Jimmy Cliff: Moving On

In this unique and candid film, reggae artist Jimmy Cliff returns to his Jamaican roots, performing a thought-provoking selection of his greatest hits in the streets where he made his career. Filmed in 1996, this rare documentary captures Cliff where his musical odyssey began, discussing his musical vision and his embrace of Islam and traditional African culture. Songs include 'The Harder They Come', 'Crime', 'Many Rivers to Cross', 'Bob You Did Your Job', and 'You Can Get It If You Really Want'.

Year: 1996
Genre: Documentaries, Music Capsule, General Docos
Country: Jamaica
Director: Francois Bergeron
Starring: Jimmy Cliff
Duration: 60 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: Music Capsule



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