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According to the October 21, 1967 issue of Billboard magazine, "RoFran Enterprises in Urbana. III., is expanding its operation and has moved into new offices at the Masonic Temple Building, 115 West Main Street, Urbana. President Roger Francisco, whose record releases are distributed by M -S Distributors in Chicago. says the firm is expanding its pop music production under a&r man Howard A. Smith."
The "lost" sessions from 1966-1969 include a who's-who of Blytham artists: One-Eyed Jacks, Finchley Boys, The Regiment, Seeds of Doubt and Somebody Groovy. Multiple sessions are simply listed under Blytham, Bob Nutt or Irv Azoff. Other bands that made demos at the studio during this period include The Bacardis, The Chandras, Fat Daddy Five, Reel Blues and Arlie Neaville.