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The Morwells

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The Morwells

Formed in 1973, in Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies, this group featured Maurice "Blacka" Wellington (b. 19 August 1950, d. 12 October 2000; vocals, percussion) and Bingi Bunny (b. Eric Lamont, c.1956, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies, d. January 1994; vocals, guitar). Prior to forming the group, Wellington had been a record salesman, and Lamont had recorded with Bongo Herman for Derrick Harriott.

In 1974, they released "Mafia Boss" and "You Got To Be Holy" on their own Morwell Esquire label, and followed these with their debut, Presenting The Morwells, in 1975. The album was a blend of strong original songs and cover versions of hits…

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