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      The Camel label. Part 2

      CA26A Harry And Radcliff – History


      CA26B Harry And Radcliff – Just Be Alone

      1969. Hippy Boys productions. History is actually a cover of Wondeful World by Sam Cooke. The same pairing were also released on Punch (PH 8).

      CA26A Carl Bryan – Baff Baff (aka “Stagger Back”)

      CA26B Carl Bryan – The Creeper

      1969. George Murphy productions. This was never officially released on Camel though blank pressings with the Camel matrix exist. The proper release was on the Gas label (GAS 133). Baff Baff AKA Stagger Back is a version of Baff Boom by the Tennors . The Creeper is a version of The Stage by the Tennors.

      CA27A The Maytones – Sentimental Reason

      CA27B The Maytones – Lover Girl
      1969. Alvin Ranglin productions. The same pairing was also released by Trojan on the Explosion imprint.

      CA28A Eric ‘Monty’ Morris And The Maples – No More Teardrops

      CA28B Eric ‘Monty’ Morris And The Maples – Love Me Or Leave Me

      1969.Alvin Ranglin productions.

      CA29A The Hippy Boys – Cat Nip

      CA29B The Hippy Boys – Cooyah

      1969. Probably produced by Lloyd Charmers. Cooyah was issued on a Jamaican blank and on Randys in the USA. Cat Nip was probably only released on this Camel issue, it is an organ cut of That’s The Way My Love Is by the Uniques.

      CA30A Lloyd Charmers – Confidential

      CA30B Tommy Cowan – House In Session

      1969. House In Session is a version of Time Is Tight by Booker T & The MG’s, there was a second version from Charmers titled Big Thing released in the UK (and miscredited to Winston Blake) on Crab.

      CA31A The Sensations – Warrior

      CA31B Johnny Organ – Don Juan

      Winston Riley productions. Don Juan is a version of the Techniques – Man Of My Word.

      CA32A Winston Wright – Power Pack

      CA32B The Two Sparks – Throwing Stones

      Harry Mudie productions, both sides were issued on different blanks 7″s in Jamaica. The Two Sparks are actually the Two Spars.

      CA33A The Soul Mates – Beware Of Bad Dogs

      CA33B The Soul Mates – Short Cut

      1969. Glen Adams productions.

      CA34A Owen Gray And The Rudies – Don’t Take Your Love Away

      CA34B Owen Gray And The Rudies – Two Lovers

      CA35A Tony Sexton And Junior English – Nobody Knows

      CA35B Junior English – Somewhere

      CA36A The Little Roys – Bongo Nyah

      CA36B The Creations – Dad Name

      Lloyd Daley productions. Issued on Matador in Jamaica and also on Randys in the US. The Little Roys = Little Roy. Dad Name should actually be Bad Name.

      CA37A Owen Gray And The Rudies – Every Beat Of My Heart

      CA37B Owen Gray And The Rudies – Don’t Cry

      CA38A Young Freddie – Drink And Gamble

      CA38B Lenox Brown And Hue Roy – King Of The Road

      CA39A Bunny Lee All Stars – The Three Stooges

      CA39B Bunny Lee All Stars – The Isle Of Love

      CA40A The Federals – In This World

      CA40B The Federals – You Better Call On Me

      CA41A Lloyd Robinson – The Worm

      CA41B Neville Hinds – Afro

      CA42A The Little Roys – Gold Digger

      CA42B The Matadors – The Mine

      CA43A Little Roy – Scrooge

      CA43B Little Roy – In The Days Of Old

      CA44A Neville Hinds – London Bridge

      CA44B The Scorchers – Things And Time

      1970. Lloyd Daley productions issued in Jamaica on the Matador label.

      CA45A The Matadors – Dark Of The Sun

      CA45B The Matadors – Dreader Than Dread

      CA46A Little Roy – You Run Come

      CA46B Little Roy – Skank King

      CA47A The Maytones – Black And White Unite

      CA47B Gloria’s All Stars – Jombo Jet

      1970. Alving Ranglin productions.

      CA48A Gloria’s All Stars – Jumping Dick

      CA48B Gloria’s All Stars – Newsroom

      CA49A The Maytones – Since You Left

      CA49B Gloria’s All Stars – Bird Wing

      CA50A Owen Gray – Don’t Sign The Paper

      CA50B Owen Gray – Packing Up Lonliness

      Part 3 coming soon

      References used for the production of these pages:
      The Pama Forum (special thanks to contributions by Madam Streggae, Steady Rock Studio Two)
      Kiss Me Neck-The Scratch Story In Words, Pictures And Records – Jeremy Collingwood (Cherry Red Books)
      People Funny Boy-The Genius Of Lee Scratch Perry – David Katz (Payback Press)
      Roots Knotty Roots http://www.reggaefever.ch/rkr/

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