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The Bullet label. Part 2

BU426A Ranny Williams And The Hippy Boys – Summer Place
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/summerplace.mp3]
BU426B Ranny Williams And The Hippy Boys – Big Boy
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/bigboy.mp3]
Summer Place was called Hotter Place on the Jamaican issue, the organ lead takes the melody from the hit Theme From A Summer Place. The actual rhythm was used several times by producer Ranny Williams; The Sparkers – Dig It Up (titled Dip It Up on the UK issue), Ranny Williams – Rent Too High and Code It.
Big Boy is a take on Big Boy And Teacher AKA What Is Catty.

BU427A Hortense Ellis – Last Date
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/lastdate.mp3]
BU427B Pat Patchmo – Cherry Pink
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/cherrypink.mp3]
Last Date is on the same rhythm as Pat Kelly’s How Long Will It Take.
Cherry Pink was also released in the UK on the Jackpot label where it was credited to Mr Miller. There is a saxophone cut of the rhythm called Hot Coffee that was released on Unity (UN530B).

BU428A The Eldorados – Savage Colt
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/savagecolt.mp3]
BU428B The Eldorados – The Clea Hog (actually The Clean Hog)
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/thecleahog.mp3]
Savage Colt is a version of Throw Me Corn by Winston Shan (BU399). The Clean Hog is a version of the Hippy Boys Hog In A Me Minte.

BU429A Lloyd Jones – Rome
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/rome.mp3]
BU429B Rhythm Rulers – Version Of Rome
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/versionofrome.mp3]
A Harry Mudie production, Rome is best known for the hit instrumental version Leaving Rome issued in the UK on Trojan and on Moodisc in Jamaica. Mudie has returned to the rhythm several times over the years; with deejay cut’s by Big Joe and Nicodemus, in the 70’s and 90’s respectively and a late 90’s organ cut by Alex Solano.

BU430A The Clan – Na Na Hay Hay Goodbye
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/Clan-NaNaHayHay.mp3]
BU430B King Stitt – Musical Bop
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/KingStitt-MusicalBop.mp3]
The Clan tune is a cover of the pop hit Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye by Steam from 1969.

BU431A The Reggae Boys – Pupa Live On Eye Top
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/pupaliveoneyetop.mp3]
BU431B The Reggae Boys – Give Me Faith
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/givemefaith.mp3]

BU432A Charley Organaire – Salaam
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/CharleyOrganaire-Salaam.mp3]
BU432B Charley Organaire – African Melody
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/CharleyOrganaire-AfricanMelody.mp3]
This probably only came out as a blank label pre-release.
Salaam was produced by Willie Francis.
African Melody has two vocal cuts by Charley Organaire; Shubi Ubi (BU433) and It Isn’t Fair and was produced by Charley himself, it was later reissued on the UK Magnet label.

BU433A Charley Organaire – Shubi Ubi
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/bu433a.mp3]
BU433B Soul Cats – Let Me Go
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/bu433b.mp3]
This probably only came out as a blank label pre-release. Charley Organaire recounted in 2007 how he sung Shubi Ubi live and it was never given a title, he therefore named it Shubi Ubi in 2007. The Soul Cats were Ewan McDermott, Jerry Mathias, Charley Orgainaire and a fourth unidentified member. Both sides are Charley Organaire productions.

BU434A Lloyd Tyrell – Exposure
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/LloydTerrell-Exposure.mp3]
BU434B Lloyd Tyrell – Baby Huey
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/LloydTerrell-BabyHuey.mp3]


Exposure is a next cut to Lloyd Tyrell AKA Lloyd Charmers Birth Control.

BU435A Lloyd Tyrell – Dollars And Bonds
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/LloydCharmers-DollarsAndBonds.mp3]
BU435B Lloyd Tyrell – Sounds Familiar
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/LloydCharmers-SoundFamiliar.mp3]
Sounds Familiar is on the Fatty Fatty rhythm.

BU436A Sydney All Stars – The Return Of Batman
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/thereturnofbatman.mp3]
BU436B Sydney All Stars – In Action
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/inaction.mp3]

BU437A Sidney All Stars – Outer Space
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/outerspace.mp3]
BU437B Sidney All Stars – Full Moon
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/fullmoon.mp3]

BU438A Fitzroy Sterling – Freedom Street
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/freedomstreet.mp3]
BU438B Fitzroy’s All Stars – Freedom Version
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/freedomversion.mp3]
Fitzroy Stirling covers Ken Boothes classic.

BU439A Fitzroy And Harry – Reggae Sounds Are Boss
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/reggaesoundsareboss.mp3]
BU439B Fitzroy Sterling – Good By My Love
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/goodbyemylove.mp3]

BU440A The Rebels – Nice Grind
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/Rebels-NiceGrind.mp3]
BU440B Sidney Crooks’ All Stars – Version Of Grind
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/SydneyAllstars-VersionOfGrind.mp3]
Version Of Grind was also released as The Whealing Mouse (BU456B)

BU441A The Viceroys – Chariot Coming
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/chariotcoming.mp3]
BU441B Sydney All Stars – Stackata
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/stackata.mp3]
There was a deejay cut of Chariot Coming issued on a Punch blank pre-release (PH56) however the track was replaced for the label issue of Punch 56.

