MARLEY The Movie Soundtrack Unofficial Collectors Edition By Dubwise Garage

MARLEY The Movie Soundtrack

Unofficial Collectors Edition By Dubwise Garage

Each CD features the same tracks titles used in the official movie release, but I used unreleased live tracks, demos, and Jamaican singles to compile this unofficial soundtrack.

CD 1

CD101 Bob Marley – Corner Stone Sweden 1971
CD102 JA01A Bob Marley – Judge not (first cut) (Beverleys 7” no matrix)
CD103 Bob Marley 1975-10-04 Simmer Down
CD104 Bob Marley 1973-11-27 Put It On
CD105. Bob Marley 1973-10-30 Small Axe
CD106. Bob Marley – Mellow Mood (horns and strings)
CD107. Bob Marley and the Wailers – Peel Sessions – Stir It Up
CD108 – Bob Marley – Concrete Jungle Madison, WS 1978
CD109.  Bob Marley – 1976.06.24 Stardust Club, Exeter, Crazy Baldhead
CD110  Bob Marley – Natty Dread Quiet Knight 1975
CD111. Bob Marley 7-7-1975 Trenchtown Rock
CD112. Bob Marley – 1976-04-23 Get Up, Stand Up
CD113.  Bob Marley – Work Paris 1980
CD114 Bonus Track Crazy Baldhead Dub
CD115 Bonus Track Bob Marley Natural Mystic Horn Mix
CD116 Bonus Track Knotty Dread Version
CD117 Bonus Track Natty Dread Out-Takes  I Know A Place

CD 2

CD201. Bob Marley  – Jammin’ – 1978-07-07 – Ahoy Club, Rotterdam
CD202- Bob Marley – Exodus Bahamas 1979
CD203. Bob Marley –  No Woman No Cry 1978-05-25 – Orpheum Theater, Madison, WI  Late Set
CD204. Bob Marley – War – 1976-04-23  Upper Darby, PA
CD205. Bob Marley – I shot the sheriff 1980.09.20.  MSG
CD206.  Bob Marley – Roots Rock Reggae Beacon, NYC 1976
CD207. Bob Marley – Three little birds Jamaican Mix
CD208. Bob Marley –  Real Situation Alt. Mix
CD209.  Bob Marley – Could You Be Loved 9-17-1980 Providence RI
CD210. The Wailers – One Love 1975-10-04 Kingston, JA
CD211. Bob Marley – Redemption Songs 1980-06-26  Milan
CD212  Bob Marley – High Tide Low Tide Demo
CD213 Bonus Track Bob Marley –  Jamming Dub
CD214 Bonus Track Bob Marley –  Roots Rock Reggae Dub
CD215 Bonus Track Bob Marley –  Wake up and live Amandla Fest. Soundcheck 1979
CD216 Bonus Track. Bob Marley and Wire Lindo – Redemption Song – Live on Jamaican TV 1980

All songs can be played from my player below or the one on the radio page

 

Vodpod videos no longer available.

 

 

You can also download these Lossless FLAC files

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CD103 Bob Marley 1975-10-04 Simmer Down.flac CD103 Bob Marley 1975-10-04 Simmer Down.flac
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CD104 Bob Marley 1973-11-27 Put It On.flac CD104 Bob Marley 1973-11-27 Put It On.flac
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CD105. Bob Marley 1973-10-30 Small Axe.flac CD105. Bob Marley 1973-10-30 Small Axe.flac
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CD111. Bob Marley 7-7-1975 Trenchtown Rock.flac CD111. Bob Marley 7-7-1975 Trenchtown Rock.flac
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CD113.  Bob Marley - Work Paris 1980.flac CD113. Bob Marley – Work Paris 1980.flac
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CD114 Bonus Track Crazy Baldhead Dub.flac CD114 Bonus Track Crazy Baldhead Dub.flac
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CD116 Bonus Track Knotty Dread Version.flac CD116 Bonus Track Knotty Dread Version.flac
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CD202- Bob Marley - Exodus Bahamas 1979.flac CD202- Bob Marley – Exodus Bahamas 1979.flac
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CD208. Bob Marley -  Real Situation Alt. Mix.flac CD208. Bob Marley – Real Situation Alt. Mix.flac
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Peter Tosh – Reggae Sunsplash, July 1980 Ranny Williams Entertainment Center, Kingston, Jamaica Full Concert

