b. Faybienne Miranda, 1952, Panama. Miranda emigrated to the united states with her parents when she was four years of age, spending her formative years around the east coastline before implementing a hippie way of life on the western coastline. Inspired from the film The Harder They Arrive she visited Jamaica, where she continuously beleaguered the maker and audio system operator Jack port Ruby. He finally succumbed to her pleas and decided to generate her documenting debut. The results of the program was the eternal ‘Prophecy’ that flopped due to having less publicity in Jamaica. The tune’s languished in obscurity because of censorship laws associated with the declared Condition Of Crisis. In the tune Miranda cautioned, ‘Prophecy – Prophecy – Garvey prophesied – people hear the decision – our backs are actually against the wall structure’. The Dark Disciples, who graced Burning up Spear’s magnum opus Marcus Garvey, supplied the right accompaniment towards the apocalyptic lyrics. The tune found better success internationally, originally surfacing on an unbiased UK label c/w Jimmy Lindsay’s ‘Easy’. Miranda’s strike surfaced on expatriate Jamaican Lloyd Coxsone’s Tribesman label, before Isle Records certified both monitors for release in the Dark Swan subsidiary. Miranda implemented her debut using the likewise styled ‘Future’, echoing the expanded words and phrases of its forerunner. The tune highlighted the playing abilities of Leroy ‘Horsemouth’ Wallace on drums and Robbie Shakespeare on bass but didn’t emulate its forerunner. Following a amount of anonymity she resurfaced documenting in the united kingdom using the Mad Teacher at his Ariwa studios. The unparalleled achievement of ‘Prophecy’ hindered her likelihood of better accomplishments, as all following works were examined against her preliminary strike. By 1989 Miranda was reputedly dealing with Augustus Pablo, although small surfaced out of this collaboration.