Originally a film student, Marc Jordan dropped away from Canada’s Brock University in 1970 to pursue a music career. He used a music group for a short while, returned to college, but then still left for good to visit outside Canada. Upon obtaining back again to Toronto, Jordan was agreed upon by way of a publisher to some recording, posting and management agreement. Following a song-saga dual record, Cantata Canada along with a tribute record towards the Royal Canadian Mounted Law enforcement, Warner Bros. agreed upon him and released his 1978 debut Mannequin. Jordan released Blue Desert in 1979, Speaking Through Images in 1987 and Reckless Valentine in 1993. Great Jam Black Globe premiered in 1996 and Live: Today & Then implemented in 1999.