Jimmy Cliff - Follow My Mind (1976) Full Album

Jimmy Cliff - Follow My Mind (1976) Full Album

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1) Look At The Mountains (0:00) 2) The News (3:09) 3) I'm Gonna Live, I'm Gonna Love (6:24) 4) Going Mad (9:45) 5) Dear Mother (12:41) 6) Who Feels It, Knows It (16:03) 7) Remake The World (19:42) 8) No Woman No Cry (22:20) 9) Wahjahka Man (26:05) 10) Hypocrites (29:31) 11) If I Follow My Mind (34:01) 12) You're The Only One (36:41) 1976 Studio Album by Jamaican Reggae/Ska Musician Jimmy Cliff. (Vinyl rip)
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Jimmy Cliff - Best Of Jimmy Cliff - Justice Sound.

Jimmy Cliff - Best Of Jimmy Cliff - Justice Sound.

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JUSTICE SOUND 904 444 9444 Jimmy Cliff - Best Of Jimmy Cliff Jimmy Cliff, OM (born James Chambers, 1 April 1948)[2] is a Jamaican reggae musician, multi-instrumentalist, singer and actor. He is the only living musician to hold the Order of Merit, the highest honour that can be granted by the Jamaican government for achievements in the arts and sciences. Cliff is best known among mainstream audiences for songs such as "Wonderful World, Beautiful People", "The Harder They Come", "Sitting in Limbo", "You Can Get It If You Really Want" and "Many Rivers to Cross" from the soundtrack to The Harder They Come, which helped popularize reggae across the world,[3] and his covers of Cat Stevens' "Wild World" and Johnny Nash's "I Can See Clearly Now" from the film Cool Runnings. He starred in the film The Harder They Come. Cliff was one of five performers inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010. Jimmy Cliff was born in Somerton District, St. James, Jamaica.[4] He began writing songs while still at primary school in St. James, listening to a neighbour's sound system. In 1962 his father took him to Kingston to go to Kingston Technical school, where he ended up sharing his cousin's one rented room in East Kingston. Cliff sought out many producers while still going to school, trying to get his songs recorded without success. He also entered talent contests. "One night I was walking past a record store and restaurant as they were closing, pushed myself in and convinced one of them, Leslie Kong, to go into the recording business, starting with me," he writes in his own website biography.[3] After two singles that failed to make much impression, his career took off when "Hurricane Hattie" became a hit, while he was aged 14.[5] It was produced by Kong, with whom Cliff remained until Kong's death from a heart attack in 1971. Cliff's later local hit singles included "King of Kings", "Dearest Beverley", "Miss Jamaica", and "Pride and Passion". In 1964, Cliff was chosen as one of Jamaica's representatives at the world's fair. He soon signed to Island Records and moved to the United Kingdom.[5] Island Records initially (and unsuccessfully) tried to sell Cliff to the rock audience, but his career took off in the late 1960s.[6] His international debut album was Hard Road to Travel, released in 1967. It received excellent reviews and included "Waterfall" (composed by Nirvana's Alex Spyropoulos and Patrick Campbell-Lyons), which became a hit in Brazil and won the International Song Festival.[5] "Waterfall" was followed in 1969 by "Wonderful World, Beautiful People" and "Vietnam" in 1970, both popular throughout most of the world. Bob Dylan called "Vietnam" the best protest song he had ever heard.[3] Also during this period, Cliff released a cover of Cat Stevens' "Wild World" as a single, but it was not included on his Wonderful World, Beautiful People album. In 1972, Cliff starred as Ivanhoe "Ivan" Martin in the classic reggae film, The Harder They Come, directed by Perry Henzell.[7] As the film tells Martin's story, he is a young man without funds. Arriving in Kingston from the country, he tries to make it in the recording business, but without success. Eventually, he turns to a life of crime. The soundtrack album of the film was a huge success that sold well across the world, bringing reggae to an international audience for the first time. It remains one of the most internationally significant films to have come out of Jamaica since independence. The film made its debut at London's Gaumont cinema in Notting Hill on 1 September 1972.[8] In 1975, Cliff sang on the first season of Saturday Night Live, episode 12, hosted by Dick Cavett. After a series of albums, Cliff took a break and traveled to Africa (the Nigeria-based Jamaican writer Lindsay Barrett was instrumental in Cliff's first trip there),[9] and subsequently converted to Islam, "Jimmy Cliff-Bongo Man (A Come)", "Jimmy Cliff-The Harder They Come", "Five-Keep on Movin'", "Various Artists-Vietnam", "Jimmy Cliff-Wonderful World, "Jimmy Cliff-Many Rivers To Cross", "Jimmy Cliff-Come Into My Life (Single Version)", "Jimmy Cliff-Rebel In Me", "Jimmy Cliff-Hard Road To Travel", "Hitch (Motion Picture Soundtrack)-You Can Get It If You Really Want", "Jimmy Cliff-Trust No Man", "Jimmy Cliff-Miss Jamaica" "Ultimate'', ''Reggae Roots'', ''Rock Steady'', ''Ska'', ''Mix'', ''Reggae'', ''old school reggae'', ''reggae mix'', ''reggae hits'', ''dancehall'', ''roots reggae'', ''classics'', ''lovers rock'', ''love songs'', ''ultimate reggae'', ''ultimate dancehall'', ''dub step'',''Jjustice Da Great'', ''Jjustice Sound'', ''killamanjaro'', ''ninja man'', ''stone love'', ''mighty crown'', ''dancehall
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JIMMY CLIFF   I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW  1993  TRADUÇÃO   LEGENDA

