Give Jah The Glory Pt 3

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 roots songs from the ’70s and ’80s 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. Rod Taylor – His Imperial Majesty
02. Willie Williams – Give Jah Praise
03. Earl Zero – Only Jah Love
04. Linval Thompson – Jah Jah The Conqueror
05. Cocoa Tea – If Jah Is For Us
06. Tappa Zukie – Jah Is I Guiding Star
07. Prince Far I – Let Jah Arise
08. Big Youth – I Pray Thee
09. Doctor Alimantado – Chant To Jah
10. Jah Bull – Jah The Creator
11. The Silvertones – Give Praises
12. Lacksley Castell – Jah Love Is Sweeter
13. Sylford Walker – Jah Golden Pen
14. The Abyssinians – Know Jah Today
15. Israel Vibration – Jah Time Has Come
16. Earl Sixteen – Jah Is The Master
17. Hugh Mundell – Jah Will Provide
18. Freddie McKay – Guide Us Jah Jah (12″ Mix)
19. Don Carlos – Jah Hear My Plea
20. Wayne Jarrett – Jah Jah I
21. Johnny Clarke – Let’s Give Jah Jah Praises
22. Wailing Souls – They Don’t Know Jah (12″ Mix)
23. Jahmel – Jah Is My King
24. Ras Allah – Jah Morning Sun
25. The Heptones – Jah Bless The Children
26. Dennis Brown – Created By The Father
27. Horace Andy – Jah Will Provide
28. Naggo Morris – Jah Guide (12” Mix)
29. Leroy Brown – Help Us Jah (12” Mix)
30. Leroy Sibbles – Jah Soon Come
31. Barry Brown – The Emperor
32. Barry Brown – The Emperor Version