Sounds - Prince Far I

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Hear Prince Far I speak on "Dub To Africa":

This is a publics demands my special request to Jamaican number one bass player, the man called Flabba Holt
This one call: "Dub To Africa"
Da eema-zeema, wandlem, good music brother
Give ear la amlak, glory to God!
Tenna istelem wadada, wandlem sound, hello love brother
(laugh), you know what they call us? Cry Tuff and The Originals (laugh)
Brothers and sisters good day, how're you doing up there? Hope you're doing fine. Well I'm gonna make you mine, because all I've got in mind, to give is love!
On I wrong, Babylon weighing 250 pound. On I right Natty Dreadlocks weighing 150 pound. Security force, the referee. The whole world stand to see this boxing

Hear Prince Far I speak on "Megabit 25, 1922-Dub":

Knowledge is found in the secret place of the most high, happy is a man that foundeth wisdom. And with that getting get overstanding and knowledge shall be added unto thee
Jah Rastafari
Beauty unfold
Someone have stolen away my good brethren call: "Jerry Doghead", from Greenwich Town

Hear Prince Far I speak and sing on a John Peel Session:

On the 4th of juli 1978 was the first broadcast of a John Peel Session with Prince Far I and Creation Rebel. The show was recorded on the 7th of june 1978 in a studio called Maida Vale 4 with producer Jeff Griffin and Engineer Nick Gomm. The line up for this recording was:

Prince Far I Lead Vocals
Vernon Guitar
Clifton Morrisson Keyboards
Dr.Pablo Melodica
Charley Drums

As far as I know these shows where repeated the 11th of september 1993 and 22nd of december 1995. These shows where broadcasted by the BBC and probably rebroadcasted by other stations. The recordings of this show are almost complete except for one song, Front Line. I would appreciate it if someone could send the complete recording of this song (or session) to me, the track listing is:

Spoken Introduction
Black Man's Land
No More War
The Dream
Foggy Road
Front Line