Main Line was a subsidiary of RCA by a couple degrees of seperation. The primary business for Main Line was selling parts for RCA made appliances and light industrial equipment, similar to the MoPar operation for Chrysler/Plymouth brand auto parts. Main Line also operated a record distribution business (sorry, all the old stock is long gone) for RCA records - but like must record dstributors in the 1960s, they handled other labels. In 1967 they decided to get into the record business, for all of 6 releases.
|1262||the Classels||Tomorrow May Be Too Late / Love Is|
|1363||the Selective Service||Shake / Green Onions||c. 4/67|
|1364||Symon Grace and the Tuesday Blues||You Won't Get Me Workin' / Out Of Sight|
|1365||Jerry Sharrell (B-side with the Mark III)||It'll Never Happen Again / Think Twice, Be Nice||8/67|
|1366||the Dantes||Connection / Satisfied|
|1367||Bob Collins and the Fabulous Five||My One and Only Man / Inventory on Heartaches|
Classels were from Canada. Symon Grace was from Erie, PA. Bob Collins was from North Carolina. Jerry Sharrell was from Pittsburgh.