Long Life

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Long Life
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Recorded Harry J Studio, Kingston, Jamaica
Genre Reggae
Label Front Line
Producer Martin "Mandingo" Williams
Prince Far I chronology
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Long Life is a reggae album by Prince Far I, released in 1978.

Track listing

All tracks composed and arranged by Michael Williams

  1. "Daughters of Zion"
  2. "Right Way"
  3. "Black Starliner Must Come"
  4. "Praise Him With Psalms"
  5. "In Your Walking Remember Jah Jah"
  6. "Farmyard"
  7. "Love One Another"
  8. "Who Have Eyes to See"
  9. "So Long"



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