Bob Marley and the Wailers DISCOGRAPHY & Multitracks ::: Dub, Acoustic, Drumless, Nyahbinghi, Guitar & Bass
01 Sun Is Shining Dub 1971 Soul Revolution Part II
02 Stir It Up Dub 1973 Catch a Fire
03 War Dub 1976 Rastaman Vibration
04 400 Years Dub 1973 Catch a Fire
05 Trench Town Dub 1983 Confrontation
06 Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Roadblock) Dub 1974 Natty Dread
07 Stiff Necked Fools Dub 1983 Confrontation
08 We and Dem Dub 1980 Uprising
09 Three Little Birds Dub 1977 Exodus
10 Don't Rock My Boat Dub 1971 Soul Revolution Part II
11 She's Gone Dub 1978 Kaya
12 Johnny Was Dub 1976 Rastaman Vibration
13 So Jah Seh Dub 1974 Natty Dread
14 Rat Race Dub 1976 Rastaman Vibration
15 One Love/People Get Ready Dub 1977 Exodus
16 So Much Trouble in the World Dub 1979 Survival
17 Time Will Tell Dub 1978 Kaya
18 Get Up, Stand Up Dub 1973 Burnin'
19 Waiting in Vain Dub 1977 Exodus
20 Keep On Moving Dub 1971 Soul Revolution Part II
01 Slave Driver Dub 1973 Catch a Fire
02 Hallelujah Time Dub 1973 Burnin'
03 Who the Cap Fit Dub 1976 Rastaman Vibration
04 Midnight Ravers Dub 1973 Catch a Fire
05 Them Belly Full (But We Hungry) Dub 1974 Natty Dread
06 Kinky Reggae Dub 1973 Catch a Fire
07 Roots, Rock, Reggae Dub 1976 Rastaman Vibration
08 Baby We've Got a Date (Rock It Baby) Dub 1973 Catch a Fire
09 Talkin' Blues Dub 1974 Natty Dread
10 One Foundation Dub 1973 Burnin'
11 Forever Loving Jah Dub 1980 Uprising
12 No More Trouble Dub 1973 Catch a Fire
13 Survival Dub 1979 Survival
14 Revolution Dub 1974 Natty Dread
15 Coming in from the Cold Dub 1980 Uprising
16 Jump Nyabinghi Dub 1983 Confrontation
17 Turn Your Lights Down Low Dub 1977 Exodus
18 Chant Down Babylon Dub 1983 Confrontation
19 Duppy Conqueror Dub 1973 Burnin'
20 Stop That Train Dub 1973 Catch a Fire
01 Sun Is Shining Dub 1978 Kaya
02 Lively Up Yourself Dub 1974 Natty Dread
03 Positive Vibration Dub 1976 Rastaman Vibration
04 Natural Mystic Dub 1977 Exodus
05 Rastaman Live Up! Dub 1983 Confrontation
06 Satisfy My Soul Dub 1978 Kaya
07 Real Situation Dub 1980 Uprising
08 Jah Live Dub 1976 Rastaman Vibration
09 Burnin' and Lootin' Dub 1973 Burnin'
10 Wake Up and Live Dub 1979 Survival
11 Pimper's Paradise Dub 1980 Uprising
12 Top Rankin' Dub 1979 Survival
13 Want More Dub 1976 Rastaman Vibration
14 The Heathen Dub 1977 Exodus
15 Night Shift Dub 1976 Rastaman Vibration
01 African Herbman Dub 1971 Soul Revolution Part II
02 No Water Dub 1970 Soul Rebels
03 Running Away Dub 1978 Kaya
04 Ambush in the Night Dub 1979 Survival
05 Guiltiness Dub 1977 Exodus
06 One Drop Dub 1979 Survival
07 So Much Things to Say Dub 1977 Exodus
08 Buffalo Soldier Dub 1983 Confrontation
09 Misty Morning Dub 1978 Kaya
10 Ride Natty Ride Dub 1979 Survival
11 Work Dub 1980 Uprising
12 Crazy Baldhead Dub 1976 Rastaman Vibration
13 Zimbabwe Dub 1979 Survival
14 Blackman Redemption Dub 1983 Confrontation
15 Easy Skanking Dub 1978 Kaya
16 Africa Unite Dub 1979 Survival
17 Zion Train Dub 1980 Uprising
18 Exodus Dub 1977 Exodus
01 No Woman, No Cry Dub 1974 Natty Dread
02 Corner Stone Dub 1970 Soul Rebels
03 Riding High Dub 1971 Soul Revolution Part II
04 Soul Almighty Dub 1970 Soul Rebels
05 Could You Be Loved Dub 1980 Uprising
06 Reaction Dub 1970 Soul Rebels
07 Rasta Man Chant Dub 1973 Burnin'
08 400 Years Dub 1970 Soul Rebels
