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A Derrick Harriott production, this is in fact a Rock Steady track, but, because of the innovative nature of the music it was able to sit comfortably on the turntables alongside the latter Reggae sound. It also has a durable timeless quality that is due in part to it's obscure and enigmatic lyrics. Keith Rowe & Texas Dixon did most of their duetting for Derrick Harriott, the two more famous tracks by them are Tonight and Stop That Train. Rowe enjoyed some success in the mid 1970's with Groovy Situation, which he cut for Lee Perry.
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