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Bob MarleyBest Of Bob Marley & The Wailers ... CD
Bellaphon, Used ... $0.99
... CD
(Out of print.)

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Bob Marley & The WailersBob Marley & The Wailers – Live (2CD set – with bonus tracks) ... CD
Island, 1975. New Copy 2CD ... $19.99 21.98
A great global showcase for the growing power of Bob Marley – an excellent live set recorded in London in 1975, and a date that shows Bob and The Wailers working with the crowd in this really universal spirit! The group's almost got a funkier current here than on some of their studio record – and their sharp edges are warmed up by female backing vocals which seem almost to act as a bridge between Marley's lead, and the very enthusiastic spirit of the crowd! The whole thing's great – and titles include totally burning versions of "Trenchtown Rock", "Burnin & Lootin", "Them Belly Full", "Lively Up Yourself", "No Woman, No Cry", "I Shot The Sheriff", and "Get Up Stand Up". Fantastic 2CD version – with 12 unreleased tracks, and 2 more presented here in unreleased full length versions! CD

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Bob Marley & The WailersMarley – Original Soundtrack ... CD
Island, 1970s. Used 2CD ... $8.99
A great collection of work from Bob Marley – put together as the soundtrack to the film of the same name, but a set that works equally well as a rich introduction to his music! There's a handful of classics here, but also some nice lesser-remembered tunes too – and the package includes a fair bit of live recordings, which make up almost a third of the 2CD collection! Titles include "Small Axe", "Concrete Jungle", "Work", "Crazy Baldhead", "Corner Stone", "Judge Not", "Stir It Up", "Simmer Down", "Natty Dread", "Trenchtown Rock (live)", "One Love", "Could You Be Loved", "High Tide Or Low Tide", "Redemption Song", "I Shot The Sheriff (live)", "War (live)", "No Woman No Cry (live)", "Exodus Dub (Kindred Spirit dub)", 'Three Little Birds", and "Real Situation". CD

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Bob Marley & The WailersSoul Rebels ... LP
Trojan, 1970. New Copy (reissue)... $11.99
A nice collection of early Bob Marley & The Wailers singles – all produced by Lee Perry! The music's a great meeting of two important reggae talents – quite different than both in later years, especially Marley – as the music has a great rawness that would get glossed over in Bob's years with Island, when he would go on to become an international star! The cuts were recorded at Randy's, and titles include "Soul Rebel", "Try Me", "It's Alright", "No Sympathy", "My Cup", "Soul Almighty", "Rebel's Hop", "Corner Stone", "Four Hundred Years", "No Water", "Reaction", and "My Sympathy". LP, Vinyl record album

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Bob Marley & The WailersTrench Town/Dub In Trench Town ... 12-inch
56 Hope Road (Jamaica), 1982. Very Good (pic cover)... $11.99
... 12-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ Bob Marley & The WailersKaya ... LP
Island, 1977. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Sweet grooves from the great Bob Marley – a set cut at a time when Marley was really riding his international fame – and able to create the kind of music that reached out way more than conventional reggae! The Kingston roots of the sound are still very firmly in place – but there's also a more globally-expansive vision here too – partly the tight production on the music, partly the warm feelings that ebb and flow throughout the entire set – a vibe that's very different than American soul, and which has turned out to be surprisingly encompassing over the years. Titles include "Is This Love", "Running Away", "Kaya", "Satisfy My Soul", "Easy Skanking", "Sun Is Shining", "She's Gone", "Misty Morning", "Crisis", and "Time Will Tell". LP, Vinyl record album
(Tuff Gong pressing, with deep groove and Sterling stamp.)

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✨✧ Bob Marley & The WailersBabylon By Bus (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Island, 1978. New Copy 2LP (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A classic double live album from Bob Marley & The Wailers – presented and packaged at a level that's really a cut above the usual set of that nature from the time! The group's in excellent form in a concert setting – and there's more than enough magic here to warrant the extended length of the set – as Marley and the group really open up on some classics, as well as some other gems that maybe even sparkle more on this album. Titles include "Exodus", "Stir It Up", "Rat Race", "Concrete Jungle", "Lively Up Yourself", "Is This Love", "Punky Reggae Party", "Heathen", "Jamming", and "Kinky Reggae". LP, Vinyl record album
(Great package – heavy vinyl, and a design that replicates the die-cut style of the original record and inner sleeves!)

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✨✧ Bob Marley & The WailersTrenchtown Rock – The Anthology 1969-78 ... CD
Trojan (UK), Late 60s/1970s. Used 2CDs ... Out Of Stock
Some of Marley's finest work, most of it cut in collaboration with Lee Perry, who many argue coaxed some of the best material from Marley and the Wailers. The earliest sides here were produced by Bunny Lee, from 1969, and include classics like "Stop That train", "Mr Chatterbox" and "Can't You See", before the set starts to delve into the treasure trove of Perry-produced numbers. From there the collection goes on to cover a huge batch of songs, many of which that were later re-recorded for Marley's more well known Island albums, like "Small Axe", "Kaya", "African Herbsman", "Natural Mystic" and "Lively Up Yourself" and loads of other fantastic tracks, including "Duppy Conqueror", "Soul Rebel", "Mr Brown", "Fussing & Fighting", "Trenchtown Rock", "BRand New Secondhand", "Concrete Jungle" and "Satisfy My Soul" for a total of 51 tracks in all! CD
(Out of print.)
 
