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Jimmy Cliff

Post  laci-dowina on Sun Jun 22, 2014 2:10 am


born 1 April 1948

Voice type: Tenor
Vocal range: Eb3-G#5

Significant high notes:

G#5 ("Wild World")
G5 ("Peace")
F#5 ("No Woman, No Cry" live, "American Sweet")
F5 ("Now and Forever", "The Harder They Come", "People")
E5 ("Peace", "Higher & Higher")
Eb5 ("American Sweet")
D5 ("Higher & Higher", "No Woman, No Cry" live)
C#5 ("Wild World", "Vietnam", "Under Pressure", "The Harder They Come")
C5 ("Peace", "Many Rivers to Cross", "Now and Forever", "Journey", "World Upside Down", "Arrival")
B4 ("Peace", "No Justice", "I Can See Clearly Now", "Wonderful World, Beautiful People", "Sitting in Limbo", "Hard Road to Travel", "Struggling Man", "Son of Man", "No Woman, No Cry")
Bb4 ("Many Rivers to Cross", "You Can Get It If You Really Want", "The Harder They Come", "Time Will Tell", "Vietnam", "John Crow", "Come Into My Life", "Hakuna Matata", "Journey", "Under Pressure", "American Sweet")
A4 ("Peace", "No Justice", "Many Rivers to Cross", "I Can See Clearly Now", "Wonderful World, Beautiful People", "Reggae Night", "Hard Road to Travel", "Now and Forever", "Rebel in Me", "Higher & Higher", "Struggling Man", "Son of Man", "If I Follow My Mind", "No Woman, No Cry", "World Upside Down", "Arrival", "Jamaica Time", "People")

Significant low notes:

F3 ("Many Rivers to Cross", "Rebel in Me")
Eb3 ("Miss Jamaica", "Ska All Over the World")

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*Blue marks probable non-modal notes.


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Re: Jimmy Cliff

Post  laci-dowina on Sun Jun 22, 2014 5:41 am



For me this is his best vocal performance, wonderful singing and some pretty high notes there.

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Re: Jimmy Cliff

Post  BioHazard634 on Sun Jun 22, 2014 3:07 pm

Heard some B4s in here.
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Re: Jimmy Cliff

Post  laci-dowina on Sun Jun 22, 2014 6:13 pm

BioHazard634 wrote:Heard some B4s in here.

Thanks for the found, but that is not Jimmy, it is sung by Lebo M. Its a mistake, something like this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JhwxTen6yA - That really isnt Bob Marley, but Inner Circle.

By the way, a nice duet from Jimmy and Lebo M., also from a soundtrack to the Lion King, is "Hakuna Matata".

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Post  BioHazard634 on Mon Jun 23, 2014 4:52 am

I think it may have crossed my mind that it wasn't him, but I saw this thread and was of course reminded of "I Can See Clearly Now", so I searched it. After listening I saw "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" on the side, and saw it wasn't in the thread, so I gave it a listen to see if there was anything significant. And the like bar is so high that I took it to be valid.
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Re: Jimmy Cliff

Post  BioHazard634 on Mon Jun 23, 2014 4:59 am

Use ♯ ♭ instead of # b for a nicer looking thread.

Also, if this is him, Wink he has some E♭3s (and F3s).

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