Peter Tosh – Reggae Sunsplash, July 1980 Ranny Williams Entertainment Center, Kingston, Jamaica Full Concert

A wicked set from Peter Tosh.  He does some great songs like Hammer and Recruiting Soldiers.  A fairly good audience recording.  Many thanks as always to the tapers who help document these precious moments in music history.  And thanks to Johnny and Claude for help finally getting the venue and correct city.

1-Intro-Announce-400 Years
2-400 years
3-stteping razor
4-African
5-I, m the Toughest
6-Bush Doctor
7-Speech
8-Dont look back

CD2

1-Get up Stand up
2-Recruiting Soldiers
3-Hammer
4-Babylon Queendom – Talking for more –
5-Buck-in-Ham Palace

Who Killed Peter Tosh – Plus Bonus Island Zorro Boot Live at Roxy 1978

 

Below are 2 great pieces from my website Peter Tosh Tribute.  First is a great recording from the Roxy Th. in Los Angeles in July 1978.  2nd is an article from High Times Mag. called “Who Killed Peter Tosh”.
Pick myself up                                                    
African
I’m the Toughest
Bush Doctor
(You gotta walk) Don’t look back
Get up stand up
Legalize it
(Dangerous) Stepping Razor

 

 

Who Killed Peter Tosh by Eric Williams from High Times Jan. 1994

Rita Marley and the Melody Makers – November 27, 1982 Jamaica World Music Festival – Montego Bay, Jamaica

Rita Marley  and the Melody Makers

November 27, 1982
Jamaica World Music Festival – Montego Bay, Jamaica

Recording Info:
SBD -> Cassette Master (Sony TC-D5M/TDK MA-C90/Dolby B)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
April 19, 2011

Notes:
— Thanks to Frank Streeter for lending me his masters

Setlist:
Introduction
That’s The Way
A Jah Jah
Who Feels It Knows It
Thank You Jah
There Will Be Always Be Music
 No Woman No Cry
Sugar Pie
Children Playing In The Streets
What A Plot
One Love

One Draw  and One Draw Pt 2
Harambe
Jamming

The Jamaica World Music Festival in Montego Bay on Nov 27, 1982 was part of a 3 day event that combined rock, pop, soul and reggae artists. The festival never became the annual event it was hoped to become, but lucky for fans most of the show has become available to collectors.  Some of the other bands that played at the festival included The Clash, The Grateful Dead, Aretha Franklin, The Talking Head, The English Beat, Toots and The Maytals, Rita Marley and The Melody Makers, and the historic and controversial set from Peter Tosh. Here in its complete form is the wicked set from Black Uhuru who were in top form in 1982.  This recording comes from the master tape so it is as good as quality you can get without a studio remaster. I will feature other sets from some of the other artists in future posts. 



Stephen Marley – Revelation Pt 1: The Root Of Life Wins 2011 Reggae Grammy with Exclusive Live Mix of Revelation Pt 1

Stephen Marley – Revelation Pt 1: The Root Of Life Wins 2012 Reggae Grammy with Exclusive Live Mix of Revelation Pt 1

