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The Power And The Glory

Jimmy Cliff

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By the '80s, Jimmy Cliff's music had evolved beyond the roots-reggae sound that made him a star. He changed his sound in the way that countless other musicians from the '70s did, namely, with pristine and polished production. No longer dealing in rough-around-the-edges songs of struggle and salvation riding on a tooting organ and insistent off-beat rhythm, Cliff began to sound more like the hybrid reggae/pop of Third World, Steel Pulse, and other groups whose careers he helped make possible. But the man sure does know how to put together infectious grooves. The opener, "We Are All One," recalls Stevie Wonder's work of the same period, especially "Part Time Lover." He fully dispenses with redemption themes of old on "Reggae Night" his biggest single in years, which has a happy-go-lucky dance floor beat that even the most rhythmically challenged could groove to. On "Piece of the Pie," a plea for the have-nots of the world, Cliff returns to familiar territory. He even interpolates lyrics from Bob Marley's "Them Belly Full" for good measure. The title track, a stirring mid-tempo concoction, shows off Cliff's angelic upper register.
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1
We All Are One Album Version
00:04:31

Ranchie McLean, Acoustic Bass - Jimmy Cliff, Vocal - Jimmy Cliff, Performer - Mallory Williams, Keyboards - Amir Bayyan, Composer - Amir Bayyan, Co-Producer - Amir Bayyan, Lyricist - Ansel Collins, Keyboards - Jimmy Cliff Oneness, Producer - Huey Harris, Composer - Huey Harris, Lyricist - Uzziah Sticky Thompson, Percussion - Ronald Bell, Co-Producer - Jim Bonnefond, Mixing Engineer - Raymond Harris, Composer - Raymond Harris, Lyricist - Paul Higgins, Engineer - Barbara Ivone, 2nd Engineer - Sidney Wolfe, Percussion - Sidney Wolfe, Drums - Jim Bonnefond, Co-Producer - Joseph Williams, Composer - Joseph Williams, Lyricist - Mickey Richards, Drums - Earl Smith, Guitar - Herb Powers, Mastering Engineer - Greg Fitz, Background Vocal - Meekaaeel Muhammed, Background Vocal - Cynthia Huggins, Background Vocal - Ras Bryan, Guitar - Rick Lantosca, Engineer - Rick Lantosca, Mixing Engineer

(P) 1983 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Sunshine in the Music Album Version
00:04:50

Ranchie McLean, Acoustic Bass - Jimmy Cliff, Vocal - Jimmy Cliff, Mixing Engineer - Jimmy Cliff, Performer - Mallory Williams, Keyboards - Ansel Collins, Keyboards - Jimmy Cliff Oneness, Producer - Uzziah Sticky Thompson, Percussion - Paul Higgins, Engineer - Paul Higgins, Mixing Engineer - Barbara Ivone, 2nd Engineer - Sidney Wolfe, Percussion - Sidney Wolfe, Drums - Earl Smith, Guitar - Mickey Richards, Drums - Herb Powers, Mastering Engineer - Meekaaeel Muhammed, Background Vocal - Greg Fitz, Background Vocal - Cynthia Huggins, Background Vocal - Ras Bryan, Guitar - Rick Lantosca, Co-Producer - Rick Lantosca, Engineer - Rick Lantosca, Mixing Engineer - J. CLIFF, Composer - J. CLIFF, Lyricist

(P) 1983 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Reggae Night Album Version
00:05:20