09 Kaya Dub 1971 Soul Revolution Part II
10 Bad Card Dub 1980 Uprising
11 Brain Washing Dub 1971 Soul Revolution Part II
12 Try Me Dub 1970 Soul Rebels
13 Stand Alone Dub 1971 Soul Revolution Part II
14 Redemption Song Dub 1980 Uprising
15 Rebel's Hop Dub 1970 Soul Rebels
16 Give Thanks & Praises Dub 1983 Confrontation
17 My Cup Dub 1970 Soul Rebels
18 Crisis Dub 1978 Kaya
19 Jamming Dub 1977 Exodus
20 Is This Love Dub 1978 Kaya
01 Put It On Dub 1971 Soul Revolution Part II
02 Put It On Dub 1973 Burnin'
03 High Tide Or Low Tide Dub 1973 Catch a Fire, Unreleased Jamaican Version
04 I Know Dub 1983 Confrontation
05 Duppy Conqueror Dub 1971 Soul Revolution Part II
06 Natty Dread Dub 1974 Natty Dread
07 Small Axe Dub 1973 Burnin'
08 Babylon System Dub 1979 Survival
09 Bend Down Low Dub 1974 Natty Dread
10 Cry to Me Dub 1976 Rastaman Vibration
11 Soul Rebel Dub 1970 Soul Rebels
12 Fussing and Fighting Dub 1971 Soul Revolution Part II
13 It's Alright Dub 1970 Soul Rebels
14 Concrete Jungle Dub 1973 Catch a Fire
15 I Shot the Sheriff Dub 1973 Burnin'
16 No Sympathy Dub 1970 Soul Rebels
17 Kaya Dub 1978 Kaya
BOB MARLEY DUB compilation ::: Dubs, Outtakes & Unreleased Demos from the vaults ::: BOB MARLEY & the Wailers
02 Stir It Up (Vocal, Drums & Bass)
03 Forever Loving Jah Dub
04 Three Little Birds Dub
05 Rainbow Country Dub
06 Keep on Moving Dub
07 One Love Dub
08 Roadblock Dub#3
09 Get Dub Stand Dub
10 Get Up Stand Up (Vocal)
11 Waiting in Vain Dub
12 Bend Down Low (Alternate)
13 Am A Do-Dub
14 Don't Rock My Boat Dub (Alternate)
15 Them Belly Full (But We Hungry) 2023 Africa Unite
02 Lively Dub Yourself
03 Lively Up Yourself (Vocal)
04 Them Belly Full Dub
05 Roots Rock Dub
06 Stir It Dub
07 Stir It Up (Vocal)
08 Don't Rock The Boat Dub
09 Iron Lion Zion Dub
10 Roadblock Dub#2
11 Rock it Babe Dub
12 Redder Than Red Dub
13 She's Gone Dub
14 Thank You Lord Dub
15 Hypocrites Dub
16 Roadblock Dub#1
02 Bend Down Low (Vocal)
03 Soul Rebel Dub
04 No Woman No Dub
05 No Woman No Cry (Vocal)
06 Natty Dread Dub
07 Mellow Mood Dub
08 Soul Almighty Dub
09 Try Me Dub
10 Mr. Chatterbox Dub
11 My Cup Dub
12 Is This Dub (Alternate)
13 Is This Love (Vocal)
14 Is This Dub (Blackwell Dub)
15 Jamming Dub
16 Satisfy My Soul Jah-Jah Dub
17 Satisfy My Soul (Blackwell Dub)
SOUL REBELS ::: DUBs & Acoustic (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
SOUL REBELS ::: Drumless & Nyahbinghi (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
SOUL REBELS ::: Guitars & Bass (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
01. "Soul Rebel"
02. "Try Me"
03. "It's Alright"
04. "No Sympathy"
05. "My Cup"
06. "Soul Almighty"
07. "Rebel's Hop"
08. "Corner Stone"
09. "400 Years"
10. "No Water"
12. "My Sympathy"
Soul Rebels is the second studio album by the Wailers, their first album to be released outside Jamaica. The Wailers approached producer Lee "Scratch" Perry in August 1970 to record an entire album, and the sessions took place at Randy's recording studio (also known as Studio 17) above Randy's Record Mart at 17 North Parade in Kingston, Jamaica, until November. First issued in the UK by Trojan Records in December 1970, the album has since been re-released several times on several different labels. Perry's production is sparse and haunting, only featuring guitar, bass, drums, electronic organs, and vocals with no horns or other embellishments.
