Derrick Harriott

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Derrick Harriott (born February 6th, 1939, Jamaica) is a singer and record producer, founder of Crystal Records, along with shop/distributor Derrick's One Stop and subsequent labels Move & Groove and Crystal D. In 1971, Swing magazine named Harriott the Top Producer of 1970. He was one of the first producers to use King Tubby's mixing talents at his Waterhouse studio, issuing one of the earliest dub albums, Scrub A Dub, credited to The Crystallites. Uncle of Kim Harriott.

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