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Marley: The Original Soundtrack
Marley: The Original Soundtrack
Artist: Bob Marley & The Wailers
Format: CD

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Label: ISLAND
Catalog: 1673602
Rel. Date: 04/17/2012
UPC: 602527985985

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DISC: 1

1. Corner Stone
2. Judge Not
3. Simmer Down
4. Small Axe
5. Mellow Mood
6. Stir It Up
7. Concrete Jungle
8. Crazy Baldhead (Groucho Mix)
9. Natty Dread
10. Trenchtown Rock (Live At The Roxy Theatre)
11. Get Up, Stand Up
12. Work

DISC: 2

1. Jammin' (Live At One Love Peace Concert)
2. Exodus (Kindred Spirit Dub Mix)
3. No Woman, No Cry (Live At The Lyceum)
4. War (Live At The Rainbow)
5. I Shot The Sheriff (Live Version)
6. Roots, Rock, Reggae
7. Three Little Birds
8. Real Situation
9. Could You Be Loved
10. One Love
11. Redemption Song
12. High Tide Or Low Tide

More Info:

Two CD release. Original soundtrack to the 2012 documentary. The Third World's first superstar and arguably the most recognizable human being on the planet, reggae giant Bob Marley is celebrated in a film by Academy Award-winning director Kevin Macdonald. Produced by Steve Bing and Charles Steel, and executive produced by Bob's son Ziggy Marley and Island Records founder Chris Blackwell, the film features stunning live performances, intimate interviews with friends and family, and rare documentary footage - all of which tells the definitive story of the superstar who rose from the ghetto to become one of the greats of popular music before dying tragically young at the height of his fame.