JIMMY CLIFF I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW 1993 TRADUÇÃO LEGENDA

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Jimmy Cliff, nome artístico de James Chambers (Portmore, 1 de abril de 1948), é um músico jamaicano de reggae. Seu talento foi percebido desde a infância, quando Jimmy participava de feiras e mostras culturais cantando. Aos 14 anos mudou-se para Kingston para dedicar-se a carreira, período em que adotou o nome artístico de Jimmy Cliff. Na capital conheceu Leslie Kong, que cuidou da carreira dele até a sua morte em 1971, de ataque cardíaco. Nesse período gravou dois singles que não fizeram sucesso. Seu primeiro sucesso ocorreu com o single Hurricane Hattie. Em 1964 mudou-se para a Inglaterra após assinar contrato com a Island Records, que tentou vender o reggae para o público do rock, sem sucesso. Seu primeiro disco internacional, Hard Road to Travel, lançado em 1967, fez sua carreira dar um salto, a canção Waterfall se tornou hit no Brasil, onde ganhou o Festival Internacional da Canção em 1969. Nesse mesmo ano a canção Wonderful World, Beautiful People chega ao Top 30 nos EUA, tornando-se um dos primeiros reggaes conhecidos fora da Jamaica. Em 1972 estrelou o filme The Harder They Come, dirigido por Perry Henzell, que conta a história de um cantor de reggae que em busca do sucesso se associa a produtores musicais corruptos e traficantes de drogas. Sua carreira ganhou um novo impulso quando a canção Trapped, interpretada por ele, foi inserida no disco We Are the World, de 1985. Ainda em 1985 o álbum Cliff Hanger ganhou o Grammy Award para o melhor álbum de Reggae.Também em 1985, Cliff contribuiu para a canção Sun City, uma canção de protesto escrita e composta por Steven Van Zandt e gravadas pelos Artists United Against Apartheid, um grupo de artistas que trabalharam em conjunto para transmitir suas ideias de oposição à política Sul-africana de apartheid Em 1980, excursionando com Gilberto Gil, lotou todos os auditórios onde pisou. Quatro anos depois ele repetiu a façanha sozinho, em um ginásio em São Paulo, e no programa do Chacrinha. Em 1990 Cliff participou do primeiro CD do Cidade Negra, na canção Mensagem, feita por Ras Bernardo. Em 1991 gravou na Bahia, em Salvador, o CD Breakout, lançado em 1992. O disco contou com as participações de Olodum na canção Samba Reggae e Araketu nas canções Breakout e War a Africa. Em 1997 ele esteve também no acústico dos Titãs cantando The Harder They Come, recriada numa versão em português Querem Meu Sangue. Diferente dos outros artistas de reggae jamaicanos, Jimmy não é da religião Rastafári, o que lhe causou preconceito em seu país. Sua religião é a muçulmana, e a resistência em aceitar um artista de opção religiosa diferente na Jamaica favoreceu a sua escolha em mudar para a Inglaterra. Após a sua conversão ao islamismo mudou de nome para El Hadj Bachir Naim.
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I AM THE LIVING - JIMMY CLIFF

