JIMMY CLIFF - The Power and the Glory 12" Vinyl LP Album

Produced by Jimmy Cliff, Production Team: Rick Iantosca, Amir Bayyan, Jim Bonnefond, Ronald Bell. Recorded at the House of Music, West Orange and Channel One & Tuff Gong, Jamaica

 

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Music Genre:

 
Reggae

Record Label Information:

 
CBS 25761 (FC 38986)

Media Format:

 
12" Vinyl LP Gramophone

Year & Country:

 
1983 Made in Holland
Band Members and Musicians on: JIMMY CLIFF The Power and the Glory
    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Jimmy Cliff - vocals
  • Carl "Chinna" Smith - guitar
  • Ansel Collins - keyboards
  • Shickey Thompson - percussion
  • Sidney Wolfe - drums
  • Ras "Dougie" Bryan - guitar
  • Ranchy Mclean - bass
  • Mickey "Bo" Richards - drums
  • Malory Wolliams - keyboards
Track Listing of: JIMMY CLIFF The Power and the Glory

The Song/tracks on "JIMMY CLIFF The Power and the Glory" are

    Side One:
  1. We All Are One
  2. Sunshine in the Music
  3. Reggae Night
  4. Piece of the Pie
    Side Two:
  1. American Dream
  2. Roots Woman
  3. Love Solution
  4. Power and the glory
  5. Journey

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Front Cover Photo Of JIMMY CLIFF - The Power and the Glory
Front Cover Photo Of JIMMY CLIFF - The Power and the Glory

 

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Photo Of The Back Cover JIMMY CLIFF - The Power and the Glory
Photo of album back cover JIMMY CLIFF - The Power and the Glory

 

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Close up of record's label JIMMY CLIFF - The Power and the Glory Side One

 

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  Jimmy Cliff (born James Chambers 1948) is a Jamaican musician, singer, and actor. He began his career in the early 1960s and is considered one of the pioneers of reggae music. He is best known for his hit songs "Wonderful World, Beautiful People," "You Can Get It If You Really Want," and "Many Rivers to Cross."

  Cliff first gained international fame with his album "Hard Road to Travel" in 1967, which included the hit song "Wonderful World, Beautiful People". He followed this success with the album "Jimmy Cliff" in 1969 which included the hit song "You Can Get It If You Really Want". He continued to release successful albums throughout the 1970s, including "Another Cycle" and "Give The People What They Want."

  In addition to his music career, Cliff has also acted in several films, including "The Harder They Come," which he starred in and co-wrote the music for. The film was a major hit and helped to introduce reggae music to a wider audience. He also appeared in other films such as Club Paradise and Marked for Death.

  Cliff has been honored with numerous awards and accolades throughout his career, including being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010. He continues to tour and perform to this day.