Derrick Harriot And The Crystalites - The Barefoot Brigade album download
|A||The Barefoot Brigade|
- Written-By, Producer – Derrick Harriott
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|EX-2003||Winston Wright And The Crystalites||Winston Wright And The Crystalites - Barefoot Brigade / Slippery (7", Single)||Explosion||EX-2003||UK||1969|
|none||Winston Wright And The Crystalites||Winston Wright And The Crystalites - Barefoot Brigade / Slippery (7", Single, W/Lbl)||Derrick's One Stop||none||Jamaica||1969|
The lyrics to his song "Message from a Black Man" (circa 1970) echoed the growing black consciousness in American soul music of that time. In 1970 he issued The Crystalites' The Undertaker, an instrumental album in a similar vein to the early music of The Upsetters. He produced successful albums by other artists, including DJ Scotty's Schooldays, Dennis Brown's Super Reggae and Soul Hits, and also his own 14 Chartbuster Hits. In 1971, Swing magazine named Harriott the Top Producer of 1970. He was one of the first producers to use King Tubby.
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In 1966 Derrick opened his own record shop. He worked with some of the island’s best musicians, brought together in The Desmond Miles Seven, later he assembled the Crystalites with Bobby Aitken, Jackie Jackson, Hux Brown, Winston Wright, Lyn Tait, Joe Isaacs and Bobby Ellis. He rocked Jamaica with his productions: Stop That Train by Keith and Tex, Rudy Mills’ Long Story and his own tunes Solomon, Walk The Streets, Do I Worry and The Loser. John Jones by Rudy Mills was a major hit 1968
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