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Various - Derrick Harriott & Other Various Artists - Those Reggae Oldies download mp3 album
Derrick Harriott & Other Various Artists - Those Reggae Oldies
Reggae, Rocksteady
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Derrick Harriott & Various ‎– I Remember Those Reggae Oldies. Label: Crystal Records (3) ‎– none. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.

Derrick Harriott, Various ‎– Those Reggae Oldies. Matrix, Runout (Side A): SRL-LP 9 A' MT. Matrix, Runout (Side B): SRL-LP 9 B' MT.

Derrick Harriott & Various Artists – 14 Chartbuster Hits – 1973 – Crystal. Derrick Harriott & The Crystalites, Chariot Riders – 1970 – Blockbuster Reggae Instrumentals. Greatest Reggae Hits – 1975 – Crystal/Trojan. Enter The Chariot – 1978. Derrick Harriott & Various Artists – Those Reggae Oldies – 1978. Derrick Harriott & The Jiving Juniors – The Donkey Years 1961–1965 – Jamaican Gold (1993). Derrick Harriott & Various Artists – Step Softly 1965–1972 – Trojan (1988). Derrick Harriott – Sings Jamaican Rock Steady Reggae – Jamaican Gold

Derrick Harriott Reggae: Funk & Soul, 1969-1975.

Derrick Harriott - Standing In, It's Alright. Derrick Harriott - Trying To Get To You. Reggae. Derrick Harriott - Checkin' Out.

The soundtrack album played a major part in popularizing reggae in the United States and the world beyond, the film itself preventing the genre from remaining an isolated phenomenon in Jamaica. Derrick Harriott - producer. Leslie Kong - producer. Bunny Lee - producer reissue tracks. Byron Lee - producer.

Derrick Harriott first entered the musical arena in 1955 through Vere Johns Junior's Opportunity Hour talent contest where his solo renditions of 'When You Dance' proved very popular with one of the most demanding audiences in the world. After teaming up with a school friend, Claude Sang Jn. in 1957 they began to practise on a captured piano in the main assembly hall during breaks and the duo sailed through the opening rounds of the Opportunity Hour talent contests before eventually coming second in the finals with 'I'm In Love'. Derrick Harriott - Psychedelic Train (2:59) 04. The Crystalites - Stranger in Town (2:52) 05. Karl Bryan - Slippery (2:53) 06. Derrick Harriott - Message from a Black Man (4:13) 07. Chosen Few - Am I Black Enough (3:15) 08. Bongo Herman - Home Sweet Home (2:34) 09.

Derrick Harriott – It’s All Right. After having sung in church, Derrick Harriott started in the ’50s attending a number of stage shows. Soon he entered Vere Johns Junior’s Opportunity Hour talent contest and formed the duo Sang & Harriott. They caught the attention of m owners Duke Reid and Coxsone Dodd. Derrick Harriott helped to shape the chirpy rocksteady sound in Jamaica and is spoken of with reverence by many Jamaican artists. This 20 track compilation set shines on Derrick Harriott’s productions during the heydays of rocksteady 1966 to 1969. The set opens with the 1967 enduring rocksteady instrumental masterpiece from Bobby Ellis & The Desmond Miles Seven, Step Softly. Such a wicked tune! On the album we also find two up-tempo early reggae tunes from Junior, Hustler and Magic Touch. Two of Derrick’s best known hits are included here as well.

7. Rudy Mills - Derrick Harriott. 8. Penny for Your Song - Derrick Harriott. You look like someone who appreciates good music.