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The Harder They Come is the most important movie ever to come out of the Caribbean, and its soundtrack helped put reggae, in all its variants, on the world map. The film’s star, Jimmy Cliff, lent his tender, high vocals to the unforgettable title track and life-affirming, soul-tinged ballad “Many Rivers to Cross.” Desmond Dekker’s shuffling sing-along “007 (Shanty Town)” is a definitive falsetto ska workout and Toots & The Maytals’ bombastic, speaker-testing “Pressure Drop” is nothing short of a classic.

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amazing. love it :)

Love this album

But Remastered sound? Its sounds like an AM radio, It has lost a lot of its soul and is i wish i still had my original cd.

Biography

Born: April 01, 1948 in St. James, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

It's one of the music industry's great ironies that today, outside of reggae circles, Jimmy Cliff is perhaps better known for his film appearances than his music. Even after a string of hits, the singer never quite managed to break into the mainstream, although he seemed poised for international stardom during the late '60s/early '70s. The singer was born in St. Catherine, Jamaica, on April 1, 1948, with the less prosaic name James Chambers. His talent was evident from childhood, and he began his...
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