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✨✧ VariousWailers & Friends – Top Hits Sung By The Legends Of Jamaica Ska ... CD
Studio One/Heartbeat, 1960s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Burning ska tracks from Coxsone Dodd's Studio One vaults, all featuring the earliest incarnation of the Wailers! Rhythms are courtesy the various Brentford Road rockers, with all the various members of the Sound Dimension and Skatalites like Ernest Ranglin, Lynn Taitt, Jackie Mittoo, Lloyd Robinson, Don Drummond, Vin Gordon, Roland Alphonso, Tommy McCook and Deadly Headly Bennett. All corners of the Wailers Studio One world get highlighted, with heavy hits, lesser known sleepers, unreleased tracks and some of the sparkling original versions of numbers that would get versioned later all making appearances, and host of great lead vocalists throughout! 18 tracks in all, including "Tell Them Lord" and "Rude Boy" by Bob Marley & The Wailers, "Pussy Galore" by Lee Perry & The Wailers, "I've Got To Go Back Home" by Bob Andy & The Wailers, "The Train Is Coming" by Ken Boothe & The Wailers, "Bless You" by Bunny Livingston & Rita Marley, "One More Chance" and "Friends & Lovers" by Rita Marley & The Soulettes & The Wailers, "I Want Justice" by Delroy Wilson & The Wailers and "A Time To Cry" by Jackie Opel & The Wailers. CD
(Out of print.)

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Bob MarleyExodus – 30th Anniversary Limited Edition (CD & DVD) ... CD
Island, 1977. Used CD & DVD ... $6.99
Maybe the best place to start if you're looking to dive into the short but incredible legacy of music left behind by Bob Marley – as the album marked a real global turning point for the singer, and includes a number of tracks that are still his standout classics after all these years! The set was recorded in London, but with a nicely understated sound – just the right focus on all the best elements of the Wailers sound – in a way that creates a magical flow throughout. And sure, some of the cuts here are some of Bob's biggest hits ever – but heard in the context of the core album, they've got a lot more righteous power than when they're cribbed for a commercial or a TV soundtrack. Titles include "Natural Mystic", "Three Little Birds", "One Love/People Get Ready", "Exodus", "So Much Things To Say", "Guiltiness", "The Heathen", "Jamming", "Waiting In Vain", and "Turn Your Lights Down Low". CD

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✨✧ Bob MarleyLively Up Yourself – Roots Of A Revolution 1967 to 1971 ... CD
We Want Sounds (France), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Not the Bob Marley of the famous Island Records years in the 70s, but instead the originator from a few years before – heard here on an excellent collection of early work with The Wailers! The style here is maybe more in line with some of the soul-inspired harmony trios to emerge in Kingston during the second half of the 60s – but already, there's a special sort of vibe to these cuts – especially in the way that Marley's immediately emerged as a hell of a songwriter, with a righteous style that's all his own! The vocals of Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer are fantastic, too – and production is either by the group, or important studio talents like Lee Perry or Leslie Kong. The 24 track set is overflowing with gems – and titles include "Nice Time", "This Train", "Mr Chatterbox", "Wisdom", "Soul Shakedown Party", "Do It Twice", "Soul Captives", "Mellow Mood", "Duppy Conqueror", "My Cup", "No Water", "Small Axe", "Kaya", "Sun Is Shining", "Concrete Jungle", "Lively Up Yourself", "Trench Town Rock", "Who Is Mr Brown", and "Long Long Winter" – the last of which is a great remake of a Curtis Mayfield tune! CD

