Derrick Harriott & The Crystalites - Psychedelic Train: Expanded Edition (Exp) (Uk) | RECORD STORE DAY

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DISC: 1

1. Psychedelic Train, Part One
2. No Man Is An Island
3. Laugh It Off
4. Message from the Black Man
5. Hum My Song
6. Riding for a Fall
7. Slave
8. Go Bye Bye
9. The Loser 1
10. Born to Love You 1
11. Walk the Streets 1
12. Standing in 1
13. Groovy Situation 1
14. Been So Long / You Lied to Your Daddy 1
15. It's Alright (You're Just in Love) 1
16. Solomon 1
17. You've Really Got a Hold on Me 1
18. Sitting on Top 1
19. The Girl's Alright with Me 2
20. Do I Worry 2
21. I'm Not Begging 2
22. Have Some Mercy 2
23. Tang! Tang! Festival Song 2
24. Long Time 2
25. Psychedelic Train, Chapter 3

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Digitally remastered and expanded edition. During the late 1960s, a select number of independent Jamaican music makers successfully challenged the island's recording industry giants and of these, few proved more talented or influential than Derrick Harriott. By the close of the decade, Harriott had produced a succession of local hits on his Crystal and Move & Groove imprints, and in 1970 a dozen of his most popular rock steady and reggae works to date were gathered on what proved to be one of Trojan Records' most popular LPs of the year: Psychedelic Train. Now, some 46 years after it's original release, this seminal album is at long last available once more, with it's original dozen tracks augmented by a further 13 rock steady and early reggae recordings. The end result is the most definitive collection of the immensely popular singer-producer's early works yet to see issue.