For contractual reasons, Jamaican soul singer turned composer, producer and arranger Winston Francis often worked under the alias "Billy Cole". In the 1970s, he released a string of fine singles and one album using the pseudonym, most of which have now become collector's items. "Bump All Night", a fine chunk of intergalactic Caribbean funk drenched in Clavinet lines and dub-delay, was first released in 1975 and features the hitherto unknown Davis & Crooks (believed to be Bobby Davis and David Crooks AKA Dave Barker). Francis goes solo on the flip side, lending his Nat King Cole meets Harry Nilsson style voice to the string-laden torch song "Woman". This was originally the title track of his sought-after album of the same name and has previously never been released on a "45".