This is one of those tunes that really demonstrates how hard it is to compile an accurate discography that unites various JA, UK, & US releases.
I have the title on JA Pigeon, as P.William "Action Hood", producer credit to D.Phillip, Arr to Jubie.....it's a sex tune, dialogue between male & female (who doesn't sound like Fay Bennett).
The flip is called Version, by Jubie All Stars, but it's actually the Young Souls - Man A Wail - a Joe Gibbs Amalgamated release from a few years earlier.
This same pairing is found on the U.S. Giant label, which I used to have, only the artist credit on both sides is Action Ellis, the A side called 'Big Wood'; the B side called 'Want It Want It'
No mention of Lee Perry on either release. Our discography is often fleshed out by second hand info, particularly mail order sales lists, and as you know many sellers claim Lee Perry credits on very flimsy & speculative information.
As a further note, the Pigeon label was a catch-all for several producers (Niney, Bunny Lee) . Interesting that it seems to have been an outlet for early slack tunes:
Aitken, Laurel --**** Price
Clarendonians --Early In The Morning
Clarendonians --Peace & Love
Niney & Maxie [Romeo] --Every Pum (Pum Pum)
Niney (as Observers & unk. DJ) --Pop A Water
Niney (as Observers) --Reggaematic
Prince Williams --Big Wood (Action Wood) ( Action) (Big Hood)
Romeo, Max & Niney --Beardman Feast
Rude Girl (as Who?) --Boss Cocky
Also of note is the beautiful riddim used for Big Wood - which can be heard on several nice instrumentals and the great deejay cut by Sir Harry, all appearing on the Morwell Esquire label:
Bingy Bunny & Maurice Wellington --Mafia Boss
Downey, Tyrone (as Morwell Esq.) --Mafia Version
Downey, Tyrone (as Organ D) --Hot Call .
Prince Williams (as P. WIlliam) --Big Wood (Action Wood) ( Action) (Big Hood) Pigeon/Rhythm Force
Sir Harry --Last Call
Mike Turner - RKR