Marlin Wallace

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Marlin Wallace
Born (1937-08-12) 12 August 1937 (age 86)
Springfield, Missouri
Affiliations Corillions Music Publishing and Recording Company

Marlin Oliver Wallace (b. August 12, 1937) is an American composer and founder of the Corillions, a rotating cast of session musicians that perform his music. Liner notes for his two-album LP The Corillions (1981) included claims that his music had been extensively plagiarised by Communist agents in the mainstream pop music industry, and that he had been further victimised and harassed by "the reds," both psychologically and physically, including through use of "mind reading computers on communist satellites."[1]

Selected Discography

  • Corillions, The (1977), Songs of Divine Inspiration (Album, LP), The Corillions
  • Corillions, The (1981), The Corillions 2-LP (Album, LP), The Corillions
  • Corillions, The (2002), The Corillions Double Album (Album, CD), Rassling Records — re-release of the 1981 album



  1. Marlin Wallace: The Corillions 2-LP © The Corillions AV-3128; 1981,