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This review is from: Bob Marley: The Legend Live (DVD)
bob in his wonderful ferver of energy and spirituality. the dvd has added tracks to this concerts previously released version on vhs. the vhs has been long out of print. trojan records has rereleased this wonderful concert of the master blaster in his glory on stage and in command . the afternoon session is beautifully filmed with great lighting and superb sound. it is great to see so much of this old school reggae coming out again. filmed on november 25 1979. Tracks:
1. Positive Vibrations
2. Wake Up and Live
3. I Shot The Sheriff
4. Ambush in the Night
5. Concrete Jungle
6. Running Away
7. Crazy Baldhead
8. Them Belly Full
10. Ride Natty Ride
11. Africa Unite
12. One Drop
14. So Much Things To Say
17. Is This Love
18. Kinky Reggae
19. Stir It Up
20. Get Up Stand Up
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Initial post: Sep 8, 2010 7:00:44 PM PDT
A. Pacheco says:
"Old school"? I say "only" school. There is no one that can hold a candle to him past, present or future. Please name somebody who is worthy of being spoken about in this genre in the same breathe as Bob Marley. He was a force of nature. The energy eminating from that stage is unequalled. More than Elvis or the Beatle or anyone else, his music is still played around the world by many different cultures. He touched so many and continues to do so.
In reply to an earlier post on Mar 29, 2015 2:53:07 AM PDT
Ralph T. Beaudin III says:
I agree Bob Marley is best in the Reggae genre.
My personal favorites in Reggae after Bob are Bunny Wailer & Peter Tosh, both of course being Wailers. After them, several steps below, my next favorite would be Bob's children.
I do have to disagree with your statement "More than Elvis or the Beatle or anyone else, his music is still played around the world by many different cultures." As good as Bob's music was/is; having lived in 7 countries and visited a lot more (22 countries I can think of off the top of my head); my experience is the Beatles music to this day is still # 1 around the world with Elvis a close second.
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