Michael Prophet - Fools Say mp3 album
Michael George Haynes (3 March 1957 – 16 December 2017), known professionally as Michael Prophet, was a Jamaican roots reggae singer known for his "crying" tenor vocal style, whose recording career began in 1977. Prophet's first recordings were for producer Yabby You in 1977, debuting with the single "Praise You Jah Jah", which had actually been written five years earlier. He cites Bob Andy as his main influence as a singer
Michael Prophet (1981) Jah Guidance/Thompson Sound. Love Is An Earthly Thing (1983) CSA. Blood Stain (1984) Satta Blue/Ashantites. Cease Fire (1985) Move. Joint Favourites (1985) Greensleeves (with Half Pint). Settle Fu Ye Settle (1986) Live & Love. Loving You (1987) Tuff Gong. Woman I Love, Roots Tradition, 1992. Dont Do No Wrong, Schema Records, 1996. Fools Say, Classic Vibes Music Production, 1997. Mi Sweet Her, Charm, 1998. Freedom, Charm, 1998. Judgements, Blakamix, 1999. Cool Runnings, Natami Music, 2000. Righteous Revolution, Sip A Cup Records, 2000. Lead Us Oh Jah, One Love International, 2006.
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Michael Prophet (1981). Album by Michael Prophet. was sampled in. Night of the Living Dead by Scientist (1981). is a cover of. Upside Down by Diana Ross (1980).
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Listen to music from Michael Prophet like Gunman, Love And Unity & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Michael Prophet. Michael Prophet grew up in the western Kingston ghetto of Greenwich Farm, Jamaica. He began his recording career in 1977 when he was discovered by the legendary producer Vivian Jackson, better known as Yabby You. Yabby You took Michael to Channel One where he voiced his debut song "Praise You Jah Jah".
Michael Prophet's Serious Reasoning (1980) is a masterpiece, filled with his distinctive, powerful tenor and wide vibrato. After his work with Yabby You, Prophet went on to work with Henry "Junjo" Lawes, changing his style from conscious, Roots-style reggae to a harder sound. His mid to late '80s albums had a tough, digitized Dancehall feel and slack lyrics. Prophet's mid-era work peaked with the hit "Gunman," driven by hard Roots Radics rhythms and hard-edged words that lived up to Prophet's name.
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