Bob Marley & the Wailers, in his last recorded show, at Santa Barbara County Bowl, on November 25th, 1979.
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Bob Marley & the Wailers - 1979-7-21 Harvard Stadium, Boston Amandla Festival Full Upgraded Concert http://bobmarleyconcerts.com/
Dick Gregory Intro
Them Belly Full
No More Trouble
Lively Up Yourself
No Woman No Cry
Get Up Stand Up
Wake Up & Live*
* most likely first performances
Bob Marley and the Wailers - Full Concert
Recorded Live: 11/30/1979 - Oakland Auditorium (Oakland, CA)
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0:00:00 - Positive Vibration
0:05:33 - Wake Up and Live
0:11:01 - Concrete Jungle
0:16:06 - Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)
0:19:43 - I Shot The Sheriff
0:24:40 - Running Away / Crazy Bald Head
0:33:44 - Ambush In The Night
0:37:09 - The Heathen
0:42:08 - War / No More Trouble
0:48:08 - No Woman, No Cry
0:55:33 - Lively Up Yourself
1:00:48 - Africa Unite
1:05:34 - One Drop
1:09:36 - Exodus
1:15:41 - Is This Love?
1:19:15 - Jammin'
1:24:29 - Ride Natty Ride
1:28:50 - Roots, Rock, Reggae
1:32:49 - Natty Dread
1:36:43 - Get Up, Stand Up
Bob Marley - vocals, rhythm guitar
Aston Barrett - bass
Carlton Barrett - drums
Al Anderson - lead guitar
Junior Marvin - lead guitar
Earl Lindo - organ, clavinet
Tyrone Downie - keyboards
Alvin Patterson - percussion
Devon Evans - percussion
David Madden - trumpet
Glen DaCosta - saxophone
Rita Marley - background vocals
Judy Mowatt - background vocals
Guest: Donald Kinsey - lead guitar
Guest: Ron Wood - rhythm guitar
Bob Marley had gone from "critic's darling" and "buzz-driven roots rocker" to bona fide reggae superstar by the time he arrived in Oakland, California in the fall of 1979 to perform this show with his band, The Wailers. Record executive Chris Blackwell might have discovered Marley in his native Jamaica and exposed him to a massive global audience, but it was rock icons like Eric Clapton, who were singing both his praises and his songs, that helped forward Marley's popularity in America.
This Marley show, recorded less than two years before his untimely death from cancer, is similar to the extended performance found on 1978's Babylon by Bus double live album. Marley lived for the stage, and this show is ample proof that he was one of the most electrifying performers ever to emerge from the international music scene. Like another falling star from an earlier era, Jimi Hendrix, Marley shot across the pop culture landscape like a flaming comet - and before he could be fully recognized for his artistic brilliance - was gone. That's at least one reason why his legacy has elevated him to near mythical proportions.
Opening with "Positive Vibration," this show contains 19 classic Marley songs, including "Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)," "I Shot The Sheriff," "No Woman No Cry," "Exodus," "Is This Love?," "Jammin'" and "Get Up Stand Up." The Wailers, though none of its original members except Marley remained by 1979, play rock solid reggae rhythms behind his impassioned vocals. Keyboardists Tyrone Downie and Earl Lindo have incredible chops, and are only outdone by longtime Wailers guitarist Al Anderson. Enhancing this stellar show is a fantastic guest performance by guitarist Ron Wood of The Rolling Stones for the six-song encore.
More than a quarter century after his death, Bob Marley's popularity with outsiders and rebels, coupled with his legacy as a musical genius and status as a pop culture icon, only grows and grows with each passing year. This show is a great example of why Marley's enduring musical catalog remains one of the most exciting and influential in the history of popular recordings.
"The Uprising Tour ran in Europe from May 30th to July 13th 1980 with five further dates in the USA in September.
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It was Bob Marley’s last tour before his tragically early death in May 1981 at the age of just 36. The tour was in support of the “Uprising” album released on June 10th 1980. A few days later on June 13th the live show from Dortmund’s Westfalenhalle was filmed for the famous German music TV series Rockpalast and is presented here for the first time with footage restored to the best possible quality. Bob Marley and the Wailers are on superb form and deliver a set of hit singles and classic album tracks. Marley’s energetic, charismatic performance gives no indication that he was already ill with the cancer that would take his life less than a year later. With very few Bob Marley live concerts available this will be a welcome addition for any fan. (Available 24/11/2014)
I Threes Set: 1) Precious World 2) Slave Queen 3) Steppin' Out Of Babylon 4) That's The Way Jah Planned It
Bob Marley Main Show: 5) Marley Chant 6) Natural Mystic 7) Positive Vibration 8) Revolution 9) I Shot The Sheriff 10) War / No More Trouble 11) Zimbabwe 12) Jamming 13) No Woman, No Cry 14) Zion Train 15) Exodus 16) Redemption Song 17) Could You Be Loved 18) We Can Make It Work 19) Natty Dread 20) Is This Love 21) Get Up, Stand Up 22) Coming In From The Cold 23) Lively Up Yourself
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