Jamaica Joint Jump

Performers Bob Marley

Universe | June 10, 2003 | Compact Disc

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Contains 48 tracks.
Recorded in the late-1960's.
This extensive double CD set collects 48 early-1970s Bob Marley and the Wailers tracks, recorded around 1971-72 by the legendary Jamaican producer Lee Perry. Perry made a huge difference to the band's sound, replacing the polite ska rhythms of the '60s with upfront rhythm guitar and bass and Carlton Barrett's exemplary one-drop reggae drumming, and bringing Marley's increasingly confident vocals to the fore. The difference is notable, particularly on "Duppy Conqueror," later rerecorded for 1973's BURNIN', and "Lively Up Yourself," later redone for 1975's NATTY DREAD. Peter Tosh also puts in some authoritative vocal performances on "Soon Come" and the sufferers' anthem "400 Years," while early versions of "Trench Town Rock," "Kaya," and "Small Axe" provide plenty of material for Marley musical archaeologists.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: June 10, 2003

Genre: Rock Steady

Style: Reggae

Number of Discs: 2

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Label Name: Universe

UPC: 8026575083226

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Jamaica Joint Jump

Performers Bob Marley

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: June 10, 2003

Genre: Rock Steady

Style: Reggae

Number of Discs: 2

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Label Name: Universe

UPC: 8026575083226


Title Track Time
0.JAMAICA DON'T JUMP: --
1.Lively up Yourself --
2.Trenchtown Rock --
3.Soul Almighty --
4.Duppy Conqueror --
5.Small Axe --
6.Natural Mystic --
7.African Herbsman --

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Contains 48 tracks.
Recorded in the late-1960's.
This extensive double CD set collects 48 early-1970s Bob Marley and the Wailers tracks, recorded around 1971-72 by the legendary Jamaican producer Lee Perry. Perry made a huge difference to the band's sound, replacing the polite ska rhythms of the '60s with upfront rhythm guitar and bass and Carlton Barrett's exemplary one-drop reggae drumming, and bringing Marley's increasingly confident vocals to the fore. The difference is notable, particularly on "Duppy Conqueror," later rerecorded for 1973's BURNIN', and "Lively Up Yourself," later redone for 1975's NATTY DREAD. Peter Tosh also puts in some authoritative vocal performances on "Soon Come" and the sufferers' anthem "400 Years," while early versions of "Trench Town Rock," "Kaya," and "Small Axe" provide plenty of material for Marley musical archaeologists.
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