• Desmond Dekker – Licking Stick
    • 1. Licking Stick
    • 2. Version

    wicked rocksteady tune from desmond dekker here issued on original label with very rare version on the b-side.

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      Mid sixties rocksteady from Winston & George Dekker with the killer "Keep The Pressure On" on the flip.
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