Kama Records was a small independent or possibly DIY label from Much Wenlock.  Kama was responsible for four albums from 1978 to 1980, by artists who seem to have been from the Club / Cabaret circuit, but, as can be seen from the discography below, most of its few 7" releases came out in the early '80s. Happily, however, it released one single in 1979 and thus qualified for a place on this site.  The single in question offered cover versions of themes from 'Star Wars' and '633 Squadron', performed by the Embassy Duo.  Its catalogue number was KZ-655-SS. Kama Record label was from Telford, Shropshire, England. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

79 The Embassy Duo Star Wars KAMA KZ 655SS
82 Just Dean* Hurt  KAMA KZ 656SS
83 Tony Best They Don't Play Rock Of Ages On The Juke Box  KAMA KZ 657SS
83 Justin Dean Always On My Mind KAMA KZ 658SS

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