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I have been very directly involved in the entertainment industry since the early 60's.  I guess this was a result of growing up in Memphis, Tennessee, the birthplace of Rock and Roll.
Many of the people I knew as a teenager and young adult went on to become household names in the music industry.


You may click on these songs and listen to them if you wish, or you can right click on them and save the target file to your computer.
This is only a very small fraction of my work.  I have done very little in this business in the last 20 or 25 years, so a lot of the material will be dated unless you are in my age bracket.



NO LONGER IN OPERATION

If you would like to contact me about any of the music or performances on this page please direct your inquiry to:

 Larry E. Montague
6871 Hedgewood Lane
Bartlett (Memphis), TN  38135-3513
larrymontague@comcast.net

Office:901/937-8228

Cell: 901/212-2295

This page is NOT intended as a way to share illegal copyrighted music.  All material on this page is owned & copyrighted by me,
I own the performances of the material , or it is included by permission.


Billy Sandlin
(I own the Copyrights)
Odds are you have never heard of my best friend, Billy Sandlin.  That's not surprising since he and his wife were killed in a car crash with a drunk driver who was being pursued by the police in 1973 in his hometown of Ocala, Florida.  A short time before this accident he had recorded and released several major records and had co-stared in a TV series.

Read a story written by Roger Christopher (our drummer) about all of us and the band days: http://www.scrapmusic.com/SandlinCo.html
 

The music below is very dated by today's standards because it was all recorded in the 60's and very early 70's.  Billy could crank out very good songs almost by the hour.  I still have hundreds of them on tape that have never been recorded.

Have You seen a Rainbow Lately.mp3
Come On Up to My World.mp3 
Here Comes that Feeling.mp3
I Kept on Walking (US Cut).mp3
I Think it's Gonna' Work out Fine.mp3
Mr. President.mp3
Sunshine.mp3
Sweet Lovin'.mp3
Take a Walk in the Country.mp3
Turn Me On.mp3
Up, Up and Over You.mp3

Recorded in my studio "Omni Studios" in the 1980's
Joe Lewis Thomas
     Sweet Sixteen.mp3
       The Thrill is Gone.mp3


Miscellaneous Artist
    
What in the Name of Love.mp3
       Tender is the Night.mp3
       Rebel Yell.mp3
   
Danny Spinosa
The Last Farwell.mp3
Ballad of the Outlaw.mp3
Trillogy.mp3
 
Crest Combo
Don Rose - Treat Her Right.mp3
Terry Graves - Someone to Cry to.mp3
Dave Chapman - Why Do Fools Fall in Love.mp3
Dave Chapman - My Babe'.mp3

 


Don Rose Band
Whamboogie.mp3
Why do Fools Fall in Love.mp3
   
(Featuring Dave Chapman)
 

Vernon Lee Roberts
(Posted as a courtesy for his promotion)
Why Don't You Run.mp3

 


Crest Combo
Live at The Red Apple Inn, Memphis, Tennessee, 1970 (Those were the days).
Instrumental - Intro.mp3
Billy Sandlin - Midnight Hour.mp3

Don Rose - Big Boss Man.mp3

Billy Sandlin - Money.mp3

Bobby Alexander - Soul Man.mp3

Bobby Alexander - Apt. No. 9.mp3

Jam - Fade in.mp3

Jam - Fade out.mp3

Instrumental - Break.mp3

 
 

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