Jimmy Cliff – Give Thankx 1978 (Jamaica, Reggae)

Исполнитель: Jimmy Cliff
Откуда: Jamaica
Альбом: Give Thankx
Год выхода: 1978
Жанр: Reggae
Формат: MP3 CBR 320 (Vinyl Rip)
Размер архива: 84.1 МB

Продолжение темы.

01. Bongo Man — 4:55
02. Stand Up And Fight Back — 3:15
03. She Is A Woman — 4:07
04. You Left Me Standing By The Door — 3:21
05. Footprints — 3:59
06. Meeting In Afrika — 3:36
07. Wanted Man — 3:43
08. Lonely Streets — 4:20
09. Love I Need — 3:38
10. Universal Love (Beyond The Boundaries) — 3:56

Jimmy Cliff — vocals, arranger, composer, producer
Earl «Chinna» Smith — lead guitar, rhythm guitar, rhythm arrangements
Ernest Ranglin — lead guitar, rhythm arrangements
Leonard Smith — rhythm guitar, percussion
Leebert «Gibby» Morrison — bass guitar
Paul «Pablo» Smith — keyboards
Uziah «Sticky» Thompson — percussion
Rebop Kwaku Baah — congas, percussion, rhythm arrangements
Ronald «Ronnie» Murphy — drums
Ansel Collins, Keith Sterling, Leslie Butler — additional keyboards
Diggles — rhythm arrangements
Babi Floyd, Cheryl Lynn, Debby, Diema, Janice Pendarvis, Ken Williams, Pam — backing vocals
The Meditations (Ansel Cridland, Danny Clarke, Winston Watson) — backing vocals (01)
Ras Michael & The Sons Of Negus — Nyabinghi drums (01)
Will Lee — bass (04)
Dave Wolfert, Steve Lukather — electric guitar (04)
Jay Winding — organ (04)
Neil Larsen — piano (04)
Jim Keltner — drums (04)


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7 months ago

«Beyond the boundaries», the loving genius of Jimmy Cliff… bless.

This album features famed rock and jazz percussionist Rebop Kwaku Baah.
The Ghanaian musician worked with English band ‘Traffic’ and German band ‘Can’ for a time. He made many album appearances with classic rock artists such as Clapton, Winwood, Capaldi, Free, and the Stones record, ‘Goats Head Soup’.
A standout performance of his can be heard on Traffic’s 1971 live album ‘Welcome To The Canteen’ (a personal favorite of mine).

Baah suddenly died of a cerebral hemorrhage during a performance in Stockholm, Sweden in January 1983, where he was on tour with Jimmy Cliff.
He was just 38 years of age (his dear friend and Traffic bandmate, multi-instrumentalist Chris Wood would succumb to a bout with pneumonia that same year at age 39).

Rebop Kwaku Baah left us three (not so readily available) solo albums… ‘Reebop’ (1972, Island Records),
‘Anthony «Rebop» Kwaku Baah’ (1973, Phillips), and…
‘Trance’ (1977, Island Records), released as Kwaku Baah & Ganoua.