Bob Marley And The Wailers

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Bob Marley And The Wailers - Live Live
Reggae Used - LP 548 896 Tuff Gong
Out Of Print, 2001 Limited Edition 180gm HQ Import.... more details
 
Bob Marley And The Wailers - Soul Rebels Soul Rebels
Reggae New - LP TRLS 126 Trojan
Sealed, Out Of Print Reissue Of The Extremely Hard To Find $300+ 1970 Album. “Originally Issued In 1970, Soul Rebels Was The First Album Credited To Bob Marley & The Wailers, And It Was Also The Band's First Full-Length Collaboration With Producer Lee "Scratch" Perry, For Whom They Had Already Recorded A String Of Fairly Successful Singles. Working With The Newly Configured Upsetters Band, Marley And Crew Delivered A Strange And Wonderful Set Of Early Reggae That At Times Plays Fast And Loose With The Already Established Conventions Of The Genre -- On "My Cup" The Beat Sounds Inside Out, While "It's Alright" Sounds Like A Slightly Jamaicanized Version Of Motown Soul. Other Songs, Such As The Beautifully Harmonized "Try Me," Show Their Deep Roots In Rocksteady. One Of The Most Arresting Tracks On The Album Is The Peter Tosh Sung "Four Hundred Years," On Which Tosh Unburdens Himself Of Some Of His Typically Dread Pronouncements In His Rich, Chesty Voice.” – Rick Anderson, AMG... more details
 
Bob Marley And The Wailers - African Herbsman African Herbsman
Reggae Used - LP TRLS 62 Trojan
UK Light Orange Label With Bold Orange Print Reissue.... more details
 
Bob Marley And The Wailers - Live Live
Reggae Used - LP 548 896 Tuff Gong
2001 UK Limited Edition 180gm HQ Reissue With The Plastic Outer Baggy. Appears New, Unplayed.... more details
 
Bob Marley And The Wailers - Complete Island Recordings Complete Island Recordings
Reggae New - LP 5360251 Island
Sealed 2015 180gm 11LP Box Set. Housed In A Rigid Card Box With Lift Top Lid & Wrapped In Silver Paper That Simulates The Brushed Metal Finish Of A Hinged Lighter. Spanning A Decade’s Worth Of Bob Marley & The Wailers Releases On Island Records. Includes: Catch A Fire, Burnin', Natty Dread, Live!, Rastaman Vibration, Exodus, Babylon By Bus, Kaya, Survival, Uprising & Confrontation. Live! Album Will Include The Original Poster With The Vinyl, Exodus Album Features The Original Gold Metallic Jacket With Embossed Lettering, Babylon By Bus Album Features The Die-Cut Cover With The Color Printed Inner Sleeves Showing Through. Also Includes A 70th Anniversary Slip Mat And Two Photos In Glassine Envelopes.... more details
 
Bob Marley And The Wailers - Rastaman Vibrations Rastaman Vibrations
Reggae New - LP ILPS 9383 Island
1976 “For Bob Marley, 1975 Was A Triumphant Year. The Singer's Natty Dread Album Featured One Of His Strongest Batches Of Original Material (The First Compiled After The Departure Of Peter Tosh And Bunny Wailer) And Delivered Top 40 Hit "No Woman No Cry." The Follow-Up Live Set, A Document Of Marley's Appearance At London's Lyceum, Found The Singer Conquering England As Well. Upon Completing The Tour, Marley And His Band Returned To Jamaica, Laying Down The Tracks For Rastaman Vibration (1976) At Legendary Studios Run By Harry Johnson And Joe Gibbs. At The Mixing Board For The Sessions Were Sylvan Morris And Errol Thompson, Jamaican Engineers Of The Highest Caliber. Though None Of These Cuts Would Show Up On Legend, Marley's Massively Popular, Posthumous Best-Of, Some Of The Finest Reality Numbers Would Surface On The Compilation's More Militant Equivalent, 1986's Rebel Music Set. "War," For One, Remains One Of The Most Stunning Statements Of The Singer's Career. Though It Is Essentially A Straight Reading Of One Of Haile Selassie's Speeches, Marley Phrases The Text Exquisitely To Fit A Musical Setting, A Quiet Intensity Lying Just Below The Surface. Equally Strong Are The Likes Of "Rat Race," "Crazy Baldhead," And "Want More." These Songs Are Tempered By Buoyant, Lighthearted Material Like "Cry To Me," "Night Shift," And "Positive Vibration." Not Quite As Strong As Some Of The Love Songs Marley Would Score Hits With On Subsequent Albums, "Cry To Me" Still Seems Like An Obvious Choice For A Single And Remains Underrated. Though Record Buyers May Not Have Found Any Single Song To Be As Strong On Those Terms As "No Woman No Cry," Rastaman Vibration Still Reached The Top Ten In The United States.” Nathan Bush, AMG.... more details
 

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