Many Rivers To Cross - Various - The Roots Of Reggae (Volume 1) (CD)

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  1. Zulkir says:
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  3. Mikajind says:
    Many Rivers to Cross: The Best of Jimmy Cliff ( - ) Reggae Archives, Volume 1. Volume 5: Reggae Roots. One Step Beyond: The Unstoppable Rhythm of Reggae & Ska. Foute CD van Deckers en Ornelis, Volume 6. Summer in the City. Discoradio Collection, Volume 1. Latin Top
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  5. Kazrajin says:
    Reggae Masters, Vol.2, like the first volume in the series, is a somewhat haphazard collection of roots reggae tracks, although this time things are a bit more in focus, with a couple of Bob Marley sides ("Lively Up Yourself," "Duppy Conqueror"), and fine songs from Toots & the Maytals ("Pressure Drop") and Jimmy Cliff ("Many Rivers to Cross Price: $
  6. Fenrisar says:
    One of Jimmy Cliff's most haunting songs, "Many Rivers to Cross" was one of the most stunning moments found on the soundtrack to The Harder They Come. It's a song that virtually defies categorization; the rhythm may be lightly syncopated, but this is really a spiritual, and is accompanied by gospel-flavored backing vocalists.
  7. Akigore says:
    Jul 12,  · Jimmy Cliff interview: ‘I still have many rivers to cross’ Jimmy Cliff, reggae’s first global star, is back with a soulful new album, says Neil McCormick. Image 1 of 2.
  8. Faeran says:
    Jimmy Cliff Trojan Trojan (label) Reggae (CD, LP) We realize that there are many different interpretations of the standard grades used for pre-owned vinyl record albums & CD, so we thought we'd offer you the ones that we are working with, so you have an idea what we mean when we give the grade for a non-new item on our pages.
  9. Shaktisar says:
    Jimmy Cliff, born James Chambers on April 1, , was known for hits such as “I Can See Clearly Now”, “Vietnam”, “Many Rivers to Cross” and “The Harder They Come”.

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