Jah Lloyd - Piece A Banana mp3 album
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Jah Lloyd, aka Jah Lion, The Black Lion of Judah, and Jah Ali (born Patrick Lloyd Francis, 29 August 1947, died 12 June 1999) was a Jamaican reggae singer, deejay and producer. Francis was born in Point Hill, Saint Catherine Parish in 1947. His mother died when he was eight, and he lived with his father, a farmer. After leaving school at the age of twelve he moved to Kingston and settled in Trench Town.
Jah Lloyd Ceo of Issachar production from Kingston Jamaica form company 1989 with reggae artist Wendy Shaw has two offices one in Kingston Jamaica and one in Los Angeles CA. Currently working with a good up an coming roots female artist name Empress Akua look out for new album soon. No favourite quotes to show.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Walking Dub. sampled. Have Some Mercy by Delroy Wilson (1974). He also produced Mike Brooks' 1976 album What a Gathering, and The Revolutionaries 1979 album Goldmine Dub. The band was not successful, but Brooks would often contribute to recording sessions at the Black Ark organized by Jah Lloyd. Jah Lloyd Alvin Ranglin Glen Brown Joseph Cotton Westmoreland Parish. VirginCirca10 Records. Reverting to Jah Lloyd, he secured a two-album deal Virgin Records' Frontline label, resulting in The Humble One and Black Moses.
Jah Lloyd, aka Jah Lion, The Black Lion of Judah, and Jah Ali (born 29 August 1947, St. Catherine Jamaica, shot in Kingston 12 June 1999) was a reggae singer, deejay and producer and ran his own label, TEEM. Aliases: Jah Ali, Jah Lion, Patrick Francis, The Black Lion. Variations: Viewing All Jah Lloyd.
He became Jah Lloyd in 1978, signing a record deal with Front Line, and although songs like "Jah Lion" and "Cocaine" tried hard, they stirred up little public interest. Francis turned to production work as the 1970s ended, becoming Jah Lion again as the 1980s beckoned, and although he stayed active behind the scenes, his major recording work was behind him. Pat Francis was only 52 when he was killed in Kingston on June 12, 1999. Point Hill, St. Catherine, Jamaic.
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