• Derrick Harriott – Keep On Dancing
    • Bobby Ellis & Desmond Miles Seven – Now We Know
    • 1. Derrick Harriott – Keep On Dancing
    • 2. Bobby Ellis & Desmond Miles Seven – Now We Know

    Taken from the epic album'Rock Steady Party', this is the first time ever released on 7 inch single and is Derrick Harriott's interpretation of praising Rocksteady dancehall. The B-side, 'Now We Know'is an original single version of the song and this is the best example of how Crystalites play the rhythm.

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