Bob Marley & The Wailers - Rasta Revolution mp3 album
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While Rasta Revolution contains the duplicate cuts "400 Years" and "Duppy Conqueror" from African Herbsman and is from roughly the same early-'70s period, there is a distinctly mellow feel to the record. Souful and subdued bass-led roots tracks are the foundation here, as exemplified by the pulsing "Try Me" and the playful yet stinging "Rebel's Ho. Produced by Lee "Scratch" Perry, Rasta Revolution contains some tracks that rank among the best music Bob Marley & the Wailers were to produce. While not quite as consistent as African Herbsman and Catch a Fire, Rasta Revolution captures Bob Marley & the Wailers at their peak.
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Bob Marley & The Wailers Lyrics. Revelation reveals the truth - revelation. revolution, revolution, revolution - ) (revolution - ). It takes a revolution (revolution) to make a solution; (doo-doo-doo-doo) Too much confusion (aaa-aaah), so much frustration, eh! I don't wanna live in the park (live in the park); Can't trust no shadows after dark (shadows after dark), yeah-eh! So, my friend, I wish that you could see, Like a bird in the tree, the prisoners must be free, yeah! (free). album: "Natty Dread" (1974). Lively Up Yourself No Woman No Cry Them Belly Full (But We Hungry) Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Roadblock) So Jah Seh Natty Dread Bend Down Low Talkin' Blues Revolution.
Rasta Revolution is a truly excellent (but all too often overlooked) compilation of material recorded by Bob Marley and The Wailers in the early 1970's with Lee Perry as producer, and which essentially is an extended version of the Soul Rebels album. Originally released in 1974 it showcases the pre-mainstream side of Bob Marley and The Wailers, much like it's immediate predecessor (also on Trojan Records) African Herbsman. Recorded in relatively primitive Jamaican studio facilities, this collection reveals a less polished and more organic sound than that which Marley and The Wailers.
- Printed By – E.J. Day Group
- Recorded At – Randy's Studio
- Marketed By – B & C Records
- Made By – E.J. Day Group
- Engineer – Errol Thompson
- Liner Notes – Lisa McAvoy
- Producer – Lee Perry
NotesRecorded at 'Studio 17'
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A (stamped)): TRLS 89A-1U
- Matrix / Runout (Side B (stamped)): TRLS 89B-1U
|TRLS 89||Bob Marley & The Wailers||Rasta Revolution (LP, Comp)||Trojan Records||TRLS 89||UK||1974|
|9299 967||Bob Marley And The Wailers*||Rasta Revolution (LP, Comp, RE)||Fontana||9299 967||Germany||Unknown|
|ZL327||Bob Marley & The Wailers||Rasta Revolution (LP, Comp, Promo)||Zafiro||ZL327||Spain||1980|
|2C 266 61293||Bob Marley & The Wailers||Rasta Revolution (Cass, Comp, RE)||Pathé Marconi EMI||2C 266 61293||France||1979|
|LR149||Bob Marley & The Wailers||Rasta Revolution (LP, Comp, RE)||Lilith||LR149||Europe||2008|