Bob Marley and The Wailers - Burnin' - 1973 Reggae - Sealed 180 Grm LP
Bob Marley & The Wailers - Burnin'
Label: Island Records 07314 54889414, Tuff Gong 07314 54889414
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180 Gram, Gatefold
180 Gram Vinyl.
Includes a voucher to download MP3 version of the album.
Back To Black - 60th Vinyl Anniversary.
Originally Released: 1973
Style: Roots Reggae
A1 Get Up, Stand Up 3:19
A2 Hallelujah Time 3:29
A3 I Shot The Sheriff 4:42
A4 Burnin' And Lootin' 4:15
A5 Put It On 4:00
B1 Small Axe 4:01
B2 Pass It On 3:36
B3 Duppy Conqueror 3:45
B4 One Foundation 3:42
B5 Rasta Man Chant 3:45
Phonographic Copyright (p) Island Records Ltd.
Copyright (c) Island Records Ltd.
Producer Chris Blackwell, The Wailers
Classic revolution reggae! Crucial Bob.
This album is his ultimate work. Brilliantly orchestrated and emotionally evocative, Marley created a timeless work that appeals aesthetically and philosophically. Marley calls the listener to participate from the first song, begging us to move both to the music and to the message. There is a rawness to this album that harkens back to earlier Marley and appears in the sound of Hallelujah Time.
Tracks 4,5,6,7,8 are the most powerful in the Marley cannon. Kaya is maybe the only album that juxtaposes such brilliance. The cool and reserved genius shows that Marley can move both subtly and peacefully. Small axe warns of the toppling of the power structure, but does it so harmoniously and beautifully that it exudes a wonderful irony.
This album is the "cornerstone" of any Marley collection or music collection for that matter. It is almost impossible to fathom the immense genius that Marley had, but it is slowly apprehended and revelaed by listening to this album over and over, and then some more.
Bob Marley & The Wailers - Get up, stand up
Bob Marley is about spirituality.
his message is anti slavery and anti racism,
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