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Prince Far I was born Michael James Williams in Spanish Town, Jamaica in 1945. In his teens he assumed the role of lead DJ with the Sir Mike the Musical Dragon Sound System.

Bunny Lee first recorded Far I in the early 70's with a tune called "The Great Booga Wooga". He went on to cut tunes for Coxsone, notably "Natty Farmyard" and a version of "Queen of the Minstrel". In 1973 the Cordell's "Simpleton" appeared on the Lion label… read more

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  • один из лучших рэгги-артистов в истории.
  • Really really a genuin maestro in the dub genre.
  • Throw away your gun!
  • oh yeah? most pics of PFI include smoking.. so choosing the "nonsmoking-pics" would be pretentious. Cannabis smoking is interrelated with prince far I and the likes' way of life. It's not incitation, its just normal. Almost like a jazz musician would be photographed with his saxophone. Anyone that s got a problem with it, probably does not listen to PFI or roots in general. Your comment pretty much does cencorship incitation, and few things are worse..
  • there's a large choice of pictures without doing smoking incitation.
  • amazing sense of humor
  • i love this man. talk about soulful music!
  • I like him a lot but his song "Skinhead" is just hm... bad. I'm under impression that song is directed thowards NF or BM skinheads and we are not just like that.

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