Congratulations to Stephen Marley for winning this years 2011 Reggae Grammy for this CD “Revelation Pt1: The Root of Life”.  He went up against his brother Ziggy Marley’s CD “Wild and Free”, Shaggy’s “Summer Kingston”, Israel Vibration’s “Reggae Nights” and Monty Alexanders “Harlem-Kingston Express Live”.  As an exclusive special to celebrate the great achievement I share with you a live mix of tracks from Revelation Pt 1: The Root Of Life.  These tracks are taken from a few different shows on Stephens 2011 tour supporting the CD.  In my opinion, Revelation Pt 1: The Root Of Life is one of the best reggae releases in the last 10 years. Track after track of wicked songs and murderous riddims. All but False Friends and Working Days which I have not heard live are included here and I have also included a complete video broadcast from Stephens Revelation Pt 1: The Root Of Life tour from Aug. 20th 2011 Lowlands Festival,the Netherlands.

Live Exclusive Set-list from Various Shows on US 2011 Tour

Made in Africa
Break Us Apart
Can’t Keep I Down
No Cigarette Smoking
Freedom Time
Jah Army
Old Slaves
Pale Moonlight
She Knows Now
Selassie Is The Chapel
Tight Ship
Now I Know

 


All Live unreleased tracks from 2011 tour.  Thanks to all tapers.

You can also download the complete setlist as one track here Live Mix of Revelation Pt 1

Revelation Pt 1: The Root Of Life tour from Aug. 20th 2011 Lowlands Festival,the Netherlands.

             

                  

Reggae Greats Perform Bob Marley- Birthday Countdown Special #5

 

When going through my garage and hard-drives to look for artists that have covered Bob Marley songs, I quickly figured out that 2 artists really enjoy doing his songs.  Albert Griffiths of the Gladiators and Lee Scratch Perry.  Both do a Bob song in every show I have by them, which out of 100’s of shows by various reggae artists those are the only 2 that I can say that about. Some artists have a closer connection to Bob like Judy Mowatt and Jacob Miller while others pay tribute to him during their shows.  All tracks are downloadable from the main site Radio page and for easy listening a youtube vid was made. Happy Birthday 2012 Robert Nesta Marley

01. Sly and Robbie Rastaman Chant

02. Jacob Miller I Shot The Sheriff San Fran.  7.22.75 featuring JOHN CIPOLLINA

03. Joe Higgs, Get Up Stand Up Reseda, CA, Country Club, 1981-10-27

04. Freddie McGreggor –  War –  Hopi Land Reservation, AZ,  July 1984 SDB

05. Freddie McGreggor – Crazy Baldheads Hopi Land Reservation, AZ,  July 1984 SDB

06. Forever loving Jah w BUNNY RUGS, CAT COORE & FREDDIE MC GREGOR reseda 81

07. One Drop w BUNNY RUGS, CAT COORE & FREDDIE MC GREGOR reseda 81

08. Ken Boothe – Long Beach Arena, Long Beach,CA 2-19-95 AUDM  No Woman , No Cry

09. The Gladiators – New Orleans, LA  6-29-83 SDB  Rude boy ska

10. The Gladiators – 1983-07-03 Wolfgangs, San Francisco, CA SBD Small Axe

11. Lee perry london 11-22-84  nice time

12. Mighty Diamonds – Keep On Moving Tokyo, Japan SBD -1985-05-12

13. Meditations 1999-04-24 Blackman Redemption

14  Jacob Miler – Talkin Blues San Fran.  7.22.75 featuring JOHN CIPOLLINA

15 . Joe Higgs – La Jolla, CA 1991-03-10 SBD – Sun Is Shinning

16. Sinead O’Connor NYC 12-09-2005  War

17  U-Roy California 1990 Soul Rebel

18  Gladiators – Dubby Conquer 2000_Marysville

19. Gladiatiors – Stand Alone Live Unreleased

20 Lee Scratch Perry 11 13 2006 Neumo’s Seattle Heathen

21. Dennis Brown – Kaisers Cafe, JA 1-5-91 SDB Heathen, War NMT, Get Up Stand Up

22. Big Youth – 1981-04-19 Santa Cruz, CA SBD Get Up, Stand Up

23. Judy Mowatt – SOB’s 1983-11 Concrete Jungle NYC

24 Judy Mowatt – One Love with Peter Tosh SOB’s 1983-11

25 Johnny Nash Stir it Up 1973-June-08

26. Skatalites 1990Feb7 Kuumbwa SBD Simmer Down

27. Redemption Song w BUNNY RUGS & IBO COOPER  Reseda, CA, Country Club, 1981-10-27

28. Monty Alexander –  Redemption Song  2008-11-15

 

