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JUSTICE SOUND 904 444 9444 Jimmy Cliff - Best Of Jimmy Cliff Jimmy Cliff, OM (born James Chambers, 1 April 1948) 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, 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 fil...
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)
Follow Me @GLODWICK on Twitter For Music vesves Stuff ! Jimmy Cliff - The Harder They Come - Deluxe Edition - Original Soundtrack Recording - Full Album - HD Tracklisting vesves Info Below Disc One Original Soundtrack Album (1972) 1-1 –Jimmy Cliff You Can Get It If You Really Want Producer, Producer, Written-By – Jimmy Cliff 1-2 –Scotty (2) Draw Your Brakes Producer – Derrick Harriot* Written-By – Derrick Harriot*, Keith Rowe (2), Texas Dixon 1-3 –Melodians, The Rivers Of Babylon Producer – Leslie Kong Written-By – Brent Dowe, Frank Farian, George Reyam, James McNaughton 1-4 –Jimmy Cliff Many Rivers To Cross Producer, Written-By – Jimmy Cliff 1-5 –Maytals, The Sweet And Dandy Producer – Leslie Kong Written-By – Frederick Toots Hibbert* 1-6 –Jimmy Cliff The Harder They C...
Jimmy Cliff We all are one
Jimmy Cliff, nome artístico de James Chambers nascido em Portmore, 1 de abril de 1948 é um músico jamaicano de reggae. I Can See Clearly Now foi lançado em 1972 e é uma canção escrita e gravada por Johnny Nash Jimmy Cliff, re-gravou a música para a trilha sonora de filme Jamaica abaixo de Zero ( Cool Runnings ) em 1993. Onde atingiu o top 20 no n º 18 no Billboard Hot 100.
For educational purposes only and no copyright infringement is intended. About the singer: Jimmy Cliff, OM (born James Chambers on 1 April 1948) is a Jamaican musician, singer and actor. He is the only currently living musician to hold the Order of Merit, the highest honour that can be granted by the Jamaican government for achievement in the arts and sciences. Cliff is best known among mainstream audiences for songs such as "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; and his covers of Cat Stevens' "Wild World" and Johnny Nash's "I Can See Clearly Now" from the film Cool Runnings. Outside of the reggae world, he is probably best known for his film appeara...
Jimmy Cliff: The Harder They Come Soundtrack Album - Classic Reggae Music www.timelessreggae.com Buy now from Amazon: http://amzn.to/2kh4aFp 1. You Can Get It If You Really Want 2. Draw Your Brakes 3. Rivers of Babylon 4. Many Rivers to Cross 5. Sweet and Dandy 6. The Harder They Come 7. Johnny Too Bad 8. 007 (Shanty Town) 9. Pressure Drop 10. Sitting in Limbo 11. You Can Get It If You Really Want 12. The Harder They Come www.timelessreggae.com is a participant in the Amazon EU Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.co.uk
A programme from 1964 featuring the best in Jamaican ska, featuring Eric 'Monty' Morris, Jimmy Cliff, Prince Buster, (Toots and) The Maytals, The Charmers, Stranger Cole, Roy and Yvonne, The Blues Busters and Byron Lee and The Dragonaires
Jimmy Cliff - Lebo M - Hakuna Matata (Lion King Soundtrack) Music by Elton John, lyrics by Tim Rice -Lyrics- Hem hollolo iyo Hakuna Matata! Hem may'babo When I was a cool young one (When he was a cool young one) I worked in the colony, paying my dues Accepting without question the prevailing views That a young man's life was one long grind Diggin' holes, standin' guard till it crossed my mind I was wrong All along All that I needed Was to have heeded (Chorus) Hakuna Matata! What a wonderful phrase Hakuna Matata! Ain't no passing craze It means no worries For the rest of your days It's a problem-free philosophy Hakuna Matata! When I was a shallow youth (When he was a shallow youth) Cool calm reflection I was never that good ...
Peace =D https://www.facebook.com/Backtowngroupe?fref=ts
My favorite version of this tune
SHOW MORE so you can get to your favourite song quickly; 0:00 Vietnam 4:55 Sitting in Limbo 9:41 Struggling Man 13:21 Let Your Yeah Be Yeah 16:28 Bongo Man 20:08 The Harder They Come 23:22 Sufferin' in the Land 26:33 Many Rivers to Cross 29:31 Hard Road to Travel 32:06 You Can Get It If You Really Want It 34:57 Sooner Or Later Portrait of Jimmy Cliff for the Reggae Hall of Fame foundation. This poster is donated to raise funds to support the Alpha Boys School in Jamaica. Created by Charis Tsevis. Logo of the Reggae Hall of Fame by Michael Thompson aka freestylee. The International Reggae Poster Contest and The Reggae Hall of fame are an initiative by Maria Papaefstathiou and Michael Thompson. Another rare recording by James McSparron https://youtu.be/2u7M_W-evHo
Cliff won the Grammy for this album in 1986 for best reggae recording. Personnel includes Sly and Robbie. Released in 1985. Track list: 1. Hitting With Music 2. American Sweet 3. Arrival 4. Brown Eyes 5. Reggae Street 6. Hot Shot 7. Sunrise 8. Dead And Awake 9. Now And Forever 10. Nuclear War
Super Hits - as reviewer Jo-Anne Greene notes, that's a great album title, "but it took some chutzpah to slap it on this set considering that not a single one of Jimmy Cliff's hits actually appears within it. However, what you do get is an excellent selection of songs drawn from the artist's Columbia years." This album was released in 1997, but the recording dates of these songs is 1982 - 1987. Track list: 1.We All Are One 2.Reggae Nights 3.Peace Officer 4.Roots Woman 5.Hitting With Music 6.Now And Forever 7.Hanging Fire 8.She Was So Right For Me 9.Special 10.Arrival