The Montanas were an English 1960s and 1970s pop rock band from Wolverhampton, England. Though they never found significant success in their home country, they had one moderate hit in the United States. The group formed in 1964 and became known for their live shows. Their manager, Roger Allen, had them signed to Pye Records, and some of their early releases for Pye were written by Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent
Everyone who ever saw the Montanas perform live respected and admired them as one of the top bands in Birmingham; they were first-rate musicians and had a powerful sound playing live, and were deserving of a break and a hit. But even members of the band later conceded that for all of their musical excellence, the Montanas had some inherent flaws in their lineup and their music. Rowley and Jones only lasted as members of Trapeze for the latter group's first album, and returned to the Montanas in 1970. The group lasted with this latter-day lineup through the mid-'70s, finally disbanding in 1978. The group's recording had disappeared with the advent of the CD era, but a 26-track compilation of their best work (sharing the same title as their aforementioned hit single) was released in 1998.
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- Bass – Charles Coleman
- Drums – Eddie Moon
- Guitar, Vocals – Jeremy Richmond, Richard Douglass
- Producer – Neil Freid, The Montanas