Bob Marley And The Story Of Reggae - The History Of Rock (Volume Thirty Six) download mp3 album
Bob Marley, Various – The History Of Rock (Volume Thirty Six). Label: Orbis – HRL 036. Series: The History Of Rock – 36. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation.
Bob Marley, Various - The History Of Rock (Volume Thirty Six) (Album, Comp). All their contents are in perfect condition. None of the vinyl has been played and all LP covers are still white with the exception of Volume one which again because it's a white cover has some slight yellowing on the front because it was exposed at the front of the stack of 40 LP's. I am willing to sell this whole Bundle as it stands in it's complete entirety but will not sell as separates.
Most of Bob Marley's early music was recorded with Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer, who together with Marley were the most prominent members of The Wailers. In 1972, The Wailers had their first hit outside Jamaica when Johnny Nash covered their song "Stir It Up", which became a . hit. The 1973 album Catch a Fire was released worldwide, and sold well. It was followed by Burnin', which included the song "I Shot the Sheriff", of which a cover version by Eric Clapton became a hit in 1974.
Bob Marley and the Story of Reggae. This beginner's guide to the wonderful world of reggae is cleverly pegged to the music's most renowned icon, Bob Marley. Still, it's a sumptuous set that offers an entertaining overview of the scene, although thoroughly skewed toward the British market. Kicking off with seven excellent tracks from the Wailers themselves, drawn, no surprise here, from the early reggae years, Bob Marley and the Story of Reggae then dramatically shifts gears and returns listeners to reggae's roots.
Before the Legend: The Rise of Bob Marley by Christopher John Farley. 1. Bob Marley died of cancer on May 11, 1981, at the premature age of thirty-six. By then he was well known to college kids worldwide, but few could have foreseen the celebrity he has attained since. Born in Jamaica, he is the only third-world performer to be elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Check out Bob Marley's life story to see how he started, what his philosophy looked like, and how he inspired a generation with his music. He was against the materialism of the Western world and the control authorities were having over people. The king of reggae wanted to encourage everyone to fight for their rights, to believe they deserve more, to never give up or trust a politician, and to unite. Of course, that was highly influenced by the fact that he lived in poverty and experienced unfairness first hand, grew up when Jamaica gained independence and was thrown into a violent civil war. Throughout his career, he wrote and sang about racism, unemployment, inequality and political violence in Jamaica and around the world.
Uprising was the last album Bob Marley released in his lifetime. The day it reached the shops, Marley and the Wailers opened for Fleetwood Mac in Munich. The day it reached the shops on 1 June 1980, Marley and the Wailers opened for Fleetwood Mac at the 69,000-capacity Reitstadion in Munich. It was the second night of the Uprising tour, a European trek which took them to some of the biggest venues on the continent and to several countries they hadn’t played before, including Switzerland, Ireland, Scotland and Italy. But the song which truly defined Uprising, and became a fitting elegy to the greatest reggae star the world has ever seen, was the closing track ‘Redemption Song’. A stark ballad sung by Marley accompanied only by his own acoustic guitar, it was a song and a performance unlike any he had previously recorded.
Reggae is Marley and Marley is reggae. Bob Marley is the most commercially successful non ‘first-world’ musician of all time. His albums have sold somewhere in the vicinity of 75 million copies! So it is of no surprise that to the majority of music-lovers Marley is the only taste of reggae in their musical collection. But there is so much more!! For this post I want to open your eyes, ears and mind to some other spectacular examples of the reggae genre not by the late-great Bob Marley. One of the greatest songwriters in the history of music–in any genre. would anyone disagree with that? LikeLiked by 1 person.
|Bob Marley And The Wailers|
|A1||–Bob Marley And The Wailers*||Soul Rebel|
|A2||–Bob Marley And The Wailers*||Duppy Conqueror|
|A3||–Bob Marley And The Wailers*||Kaya|
|A4||–Bob Marley And The Wailers*||Keep On Moving|
|A5||–Bob Marley And The Wailers*||Lively Up Yourself|
|A6||–Bob Marley And The Wailers*||Soul Shakedown Party|
|A7||–Bob Marley And The Wailers*||All In One|
|A8||–Baba Brooks||Guns Fever|
|A9||–Roland Alphonso||Phoenix City|
|A10||–The Ethiopians||Train To Skaville|
|Desmond Dekker And The Aces|
|A11||–Desmond Dekker And The Aces*||007 (Shanty Town)|
|A12||–The Pioneers||Long Shot Kick De Bucket|
|Harry J All Stars|
|A13||–Harry J All Stars*||Liquidator|
|A14||–Clancy Eccles||Fattie Fattie|
|Desmond Dekker And The Aces|
|A15||–Desmond Dekker And The Aces*||Israelites|
|B1||–Bob & Marcia||Young, Gifted And Black|
|B3||–Horace Faith||Black Pearl|
|B4||–Nicky Thomas||Love Of The Common People|
|B5||–The Melodians||Rivers Of Babylon|
|B6||–Eric Donaldson||Cherry Oh Baby|
|Dave And Ansel Collins|
|B7||–Dave And Ansel Collins*||Double Barrel|
|Toots And The Maytals|
|B8||–Toots And The Maytals*||Funky Kingston|
|B9||–John Holt||Mr Bojangles|
|B10||–Ken Boothe||Crying Over You|
|B11||–Susan Cadogan||Hurts So Good|
|B13||–Gregory Isaacs||All I Have Is Love|
|B14||–Big Youth||Hit The Road Jack|
- Published By – Orbis Publishing Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Orbis Publishing Ltd.
- Compiled By – Bob Fisher
|HRL 036||Bob Marley / Various||Bob Marley / Various - The History Of Rock (Volume Thirty Six) (2xLP, Album, Comp)||Orbis||HRL 036||UK||1986|