RMA Records was a DIY label. It managed one single. An EP by Barry Richards featuring 'Mona Lisa' and three other tracks seems to have been RMA's only release. It had a catalogue number of RMA-101; there is no date on the label but some copy has '1978' handwritten on the label, which may well be the year in which the record came out. The material on it is fairly typical Club / Cabaret fare, though 'Mona Lisa' calls Shakin' Stevens to mind and is a cut above the average. The EP was engineered by Roy Neave, who worked at Fairview Studios of Hull, suggesting that the EP originated there; the reference to Gough & Davy of Hull on the label provides a bit of support for that theory. Distributed By RMA Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.