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Derrick Harriott - Listen to Derrick Harriott on Deezer. Derrick Harriott Rock Steady 1966-1969. Composers: HARRIOTT DERRICK. The Loser, Now We Know. Composers: Derrick Harriott. 01. Dub Whip (Groucho Remix). The Sound Of Love International. 18. Monkey Ska. Derrick Harriott. This Is Trojan Ska. 02:15. 05. Walk the Streets (You Might as Well Forget Him). This Is Trojan Rock Steady.
Lavender's Blue" (sometimes called "Lavender Blue") is an English folk song and nursery rhyme dating to the 17th century. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 3483. It has been recorded in various forms since the 20th century and some pop versions have been hits in the US and UK charts. There are as many as thirty verses to the song, and many variations of each verse.
Lavender Blue (New Style Mix). A2. Lavender Blue/Dilly My Queen (Club Mix). Lavender Blue/Dilly My Queen (Straight Mix).
Derrick Harriott helped to shape the chirpy rocksteady sound in Jamaica and is spoken of with reverence by many Jamaican artists. The album closer is the deejay version of that song with Ramon The Mexican as toaster, who later became known as sweet voiced vocalist Ambelique. In between these two tracks we are treated to a superb selection of (hit) tunes including Do I Worry, Solomon, No Man Is An Island, Groovy Situation, The Loser, Walk The Streets, the remake of Born To Love You and Message From A Black Man : Yes, my skin is black,, But that’s no reason to hold me back. Watch this video on YouTube. Derrick Harriott – Walk The Streets. Derrick Harriott – Solomon. Derrick Harriott – Tang! Tang! Festival Song.
Derrick Harriott Reggae & Roots 1971 to 1977 - 10 Singles Set, Pt. 4, 2014. Derrick Harriott Reggae & Roots 1971 to 1977 - 10 Singles Set, Pt.