Rebirth is an album by reggae artist Jimmy Cliff released in July 2012. It won the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album and was included in Rolling Stone's '50 Best Albums of 2012'. Rebirth was Cliff's first new album in eight years. The album was recorded at The Sound Factory and Canyon Hut in California, and produced by Tim Armstrong of Rancid and featured backing band The Engine Room
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Reggae python Jimmy Cliff is back to his roots with a message of hope that will keep your heart and soul on the sunny side; an open-hearted thirteen track showcase of his legendary talent which he calls "One more shot at the prize. One more shot at the goal
Rebirth is an album that seeps with the sound of classic roots reggae. Rebirth was produced by Rancid front-man Tim Armstrong (who also provides guitars on the album). Within 48 hours of the two meeting in Hollywood’s Sound Factory studio they had laid down covers of the Clash’s ‘Guns Of Brixton’ and Rancid’s ‘Ruby Soho’. On the whole Rebirth is a brilliant album that proves Jimmy Cliff still has the skill to make awe inspiring music. The album will not disappoint fans of reggae and ska and is one of the greatest reggae releases this year. It is also a joy to hear Cliff returning to his classic sound. Rebirth is certainly a high point in his long career that is already full of landmark albums.
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