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Livity

Livity
Studio album by Prince Far I
Released 1981
Recorded Channel One Studios, Kingston, Jamaica, 1981
Genre Reggae
Label PRE/Charisma
Producer Prince Far I
Prince Far I chronology
Showcase in a Suitcase
(1980)
Livity
(1981)
Voice of Thunder
(1981)

Livity is a 1981 reggae album by Prince Far I. Livity is a word used by Rastafarians to refer to the energy or life-force that flows through all living things. The album is generally considered one of Prince Far I's weaker albums.[1] As on many of his albums, the backing comes from the Roots Radics, under the guise of The Arabs.[2] The album was mixed by Lancelot "Maxie" McKenzie.

Track listing

  1. "Reggae Music Moving"
  2. "Badda Card"
  3. "Some With Roof"
  4. "Marble Stone"
  5. "Put It Out"
  6. "King Of Kings"
  7. "River Jordan"
  8. "Ghetto Living"
  9. "Give Me For My Continent"
  10. "Wish I Have A Wing"

References

  1. ^ Greene, Jo-Ann "Prince Far I Biography", Allmusic, Macrovision Corporation
  2. ^ Thompson, Dave (2002) Reggae & Caribbean Music, Backbeat Books, ISBN 0-87930-655-6, p. 223

External links

  • Livity at Roots Archives
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