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  1. Legalize It [Vinyl] by Peter Tosh Vinyl $ Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). This is a compilation album based on the soundtrack of a movie, "The Harder They Come". Verified Purchase. the lp the harder they come that put reggae on the map! amazing sound on gram vinyl/gatefold here and inner sleeve has story on the /5(44).
  2. The tracks that had already been hit singles are the ones that always catch the eye for most people - Desmond Dekker's catchy and poppy "You Can Get It If You Really Want", his " (Shanty Town)" and Jimmy Cliff's "The Harder They Come". However, it is some of the lesser-known tracks that contain some of the album's most authentic reggae/5().
  3. Of all the solo albums released by Peter, Paul and Mary, I was most impressed by Peter Yarrow's "Hard Times" and "That's Enough for Me." I've been listening to the group since and love most all of their work. I hate to see some of the best be neglected. I fortunately own a clean copy of the LP but I would buy a CD if I could.5/5(2).
  4. The Harder They Come is the soundtrack album to the film of the same name, released in in the United Kingdom as Island Records ILPS It was issued in February in North America as Mango Records SMAS It peaked at # on the Billboard
  5. Peter Yarrow: That's Enough For Me Paul Simon's song "Groundhog" on Peter Yarrow's (of Peter, Paul and Mary) That's Enough For Me album, was recorded in New York's A&R studios with Levon Helm, Garth Hudson and Simon himself. Robbie Robertson co-produced this song for the album. The album cover (back) has a list of songs with credits.
  6. first things first, it's criminal this band is not signed to a major label and aren't getting the recognition they deserve. also, enough with the skynyrd comparisons. skynyrd is true southern/classic daimurozolozuruzulkirr.xyzinfo guys are much more than that. definite southern rock here, but these guys grew up listening to country, as well as the stones and rock n roll. the closest comparison i would make would /5().
  7. "The Harder They Come" is a reggae song by the Jamaican singer Jimmy Cliff. It was first recorded for the soundtrack of the movie of the same name, in which it is supposed to have been written by the film's main character, Ivanhoe Martin. "The Harder They Come" has been covered by many artists and was ranked number on Rolling Stone magazine's list of " Greatest Songs of All Time".

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