In 1973 Kingston, Jamaica friends Maurice "Blacka" Wellington and Eric "Bingy Bunny" Lamont formed The Morwells aka Morwell Unlimited. Bingy Bunny had recorded with the great "Bongo Herman" Davis for Derrick Harriott while Blacka was an active record salesman/independent producer releasing Sir Harry's "Last Call" amongst others. In 1974 the group became a vocal trio adding The Versatiles' Louis Davis to the fold. The arresting A1 Dub, Morwell Unlimited's final studio album, was issued on Trojan Records in 1980 and finds them flanked by Channel One's celebrated in-house band, the Revolutionaries (including Sly & Robbie). Bingy Bunny went on to form The Roots Radics with Errol "Flabba" Holt Carter. Every member helped revolutionize reggae music in some major way with The Roots Radics making the heaviest impact by dominating the reggae music scene in the 1980's.