Ziggy Marley – Love Is My Religion - 2006 RSD Roots Reggae - Ltd Ed - Sealed LP
Ziggy Marley – Love Is My Religion
Tuff Gong Worldwide – TGW 001, Tuff Gong Worldwide – TGW 0001
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
24 Nov 2017
A1 Into The Groove 4:16
A2 Love Is My Religion 3:47
A3 Make Some Music 4:18
A4 Friend 2:53
A5 Black Cat 2:41
B1 Beach In Hawaii 3:44
B2 A Lifetime 4:48
B3 Be Free 3:19
B4 Keep On Dreaming 4:20
B5 Still The Storms 5:32
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tuff Gong Worldwide
Copyright (c) – Tuff Gong Worldwide
Recorded At – Lionhead Studio
Recorded At – Westlake Studios
Recorded At – Lions Den Studio (2)
Mixed At – Way Station Studio
Mixed At – Cookie Jar Recording
Mixed At – Boogie Motel
Mastered At – Sterling Sound
Artwork – Kerry Simester, Wonder Knack
Engineer [Assistant Mix] – Lior Goldenberg (tracks: 1, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9)
Engineer [Assistant] – Aaron Fessel, Gregory Morris (2)
Engineer [Recording] – Marc Moreau
Mastered By – Greg Calby*
Mixed By – Brian Malouf (tracks: 4), Dave Way (tracks: 1, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9), Marc Moreau (tracks: 5),Ross Hogarth (tracks: 2, 10)
Music By, Lyrics By – David Marley
Producer – Ross Hogarth (tracks: 2, 7, 10), Ziggy Marley (tracks: 1-10)
Record Store Day Black Friday 2017 "RSD First Release" listed as quantity of 2,000. Listed as first press while the first press is from 2007 (https://www.discogs.com/Ziggy-Marley-Love-Is-My-Religion/release/2330869).
Includes download card.
TGW 001 on spine
TGW 0001 on labels
"Recorded at Lion Head Studio
Additional recording at Westlake Studio and Lions Den Studio
Mastered at Sterling Sounds Studio"
Ft. 'Love is My Religion' and 'Beach in Hawaii'
For the 1st Time On Vinyl
2+ Hours of Bonus Music"
℗ & © Tuff Gong Worldwide
Barcode is sticker affixed to shrink
"Digital Bonus Content:
Full Album Instrumentals
'Love is My Religion Live' Concert"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Barcode (Scanned): 804879598961
Barcode (Text): 8 04879 59896 1
Matrix / Runout (Side A [Etched]): 28324.1 (2)... [symbol] TGW001-A 17-0293
Matrix / Runout (Side B [Etched]): F 28324.2 (2)... [symbol] TGW001-B 17-0293
" There's not a weak link on this album. It's the kind of standard you'd expect from the Marleys brand. You'll notice that while distinctly Bob-Marley-like, Ziggy has established his own identity. He explores new areas without losing the reggae authenticity expected from any son of Bob Marley. It has a more ska and acoustic feel to it than a lot of Bob's best known music. It's refreshing to find a Reggae cd that scratches the intended itch, you had in mind when you thought to put a Marley Reggae LP on to begin with, yet it doesn't get lost in the shuffle because it Ziggy separates himself from both his father's music as well as the plethera of cookie cutter reggae musicians out there. "