Independent label: Injun Records was based in Hassocks, Surrey.  Injun was owned and run by Rockabilly enthusiasts Piers Chalmers and Trevor Engleton.  Its speciality was reissues of obscure American Rockabilly singles, and it managed more than a dozen releases during the four years (1970-73) of its existence.  Injun's first single, Joe Poovey's, 'Ten Long Fingers', came out in 1970 without a catalogue number: the 'B.M.1.' on the label would appear to be a misprint of 'BMI', the publisher.  The label was of plain design, and was dark red with black printing.  Eventually this single was re-pressed; later pressing have a catalogue number of '100'.  A slight revamp followed: the remaining singles were numbered in the 100s, and at some point after 101 the company name was given the dignity of being enclosed in a box.  The colour of the label varied. Later singles, from 109, came with black-and-silver-halved labels and a new logo, though at least one was coloured black-on-blue instead of silver-on-black.  Injun singles can't have been pressed in great quantities. Distributed By Injun Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

70 Poovey Joe Ten Long Fingers INJUN BM 1
70 (Groove) Joe Poovey Ten Long Fingers INJUN 100
70 (Groove) Joe Poovey Move Around INJUN 1 101
70 (Groove) Joe Poovey 10 Long Fingers (On 88 Keys) / Thrill Of Love INJUN 102
70 Stevenson N A & Four Kings Boogie Woogie Country Girl INJUN 103
71 Lonesome Drifter Eager Boy INJUN 104
71 Roy The Hound One Monkey Don'T Stop No Show INJUN 105
71 Grieves Grant Four In The Floor INJUN 106
72 Pullens Vern Bop Crazy Baby INJUN 107
72 Boatman Tooter Thunder And Lightning INJUN 108
72 Bell Eddie Johnny B Goode In Hollywood INJUN 109
72 Pullens Vern Bop Crazy Baby INJUN 110
72 Lamarr Gene & Blue Flames You Don'T Love Me Anymore INJUN 111
73 Wayne Alvis I Gottum INJUN 112
73 Cassell Tommy Go Ahead On INJUN 113
72 Ray Campi And The Snappers Hey Caterpillar INJUN E.P. 200

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