Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Allison Records

George Montana

30013 - Green Eyed Lady
30014 - Good Thing Going

Allison 101

Both wr. Montana, Go-Far ASCAP


Bob Millian and the No Gas Band

32833 - There's No Gasoline For You
32834 – Newton St. Chevron Bounce

Both wr. Millian, R&M Music ASCAP

Allison 102

Sample (both sides)

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I can't find any information on this label, nor on the artists, nor on the Kallish Enterprises, whose Alllison Records was a subsidiary. (Kallish, name, means 'bee' in hebrew, I've learned during my research)

Both Millian's songs were copyrighted in March of 1974. And the full name of Millian is Robert P. Millian. He also copyrighted, the same month, another song : "The Rest Is Up To You".

A George Montana was a member of Freewheelin' McClure Montana, a name adopted by Frank Reynolds (Secretary of San Francisco’s Hells Angels), Beat poet literature instructor at Oakland’s California College of Arts & Crafts, Michael McClure, and electronic composer and multi-instrumentalist George Montana. Same George?

The ASCAP database doesn't help neither where no Go-Far or R&M publishers can be found.

Also affiliated with ASCAP, a "R&M Music "was the publisher of Lindisfarne and Audience, two english groups issued in the USA on Elektra Records in 1971 and 1972. But it's probably a different company.


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