Derrick Morgan In London

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First released 1969, the year Derrick returned to England to work with the three Palmer Brothers, Harry, Jeffrey and Carl, whose Pama Records were giving Trojan Records serious competition in purveying the brand new faster, more aggressive, reggae beat not only to the expatriate Jamaican audience but also to the music’s latest adherents... the skinheads. A number of his greatest hits from the period were included on this classic Derrick Morgan In London album, although actually all tracks (were) produced by Derrick Morgan in Jamaica. The set was originally released on the Pama Economy subsidiary which is rather ironic considering prices for an original copy of this excellent album now start at £100.
Seven Letters
First Taste Of Love
How Can I Forget
Stand By Me
Don't Play That Song
Too Bad
One Morning In May
Come What May
Send Me Some Loving
Make It Tan Deay
Give Me Back
River To The Bank
Format: LP
Label: Burning Sounds
Catalogue numbers: BSRLP920

Companies:
Phonographic Copyright (p)-Secret Records Limited
Copyright (c)-Secret Records Limited

Barcodes & Identifiers:
Barcode-5 036436 117727
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)


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