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9 thoughts on “ Follow Selassie I - Jah Woosh - Sing And Chant With Jah Woosh (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Praise Ye Jah Lyrics: I did behold / Until the proud was casted down, yeah / Have the ancient of days is / King Haile Selassie I Jah! / You know / With his garments as white as snow / His hair as pure.
  2. Mar 13,  · He made an LP for Form in ’81 (“Rebellion”) and followed it in ’82 with “Sing And Chant with Jah Woosh” issued on the September label. His most notable work in recent years was the production (with V.E Waltors) of Reggae George’s outstanding album “Fight On My Own” issued on the Sky Juice label in , with Woosh’s many.
  3. The result was ‘Angela Davis’, a tribute to the black freedom fighter credited under his new pseudonym, Jah Woosh. Despite the strong lyrics, it was not a hit, but he was able to impress producer Rupie Edwards. The sessions with Edwards led to the release in of Jah Woosh.
  4. In a crowded field, toaster Jah Woosh -- born Neville Beckford in Kingston, Jamaica, in -- left his mark on the roots age with a string of popular singles and a series of seminal albums. Haile Selassie's Read Full Biography. Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓.
  5. – Jah Stitch & Winston Jarrett: Stalawah: A3 – Jah Woosh & Larry Marshall: Satan Follow: A4 – Jah Stitch & Winston Jarrett: Rise And Shine: A5 – Jah Stitch: Two Roads: B1 – Jah Woosh & Screw Dung & Winston Jarrett: Bless Them Jah: B2 – Jah Stitch: Domino Tournament: B3 – Jah Woosh: Show Us The Way: B4 – Jah Stitch: Fruits In Due.
  6. JAH WOOSH Vinyl Records and CDs Neville Beckford ( – 21 February ), better known as Jah Woosh, was a Jamaican reggae deejay and record producer, primarily known for his work in the s. Jah Woosh Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts.
  7. Jah Woosh – “Rastaman” First time on CD: the lost Jah Woosh album „Rastaman“, originally released in Germany – the vinyl is out of stock for a long time and sought after by Reggae fans all over the world! A Jamaican production, recorded at Channel 1, mixed at .
  8. "Unu have heard that it were said - 'Love thy companion an hate thy enemy.' But I-man tell unu, that unu might be childran fe your Faada Who are ina Heaven - love your enemies, an bless them who curse unu, an do fine fe them who hate unu, an pray becau them who persecute unu; fe HIM send forth Sun pon evil ones an pon goodly ones, an sends rain pon righteous ones an pon sinners.

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