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Encyclopedia > Ijahman Levi

Ijahman Levi's first album, Haile I Hymn, was released on Island Records in 1978.


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Ijahman Levi: I & Jah (2308 words)
Ijahman Levi was born in Christiana, Manchester, Jamaica as Trevor Sutherland in 1946 (under the sign of Gemini).
Ijahman's musical aspirations involved many talent contests and auditions, the results of which were not always encouraging, but an early encounter with a soon to be infamous Anglo-Jamaican producer would inspire him to continue his struggle to succeed in music.
Ijahman returned to Jamaica after leaving prison to "recharge my energy (and) my spirit." All the time, he kept reading a chapter a day of spiritual nourishment from the Bible and came to learn "who is a Levi and what is a Levi.
CMT.com : Ijahman : Biography (406 words)
Ijahman Levi (born: Trevor Sutherland) has been on the cutting edge of Jamaica's music for more than four decades.
Levi's career was temporarily stilled when he was arrested in 1970 a sent to prison for three years.
While imprisoned, he assumed the name of Ijahman Levi and wrote the classic tune, "Jah Heavy Lord." Released from prison in 1974, Levi found refuge at the house of Rastafari at the St. Agnes Place headquarters of the Twelve Tribes.
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