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Prince Far I - Deck of Cards mp3

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Interprète: Prince Far I
Titre: Deck of Cards
Catégorie: Autres
Classement: 4.5
Label: Techniques Records

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  • ProducerWinston Riley


Album

Deck Of Cards - Prince Far I. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Deck Of Cards. Prince Far I. Prince Far I - Deck Of Cards 1976. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Prince Far I - Deck Of Cards 1976. Prince Far I - Deck Of Cards. Total votes: 0. Other albums by Prince Far I. Psalms For I. Musical History. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Deck of Cards 1975. Album by Prince Far I. Deck of Cards. is a cover of. Deck of Cards by T. Texas Tyler 1948. Watch the video for Deck of Cards from Prince Far I's Under Heavy Manners for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Prince Far I was born Michael James Williams in Spanish Town, Jamaica in 1945. In his teens he assumed the role of lead DJ with the Sir Mike the Musical Dragon Sound System. Bunny Lee first recorded Far I in the early 70's with a tune called The Great Booga Wooga. He went on to cut tunes for Coxsone, notably Natty Farmyard and a version of Queen of the Minstrel. In 1973 the Cordell's Simpleton appeared on the Lion label, with the flip being a strange half-sung half-chanted version by the Prince entitled Simpleton Skank read more. Deck Of Cards appears on the following albums by Prince Far I: Under Heavy Manners track 9 this album 1976. PRINCE FAR I Deck of Cards GIBBS Hard Deejay Roots Reggae 7 HEAR Condition: Used. Time left: 4d 15h 50m 43s Ships to: Worldwide. Your feedback for Deck Of Cards. Prince Far I c. 1944 15 September 1983 was a Jamaican reggae deejay, producer and a Rastafarian. He was known for his gruff voice and critical assessment of the Jamaican government. His track Heavy Manners used lyrics against measures initiated towards violent crime. He was born Michael James Williams in Spanish Town, Jamaica. Williams' first job in the music industry was as a deejay on the Sir Mike the Musical Dragon sound system, also working as a security guard at Joe Gibbs' studio, and later. The old C&W standard Deck of Cards first hit the charts in 1959, when Wink Martindale took it into the US Top Ten hit and the UK Top Twenty. It then returned to the British charts two decades later, both in its original form and as a smash cover by Max Bygraves. And then Prince Far I got his hands on it. Overseen by the Mighty Two, Deck boasts a thumping, thrumping rhythm so heavy it could cripple Atlas, and as ominous as it is militant. Meanwhile, Far I uses the entire deck as a mnemonic device, with each card a memory jogger of religious significance. Shake the Nation. Compared to these recordings, 1980's Jamaican Heroes sounds positively banter weight with only a revised Deck of Cards really standing out, although lyrically and thematically, Prince Far I's vocal delivery was as strong as ever. The following year's Voice of Thunder is an improvement on its predecessor, with Ten Commandments of particular note. The third and fourth volumes of Cry Tuff Dub Encounter appeared during this period and featured further scintillating voyages into the heaviest of dub's doom. In 1982, Prince Far I collaborated with the Briti. Dub Encounter - Chapter One 1978, Album. Dungeon & Version 2003, Album. Jamaican Heroes 1980, Album. Livity 1981, Album. Musical History 1983, Album. Umkhonto We Sizwe Spear Of The Nation 1984, Album. Dubwise 1991, Album. DJ Originators Head To Head Vol 2 1996, Album