Ranchie McLean, Acoustic Bass - Liz Jackson, Composer - Liz Jackson, Lyricist - Jimmy Cliff, Vocal - Jimmy Cliff, Performer - Mallory Williams, Keyboards - Amir Bayyan, Composer - Amir Bayyan, Producer - Amir Bayyan, Lyricist - Amir Bayyan, Mixing Engineer - Ansel Collins, Keyboards - Uzziah Sticky Thompson, Percussion - Ronald Bell, Producer - Paul Higgins, Engineer - Paul Higgins, Mixing Engineer - Barbara Ivone, 2nd Engineer - Sidney Wolfe, Percussion - Sidney Wolfe, Drums - Jim Bonnefond, Producer - Mickey Richards, Drums - Earl Smith, Guitar - Herb Powers, Mastering Engineer - Meekaaeel Muhammed, Background Vocal - Greg Fitz, Background Vocal - Cynthia Huggins, Background Vocal - Ras Bryan, Guitar - Rick Lantosca, Engineer - Rick Lantosca, Mixing Engineer

(P) 1983 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainent

4
Piece of the Pie Album Version
00:04:50

Ranchie McLean, Acoustic Bass - Jimmy Cliff, Vocal - Jimmy Cliff, Mixing Engineer - Jimmy Cliff, Performer - Mallory Williams, Keyboards - Ansel Collins, Keyboards - Jimmy Cliff Oneness, Producer - Uzziah Sticky Thompson, Percussion - Paul Higgins, Engineer - Paul Higgins, Mixing Engineer - Barbara Ivone, 2nd Engineer - Sidney Wolfe, Percussion - Sidney Wolfe, Drums - Earl Smith, Guitar - Mickey Richards, Drums - Herb Powers, Mastering Engineer - Meekaaeel Muhammed, Background Vocal - Greg Fitz, Background Vocal - Cynthia Huggins, Background Vocal - Ras Bryan, Guitar - Rick Lantosca, Co-Producer - Rick Lantosca, Engineer - Rick Lantosca, Mixing Engineer - J. CLIFF, Composer - J. CLIFF, Lyricist

(P) 1983 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

5
American Dream Album Version
00:04:22

Ranchie McLean, Acoustic Bass - Jimmy Cliff, Vocal - Jimmy Cliff, Mixing Engineer - Jimmy Cliff, Performer - Mallory Williams, Keyboards - Ansel Collins, Keyboards - Jimmy Cliff Oneness, Producer - Uzziah Sticky Thompson, Percussion - Paul Higgins, Engineer - Paul Higgins, Mixing Engineer - Barbara Ivone, 2nd Engineer - Sidney Wolfe, Percussion - Sidney Wolfe, Drums - Earl Smith, Guitar - Mickey Richards, Drums - Herb Powers, Mastering Engineer - Meekaaeel Muhammed, Background Vocal - Greg Fitz, Background Vocal - Cynthia Huggins, Background Vocal - Ras Bryan, Guitar - Rick Lantosca, Co-Producer - Rick Lantosca, Engineer - Rick Lantosca, Mixing Engineer - J. CLIFF, Composer - J. CLIFF, Lyricist

(P) 1983 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

6
Roots Woman Album Version
00:04:17

Ranchie McLean, Acoustic Bass - Jimmy Cliff, Vocal - Jimmy Cliff, Mixing Engineer - Jimmy Cliff, Performer - Mallory Williams, Keyboards - Ansel Collins, Keyboards - Jimmy Cliff Oneness, Producer - Uzziah Sticky Thompson, Percussion - Paul Higgins, Engineer - Paul Higgins, Mixing Engineer - Barbara Ivone, 2nd Engineer - Sidney Wolfe, Percussion - Sidney Wolfe, Drums - Earl Smith, Guitar - Mickey Richards, Drums - Herb Powers, Mastering Engineer - Meekaaeel Muhammed, Background Vocal - Greg Fitz, Background Vocal - Cynthia Huggins, Background Vocal - Ras Bryan, Guitar - Rick Lantosca, Co-Producer - Rick Lantosca, Engineer - Rick Lantosca, Mixing Engineer - J. CLIFF, Composer - J. CLIFF, Lyricist

(P) 1983 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Love Solution Album Version
00:03:58

