A selection of magical rocksteady music from one of the masters of the genre…One of the forerunners in Jamaican music from its very beginning, Derrick Harriott, along with a stellar cast, showcases the some superb rocksteady.
After an incredible sixty years in the Jamaican music business the ever youthful Derrick Harriott is still actively involved in making music, reissuing classics from his copious catalogue, performing stage shows that would exhaust a man half his age and continuing to run his record shop in Half Way Tree, Kingston, Jamaica.
A stunning selection of some of his rocksteady classics from between 1966 and 1969 is featured on this release ranging from Derrick's biggest hits such as 'Solomon' and 'Do I Worry' and the legendary Keith & Tex with 'Stop That Train' and 'Tonight' to sought after obscurities including Junior Soul's 'Glendevon Special' and 'Magic Touch' and instrumentals from Bobby Ellis.
|A1||–Bobby Ellis||Step Softly|
|A2||–Derrick Harriott||Reach Out I'll Be There|
|A3||–Keith & Tex||Stop That Train|
|A4||–Junior Soul (2)||Glendevon Special|
|A5||–Bobby Ellis||Now We Know|
|A6||–Derrick Harriott||Do I Worry|
|A7||–Keith & Tex||Tonight|
|A8||–Bobby Ellis||Feeling Peckish|
|A9||–Noel Browne||Heartbreak Girl|
|A10||–David Anthony (5)||All Night|
|B1||–Keith & Tex||Hypnotizing Eyes|
|B3||–Derrick Harriott||The Loser|
|B4||–Junior Soul (2)||Magic Touch|
|B5||–Bobby Ellis||The Emperor|
|B6||–Junior Soul (2)||The Hustler|
|B7||–Ike Bennett & The Crystalites||Illya Kuryankin|
|B8||–Noel Browne||Man's Temptation|
|B9||–Keith & Tex||Run To The Rocks|
|B10||–Derrick Harriott||It's All Right|