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    Derrick MorganStand By MeHop
    Two great early reggae versions of Ben E King hits, produced and sung by Derrick Morgan.
    • Derrick Morgan – Stand By Me
    • Derrick Morgan – Don't Play That Song
    Derrick MorganHold You Jack / I Love YouHop
    The famous "Wet Dream" riddim was done by Derrick Morgan. Derrick recalls in a recent interview with Reggae Fever: "Wet Dream now, Bunny Lee, Lester Sterling...
    • Derrick Morgan – Hold You Jack
    • Derrick Morgan – i Love You
    Derrick Morgan & The Blues BlendersAin't That CrazyHop
    Two great rocksteady tracks produced by Derrick Morgan, the a-side was probably never released as a 7" so far. Backing vocals on "Give Me That Love" are...
    • Derrick Morgan & The Blues Blenders – Ain't That Crazy
    • Nehemiah Reid – Give Me That Love
    Derrick MorganMek It Tan DeayHop
    Both sides on the same riddim, early skinhead reggae produced by Derrick Morgan. Not sure if the songs were ever released in Jamaica at the time but they...
    • Derrick Morgan – Mek It Tan Deay
    • Lennox Brown – Green Hornet
    Derrick Morgan & Desmond DekkerDo The Beng BengHop
    This is Derricks invitation to do the new dance in 1968 called "Shing-A-Ling". The Dekker brothers, Desmond and George, doing the harmonies on "Do The...
    • Derrick Morgan & Desmond Dekker – Do The Beng Beng
    • Beverley All Stars – Express
    Derrick Morgan & Blues BlendersDinner For TwoHop
    Two out of maybe 10 songs Derrick Morgan recorded at Studio One. "Dinner For Two" and the lesser known "Love Has Joined Us Together" with the Blues Blenders...
    • Derrick Morgan & Blues Blenders – Dinner For Two
    • Derrick Morgan & Blues Blenders – Love Has Joined Us Together
    The ViceroysSend RequestHop
    Both songs on the same killer rocksteady riddim produced by Derrick Morgan 1968, with the very rare version from Errol Dunkley on the flip.
    • The Viceroys – Send Request
    • Errol Dunkley – Trying To Keep Me Down