 

 

 

 

Listen to Bob Marley: The Man, The Music, The Revolution: New Ebook

Listen to Bob MarleyThe Man, The Music, The Revolution
by Bob Marley, Cedella Marley & Gerald Hausman

An inspiring and comprehensive collection of poems, meditations, and lyrics by one of the world’s most revered musical legends
Bob Marley’s music defined a movement and forever changed a nation. Known worldwide for their message of peace and unity, Marley’s songs—from “One Love” to “Redemption Song” to “Three Little Birds”—have touched millions of lives. This collection is the best of Bob Marley presented in three parts: “The Man,” giving an in-depth look into the life of Bob Marley; “The Music,” comprising his most memorable lyrics as well as links to many of his songs in iTunes; and “The Revolution,” containing his meditations on social equality and the Rastafari movement. Enriched with iconic photographs, Bob Marley provides insight into a reggae legend, the inspirational man behind the music.  This enhanced ebook features an introduction by daughter Cedella Marley and an illustrated biography of Cedella including rare photographs from her personal collection, as well as a short video about Bob Marley and audio clips from some of his interviews. “Marley was the Third World’s first pop superstar. He was the man who introduced the world to the mystic power of reggae. He was a true rocker at heart, and as a songwriter, he brought the lyrical force of Bob Dylan, the personal charisma of John Lennon, and the essential vocal stylings of Smokey Robinson into one voice.” —Jann Wenner, cofounder and publisher of Rolling Stone
Bob Marley (1945–1981) was one of the most beloved and bestselling musicians of his time. Born in the village of Nine Mile, Jamaica, Marley left school at fourteen to pursue music fulltime. A dedicated member of the Rastafari movement, Marley is credited with bringing reggae and Jamaican music to a world stage. Over the course of his career, he released more than a dozen albums with his band Bob Marley and the Wailers. The posthumous release of Legend (1984) went platinum in the United States and sold more than 25 million copies worldwide. Marley died from cancer in 1981.

This book is available for download on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iBooks and on your computer with iTunes. Books must be read on an iOS device.

 

 

Listen to Bob MarleyThe Man, The Music, The Revolution is available on Apple’s iBookstore, Barnes and Noble Nook and Kindle AV platforms.

 

 

 

Bob Marley’s Birthday Countdown 2012 Rare Full Rehearsal 1977

Bob Marley’s Birthday Countdown 2012

Each day up to Bob Marley’s Earthday on Feb, 6th I will feature something special.

1977
Exodus Tour Rehearsal,
England

01.Burnin’ and Lootin’ (3:48)
02.I Shot the Sheriff (6:26)
03.Heathen (6:30)
04.So Much Things to Say (4:40)
05.Jamming (4:14)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bob Marley and the Wailers live in Heidelberg, Germany

 

Bob Marley and the Wailers live in Heidelberg, Germany

The Exodus Tour began in Paris, France, on May 10, 1977.  The tour ended early in London with 4 shows being performed and 2 cancelled due to the toe injury Bob got during a soccer game in London.  The US part of the tour was also canceled. The last show of the tour has been released, labeled Live! at the Rainbow. It is reported that all four shows have been recorded and taped on video. At least 3 of the Rainbows shows in audio format circulate with Marley collectors one of which is almost instrumental since the vocals are so low in the mix.  Here is one of the rare non-official recordings from the tour. It features rare Photos from Heidelberg courtesy of Peter Sarowy who took these amazing pictures.


