Give Jah The Glory Pt 2

Haile Selassie inspired a faith movement beginning in the 1930s in Jamaica. The Rastafari movement was founded on a belief that pioneering Pan-Africanist, Marcus Garvey, had prophesied of the crowning of a ‘black king’ in Africa. The Ethiopian monarch became a symbol of Rastafarians, but Selassie himself was not enthused about that. And thus he stated: “Do not worship me, I am not God. I’m only a man. I worship Jesus Christ.” Here we present a spiritual reggae selection with vintage roots songs from artists who glorify H.I.M. Haile Selassie I, Jah Rastafari, the King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Conquering Lion of Judah, in one way or another.


01. Bobby Melody – Jah Bring I Joy In The Morning
02. Barry Brown – Jah Jah Protect Them
03. Inturns – Jah Ho Jah
04. Lopez Walker – Jah Jah New Garden
05. Al Campbell – Send Love Oh Jah
06. Peter Marshall & The Revolutionaries – Lord Take Up The Key
07. The Jewells – Jah I (Extended Mix)
08. Culture – See Them A Come
09. Dennis Brown – So Jah Say
10. Jimmy Riley – Give Thanks And Praise (Extended Mix)
11. Mind, Body & Soul – King Of Kings
12. Yabby You – Jah Vengeance
13. Lee Perry & The Upsetters – Jah I
14. Eric Donaldson – Say A Little Prayer (Extended Mix)
15. Jackie Bernard – Jah Jah Way
16. The Gladiators – Jah Jah Go Before Us
17. Sugar Minott – Jahovia
18. Johnny Osbourne – Jah Promise
19. Winston Jarrett – Love Jah Jah
20. Leroy Smart – Jahoviah (Extended Mix)
21. Linval Thompson – Go Jah Jah Pickney
22. Jacob Miller – Who Say Jah No Dread
23. Pablo All Stars – Stop Them Jah
24. Burning Spear – Jah See And Know
25. U Roy – So Jah Say
26. Black Uhuru – I Love King Selassie
27. Yami Bolo – Haile Selassie
28. Little John – Pray To Jah
29. The Original Survivors – Come Away Jah Children
30. Ras Michael – None A Jah Jah Children No Cry
31. Delroy Washington – Chant I