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August 16, 2010, at 1:53 pm

I am wiser than Solomon

A while ago I made Derrick Harriot’s Solomon number 42 in the greatest 100 rocksteady tunes feature. Mel Cooke in the Gleaner does the song more justice than I ever could in a double feature based on conversations with Derrick Harriott. These tell us who wrote the tune (Junior Murvin) what tune kept it off the number one spot in jamaica (54-46) what else was recorded at the same session (Keith & Tex – Stop That Train and Tonight) and lots more.

[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/rs100/solomon.mp3]

Check the Gleaner links below:
‘Solomon’ challenges legendary king’s wisdom
Toots stops ‘Solomon’s’ No. 1 march

2 comments to I am wiser than Solomon

  • kenny lithgow

    did you know the first ever rocksteady tune was byan english group in 1964 check it out on youtube its called blue blue blue beat by the tornados scary ay .

  • SteelyNL RoundBeat

    Also check out/google Dutch artist Rita Hovink (1944-1979) De Blue Blue Beat (CNR-45/1964) on YouTube please 🙂

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