BOB MARLEY is one of those artists for whom it is impossible to divorce their cultural impact from their musical achievement. Marley became the first music superstar from outside the UK or US, his success reached nations that other rock stars didn’t, he was truly international, as big in Lagos or Harare as he was in London or New York.
As the 1970s dawned The Wailers were finding their way in the musical world and at least part of their work was formed from one of the essential collaborations in Jamaican music. These recordings saw The Wailers working with Lee Perry and the music that they created forms the basis of our unique compilation that made hits and music as vital as anything that would follow.


Looking at the history of the music industry in the last 40 years, stardom has internationalised. No longer will an artist’s success be restricted to the United States, Europe and Australasia. Beyonce, Kanye West et al are known wherever there is an internet connection. Yet superstars still largely come from the U.S., and Bob Marley stands out as the only musical star of his magnitude to have emerged from Jamaica, a country whose per capita musical output dwarfs almost anywhere else in the world. He was a unique talent whose music continues to reverberate.

TRACK LIST LP 

LP ONE
SIDE A

A1. HypocritesA2. Kaya
A3. Small Axe
A4. Stand Alone
A5. Who is Mr. Brown
A6. Duppy Conqueror
A7. Soul Rebel

SIDE B
B1. Sun is Shining
B2. Corner Stone
B3. Mellow Mood
B4. Rainbow Country
B5. African Herbsman
B6. Caution
B7. Lively up Yourself
B8. Back Out

LP TWO

SIDE C

C1. Dillinger – Modern Judas
C2. Cornell Campbell – Concrete Jungle
C3. Peter Tosh – Get up, Stand Up
C4. Johnny Clarke – No Woman, No Cry
C5. Delroy Wilson – I'm Still Waiting
C6. Jah Stitch – Cherry Mood
C7. Dennis Alcapone – King Of Kings

SIDE D
D1. Horace Andy – Natural Mystic
D2. Glen Ricks – I Shot The Sheriff
D3. Jackie Edwards – Stir It Up
D4. Lloyd Robinson – Fire Fire
D5. I-Threes – Waiting In Vain
D6. The Aggrovators featuring Derrick Morgan – Simmer Down
D7. Phyllis Dillon – Nice Time

TRACK LIST CD

35 REGGAE MASTERPIECES ACROSS A DELUXE EXPANDED COMPANION CD


CD ONE
– Bob Markey & The Wailers


1. Hypocrites
2. Kaya
3. Small Axe
4. Stand Alone
5. Who is Mr. Brown
6. Put It On
7. Duppy Conqueror
8. Soul Rebel
9. Run For Cover
10. Sun is Shining
11. Corner Stone
12. Mellow Mood
13. Rainbow Country
14. African Herbsman
15. Caution
16. Lively up Yourself
17. Back Out
18. Soul Shake Down Party

CD TWO – Special Guests perform Marley Songs


1. Dillinger – Modern Judas
2. Cornell Campbell – Concrete Jungle
3. Peter Tosh – Get up, Stand Up
4. Johnny Clarke – No Woman, No Cry
5. Delroy Wilson – I'm Still Waiting
6. Jah Stitch – Cherry Mood
7. Dennis Alcapone – King Of Kings
8. Johnny Lover feat. Bob Marley & The Wailers – I Like It Like This
9. Horace Andy – Natural Mystic
10. Glen Ricks – I Shot The Sheriff
11. The Heptones – Thank You Lord
12. Jackie Edwards – Stir It Up
13. Lloyd Robinson – Fire Fire
14. I-Threes – Waiting In Vain
15. The Aggrovators featuring Derrick Morgan – Simmer Down
16. Phyllis Dillon – Nice Time
17. Ken Boothe – Redemption Song

THE BOB MARLEY SONGBOOK

THE BOB MARLEY SONGBOOK

Bob Marley & Various Artists

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- Including the ORIGINAL versions of Bob Marley’s most cherished songs
- Featuring nine of Rolling Stone’s
Top 50 Marley songs of all time
- Over 50 million YouTube views
- Essay by Dean Rudland (Acid Jazz)
- Plus, previously unpublished photographs

