Top Jimmy Cliff Albums
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The KCRW Session (Live)
You Can Get It If You Really Want - EP
Better Days Are Coming - Jimmy Cliff At a&M 1969-1971
This Is Crucial Reggae: Jimmy Cliff
Ultimate Collection: Jimmy Cliff
Many Rivers to Cross
The Power and the Glory
Wonderful World, Beautiful People
Recent Jimmy Cliff NewsCliff's notes - Tue, 15 Apr 2014
Jimmy Cliff could retire. At 64, Cliff has been making music since the 1960s and is one of the last surviving reggae pioneers. But the legend insists he still has a few rivers to cross. "There were times, long ago, when I wasn't reaching my goals, and I thought I would pack it in,"? Cliff said. "This was when I was young and I had written 'Many Rivers to Cross.' But then I thought, 'What else ...
Jimmy Cliff, 66, and other celebrity birthdays for April 1, 2014 - Tue, 01 Apr 2014
Debbie Reynolds, Ali MacGraw, Method Man, Albert and Allen Hughes, Rachel Maddow and Taran Killam also are among today's celebrants.
GIVEAWAY: Bob Marley's signature song - Mon, 14 Apr 2014
Sunday's Bob Marley "tribute" (how is Sting playing Bruno Mars a Marley tribute?) at the Grammys got me thinking about the reggae's greatest hero's legacy. Nobody dominates a genre like Marley does. Toots is a god, Jimmy Cliff's new album is A+, but Bob is the music's singular star. If you haven't seen Kevin MacDonald's documentary "Marley," you should. And you can if you win it. Let me know Bob ...
Ryan Adams to Play Newport Folk Festival - Fri, 11 Apr 2014
Ryan Adams will play his second show of the year on July 25 at Newport Folk Festival, as the event confirmed today the singer/songwriter will headline the opening night of the festival that also features Band of Horses, Jenny Lewis, Robert Hunter, Jimmy Cliff and Lake Street Dive.
Related Information for Jimmy Cliff» Jimmy Cliff OM (> Jamaican Order of Merit) born as James Chambers (1 April 1948, St. Catherine, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae musician. He is best known among mainstream audiences for songs like “Sittin’ in Limbo”, “You Can Get It If You Really Want,” “Many Rivers to Cross” and the title track from The Harder They Come, a film soundtrack which helped popularise reggae across the world.Cliff moved to Kingston in 1962.
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