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Legend: The Best of Bob Marley & the Wailers

Legend: The Best of Bob Marley & the Wailers
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9 years, 6 months ago at Feb 10 21:51
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There are a lot of 'Best of Bob Marley' albums floating around. A good deal of them are full up with lesser known stuff and covers. This album however has every one of his big songs and is a definate buy for anyone with ears.

Bob Marley is definately reggae for the masses, this album is accesible and a great place to start for any raggae virgins.

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6 years, 11 months ago at Sep 3 10:00
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legendary the greatest hits - deliver without one track dropping the high standard - brillient.
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Manufacturer: Polygram Records
Release date: 31 May 1990
EAN: 0042284621021 UPC: 042284621021
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500 CDs You Must Own Before You Die! (500 music items)

"The collection of essential Marley, with a band that snarled as fiercely as the Stones. “Could You Be Loved,” “No Woman No Cry” and the rest all show why reggae wasn’t just brilliant music; it was a brilliant way of being in the world. Standout track: “No Woman, No Cry”"


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