May 16, 1977

* Venue: Rhein-Neckar-Halle
* City: Heidelberg
* State/Province: Baden-Württemberg
* Country: Germany
* Recording Source Audience

Band lineup

* Bob Marley, vocals, rhythm guitar
* Aston Barrett, bass
* Carlton Barrett, drums
* Junior Marvin, lead guitar
* Tyrone Downie, keyboards
* Alvin “Seeco” Patterson, percussion
* The I-Threes, backing vocals

My Tape transfer notes: The recording is from my transfer. 

Setlist:
*******************************************

Burnin’ and Lootin’
Bellyfull
crowd
Heathen
crowd
War > No  More Trouble
crowd
No Woman NO Cry
Lively Up Yourself
crowd
crowd
I Shot the Sheriff

tape flip

Get Up, Stand Up > Exodus

To Listen just click each track.

To Download, right click of each track and save as.

Review

Good audience recording.  Too bass heavy but vocals are strong. The first 1977 unofficial Bob Marley show I traded for long ago.
Another standout long version of Heathen and a great Lively Up Yourself. Both those songs are stand-outs during this tour.

 

Alton Ellis The Godfather of Rocksteady

                                                                      

Get Ready To Rock Steady

Many consider Alton the greatest Jamaican singer, and in Jamaica his voice is  even bigger than Bob Marley. Dennis Alcapone had this to say about Alton. “Alton was a bigger artist in Jamaica than Bob Marley. Everybody, even Bob, would love if he could sing like Alton Ellis. All of them would sit back and listen to Alton because Alton was the king.” His soulful voice spanned all genres of Jamaican Music from Ska, to Rocksteady , and Reggae as  Alton helped lay the foundation for Jamaican Music.

Alton Ellis came from Trenchtown, the same part of Kingston that was home to stars like Bob Marley. He and  his younger sister Hortense got their start as kids competing on Kingston talent shows like “Vere John’s Opportunity Hour.” In 1959, as half of the duo Alton & Eddie, he recorded the R&B-style scorcher “Muriel,” which became one of the first hit records for the pioneering local producer Clement Dodd.

Alton had many hits with Coxsone and also Duke Reid like  “Girl I’ve Got A Date,” “I’m Just a Guy” and his 1966 classic “Get Ready Rock Steady,” that ushered in a whole new style of music called Rock Steady. It is said that when the track was recorded Jackie Mitto had to fill in for the regular bass player and since that was not his regular instrument he had trouble keeping up with the fast ska beat, so he elected to slow down the tempo. Alton had several other major successes in 1966, including “Cry Tough” and the smash “Girl I’ve Got a Date,” the latter of which became his biggest hit and signature song.

 

Rock steady had  a mellower, slower more soulful sound that formed the bridge between the hard-driving brass of ska and  reggae. It was perfect for Altons sweet tenor voice.“Alton ruled the rock steady era,” Mr. Alcapone said. But Mr. Ellis’s influence did not stop there.

In 1969 his track “Get Ready Rock Steady” was used for “Wake the Town,” featuring DJ U-Roy which started the DJ revolution with it massive popularity. The instrumental track to Alton’s  composition “Mad Mad” became one of the most covered recordings in reggae history, and his 1967 composition “I’m Still in Love With You” was covered several times, most recently by the dancehall artists Sean Paul and Sasha, reaching No. 3 on Billboard’s Hot Singles chart in 2004.

                                                        

Having been so ripped of by Jamaican producers, Alton moved to Canada then to England where he created his own Alltone label. He was also awarded Jamaica’s Order of Distinction in 1994 and was inducted into the International Reggae and World Music Hall of Fame in 2006.

A real pioneer of Jamaican Music and Hailed as the King Of Rock Steady, Alton may have been eclipsed by Marley and Reggae but to many he is truly greatest singer to come from Jamaica.

 Here is a very rare live clip of Alton Ellis.