SOUL REVOLUTION PART II ::: DUBs & Acoustic (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
SOUL REVOLUTION PART II ::: Drumless & Nyahbinghi (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
SOUL REVOLUTION PART II ::: Guitars & Bass (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
01. "Keep On Moving"
02. "Don't Rock My Boat"
03. "Put It On"
04. "Fussing and Fighting"
05. "Duppy Conqueror V/4"
07. "Riding High"
09. "African Herbman"
10. "Stand Alone"
11. "Sun Is Shining"
12. "Brain Washing"
Soul Revolution Part II (also known as Soul Revolution) is the third album by Bob Marley and the Wailers. It was produced by Lee "Scratch" Perry. While the name on the album cover for all the original releases was Soul Revolution Part II, some releases had the name Soul Revolution printed on the album label, leading to uncertainty over what name was intended. A "dub" version with the vocals removed was released as Soul Revolution Part II Dub; both versions were released as one set in 1988. The album was repackaged with additional material as African Herbsman in 1973.
CATCH A FIRE ::: DUBs & Acoustic (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
CATCH A FIRE ::: Drumless & Nyahbinghi (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
CATCH A FIRE ::: Guitars & Bass (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
01. "Concrete Jungle"
02. "Slave Driver"
03. "400 Years"
04. "Stop That Train"
05. "Baby We've Got a Date (Rock It Baby)"
06. "Stir It Up"
07. "Kinky Reggae"
08. "No More Trouble"
09. "Midnight Ravers"
10. "High Tide Or Low Tide" (The Unreleased Jamaican Versions)
11. "All Day All Night" (The Unreleased Jamaican Versions)
Catch a Fire is the fifth studio album by the reggae band The Wailers (aka Bob Marley and the Wailers), released in April 1973. It was their first album released by Island Records. After finishing a UK tour with Johnny Nash, they had started laying down tracks for JAD Records when a disputed CBS contract with Danny Sims created tensions. The band did not have enough money to return to Jamaica, so their road manager Brent Clarke approached producer Chris Blackwell, who agreed to advance The Wailers money for an album. They instead used this money to pay their fares back home, where they completed the recordings that constitute Catch a Fire. The album has nine songs, two of which were written and composed by Peter Tosh; the remaining seven were by Bob Marley. While Bunny Wailer is not credited as a writer, the group's writing style was a collective process. For the immediate follow-up album, Burnin', also released in 1973, he contributed four songs. After Marley returned with the tapes to London, Blackwell reworked the tracks at Island Studios, with contributions by Muscle Shoals session musician Wayne Perkins, who played guitar on three overdubbed tracks. The album had a limited original release under the name The Wailers in a sleeve depicting a Zippo lighter, designed by graphic artists Rod Dyer and Bob Weiner; subsequent releases had an alternative cover designed by John Bonis, featuring an Esther Anderson portrait of Marley smoking a "spliff", and crediting the band as Bob Marley and the Wailers.
