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  • 1. Mek It Tan Deay
  • 2. Lennox Brown – Green Hornet

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 were released in 1969 on the UK Crab and Pama label.

Other Releases by Derrick Morgan

Derrick MorganSend A Little Rain (1972)Grape
1971 Original UK press reggae 45 - listen actual audio. Vinyl VG (writing on label) 100% Guarantee on this and all Original Vinyl at Sounds Of The Universe...
Derrick MorganEndlesslyHop Records
Both sides were recorded in England, funky skinhead reggae from 1970, originally released on the Crab/Pama label.
Derrick MorganGather Together Now / Soft HandHop Records
Two more songs that Derrick Morgan produced and recorded along with the Blues Blenders at famous Studio One. "Gather Together Now" aka "Celebration Jamaica"...
Derrick MorganPeople DecisionRadiation Roots
People Decision, voiced at King Tubby's studio for Lee and released by Third World in 1977, sees Morgan in politicised roots reggae mode on songs like...
Derrick MorganTop The PopReggae Retro Records
Features Derrick Morgan and  Pauline Watson on 'Give You My Love'; the chugging rocksteady beat on 'Send Me Some Loving' and Lee "Scratch"...
Derrick MorganForward MarchBeverley's
Two early ska classics back to back on clean reissue pressings

Other Releases on Hop

Derrick Morgan & George DekkerBen Johnson DayHop
1968 recordings from Derrick Morgan & George Dekker with Desmond on backing vocals as well, produced by Leslie Kong.
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...
The GrooversYou've Got To CryHop
Two fine early rocksteady songs, on a-side Johnny Melody aka George Dekker who recorded a few songs for producer Derrick Morgan. Johnny Melody is leading...