Brother of Denise LaSalle, Na Allen sadly did not have the same success as his sister in the music business. Although releasing quite as few singles which were all good on a number of different labels like Atco, Janus and Ronn none of the efforts really connected with the general public enough to hit the charts. "Thanks For Nothing" is problably the one that is most in demand with collectors today. Set at a nice midtempo pace it fits nicely into that strange genre called "Crossover" which is used for soul music recorded in the late 1960s and early 70s where production and recording techniques were changing rapidly and thus also the sound and general feeling of the music. See what you think of it.
"Thanks For Nothing"