Independent label: Rockney Was Owned By Bob England, Chas And Dave Manager.  Most Of The Company'S Releases Came Out In The First Half Of The '80S, But A Couple Of Singles Appeared In The '70S: 'The Sideboard Song' (Emi-2986; 8/79) And 'What A Miserable Saturday Night' (Emi-5002; 1979).  Catalogue Numbers Were Borrowed From The Main Emi Series At This Point.  In 1980 Distribution Was Taken On By Pinnacle And A Rockney-0 Series Was Adopted, Apparently Starting At Rockney-9.  After A Move To Towerbell / Prt In 1981 This Became Kor-0, The Kors Taking Over Where The Rockeys Left Off, Rockney-10 Being Followed By Kor-11.  There Were Occasional Records By Other Artists On The Label: Mike Berry And Clarence 'Frogman' Henry Both Contributed Singles. Rockney Expired In 1986. Distributed By Pinnacle and EMI Records.
79 Chas & Dave Sideboard Song ROCKNEY  EMI 2986 
79 Queen Crazy Little Thing Called Love EMI EMI 5001
79 Chas & Dave What A Miserable Saturday Night ROCKNEY  EMI 5002
79 Chas And Dave It's Alright For Nothin'! ROCKNEY  PSR  439

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