lanny Bowman, Bass. Easmon Napier, Piano. Phil Drake, Piano. Ralph Green, Lead. Don Randall, Lead. Rayton Worthy, Lead. Warren Holmes, Bass. I worked with them in Mt, Vernon, IL. Decatur, IL. Quincy, IL.


Reply by larry miller in loveland co @ 02:54 on Mar 4 2012

I heard you 2 x at Plevna christian church, Plevna Mo. This was in the 1955 time period. I would have been 14 at the time. I felt it was my greatest experience at the time and still feel it is today. Could you bring me up to date as to how your life has played out over the years. Are you stiill singing in a group? We live in Loveland Co and are retired and became inventors. We have traveled several years selling the Amazing Magic Table. Look up online. We have a new Cool Table invention. You can see video of it. Do a search for this: it will come up as Youtube. Type as google search:
larrydeemiller plevna. This is our invention that is entered in the new Walmart Invention Contest. This has been a real interesting part of our lives. Karen has Advanced Kidney Cancer and I have just went thru Colin Cancer, heart problems and stroke. We are well today and thank God for each day. Did not mean to bore you, but is an unbelievable story. Would like to hear from you. My phone 970 215 7755. call anytime. Thank you for the good memory and helping to shape my life. My heart still thrills at the memory. I have shared this many times with my wife. Am still your fan

Larry Miller

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