Even as greatest hits packages go, Legend is an utter gem. Every song is inspired, in a class of its own, whether the real version of “I Shot The Sheriff”, the hymnlike “No Woman, No Cry” or the sheer joy of “Jamming”. Even allowing that Marley never wrote any bad material, Legend is still the crème de la crème, the heart and soul of the Jamaican people packed into one five-inch compact disc. He was unique and the message of this record, more than any other, (more…)
Bob Marley’s second live album, Babylon By Bus, from 1978, had to be pretty damned good to match the incandescence of 1975′s Live!. But with glorious performances on songs like “Punky Reggae Party”, “Is This Love?” and “Jamming”, they came close to equalling it. Maybe there wasn’t quite the same amount of inspiration, but the Wailers had matured into a tight unit with Marley the charismatic leader, as this set shows well. And with Marley still at the height of (more…)
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Marley’s consistent (certainly by reggae standards) album career has proffered many great songbooks, of which EXODUS isjust one good example. The singles “One Love” and “Jamming”will be familiar to anyone with even a passing acquaintancewith Jamaican music, but just as vital are the touchingly vulnerable love song “Waiting In Vain”, the title track, and the splendid “Guiltiness”. This was the first album to feature Junior Murvin on guitar, while the expressive use (more…)
An interesting collection of singles and posthumously archived material created in the same way as Hendrix’s CRASH LANDING and The Beatles “Free as a Bird”, (albeit with most of the original musicians), CONFRONTATION is more consistent than one would expect and includes at least one certified classic in “Buffalo Soldier”. The record features some very tastyguitar, good vocal performances and the always rock-steady rhythm section of the Barrett brothers. While not a (more…)
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* This stunning and critically-acclaimed box set, presents an alternate history of Bob Marley’s career, tracing his progression with outtakes, rare singles, alternate mixes, live tracks, and album tracks – from the early days of ska and rocksteady, through to the crossover 70s period and beyond.
‘Salewicz invades and illuminates Marley’s privacy more effectively than previous biographers’ – The Sunday Times’Essential biography that also traces the evolution of rebel music. It’s the author’s owm conjuring of events – that make this book so valuable’ – Mojo’Where the veteran music journalist Chris Salewicz provides new insights is in his portrait of the musician’s complex and troubled personality. Drawing on extensive interviews with those closest to Marley, he reve (more…)
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Bob Marley And The Wailers’ seventh studio album finds the masterful Jamaican singer turning his attentions away from purely domestic Caribbean matters to the African continent. His songs had previously often cited Africa as both an influence and a final spiritual destination for Rastafarians; RASTAMAN VIBRATION’s “War” had even named a laundry list of aggrieved nations struggling for freedom. But with SURVIVAL’s “Africa Unite”, and “Zimbabwe” in particular, Marley (more…)
Released just six months after CATCH A FIRE, BURNIN’ is theequal of its predecessor in its musical focus and passion, yet it contains–arguably–an even better batch of songs. Leaner, tighter, and simultaneously more hard-hitting and morehook-oriented than the songs on CATCH A FIRE, the set list here dazzles. Two tracks in particular, the inspirational civil rights anthem “Get Up, Stand Up” and the story-song “I Shot the Sheriff”, are among the best songs Bob Marle (more…)