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      April 21, 2012, at 9:51 am

      The 100 greatest Rocksteady tunes #9

      Derrick Harriott - Walk The StreetsDerrick Harriott – Walk The Streets (Derrick Harriott production)

      Derrick Harriott wasn’t the greatest singer of the rocksteady era but he was certainly premier league. He had a remarkable knack for picking a tune and making it his own too, if he’d been in America in the same period he would have been a household name to equal the likes of Marvin Gaye.

      Walk The Streets was originally recorded by The Tams as You Might As Well Forget Him, it’s a classic tale of heartbreak that works perfectly as rocksteady:

      Whoa, darling, you might as well forget him
      For he’s gone, he’s said his last goodbye”
      .

      Great stuff and hugely underrated.

      Walk The Streets was originally issued on a Crystal 7″ in Jamaica and on Island in the UK. It is currently available on a Crystal 7″ from Dub Store.

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

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