Cliff, JImmy

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Another Cycle
New - LP - ILPS 9159
Sealed UK Gatefold. Label Variation Unnown. Rare. more
Can't Get Enough Of It
New - LP - VPS 16536
Sealed 1968 Stereo Original. more
Cliff Hanger
Used - LP - FC 40002
1985 Original Including Press Kit With Glossy 8x10. Appears Unplayed. more
Follow My Mind
Used - LP - MS 2218
Rare 1975 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Give Thankx
New - LP - BSK 3240
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. “Many Of The Great Reggae Singers Who Emerged In The '60s And '70s Were Rastafarians, But Jimmy Cliff Is An Exception. Cliff Is A Muslim, Which Is Why You Won't Find References To "Jah Rastafarai," "I-Tal Food" Or "Ganja" In Any Of His Material. While The Absence Of Rastafarian Terminology In Cliff's Songs Is One Of The Things That Sets Him Apart From Other Reggae Artists, His Message Of Black Liberation Has Been Well Received By Rastas. Cliff Proves That You Don't Have To Be A Rastafarian To Be A Reggae Star, And He Also Proves That A Reggae Artist Doesn't Have To Perform Reggae 100% Of The Time. 1978's Give Thanx, In Fact, Has As Much To Do With R&B As It Does With Reggae. While "Stand Up And Fight Back" And "Wanted Man" Are Reggae Gems, "You Left Me Standing At The Door" And "She Is A Woman" Are Southern-Style Soul Treasures That Would Have Fit Right In On A Stax/Volt Release. And "Meeting In Africa" Is The Type Of English-Language African Pop One Would Expect To Come From A South African Artist Rather Than A Jamaican Reggae Singer. Cliff's Eclectic Nature Proves To Be An Asset Throughout This Fine LP.” Alex Hendrson, AMG. more
Give Thankx
New - LP - BSK 3240
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Saw Cut. “Many Of The Great Reggae Singers Who Emerged In The '60s And '70s Were Rastafarians, But Jimmy Cliff Is An Exception. Cliff Is A Muslim, Which Is Why You Won't Find References To "Jah Rastafarai," "I-Tal Food" Or "Ganja" In Any Of His Material. While The Absence Of Rastafarian Terminology In Cliff's Songs Is One Of The Things That Sets Him Apart From Other Reggae Artists, His Message Of Black Liberation Has Been Well Received By Rastas. Cliff Proves That You Don't Have To Be A Rastafarian To Be A Reggae Star, And He Also Proves That A Reggae Artist Doesn't Have To Perform Reggae 100% Of The Time. 1978's Give Thanx, In Fact, Has As Much To Do With R&B As It Does With Reggae. While "Stand Up And Fight Back" And "Wanted Man" Are Reggae Gems, "You Left Me Standing At The Door" And "She Is A Woman" Are Southern-Style Soul Treasures That Would Have Fit Right In On A Stax/Volt Release. And "Meeting In Africa" Is The Type Of English-Language African Pop One Would Expect To Come From A South African Artist Rather Than A Jamaican Reggae Singer. Cliff's Eclectic Nature Proves To Be An Asset Throughout This Fine LP.” Alex Hendrson, AMG. more
Give The People What They Want
Used - LP - MCA 5217
1981 Original With Insert. Appears Unplayed. “One Of The Strongest Albums That Jimmy Cliff Recorded In The '80s Was Give The People What They Want, Which Finds The Reggae Icon Backed By Such Jamaican Heavyweights As Guitarist Earl "Chinna" Smith And The Team Of Drummer Sly Dunbar And Bassist Robbie Shakespeare. Combine A Rock-Solid Band With First-Rate Songwriting And Charismatic, Expressive Vocals On Cliff's Part, And You Have An Album That Is A Winner All The Way Around. There Isn't A Trace Of Filler On This LP; The Romantic "Shelter Of Your Love" Is Every Bit As Memorable As Sociopolitical Gems Like "World In Trap," "Majority Rule" And "Material World." Many Of The Songs On Give The People What They Want Are As Spiritual As They Are Sociopolitical -- And While Cliff Is A Devout Muslim, He Preaches A Universal Message While Never Coming Across As Sectarian. In Fact, Cliff Has A Lot Of Rastafarian And Christian Fans Who Can Easily Relate To His Lyrics. Give The People What They Want Is Enthusiastically Recommended To Reggae Lovers.” Alex Henderson, AMG. more
Harder They Come
Used - LP - 20SI 106
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Obi. LP Look Unplayed. more
Harder They Come
New - LP - SMAS 7400
Beautiful 1972 First Pressing With The Capitol Catalog Number Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Clean Cut Out Hole. Includes Some Fantastic Songs Including "You Can Get It If You Really Want," "Rivers Of Babylon," "Pressure Drop," "Shanty Town" And More. more
Harder They Come
New - LP - MLPS 9202
Sealed 1972 Gatefold Original. more
Harder They Come
New - LP - 0042284657419
Sealed And Pristine 2008 180gm Remastered Reissue Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Silver Back To Black Hype Sticker On Resealable Outer Baggie. Features Some Fantastic Songs Including: "You Can Get It If You Really Want," "Rivers Of Babylon," "Pressure Drop," "Shanty Town" And More. more
I Am The Living
New - LP - 5153
