Top Jimmy Cliff Albums
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War a Africa
War a Africa
[2014]
The KCRW Session (Live)
The KCRW Session (Live)
[2013]
Rebirth
Rebirth
[2012]
Samba Reggae
Samba Reggae
[2010]
You Can Get It If You Really Want - EP
You Can Get It If You Really Want - EP
[2010]
Better Days Are Coming - Jimmy Cliff At a&M 1969-1971
Better Days Are Coming - Jimmy Cliff At a&M 1969-1971
[2005]
This Is Crucial Reggae: Jimmy Cliff
This Is Crucial Reggae: Jimmy Cliff
[2004]
Goodbye Yesterday
Goodbye Yesterday
[2004]
Black Magic
Black Magic
[2004]
Anthology
Anthology
[2003]
Ultimate Collection: Jimmy Cliff
Ultimate Collection: Jimmy Cliff
[1999]
Super Hits
Super Hits
[1997]
In the Studio
In the Studio
[1997]
Many Rivers to Cross
Many Rivers to Cross
[1995]
Breakout - EP
Breakout - EP
[1992]
Save Our Planet Earth
Save Our Planet Earth
[1989]
Hanging Fire
Hanging Fire
[1987]
Cliff Hanger
Cliff Hanger
[1985]
The Power and the Glory
The Power and the Glory
[1983]
Special
Special
[1982]
Unlimited
Unlimited
[1977]
Follow My Mind
Follow My Mind
[1976]
Music Maker
Music Maker
[1974]
Struggling Man
Struggling Man
[1973]
Wonderful World, Beautiful People
Wonderful World, Beautiful People
[1972]
Jimmy Cliff
Jimmy Cliff
[1969]
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John Crow No Woman No Cry Born To Win Now And Forever Sweet And Dandy Hot Shot Reggae Night Time Will Tell Fundamental Reggae All For Love Give And Take Big Bad John I Can See Clearly Now Vietnam Wild World Wonderful World, Beautiful People Waterfall Bongo Man Many Rivers To Cross Going Back West Can't Live Without You Better Days Are Coming Hard Road To Travel Come Into My Life Goodbye Yesterday Hello Sunshine Haunted I'm Free Peace Miss Jamaica Sitting In Limbo Sufferin' In The Land When You're Young Roots Woman Stepping Out Of Limbo Under The Sun Moon And Stars Hakuna Matata Higher & Higher Shanty Town Hanging Fire King Of Kings House Of Exile Save Our Planet Earth Sunshine In The Music My Ancestors The Rebel In Me Third World People The Lion Sleeps Tonight Love Is All Piece Of The Pie Treat The Youths Right Remake The World No Justice Love I Need Shelter Of Your Love Use What I Got We All Are One Johnny Too Bad Brown Eyes Rivers Of Babylon World Upside Down One More Rise Up Club Paradise Give The People What The Want Ship Is Sailing Guns Of Brixton Ruby Soho Blessed Love Hold Tight (Eye For An Eye) Love Me Love Me Struggling Man (Album Version) [Live] She Does It Right (Bonus Track) Roots Radical The Harder They Come (Album Version) [Live] That's The Way Life Goes Give A Little, Take A Little (Bonus Track) My World Is Blue (Bonus Track) Pack Up Hang Ups (Bonus Track) You Can Get It If You Really Want (Album Version) [Live] Where There Is Love Hey Mister Yesterday (Bonus Track) Those Good Good Old Days (Bonus Track) I'm Sorry Let Your Yeah Be Yeah Samba Reggae Sooner Or Later The Bigger They Come The Harder They Fall Trapped Synthetic World I Go To Pieces True Story Gold Digger People I Want I Do I Get Take Your Time Terror Love Comes Black Magic The City I Am The Living Stand Up And Fight Back (ooh, La, La, La) Let's Go Dancin' Love Again Keep Your Eyes On The Sparrow Oneness Let's Dance Peace Officer
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. After he released two singles that failed to make much of an impression, his career took off when his "Hurricane Hattie" became a hit, while he was aged just 14; it was produced by Leslie Kong, with whom Cliff would remain until Kong's death. Later local hit singles in... read more
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