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BOB MARLEY is one of those artists for whom it is impossible to divorce their cultural impact from their musical achievement. Marley became the first music superstar from outside the UK or US, his success reached nations that other rock stars didn’t, he was truly international, as big in Lagos or Harare as he was in London or New York.
As the 1970s dawned The Wailers were finding their way in the musical world and at least part of their work was formed from one of the essential collaborations in Jamaican music. These recordings saw The Wailers working with Lee Perry and the music that they created forms the basis of our unique compilation that made hits and music as vital as anything that would follow.


Looking at the history of the music industry in the last 40 years, stardom has internationalised. No longer will an artist’s success be restricted to the United States, Europe and Australasia. Beyonce, Kanye West et al are known wherever there is an internet connection. Yet superstars still largely come from the U.S., and Bob Marley stands out as the only musical star of his magnitude to have emerged from Jamaica, a country whose per capita musical output dwarfs almost anywhere else in the world. He was a unique talent whose music continues to reverberate.

TRACK LIST LP 

LP ONE
SIDE A

A1. HypocritesA2. Kaya
A3. Small Axe
A4. Stand Alone
A5. Who is Mr. Brown
A6. Duppy Conqueror
A7. Soul Rebel

SIDE B
B1. Sun is Shining
B2. Corner Stone
B3. Mellow Mood
B4. Rainbow Country
B5. African Herbsman
B6. Caution
B7. Lively up Yourself
B8. Back Out

LP TWO

SIDE C

C1. Dillinger – Modern Judas
C2. Cornell Campbell – Concrete Jungle
C3. Peter Tosh – Get up, Stand Up
C4. Johnny Clarke – No Woman, No Cry
C5. Delroy Wilson – I'm Still Waiting
C6. Jah Stitch – Cherry Mood
C7. Dennis Alcapone – King Of Kings

SIDE D
D1. Horace Andy – Natural Mystic
D2. Glen Ricks – I Shot The Sheriff
D3. Jackie Edwards – Stir It Up
D4. Lloyd Robinson – Fire Fire
D5. I-Threes – Waiting In Vain
D6. The Aggrovators featuring Derrick Morgan – Simmer Down
D7. Phyllis Dillon – Nice Time

TRACK LIST CD

35 REGGAE MASTERPIECES ACROSS A DELUXE EXPANDED COMPANION CD


CD ONE
– Bob Markey & The Wailers


1. Hypocrites
2. Kaya
3. Small Axe
4. Stand Alone
5. Who is Mr. Brown
6. Put It On
7. Duppy Conqueror
8. Soul Rebel
9. Run For Cover
10. Sun is Shining
11. Corner Stone
12. Mellow Mood
13. Rainbow Country
14. African Herbsman
15. Caution
16. Lively up Yourself
17. Back Out
18. Soul Shake Down Party

CD TWO – Special Guests perform Marley Songs


1. Dillinger – Modern Judas
2. Cornell Campbell – Concrete Jungle
3. Peter Tosh – Get up, Stand Up
4. Johnny Clarke – No Woman, No Cry
5. Delroy Wilson – I'm Still Waiting
6. Jah Stitch – Cherry Mood
7. Dennis Alcapone – King Of Kings
8. Johnny Lover feat. Bob Marley & The Wailers – I Like It Like This
9. Horace Andy – Natural Mystic
10. Glen Ricks – I Shot The Sheriff
11. The Heptones – Thank You Lord
12. Jackie Edwards – Stir It Up
13. Lloyd Robinson – Fire Fire
14. I-Threes – Waiting In Vain
15. The Aggrovators featuring Derrick Morgan – Simmer Down
16. Phyllis Dillon – Nice Time
17. Ken Boothe – Redemption Song

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