From the recording Me and Jesus
The Murphy Family
In the '60s and '70s, "The Murphy Family" toured the USA and Canada, presenting gospel music concerts.
At that time, the group consisted of: Dad, Bill ... Mom, Ila, ... and siblings, Bob (Robert) and LaJuana. Drummers Rick Forester and Jim Dawson were, at separate times, also part of the touring family.
In 1972, the group recorded Tom T. Hall's country hit, "Me and Jesus," as one side of a 45 rpm. It became one of the group's most requested songs.
Just recently, a mint condition of the recording was discovered amid LaJuana's belongings. The track has been digitized and re-issued as a digital release.