That thing black people have.
Canaan Records was a subsidiary of Word Records. It started in 1965 as a vehicle for the label's Southern Gospel quartets.
Early labels were red with black print. Later, the label changed to black with a color logo and a distinctive vertical row of colored dots down the middle of the label. In the mid-1980s, the label changed to a full color label showing a desert town (presumably Canaan) at sunset, with colors fading from green to yellow to orange in the sky, and tones of brown for the sand