‘Live!’ by Bob Marley & The Wailers is an album recorded on July 18 and 19, 1975 at The Lyceum in London and released on December 5, 1975 By Island.
Track Listing : 1.Trenchtown Rock (Bob Marley) – 04:23 . 2.Burnin’ And Lootin’ (Bob Marley) – 05:11 . 3.Them Belly Full (But We Hungry) (Leon Cogill, Carlton Barrett) – 04:36 . 4.Lively Up Yourself (Bob Marley) – 04:33 . 5.No Woman, No Cry (Vincent Ford) – 07:07 . 6.I Shot The Sheriff (Bob Marley) – 05:18 . 7.Get Up, Stand Up (Bob Marley, Peter Tosh) – 06:28 . 8.Kinky Reggae (Bob Marley) – 07:35
Musicians : Bob Marley – Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar . Al Anderson – Lead Guitar . Tyrone Downie – Keyboards . Aston Family Man Barrett – Bass . Carlton Barrett – Drums . Alvin Seeco Patterson – Percussion . Marcia Griffiths – Vocals . Rita Marley – Vocals . Judy Mowatt – Vocals . I Threes (Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt, Marcia Griffiths) – Backing Vocals
Production : Produced By Bob Marley & The Wailers, Steve Smith And Chris Blackwell . Danny Holloway – Engineer . David Harper – Engineer . Phill Brown – Mixing
Package : Dennis Morris – Photography . Adrian Boot – Photography . Bob Ellis – Photography
Recorded On July 18, 1975 At The Lyceum In London (Uk).
Released On December 5, 1975 By Island.
Marley is justly regarded as such a musical alchemist.Rumoured to be released soon in its unedited form, Live! remains a key text in understanding why Marley is justly regarded as such a musical alchemist. […]
Tiny Mix Tapes
These London concerts were a revelation to the otherwise reggae-ignorant public. It served as the flashpoint for the Two-Tone movement from which British and American ska emerged. More importantly, however, this recording documents Marley’s transcendence from a beloved son of Jamaica to one of the most enlightened musicians this world has known. […]
This live album from Bob Marley and his band The Wailers was my introduction to Bob Marley and reggae music in general. It promptly turned all preconceived ideas I had about reggae inside out. From that moment on, I was a believer. The first time I saw this album, I was thinking to myself, “Reggae, what’s so special about that? It all sounds the same, anyway.” How wrong I was! […]