The Catch a Fire Tour, which covered England and the United States, helped generate international interest in the band. Catch a Fire peaked at number 171 on the Billboard 200 and number 51 on the Billboard Black Albums charts. Critical acclaim has included the album being listed at number 126 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, second only to Legend among five Bob Marley albums on the list. It is regarded as one of the top reggae albums of all time.
BURNIN' ::: DUBs & Acoustic (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
BURNIN' ::: Drumless & Nyahbinghi (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
BURNIN' ::: Guitars & Bass (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
01. "Get Up, Stand Up"
02. "Hallelujah Time"
03. "I Shot the Sheriff"
04. "Burnin' and Lootin'"
05. "Put It On"
06. "Small Axe"
07. "Pass It On"
08. "Duppy Conqueror"
09. "One Foundation"
10. "Rasta Man Chant"
11. "Reincarnated Souls" (B-Side of "Concrete Jungle")
12. "No Sympathy" (previously unreleased)
13. "The Oppressed Song" (previously unreleased)
Burnin' is the sixth album by Jamaican reggae group the Wailers (also known as Bob Marley and the Wailers), released in October 1973. It was written by all three members and recorded and produced by the Wailers in Jamaica, contemporaneously with tracks from the Catch a Fire album with further recording, mixing and completion while on the Catch a Fire tour in London. It contains the song "I Shot the Sheriff". It was the last album before Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer decided to pursue solo careers, while continuing their local releases through their company Tuff Gong Records. A commercial and critical success in the United States, Burnin' was certified Gold and later added to the National Recording Registry, with the Library of Congress deeming it historically and culturally significant.
NATTY DREAD ::: DUBs & Acoustic (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
NATTY DREAD ::: Drumless & Nyahbinghi (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
NATTY DREAD ::: Guitars & Bass (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
01. "Lively Up Yourself"
02. "No Woman, No Cry"
03. "Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)"
04. "Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Roadblock)"
05. "So Jah Seh"
06. "Natty Dread"
07. "Bend Down Low"
08. "Talkin' Blues"
Natty Dread is the seventh album by Bob Marley and the Wailers, released in 1974. Previously Marley had recorded with Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer as the Wailers, and this was his first record without them.
Natty Dread was most popularly received in the UK, where it peaked at No. 43 and sold in excess of 100,000 copies, making it a gold album. Over time it gained popularity in other parts of the world, and in 2003 it was ranked No. 181 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
RASTAMAN VIBRATION ::: DUBs & Acoustic (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
RASTAMAN VIBRATION ::: Drumless & Nyahbinghi (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
RASTAMAN VIBRATION ::: Guitars & Bass (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
01. "Positive Vibration"
02. "Roots, Rock, Reggae"
03. "Johnny Was"
04. "Cry to Me"
05. "Want More"
06. "Crazy Baldhead"
07. "Who the Cap Fit"
08. "Night Shift"
10. "Rat Race"
11. "Jah Live" (Original Mix)
12. "Concrete" (B-side of "Jah Live")
13. "Smile Jamaica" (Parts #1 & #2)
Rastaman Vibration is the eighth studio album by Jamaican reggae band Bob Marley and the Wailers, released in April 1976.
