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The Harder They Come

The Harder They Come
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Description: 0 0 Jamaican filmmaker Perry Henzell made reggae an integral player in his gritty 1973 saga of a renegade Kingston singer who becomes a modern Robin Hood, casting one of the style's earliest stars, Jimmy Cliff, in the lead, and filling this soundtrack--here presented in a remastered version--with classics from Toots & the Maytals ("Pressure Drop," "Sweet and Dandy"), Desmond Dekker ("Shanty Town"), the Melodians ("Rivers of Babylon"), and the Slickers ("Johnny Too Bad"). Cliff himself gets pole position, however, getting in the first ("You Can Get It If You Re ... (more)
Manufacturer: Island
Release date: 2 September 2013
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0731458615828 UPC: 731458615828
Tags: Soundtrack (3), Reggae (2), Various Artists (1), M (1), Anthology (1), 1970's (1), Jamaica (1), Comp. (1)
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500 CDs You Must Own Before You Die! (500 music items)

"The movie and its soundtrack showcased Jamaica at the height of reggae’s creativity in a tale of a country boy turned bad by the hellish city of Kingston. Standout track: Jimmy Cliff, “Many Rivers to Cross”"


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