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Reggae star Jimmy Cliff discusses his recent induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, his career in music, as well as his upcoming tour, his first in five years.
Of all the movies I've ever seen, and I've seen a LOT, the movie I've seen the most times--over 20, I think--is "The Harder They Come."
If I come across a single scene on TV--I am hooked. It has a number of assets, despite its ultra-low budget, that make it absolutely gripping, fascinating.
I stare at it in a state of awe and wonder that far exceeds anything I felt at Avatar.
I salute Mr. Cliff, and am looking forward to this interview. "The Harder They Come" soundtrack was one of the major delights of the the seventies.
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