BU442A Lloyd Tyrell – Reggae A Bye Bye
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/LloydTerrell-ReggaeAByeBye.mp3]
BU442B Lloyd Tyrell – Dr. Jekell
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/LloydTyrell-DoctorJekyll.mp3]
Reggae A Bye Bye is a version of the Meters tune Look-Ka Py Py, it was also issued in the UK by Trojan on the Expolsion label titled Look-Ea-Py-Py and on US Strakers as Reggae-A-Py-Py.
Dr. Jekell (Doctor Jekyll) features Dave Barker, it was titled Black Power on the US issue on Strakers, this seems a more logical title if you listen to the lyrics.

BU443A Lloyd Terrell – Oh Me Oh My
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/ohmeohmy.mp3]
BU443B Lloyd Terrell – I Did It
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/ididit.mp3]
Oh Me Oh My is a cover of the Lulu song Oh Me Oh My (I’m a Fool for You Baby) that was a huge pop hit in 1970. I Did It is a cove of Jackie Mittoo’s Studio One hit Who Done It (and was titled Who Don It (sic) on the Jamaican Splash issue). This pairing was also released on Trojan in the UK.

BU444A The Viceroys – Power Control
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/Viceroys-PowerControl.mp3]
BU444B The Slickers – Dip Dip
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/Slickers-DipDip.mp3]
I’m pretty certain there is an organ cut of Dip Dip but I can’t think of the title right now, please post a comment if you know what it is.

BU445A Little Roy – Keep Trying
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/keeptrying.mp3]
BU445B The Matadors – Version II
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/keeptryingversionII.mp3]
A Lloyd Matador Daley production titled Keep On Trying on the Jamaican pre.

BU446A The Maytones – I Don’t Like To Interfare
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/idontwanttointerfere.mp3]
BU446B The Maytones – Preaching Love
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/preachinglove.mp3]
Preaching Love doesn’t sound like the Maytones.

BU447A Rhythm Rulers – Second Pressure
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/RhythmRulers-SecondPressure.mp3]
BU447B Rhythm Rulers – Sammy Dead
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/RhythmRulers-SammyDead.mp3]
Both sides are actually by the Music Specialists and are R.Khouri productions.
Second Pressure AKA Second Measure of Pressure, Sammy Dead AKA Double Dynamite.

BU448A Gregory Isaacs – Set Back
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/GregoryIsaacs-SetBack.mp3]
BU448B Biggie – Version II
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/Biggie-JackAndJill.mp3]
Both sides produced by Rupie Edwards. The deejay cut by Biggie was actually called Jack And Jill, it was reissued by Pama on Bullet 453B with the correct title.

BU449A The Slickers – Coolie Gal
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/Slickers-CoolieGal.mp3]
BU449B Biggie – Bawling Baby
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/Biggie-BawlingBaby.mp3]
Both sides produced by Rupie Edwards. The deejay cut by Biggie is AKA Beef Balls And Gravy.

BU450A The Viceroy – Come On Over
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/Viceroys-ComeOnOver.mp3]
BU450B Sidney Crooks’ All Stars – Version 2
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/bullet/SydneysAllstars-ComeOnOverVersion.mp3]
Actually a Lee Perry production and not Sydney Crooks as shown on the label. The artist credit on the flip side should be the Upsetters.

Part 3

4 comments to The Bullet label. Part 2

  • Phil ENTHUCOL

    Hi Tim
    You probably know but FYI ‘Summer Place’ is on the Sparkers ‘Dig It Up’ rhythm, 4th cut (AFAIK) after ‘Dig It Up’, ‘Rent Too High’ and ‘Code It’. Probably makes more sense adding this to the text than publishing the comment

    Phil E

  • Tim P

    Nice one Phil. I’ll sort this when I next do some updates on this

  • aperson

    Lloyd Tyrell’s track was obviously supposed to refer to “Doctor Jekyll,” but the people who made the label misspelled it as “Dr. Jekell,” and we as the consumers/scholars should “respect” whatever spelling the record decides to give a track, even though we “know” it’s wrong or misspelled. For example, you rightfully note both the misspelled and intended correct spelling of other Bullet releases, such as “Clea Hog” (supposed to be “Clean Hog”). So in this case, you should list the track as being “Dr. Jekell,” as listed on the label, and perhaps note in the description that it’s “supposed” to be Dr. Jekyll.

    Similarly, the BU430A The Clan release which you cite as “Na Na Hey Hey Goodbye” is actually spelled on the label as “Na Na Hay Hay Goodbye”, which, though “wrong,” is the title they chose to use, so we should honor their spelling in our official discographies!

    • admin

      Hi Aperson

      Many thanks for these – I completely agree that the listing should reflect the titles and credits as given on the original releases. For the most part I think they do however I’ve probably made a few mistakes myself plus the whole thing was copied and pasted from a now defunct pama discography website and on that the mistakes had been corrected. I’ve changed many but probably not caught them all yet.

      I’ll correct the ones you mention.

      Cheers!
      Tim

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