“Livity” by Prince Far I - album review

TJR says

As he has done all throughout his career, Far I gives thanks and praise to the most high, Jah, who, they believe, partially resides within each individual. “Livity”, as Wikipedia tells, is a word used by the Rastafarian to refer to the energy or life-force that flows through all living things, with a strong focus on living a natural lifestyle which includes the consumption of natural foods and growth of natural hair. As regards actual musical excitement, I cherrypick side one's “Marble Stone” and the tragic tale of “Ghetto Living” on side two. He's as dependable as ever, without tearing the roof off.

The Jukebox Rebel
24-Sep-2018

A1 [03:48] 6.4.png Prince Far I - Reggae Music Moving (Michael Williams) Reggae
A2 [03:41] 6.8.png Prince Far I - Badda Card (Michael Williams) Reggae
A3 [03:41] 6.2.png Prince Far I - Some With Roof (Michael Williams) Reggae
A4 [03:32] 7.5.png Prince Far I - Marble Stone (Michael Williams) Reggae
A5 [03:35] 6.0.png Prince Far I - Put It Out (Michael Williams) Reggae
B1 [03:50] 6.0.png Prince Far I - King Of Kings (Michael Williams) Reggae
B2 [04:25] 5.7.png Prince Far I - River Jordan (Michael Williams) Reggae
B3 [03:33] 7.8.png Prince Far I - Ghetto Living (Michael Williams) Reggae
B4 [03:17] 5.6.png Prince Far I - Give Me For My Continent (Michael Williams) Reggae
B5 [03:29] 5.9.png Prince Far I - Wish I Have A Wing (Michael Williams) Reggae




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