Bob Marley - Interviews... (So Much Things To Say) flac album
Title: Interviews... (So Much Things To Say)
Style: Interview, Roots Reggae
MP3 album: 1407 mb
FLAC album: 1680 mb
Other formats: AUD VOX WMA MOD AUD AA WAV
Genre: Reggae / Records
Interviews (So Much Things To Say) (CD, RM). Tuff Gong. According to THE BEAT magazine volume 21 number 3 released in 2002: "Bob Marley caused production to be supspended on Neville Willoughby's first attempt at releasing recordings of his landmark interviews from 1973 and 1978". Label V&N Matrix: DSR 2029 DT SONIC SOUNDS BOB MARLEY. Rare original first release of the interview lp.
Bob Marley Interviews: So Much Things to Say. 2015. Bob Marley Interviews: So Much Things to Say. (LP - Tuff Gong
Bob Marley Interviews: So Much Things to Say. Bob Marley.
The interview was recorded in Jamaica upon Marley’s return from the Burnin’ album tour in the .
Additional sleeve notes for the background music: The following songs are cuts from live and studio recordings of Bob Marley & The Wailers which further illustrates as background the Bob Marley interview: Natural Mystic, Trench Town Rock, Redemption Song, Babylon System, Time Will Tell, Natural Mystic, Revolution, Survival, One Drop, Roots Rock Reggae, Guava Jelly, Rat Race.
This album features more instantly recognizable tracks than any other Bob Marley album. But it's also notable for the title track's use of Dub techniques (at the time of release, Dub was strictly an underground style of Reggae). The lyrical phrase "movement of the people" gets emulated with a steady pulse groove that remains consistent throughout the entire song.
Bob Marley and the Wailers (BMW) was a Jamaican reggae band 1974-1981) lead by Rastafarian Bob Marley (1945-1981) when Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer left the old band, The Wailers. BMW, consisted of Marley himself as song writer and lead singer, 6-7 regular musicians in Wailers Band and the I Threes backup female vocalists. It is the most prosperous reggae band ever with +75 million record sales, known for songs like One Love, I Shot The Sheriff, Natural Mystic.
Lyric CorrectionBob Marley: Album: Exodus Song: So Much Things to Say I will never forget no way the sold Marcus Garvey for rice. The song lyric is not the following: I will never forget no way the stole Marcus Garvey for rights. This was another idea that Garvey preached. He felt that Africa was the land for the black people just as Europe was the land for the white people, Asia the land for Asians, and Middle East the land for Indians and so on.
|1||So Much Things To Say||30:58|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tuff Gong International
- Copyright (c) – Tuff Gong International
- Manufactured By – RAS Records Inc.
- Distributed By – Columbia House
- Licensed From – Tuff Gong International
- Mixed At – Tuff Gong Recording Studio
- Artwork – Neville Garrick
- Interviewee – Bob Marley
- Interviewer – Neville Willoughby
- Liner Notes – Neville Willoughby, Rita Marley
- Mixed By – Errol Brown
- Photography By – Adrian Boot, Neville Garrick
- Producer – E. Brown*, Rita Marley, S. Golding*
NotesAdditional sleeve notes for the background music:
The following songs are cuts from live and studio recordings of Bob Marley & The Wailers which further illustrates this Interview with Neville Willoughby: Natural Mystic, Trench Town Rock, Redemption Song, Babylon System, Time Will Tell, Natural Mystic, Revolution, Survival, One Drop, Roots Rock Reggae, Guava Jelly, Rat Race
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 7749-502849 8 02
- Matrix / Runout: RASD 3171 1Q6E1
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L481
|V & N S 21||Bob Marley||The Bob Marley Interviews (LP, Pri)||V and N Records||V & N S 21||Jamaica||1980|
|TGI-236-000-903||Bob Marley||Interviews... (LP)||Tuff Gong||TGI-236-000-903||Jamaica||Unknown|
|none||Bob Marley||Interviews... (Cass, Album)||Tuff Gong||none||Jamaica||Unknown|
|0787321518||Bob Marley||Interviews (So Much Things To Say) (LP, RM, Yel)||Tuff Gong||0787321518||US||2015|
|VSLP 5000, RM 007||Bob Marley||Interviews... (LP)||Vista Sounds, Tuff Gong||VSLP 5000, RM 007||UK||1984|