5013929275935

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Format: CD
Label: CHERRY RED
Rel. Date: 05/15/2020
UPC: 5013929275935

Trojan Albums Collection (Bonus Track) (Uk)
Artist: Prince Far I
Format: CD
New: In Stock $19.99
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DISC: 1

1. Free From Sin
2. When Jah Ready You Got To Move
3. Call On I In Trouble
4. Don't Deal With Folly
5. Light Of Fire
6. Reggae Music
7. Go Home On The Morning Train
8. Siren
9. I And I Are The Chosen One 1
10. Jamaican Heroes 1
11. Deck Of Life 1
12. The Vision 1
13. Natty Champion 1
14. Read A Chapter 1
15. Golden Throne 1
16. Jamaican Heroes 1
17. Prison Discipline 1
18. Musical History 1
19. Jah Will Provide 2
20. David 2
21. Voice Of Thunder 2
22. Ten Commandments 2
23. Tribute To Bob Marley 2
24. Hold The Fort 2
25. Every Time I Hear The Word 2
26. Head Of The Buccaneer 2
27. Shall Not Dwell In Wickedness 2
28. Give I Strength 2
29. Kingdom Of God 3
30. Coming In From The Rock 3
31. Skinhead 3
32. Musical History 3
33. Everytime I Talk About Jah 3
34. Prince Far I Come Again 3
35. Tell Them About Jah Love 3
36. More We Are Together 3
37. At The Cross 3
38. Working For My Saviour 3
39. I Don't Know Why I Love Jah So 4
40. What You Gonna Do On Judgement Day 4
41. Take Heed Frontline

More Info:

By the time Michael Williams aka Prince Far I became established as a recording artist in the mid-Seventies, he was in fact already a veteran of the Jamaican music scene, having begun deejaying early the previous decade. His deep, slow and deliberate delivery, allied to his consistently hard-hitting commentaries proved popular with reggae fans around the world, most notably in the UK, where his work strongly resonated with the punk generation, In 1979, Far I signed with Trojan Records, cutting a quartet of vocal albums for the company over a four-year period, but in September 1983, soon after the release of his "Musical History" LP, he was senselessly murdered while visiting a friend in Portmore, Jamaica. This 2CD set brings together the entirety of the influential DJ's vocal recordings for Trojan, which is today widely regarded to be his finest work.