“Long Life” by Prince Far I - album review

TJR says

Far I’s second album for Virgin this year was undoubtedly the stronger, even if it is preachy, harking back to “Psalms For I” spiritually, with songs of praise and positive vibrations. It’s heavy, it’s deeply dubby, and it’s hugely infectious; the band are immense. The frontman himself is a superstar of the world, even if he doesn’t have the trappings nor the adulation. His presence on this one is simply mesmerizing – you don't want to miss a minute of the action. If you only ever invest in one Far I long player this is the one to have.

The Jukebox Rebel
02-Nov-2008

A1 [03ː44] 9.2.png Prince Far I - Daughters Of Zion (Michael Williams) Reggae
A2 [03ː29] 7.9.png Prince Far I - Right Way (Michael Williams) Reggae
A3 [03ː48] 7.8.png Prince Far I - Black Starliner Must Come (Michael Williams) Reggae
A4 [03ː26] 7.7.png Prince Far I - Praise Him With Psalms (Michael Williams) Reggae
A5 [02ː57] 9.1.png Prince Far I - In Your Walking Remember Jah Jah (Michael Williams) Reggae
B1 [03ː14] 6.7.png Prince Far I - Farmyard (Michael Williams) Reggae
B2 [03ː40] 8.3.png Prince Far I - Love One Another (Michael Williams) Reggae
B3 [04ː13] 6.7.png Prince Far I - Who Have Eyes To See (Michael Williams) Reggae
B4 [03ː51] 8.4.png Prince Far I - So Long (Michael Williams) Reggae




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