you hear the Voice Of Thunder, you better be
sure that you're on solid ground! For he
speaks the words of JAH! Rastafari.
Introducing Prince Fari, who really has a
voice of thunder. Some people would call his
works DUB Poetry, and others would say that
he is a DJ since he started recording for
Bunny Lee in the early 1970's. The debate
will continue, I suppose.
Fact is that Prince Fari recorded some
very serious material in his -much to short-
life on this planet. His has a strong
faith in JAH Rastafari and a prophetic
message of the fulfillment of the
And so the message that Prince Fari has,
landed exactly there where it was needed to
be heard. Jah Guidance, seen?
Prince Fari is well appriciloved in the
Rasta and Reggae community. When he released
his music in the 1970's/1980's, he could
also count on the support of many conscious
anarcho-punks. A recording session with
well-known BBC disc-jockey John Peel
which is later released on vinyl furthered
the name of Prince Fari to a wider audience.
Umkhonto We Sizwe is only one album from
the Voice of Thunder, but it's kind of
special since every track comes with an
excellent DUB version mixed by none less
than the Overton Brown, the Scientist
himself. Yes I, a crucial combination for
each and every time as I would say.
The album was released in 1983, when
digital hardware was integrated in the
Jamaican studio's. This fat sound makes sure
you will keep moving to the music while
Prince Fari chants down Babylon by spreading
JAH Truth in a way you can't deny.
When you're into some solid Roots Radics
with Scientist at the Control, when you're
into some thunder and lightning, Umkhonto We
Sizwe will definitely be a good album to