Sealed 1980 Original, SC. more
Jimmy Cliff
Used - LP - ILPS 9414
1977 UK Blue Rim, Orange Label. Includes "Viet Nam," "Many Rivers To Cross" And More. more
Music Maker
New - LP - MS 2188
Sealed 1974 Original Featuring A Most Wonderful Front Cover Photo. more
Sacred Fire
Colored Vinyl - CS011
Sealed 2011 Limited Edition Colored Vinyl 6 Track Mini-LP. “Produced By Rancid Member And Hellcat Records Owner Tim Armstrong, Jimmy Cliff’s Sacred Fire EP Is A Wonderful Jumble Of Time And Place That Ends Much Too Soon. To Realize This Mini-Dream, Armstrong Recorded The Legendary Singer On Vintage Equipment, And All Parties Agreed On A Songbook That’s Pop, Although Pop Influenced By Cliff’s Era Of Reggae. As Such, You Get The Clash’s “Guns Of Brixton” Skanking As If Coxsone Dodd Were At The Controls, Rancid’s “Ruby Soho” Done With Some Jackie Mittoo-Esque Organ, And Dylan’s “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall” Sounding Like Classic Black Ark Material, Recorded When The Studio Was Fresh And Clean And Long Before Lee Perry Burned It To The Ground. These Impossible, Time-Spanning Recordings Work Because Cliff Is Both In Fine Form And Deep Into The Material, Bringing All His Wisdom To The Dylan Performance While Kicking “Ruby Soho” Across The Field As If He Were A Young Lion. Armstrong And Crew Step Lively And Provide Plenty Of Inspiration For The Legend, Plus They Deserve Special Mention For Approaching The One Original Cut Here, “Ship Is Sailing,” With True Island Hearts, Giving The Light Song A Proper, Irony-Free Lilt. Crying Shame There’s Not More Of It, But What Could Have Been A Meta Mess Ends Up The Eternal Punky Reggae Party, And If UB40 Hadn’t Already Stolen The Title, They Could Have Slapped Labor Of Love On This One And Watched Cliff, Armstrong, And The Reggae Faithful All Nod In Unison.” – David Jeffries, AMG more
Special
Used - LP - FC 38099
Mint, Unplayed 1982 Original With 1C/1D Stampers. Includes The Rare Press Kit Featuring A Very Nice 8x10 B&W Shot Of Jimmy. more
Struggling Man
New - LP - SW 9343
Sealed 1974 Original With Custom Printed Inner Sleeve. "Written In The Aftermath Of His Longtime Producer Leslie Kong's Tragically Early Death, 1972's Struggling Man Reflected Jimmy Cliff's Desperate Attempt To Shake Himself Out Of Mourning And Find A New Career Path. It's The Intensity Of The Singer's Struggle During This Period That Fuels This Set, His Pain, Confusion, And Turmoil Are Raw, Packing The Set With An Emotional Intensity That He'll Never Quite Equal Elsewhere. It's Unlikely That Cliff Himself Has Fond Memories Of This Album, But Regardless, Its Power Remains Undiluted By The Years."-AMG more
Struggling Man
Used - LP - ILPS 9235
1973 UK Palm Tree Label Original. 1U/1U Stampers. more
Struggling Man
New - LP - ILPS 9235
Pristine, Sealed 1974 Original On Palm Tree Label, Small Saw-Cut. "Written In The Aftermath Of His Longtime Producer Leslie Kong's Tragically Early Death, 1972's Struggling Man Reflected Jimmy Cliff's Desperate Attempt To Shake Himself Out Of Mourning And Find A New Career Path. It's The Intensity Of The Singer's Struggle During This Period That Fuels This Set, His Pain, Confusion, And Turmoil Are Raw, Packing The Set With An Emotional Intensity That He'll Never Quite Equal Elsewhere. It's Unlikely That Cliff Himself Has Fond Memories Of This Album, But Regardless, Its Power Remains Undiluted By The Years."-AMG more
Struggling Man
Used - LP - SW 9343
1974 Sun Ray (Or Palm Tree) Label Original With Custom Printed Inner Sleeve And Shrink Wrap Intact. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
The Harder They Come (OSR)
Used - LP - MLPS 9202
1974 Gatefold Pressing. "The Reggae Equivalent To Saturday Night Fever Defined The Music Globally At A Time When, To Audiences Beyond The Caribbean And Émigré Towns, Bob Marley And The Wailers Might As Well Have Been An Italian Doo-Wop Group. Jimmy Cliff Was Star Of Both Film And LP, Which Included His Newly-Cut Title Track As Well As Earlier Gems Like "Many Rivers To Cross." With The Maytals' "Pressure Drop," The Melodians' "Rivers Of Babylon" And Desmond Dekker's "007 (Shanty Town)," It Remains The Single Greatest Reggae Mixtape Ever Made." - Rolling Stone more
The Power And The Glory
Used - LP - FC 38986
1983 Original With Press Release. Unplayed Condition. Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. more
Unlimited
Used - LP - MS 2147
Rare 1972 White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Promo Sticker. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Unlimited
New - LP - MS 2147
Sealed 1977 White Label Promo With Promo Insert. Pristine Copy And The First One We Have Seen In Six Years. more
Wonderful World, Beautiful People
New - LP - SP 3189
Factory Sealed 1970 Original. Contains Some Of His Monster Tunes - "Many Rivers To Cross," "Wonderful World," "Vietnam" & More. An All-Time Classic Of The Genre. more

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