Independent label: Mountain Records was the record label of Bill Fehilly's 'Mountain Management' company.  The label's most successful act was Nazareth, who took the label into the Singles Charts six times between 1975 and 1979; the Sensational Alex Harvey Band (1976) and Voyager (1978) also registered in the Top 40.  Sadly, Fehilly died in a plane crash in 1976; the company which he founded kept going until around 1981.  Initially manufacturing and distribution were by EMI; latterly Phonogram / Phonodisc took over, and introduced injection-moulded labels) and a company sleeve).  The final few issues, in 1980, were handle by RCA.  The catalogue numbers, which were in a TOPS-0 series, remained unchanged at the takeovers.  Certain bands were given their own numerical series. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

75 Nazareth My White Bicycle MOUNTAIN NAZ 10
77 Nazareth Hot Tracks MOUNTAIN NAZ 001
78 Nazareth Gone Dead Train MOUNTAIN NAZ 2
79 Nazareth May The Sun Shine MOUNTAIN NAZ 003
79 Nazareth Whatever You Want Babe MOUNTAIN NAZ 004
78 Mccafferty Dan Stay With Me Baby MOUNTAIN DAN 1
78 Marseille The French Way MOUNTAIN BON 1
79 Marseille Over Over MOUNTAIN BON 2
79 Voyager Halfway Motel MOUNTAIN VOY 1
80 Nazareth Hot Tracks [ Ep ] MOUNTAIN HOT 1
80 The Sensational Alex Harvey Band Hot Tracks -- Alex Harvey MOUNTAIN HOT 2

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