Prince Far I

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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, with the flip being a strange half-sung half-chanted version by the Prince entitled "Simpleton Skank". Read more on Last.fm

Prince Far I
Megabit 25, 1922 - Dub
Album (1997)
Prince Far I
Health and Strength
Album (1997)
Prince Far I & King Tubby
In the House of Vocal & Dub
Album (1995)
Prince Far I
Cry Freedom Dub
Album (1994)
Prince Far I
Voice of Thunder
Album (1990)
Prince Far I
Musical History
Album (1983)
Prince Far I
Cry Tuff Dub Encounter, Chapter 4
Album (1981)
Prince Far I
Jamaican Heroes
Album (1980)
Prince Far I
Cry Tuff Dub Encounter Chapter 3
Album (1980)
Prince Far I
Cry Tuff Dub Encounter, Chapter 2
Album (1979)
Prince Far I
Livity
Album (1979)
Prince Far I
Free From Sin
Album (1979)
Prince Far I
Long Life
Album (1978)
Prince Far I
Psalms for I
Album (1976)
Prince Far I
Under Heavy Manners
Album (1976)