Bingy Bunny

Eric Norman Lamont

Also known as B. Bunny, Bengy Bunny, Bing Bunny, Bing-Bunny, Binge Bunny, Bingey Bunny, Binggi Bunny, Binggy Bunny, Bingi Bunny, Bingie Bunny, Bingy, Bingy "Bunny" Lamont, Bingy Bunnie, Bingy Buny, Bingy, Bunny, Bongo Bunny, Bungie Bunny, Bunny, Eric Bingy Bunny, Gingy Bunny

Discography of Bingy Bunny:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Liquidator / Chairman Of The Board 2 Audio 1984 Harry J Records
2 International Scout 2 Audio 1973 Ackee
3 Me And Jane 9 Audio 1982 Cha Cha Music
4 I Am Telling You / Coca-Cola Bad Boy 2 Audio 1980 12 Star Records
5 Things Not Easy / Ration 2 Audio 1973 Smash (2)
6 We Are Praying 2 Audio 1972 Song Bird
7 Young Lover / Him A Natty Dread 2 Audio 1981 Cha Cha Music
8 Keep It In The Family / Me And Jane 2 Audio 1982 Cha Cha Music
9 Him A Natty Dread 2 Audio Morwell Esq.
10 Coming Home To Zion / Coming Home To Zion Dub 2 Audio 2010 Archive Recordings (Jamaica)
11 Swing And Dine / Greenwich Road Skank 2 Audio 1974 Morwell Esq.
12 Young Lover 4 Audio African Museum
13 Mafia Boss 2 Audio 1974 Morwell Esq.
14 International Scout 2 Audio Version (3)
15 We're In This Love 2 Audio Morwell Esq.
16 Natty Come Yah / I Wanna Love You 2 Audio 2011 TEEM
17 Feel Nice / Quick And Slick 2 Audio 1972 Attack
18 Femi-Fille 2 Audio Stop Point (2)
19 Killer Flour 2 Audio 1975 Teem
20 Day Da Light 2 Audio 1972 Opportunity Records
21 Natty Come Ya / I Want To Be Loved 2 Audio Over Due
22 Bingy Bunny & Morwells 10 Audio 1981 Park Heights
23 We Are Praying 2 Audio 1972 Move & Groove
24 Know For I 2 Audio 1971 Song Bird
25 Hush 2 Audio 1982 Carib Gems
26 Dont Go / Medicine 2 Audio Cash Box (3)
27 Know For I 2 Audio Move & Groove
28 Freedom Time / Cripple Skank 2 Audio Not On Label
29 Mug Head/I Was Born To Love 4 Audio 1974 Prestige (4)
30 Hush / Cencimellia 2 Audio 1982 Park Heights
31 Killer Flour 2 Audio 1975 MCM (9)


Jamaican reggae guitarist and singer.

Born : September 23, 1955 in Kingston, Jamaica .

Died : December 31, 1993 . (Prostate cancer)

His career started in the seventies as part of [a=Bongo Herman] & Bingy Bunny before he joined [a=Morwells, The] to sing lead. Then he became the rhythm guitarist for [a=Roots Radics, The], the most important and trendsetting reggae band in the eighties. During his Roots Radics' years he also released several solo albums as a singer and worked for On U sound's [a=Dub Syndicate] collective.


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