I AM THE LIVING - JIMMY CLIFF

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Jimmy Cliff - Give a little take a little 1967

Jimmy Cliff - Give a little take a little 1967

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Jimmy Cliff - Give a little take a little 1967 Jimmy Cliff OM (born James Chambers, 1 April 1948, St Catherine, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae musician, best known among mainstream audiences for songs like "Sittin' in Limbo", "You Can Get It If You Really Want It" and "Many Rivers to Cross" from The Harder They Come, a film soundtrack which helped popularise reggae across the world.
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Jimmy Cliff "The Harder They Come" from the film

Jimmy Cliff "The Harder They Come" from the film

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Jimmy Cliff singing the title track from the cult classic film.
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1   I AM THE LIVING   JIMMY CLIFF

1 I AM THE LIVING JIMMY CLIFF

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Jimmy Cliff - I Can See Clearly Now

Jimmy Cliff - I Can See Clearly Now

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This is Ska! (1/4) 1964 Jimmy Cliff/Prince Buster/Toots & The Maytals and more...

This is Ska! (1/4) 1964 Jimmy Cliff/Prince Buster/Toots & The Maytals and more...

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Jimmy Cliff - One More (Lyric Video)

Jimmy Cliff - One More (Lyric Video)

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Music video by Jimmy Cliff performing One More. (C) 2012 Sunpower Productions NY, Ltd. under exclusive license to Universal Music Enterprises, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
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Jimmy Cliff - Reggae Night 1984

Jimmy Cliff - Reggae Night 1984

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Jimmy Cliff - Reggae Night 1984 Reggae night, we come together when the feelin's right, Reggae night, and we'll be jammin' 'till the morning light. Penny Reel just called, got to get my things, got to catch this ride. Gotta look my best because I know there'll be mashin' up tonight. Reggae night, we come together when the feelin's right, Reggae night, and we'll be jammin' 'till the morning light. You will find it happens only once a year, so don't miss out on this fashion here. (Instrumental) There'll be people comin' from the North and South and East and West, so you better look your best, man. Now, lightnin' strikes at 8, so you better not be late for this rub-a-dubbin', rockin', jammin', fun, fun, love in, yeah. Reggae night, we come together when the feelin's right, Reggae night, and we'll be jammin' 'till the morning light. You will find it happens only once a year, so take advantage of this festive cheer. Make we bring we family and let's tell some friends, and everyone will have a jam, jam, session. Oh, oh, oh, reggae night, oh, oh, oh
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The Best Of Jimmy Cliff - 1975

The Best Of Jimmy Cliff - 1975

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NO  1 RIP OFF MAN   JIMMY CLIFF

NO 1 RIP OFF MAN JIMMY CLIFF

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Jimmy Cliff - Reggae Night

Jimmy Cliff - Reggae Night

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Jimmy Cliff & Joe Higgs [Ann Arbour, MI 1975] (Full Audio)

Jimmy Cliff & Joe Higgs [Ann Arbour, MI 1975] (Full Audio)

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Disc One 1.)Band -Drum Song 2.)Joe Higgs -Rivers Of Babylon 3.)Joe Higgs -Johnny Too Bad 4.)Jimmy Cliff -Intro Harder They Come Tease Fundemental Reggae 5.)Jimmy Cliff- I'm Gonna Live 6.)Jimmy Cliff- You can get it If you really want 7.)Jimmy Cliff- Sitting In Limbo 8.)Jimmy Cliff- Dear Mother 9.)Jimmy Cliff -Many Rivers To Cross 10.)Jimmy Cliff -Going Mad 11.)Jimmy Cliff -Follow Mine Mind 12.)Jimmy Cliff & Joe Higgs - "The world is upside down"? 13.)Jimmy Cliff & Joe Higgs -"Spring"? 14.)Jimmy Cliff -Suffering 15.)Jimmy Cliff -Under the Sun Moon and Stars 16.)Jimmy Cliff -Who Feels It KNows It Disc Two 1.)Jimmy Cliff- Harder They Come 2.)Jimmy Cliff & Joe Higgs -No Woman No Cry 3.)Jimmy Cliff -Give a Little Take a Little
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Túnel do Tempo - ( Jimmy Cliff - I Can See Clearly Now )

Túnel do Tempo - ( Jimmy Cliff - I Can See Clearly Now )

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