EXODUS ::: DUBs & Acoustic (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
EXODUS ::: Drumless & Nyahbinghi (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
EXODUS ::: Guitars & Bass (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
01. "Natural Mystic"
02. "So Much Things to Say"
04. "The Heathen"
07. "Waiting in Vain"
08. "Turn Your Lights Down Low"
09. "Three Little Birds"
10. "One Love/People Get Ready"
Exodus is the ninth studio album by Jamaican reggae band Bob Marley and the Wailers, first released in June 1977 through Island Records, following Rastaman Vibration (1976). The album's production has been characterized as laid-back with pulsating bass beats and an emphasis on piano, trumpet and guitar. Unlike previous albums from the band, Exodus thematically moves away from cryptic story-telling; instead it revolves around themes of change, religious politics, and sexuality. The album is split into two halves: the first half revolves around religious politics, while the second half is focused on themes of making love and keeping faith.
On 3 December 1976, an assassination attempt was made on Bob Marley's life in which his chest was grazed and his arm was struck with a bullet, but he survived. Following the assassination attempt, Marley left Jamaica and was exiled to London, where Exodus was recorded.
The album was a success both critically and commercially; it received gold certifications in the US, UK and Canada, and was the album that propelled Marley to international stardom. In 2017, Exodus was remastered and re-released for its 40th anniversary. There are more tracks from Exodus on Marley’s greatest hits compilation Legend than from any of his other records. Exodus was his tenth album since the debut album The Wailing Wailers in 1965, including the live album Live! (1975).
KAYA ::: DUBs & Acoustic (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
KAYA ::: Drumless & Nyahbinghi (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
KAYA ::: Guitars & Bass (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
The album has a very relaxed, laid back sound, lacking much of the militant quality of the Wailers lyrically and musically. They received criticism for 'going soft' as a result of the general sound of the album as well as the theme: songs primarily revolving around love, as well as marijuana.
The album's release coincided with the One Love Peace Concert, heralding Marley's triumphant return to Jamaica from exodus in London. Three of the songs are new versions of tracks from the 1971 album Soul Revolution Part II. Well-known songs from the album include "Is This Love" and "Satisfy My Soul". Kaya reached the top five in the UK album charts.
SURVIVAL ::: DUBs & Acoustic (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
SURVIVAL ::: Drumless & Nyahbinghi (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
SURVIVAL ::: Guitars & Bass (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
Survival is an album with an outwardly militant theme. Some critics speculate that this was due in part to criticism Marley received for the laid-back atmosphere of his previous release, Kaya, which seemed to sidetrack the urgency of his message.In the song "Africa Unite", Marley proclaims Pan-African solidarity. The song "Zimbabwe" is a hymn dedicated to later-independent Rhodesia. The song was performed at Zimbabwe's Independence Celebration in 1980, just after the official declaration of Zimbabwe's independence.
Survival was originally to be called Black Survival to underscore the urgency of African unity, but the name was shortened to prevent misinterpretations of the album's theme. The album was partially censored in South Africa because of their apartheid regime.
UPRISING ::: DUBs & Acoustic (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
UPRISING ::: Drumless & Nyahbinghi (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
UPRISING ::: Guitars & Bass (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
01. "Coming in from the Cold"
02. "Real Situation"
03. "Bad Card"
04. "We and Dem"
06. "Zion Train"
07. "Pimper's Paradise"
08. "Could You Be Loved"
09. "Forever Loving Jah"
10. "Redemption Song"
Uprising is the twelfth studio album by Bob Marley and the Wailers released in 1980. Lead vocalist Bob Marley died the following year, and Uprising was the final studio album released during his lifetime. The album is one of Marley's most directly religious, with nearly every song referencing his Rastafarian beliefs, culminating in the acoustic recording of "Redemption Song".
Uprising peaked at number 41 on the US Billboard Black Albums chart, and number 45 on the Pop Albums chart. "Could You Be Loved" was number six and number 56 respectively on the Club Play Singles and Black Singles charts. The album fared better in the UK where it was a top ten hit along with the single "Could You Be Loved" which reached number five in the UK singles charts.
