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The Camel label. Part 1 « DanceCrasher

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The Camel label. Part 1

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CA10 A The Techniques – Who You Gonna Run To
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/whoyougonnarunto.mp3]
CA10 B The Techniques – Hi There
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/hithere.mp3]
1969. Winston Riley productions. Who You Gonna Run To is actually by The Shades, it is a cover of Mikey McCullers 1964 Motown release and was written by Smokey Robinson. Hi There, AKA Look Who Is Back by Karl & The Aces, is a version of The Reason Why by the Techniques though some Jamaican issues of this credited the tune to Lloyd And The Tell Stars.

CA11 A The Inspirations – Down In The Park
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/downinthepark.mp3]
CA11 B The Inspirations – Love Oh Love
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/loveohlove.mp3]
1969. The first of a run of Lee Perry productions on Camel. This same pairing were probably only released on a blank in Jamaica. The Inspirations were a duo; Trevor Shaw (AKA Jimmy London) and Ransford White.

CA12 A Eric Morris – Can’t Get No Peace
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/cantgetnopeace.mp3]
CA12 B The Upsetters – For A Few Dollars More
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/forafewdollarsmore.mp3]
1969. Lee Perry productions. The same pairing were released in Jamaica on a blank pre-release only. For A Few Dollars More is named after 1965 Spaghetti Western.

CA13 A The Upsetters – Taste Of Killing
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/tasteofkilling.mp3]
CA13 B The Upsetters – My Mob
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/mymob.mp3]
1969. Lee Perry productions, again this pairing was only released on a blank pre-release in Jamaica. Taste Of Killing takes it’s name from the 1966 Spaghetti Western. My Mob is a cut of Love Oh Love by The Inspirations (CA11 B)

CA14 A Cannon Ball King – Danny Boy
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/dannyboy.mp3]
CA14 B Cannon Ball King – Reggae Happyness
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/reggayhappyness.mp3]
1969. These are usually described as Harry J productions but the reason for this is not clear, Bunny Lee seems to have pressed up blanks of these using UK stampers so possibly they are his productions. Cannon Ball King AKA King Cannon AKA Karl Bryan.

CA15(1) Delroy Wilson – Sad Mood
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/sadmood.mp3]
CA15(2) Stranger Cole – Give It To Me
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/giveittome.mp3]
1969. Sad Mood is actually by Ken Parker and is a Bunny Lee Produced cover of the Sam Cooke tune. This is the second time Parker cut this tune, he also recorded it for Bunny in 1967/68 in a slower Rocksteady style. Give It To Me is a Stranger Cole production.

CA15(1) Delroy Wilson – Sad Mood
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/sadmood.mp3]
CA 15 B-1 Δ G Delroy Wilson – This Heart Of Mine

This issue was a blank only and was probably slated in favour of the CA 15 pairing the Ken Parker (again no Delroy Wilson!) with Stranger Cole on the B side. The matrix for This Heart Of Mine is CA 15 B-1 Δ G where as Stranger Cole – Give It To Me is CA 15 B-2 Δ G.

CA16(1) The West Indians – Strange Whispering
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/strangewhispering.mp3]
CA16(2) Carl Dawkins – Hard To Handle
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/hardtohandle.mp3]
1969. Lee Perry productions, both tunes were issued on different blank pre-releases in Jamaica. The West Indians were Eric Donaldson, Hector Brooks and Leslie Burke. Hard To Handle is a cover of the Otis Redding song.

CA17(1) The Scorchers – Hold On Tight
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/holdontight.mp3]
CA17(2) The Royals – 100 LBS Of Clay
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/ahundredpoundofclay.mp3]
1969. Lloyd Daley productions. 100 LBS Of Clay is probably by the Emotions. Both sides were released on different blank pre-releases in Jamaica.

CA18A The Mellotones – Facts Of Life
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/factsoflife.mp3]
CA18B The Termites – I’ll Be Waiting
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/illbewaiting.mp3]
1969. Two Lee Perry productions, both sides were issued on different blank label pre-release in Jamaica. The Termites were Lloyd Parks and Wentworth Vernal. I’ll Be Waiting was also issued by Trojan on their Upsetter imprint, there was an organ cut called Neon Lights on the Many Moods Of The Upsetters.

CA19A The Techniques – Everywhere Everyone
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/everywhereeveryone.mp3]
CA19B The Techniques – Go Find Yourself A Fool
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/gofindyourselfafool.mp3]
1969. Winston Riley productions. Go Find Yourself A Fool is by The Shades though both the UK and Jamaican issues credit the Techniques. This must have been a big hit in Jamaica as it had numerous issues.

CA20A Eric Fatter – Since You Been Gone
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/sinceyouvebeengone.mp3]
CA20B Winston Hines – Cool Down
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/cooldown.mp3]
1969. Harry J productions. Eric Fatter is actually Eric Fratter and Winston Hines is actually Winston Hinds. Cool Down was on the flip side of the original Jamaican blank release of Liquidator.

CA21A The Inspirations – Wonder Of Love
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/wonderoflove.mp3]
CA21B The Inspirations – Cinderella
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/cinderella.mp3]
1969. Produced by Albert George Murphy. The same pairing were released on a blank pre-release in Jamaica.

CA22A Carl Bryan – Run For Your Life
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/runforyourlife.mp3]
CA22B The Two Sparks – When We Were Young
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/whenwewereyoung.mp3]
1969. Harry Mudie productions. When We Were Young is actually by the Two Spars, the writers credit for this is Dennis Walks so perhaps he was one of the two?

CA23A The Soul Cats – Your Sweet Love
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/yoursweetlove.mp3]
CA23B The Soul Cats – Keep It Moving
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/keepitmoving.mp3]
1969. Ewan McDermott productions. This was released on Jolly in Jamaica and on Randys in the USA. There was also an issue on Giant, it’s not clear if this was American or Jamaican.

CA24A Val Bennet – Midnight Spin
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/midnightspin.mp3]
CA24B The Soul Cats – Money Money
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/moneymoney.mp3]
1969. Ewan McDermott productions. Two cuts on the same rhythm.

CA25A Owen Gray – Girl What You’re Doing To Me
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/girlwhatyouredoingtome.mp3]
CA25B Owen Gray – Woman A Grumble
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/pama/camel/womanagrumble.mp3]
1969. Roots Knotty Roots credits these as Ranny Williams productions. The same pairing was released on a blank in Jamaica.

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