Ranchie McLean, Acoustic Bass - Jimmy Cliff, Vocal - Jimmy Cliff, Mixing Engineer - Jimmy Cliff, Performer - Mallory Williams, Keyboards - Ansel Collins, Keyboards - Jimmy Cliff Oneness, Producer - Uzziah Sticky Thompson, Percussion - Paul Higgins, Engineer - Paul Higgins, Mixing Engineer - Barbara Ivone, 2nd Engineer - Sidney Wolfe, Percussion - Sidney Wolfe, Drums - Earl Smith, Guitar - Mickey Richards, Drums - Herb Powers, Mastering Engineer - Meekaaeel Muhammed, Background Vocal - Greg Fitz, Background Vocal - Cynthia Huggins, Background Vocal - Ras Bryan, Guitar - Rick Lantosca, Co-Producer - Rick Lantosca, Engineer - Rick Lantosca, Mixing Engineer - J. CLIFF, Composer - J. CLIFF, Lyricist

(P) 1983 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Power and the Glory Album Version
00:05:11

Ranchie McLean, Acoustic Bass - Jimmy Cliff, Vocal - Jimmy Cliff, Mixing Engineer - Jimmy Cliff, Performer - Mallory Williams, Keyboards - Ansel Collins, Keyboards - Jimmy Cliff Oneness, Producer - Uzziah Sticky Thompson, Percussion - Paul Higgins, Engineer - Paul Higgins, Mixing Engineer - Barbara Ivone, 2nd Engineer - Sidney Wolfe, Percussion - Sidney Wolfe, Drums - Earl Smith, Guitar - Mickey Richards, Drums - Herb Powers, Mastering Engineer - Meekaaeel Muhammed, Background Vocal - Greg Fitz, Background Vocal - Cynthia Huggins, Background Vocal - Ras Bryan, Guitar - Rick Lantosca, Co-Producer - Rick Lantosca, Engineer - Rick Lantosca, Mixing Engineer - J. CLIFF, Composer - J. CLIFF, Lyricist

(P) 1983 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Journey Album Version
00:03:39

Ranchie McLean, Acoustic Bass - Jimmy Cliff, Vocal - Jimmy Cliff, Mixing Engineer - Jimmy Cliff, Performer - Mallory Williams, Keyboards - Ansel Collins, Keyboards - Jimmy Cliff Oneness, Producer - Uzziah Sticky Thompson, Percussion - Paul Higgins, Engineer - Paul Higgins, Mixing Engineer - Barbara Ivone, 2nd Engineer - Sidney Wolfe, Percussion - Sidney Wolfe, Drums - Earl Smith, Guitar - Mickey Richards, Drums - Herb Powers, Mastering Engineer - Meekaaeel Muhammed, Background Vocal - Greg Fitz, Background Vocal - Cynthia Huggins, Background Vocal - Ras Bryan, Guitar - Rick Lantosca, Co-Producer - Rick Lantosca, Engineer - Rick Lantosca, Mixing Engineer - J. CLIFF, Composer - J. CLIFF, Lyricist

(P) 1983 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Album Description

By the '80s, Jimmy Cliff's music had evolved beyond the roots-reggae sound that made him a star. He changed his sound in the way that countless other musicians from the '70s did, namely, with pristine and polished production. No longer dealing in rough-around-the-edges songs of struggle and salvation riding on a tooting organ and insistent off-beat rhythm, Cliff began to sound more like the hybrid reggae/pop of Third World, Steel Pulse, and other groups whose careers he helped make possible. But the man sure does know how to put together infectious grooves. The opener, "We Are All One," recalls Stevie Wonder's work of the same period, especially "Part Time Lover." He fully dispenses with redemption themes of old on "Reggae Night" his biggest single in years, which has a happy-go-lucky dance floor beat that even the most rhythmically challenged could groove to. On "Piece of the Pie," a plea for the have-nots of the world, Cliff returns to familiar territory. He even interpolates lyrics from Bob Marley's "Them Belly Full" for good measure. The title track, a stirring mid-tempo concoction, shows off Cliff's angelic upper register.
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