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To commemorate Jamaica's 60th year of independence, Doctor Bird present Derrick Morgan's seminal long player, the title track of which became a national anthem for celebrating islanders in 1962. Previously unavailable on CD, the LP has been expanded to include the remainder of the singer-songwriter's early recordings for Leslie Kong's revered Beverley's Records, originally released between 1961 to 1963. The second disc focuses on Derrick's return to Beverley's during the Rock Steady era, with the selection commencing with his hugely collectable 'Best Of' album, which first saw issue on Doctor Bird in 1969. The LP is similarly enhanced here with the original track-listing bolstered by his finest Rock Steady and proto-Reggae recordings for the label. Including numerous hits and tracks new to CD, this is the perfect way to pay tribute to Jamaica and one of it's greatest foundation artists
To commemorate Jamaica's 60th year of independence, Doctor Bird present Derrick Morgan's seminal long player, the title track of which became a national anthem for celebrating islanders in 1962. Previously unavailable on CD, the LP has been expanded to include the remainder of the singer-songwriter's early recordings for Leslie Kong's revered Beverley's Records, originally released between 1961 to 1963. The second disc focuses on Derrick's return to Beverley's during the Rock Steady era, with the selection commencing with his hugely collectable 'Best Of' album, which first saw issue on Doctor Bird in 1969. The LP is similarly enhanced here with the original track-listing bolstered by his finest Rock Steady and proto-Reggae recordings for the label. Including numerous hits and tracks new to CD, this is the perfect way to pay tribute to Jamaica and one of it's greatest foundation artists
5013929280441

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Format: CD
Label: DOCTOR BIRD
Rel. Date: 07/22/2022
UPC: 5013929280441

Forward March (Uk)
Artist: Derrick Morgan
Format: CD
New: Available $26.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Forward March
2. The Hop
3. Look Before You Leap
4. Don't Be a Fool
5. It's True My Darling
6. Housewife's Choice
7. Blazing Fire
8. I've Found a Queen
9. Teach Me Baby
10. Angel with the Blue Eyes
11. Last Chance
12. Don't You Worry
13. No Raise No Praise
14. Travel on
15. Be Still
16. Gypsy Woman
17. Street Girl
18. Sunday Morning
19. Don't Talk About Me 20 Edmarine
20. See and Blind
21. I'm in a Jam
22. Leave Her Alone
23. Cherry Home
24. I'm Sending This Message
25. Sail on (Derrick Morgan ; Patsy Todd)
26. Dorothy
27. Corner Stone
28. Loving Baby 3
29. Tell It to Me
30. Tougher Than Tough
31. Woman a Grumble
32. Do the Beng Beng
33. Court Dismiss
34. No Dice
35. Me Naw Give Up
36. Judge Dread in Court
37. What's Your Grouse
38. Kill Me Dead
39. Johnny Pram Pram
40. Greedy Gal
41. I Am the Ruler
42. King for Tonight
43. Ben Johnson Day
44. Want More
45. Dear Lover
46. You Never Miss Your Water
47. Horse Dead, Cow Fat
48. Don't Get Me Upstir
49. Don't Say
50. I Mean It
51. Revenge
52. Try Me
53. Real Ring Ding
54. Got You on My Mind
55. I'm Leaving
56. Mercy Mercy
57. Copy Cat
58. Will You Marry Me
59. More Flour Than Water
60. Be Still

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To commemorate Jamaica's 60th year of independence, Doctor Bird present Derrick Morgan's seminal long player, the title track of which became a national anthem for celebrating islanders in 1962. Previously unavailable on CD, the LP has been expanded to include the remainder of the singer-songwriter's early recordings for Leslie Kong's revered Beverley's Records, originally released between 1961 to 1963. The second disc focuses on Derrick's return to Beverley's during the Rock Steady era, with the selection commencing with his hugely collectable 'Best Of' album, which first saw issue on Doctor Bird in 1969. The LP is similarly enhanced here with the original track-listing bolstered by his finest Rock Steady and proto-Reggae recordings for the label. Including numerous hits and tracks new to CD, this is the perfect way to pay tribute to Jamaica and one of it's greatest foundation artists
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