CONFRONTATION ::: DUBs & Acoustic (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
CONFRONTATION ::: Drumless & Nyahbinghi (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
CONFRONTATION ::: Guitars & Bass (Bob Marley and the Wailers)
01. "Chant Down Babylon"
02. "Buffalo Soldier"
03. "Jump Nyabinghi"
04. "Mix Up, Mix Up"
05. "Give Thanks & Praises"
06. "Blackman Redemption"
07. "Trench Town"
08. "Stiff Necked Fools"
09. "I Know"
10. "Rastaman Live Up!"
Confrontation is the thirteenth and final studio album by Bob Marley & the Wailers and the only to be released posthumously in May 1983, two years after Marley's death. The songs were compiled from unreleased material and singles recorded during Marley's lifetime. Many of the tracks were built up from demos, most notably "Jump Nyabinghi" where vocals from the I-Threes were added, which were not there when Marley released the song as a dubplate in 1979. In addition the harmony vocals on "Blackman Redemption" and "Rastaman Live Up" are performed by the I-Threes in order to give the album a consistent sound – on the original single versions they are performed by the Meditations. The most famous track on the album is "Buffalo Soldier".
The album cover depicts Bob Marley taking the role as the military saint Saint George slaying the dragon which symbolizes Babylon. Perhaps not coincidentally, this motif was also displayed on the reverse of the imperial standard of Rastafari icon Haile Selassie of Ethiopia, though the direct model for the album art is a British recruitment poster from World War I. Inside the album sleeve is an artist's depiction of the Battle of Adowa where Ethiopian forces defeated Italy in 1896.
Chant Down Babylon [Acoustic]
01. "No More Trouble" ft. Erykah Badu
02. "Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Roadblock)" ft. Krayzie Bone
03. "Johnny Was" ft. Guru
04. "Concrete Jungle" ft. Rakim
05. "Rastaman Chant" ft. Busta Rhymes & Flipmode Squad
06. "Guiltiness" ft. Lost Boyz & Mr. Cheeks
07. "Turn Your Lights Down Low" ft. Lauryn Hill
08. "Jammin'" ft. MC Lyte
09. "Kinky Reggae" ft. The Marley Brothers and The Ghetto Youths Crew
10. "Roots, Rock, Reggae" ft. Steven Tyler and Joe Perry
11. "Survival a.k.a. Black Survivors" ft. Chuck D
12. "Burnin' and Lootin'" ft. The Roots & Black Thought
Chant Down Babylon is a remix album by various hip hop and rock artists covering songs by Bob Marley & The Wailers, released in 1999, produced by Stephen Marley.
The remixed version of "Turn Your Lights Down Low" with Lauryn Hill was released as a single. The music video for the song directed by Francis Lawrence features Hill and her partner Rohan Marley, one of Bob's sons.
Bob Marley & The Wailers - Africa Unite 2023 [Acoustic & Drumless]
01. So Much Trouble In The World feat. Nutty O & Winky D
02. Them Belly Full (But We Hungry) feat. Rema & Skip Marley
03. Redemption Song feat. Ami Faku
04. Waiting In Vain feat. Tiwa Savage
05. Turn Your Lights Down Low feat. Afro B
06. Three Little Birds feat. Teni & Oxlade
07. Buffalo Soldier feat. Stonebwoy
08. Stir It Up feat. Sarkodie
09. Jamming feat. Ayra Starr
10. One Love feat. Patoranking
The new Bob Marley album, titled ‘Africa Unite’, is a collaboration between Africa’s finest artists and Bob Marley to deliver beautiful reimaginations of Bob Marley’s greatest hits. The album features the likes of Davido, Rema, Sarkodie, Ayra Starr, Patoranking, Nutty O, Winky, Afro B, Teni, Ami Faku, Tiwa Savage, Fireboy DML, Oxlade & Tems each reworking a Bob Marley classic.
This unifying project symbolises the impact that Bob Marley has had in modern day Africa. Africa Unite to the world!