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✨✧ Bob MarleyExodus 40 – The Movement Continues (4LP/2 x 7 inch set) ... LP
Island, 1977. New Copy 4LP & 2 x 7 inch sin ... Out Of Stock
Maybe the best place to start if you're looking to dive into the short but incredible legacy of music left behind by Bob Marley – as the album marked a real global turning point for the singer, and includes a number of tracks that are still his standout classics after all these years! The set was recorded in London, but with a nicely understated sound – just the right focus on all the best elements of the Wailers sound – in a way that creates a magical flow throughout. And sure, some of the cuts here are some of Bob's biggest hits ever – but heard in the context of the core album, they've got a lot more righteous power than when they're cribbed for a commercial or a TV soundtrack. Titles include "Natural Mystic", "Three Little Birds", "One Love/People Get Ready", "Exodus", "So Much Things To Say", "Guiltiness", "The Heathen", "Jamming", "Waiting In Vain", and "Turn Your Lights Down Low". This amazing 4LP package not only features a completely remastered version of the core album – but also more material that was discovered from the original session tapes – different versions of songs that really flesh out the rich creative process that went into the album – with detailed notes that support the story as well! Plus, LP3 features live performances of the material from the album – recorded at London's Rainbow Theater in 1977 – almost all of which are previously unreleased!Also features the long tracks "Punky Reggae Party", "Punky Reggae Party (dub)", and "I Keep On Moving (unreleased ext mix)" – and includes two 7" singles – with "Waiting In Vain (alt version)", "Roots", "Smile Jamaica (part 1)", and "Smile Jamaica (part 2 – extended mix)". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ WailersWailing Wailers ... LP
Studio One (UK), Late 60s. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Landmark work from The Wailers – the early trio version of the group, with a legendary lineup that includes Peter Tosh and Bob Marley! The style here is different than both Tosh and Marley's music to come, but the sound is already totally top-shelf – a wickedly soulful blend of American soul harmonies and Jamaican rhythms – very well-crafted, mostly with Bob in the lead, but often with the kind of vocal interplay that makes all three members of the group shine in the spotlight, including third member Neville Livingston! The set's an early Studio One treasure, and is proof that Clement Dodd was already on the right track – and musical backing is by The Soul Brothers and Skatalites. Titles include "Lonesome Feelings", "I Need You", "Put It On", "Rude Boy", "Love & Affection", "Simmer Down", "I'm Still Waiting", and "Ten Commandments Of Love". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousTighten Up – Vol 3 ... CD
Trojan, 1960s/1970s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Third volume in Trojan's classic reggae and rocksteady compilation series. Most of the numbers here were huge UK club hits in the late 60s and early 70s, when reggae was hitting hard on the British scene, and they still sound fresh today, plus these reissue packages add a bunch of bonus tracks, thirteen on this volume! Includes the Maytals "Monkey Man", Dave Barker & the Upsetters "Shocks Of Mighty", Jimmy Cliff "Suffering", King Stitt & Andy Capp "Herbsman", Derrick Harriott & the Chosen Few "Psychedelic Train", John Holt "Stealing Stealing", Tmmy McCook & the Supersonics "Open Jaw", Bob Marley & the Wailers "Soul Shakedown Party" and Ansel Collins "High Voltage (aka Monkey)". CD
(Includes slipcase. Out of print.)

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✨✧ KingstoniansSufferer (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Trojan/Doctor Bird (UK), 1970. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A stunning example of the way that the harmony trio had developed in late 60s Jamaica – a short but fantastic evolution of a mode that began in American soul, yet quickly expanded into something else entirely during the rocksteady years – to the point where it became the global calling card of a group like The Wailers! Yet despite the big fame of that group, there were many others working in Kingston who were equally wonderful – case in point is The Kingstonians, a wonderful trio with a very rich vibe – honed to perfection here with the production talents of Derrick Harriott, who makes the record as powerful a statement as any coming from the scene at the start of the 70s. This is the kind of music that should have been passed upwards along the same chain as Bob Marley, but which sadly never fully got its due – which makes it ripe for rediscovery, on titles that include "Hold Down", "Singer Man", "Sufferer", "Nice Nice", "Come We Go Moonwalk", "The Clip", "Rumble Rumble", and "Winey Winey". CD features lots of bonus tracks, most of them instrumental – 12 more tracks that include "Kiss A Little Finger", "Undertaker's Burial", "Splash down", "Sic Him Rover", "The Bad", "Musical Madness", "Rumble (version 2)", "Out There", and "Right From Wrong". CD

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✨✧ Taj MahalMo' Roots ... LP
Columbia, 1974. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A well-titled album – given that Taj Mahal's music is always pretty darn rootsy – and this time around, he's also adding in a bit of Jamaican roots too, thanks to production help from Bob Marley and Aston Barrett of The Wailers! The pair help Taj out on a few numbers, mixing in some reggae rhythms with his bluesy lead – another compelling combination of modes that marks the creative apex of Taj Mahal's years on Columbia. Titles include "Johnny Too Bad", "Big Mama", "Cajun Waltz", "Slave Driver", "Blackjack Davey", and "Desperate Lover". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the printed inner sleeve. Cover has a cut corner, light wear, and a tracklist sticker.)

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✨✧ KingstoniansSufferer (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Trojan/Music On Vinyl (UK), 1970. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A stunning example of the way that the harmony trio had developed in late 60s Jamaica – a short but fantastic evolution of a mode that began in American soul, yet quickly expanded into something else entirely during the rocksteady years – to the point where it became the global calling card of a group like The Wailers! Yet despite the big fame of that group, there were many others working in Kingston who were equally wonderful – case in point is The Kingstonians, a wonderful trio with a very rich vibe – honed to perfection here with the production talents of Derrick Harriott, who makes the record as powerful a statement as any coming from the scene at the start of the 70s. This is the kind of music that should have been passed upwards along the same chain as Bob Marley, but which sadly never fully got its due – which makes it ripe for rediscovery, on titles that include "Hold Down", "Singer Man", "Sufferer", "Nice Nice", "Come We Go Moonwalk", "The Clip", "Rumble Rumble", and "Winey Winey". LP, Vinyl record album
(Black vinyl pressing.)
 
 
 



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