Reggae Fever

~ Release by Bob Marley & The Wailers (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Tracklist

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CD 1
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1Soul Rebel
recording engineer:
Errol Thompson (Jamaican reggae/dub producer & engineer) (in 1970-11)
producer:
Clement “Coxsone” Dodd, Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) and Lee “Scratch” Perry
bass:
Lloyd Parks (Jamaican bassist) (in 1970-11)
drums (drum set):
Carlton “Carly” Barrett (in 1970-11)
guitar:
Alva “Reggie” Lewis (in 1970-11) and Rannie “Bop” Williams (in 1970-11)
keyboard:
Glen Adams (in 1970-11)
percussion:
Uziah “Sticky” Thompson (in 1970-11)
lead vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (in 1970-11)
tenor vocals [harmony vocals]:
Peter Tosh (in 1970-11) and Bunny Wailer (in 1970-11)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1970)
recorded at:
Studio 17 in Jamaica (in 1970-11)
recording of:
Soul Rebel (in 1970-11)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Because Éditions, Blue Mountain Music, Cayman Music Inc, Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited, Jamrec Music, Odnil Music and Rondor Music (London) Ltd.
3:16
2400 Years
recording engineer:
Errol Thompson (Jamaican reggae/dub producer & engineer)
producer:
Clement “Coxsone” Dodd, Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) and Lee “Scratch” Perry
bass:
Lloyd Parks (Jamaican bassist) (in 1970-11)
drums (drum set):
Carlton “Carly” Barrett (in 1970-11)
guitar:
Alva “Reggie” Lewis (in 1970-11) and Ranford “Rannie Bop” Williams (in 1970-11)
keyboard:
Glen Adams (in 1970-11)
percussion:
Uziah “Sticky” Thompson (in 1970-11)
lead vocals:
Peter Tosh (in 1970-11)
tenor vocals [harmony vocals]:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (in 1970-11) and Bunny Wailer (in 1970-11)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1970)
recorded at:
Studio 17 in Jamaica (in 1970-11)
recording of:
Four Hundred Years (in 1970-11)
writer:
Lee “Scratch” Perry and Peter Tosh
publisher:
Jamrec Music and Rondor Music (London) Ltd.
2:27
3Soul Captive
engineer:
Carlton Lee
producer:
Leslie Kong (in 1970-05)
bass:
Jackie Jackson (reggae bassist) (in 1970-05)
drums (drum set):
Paul Douglas (JM reggae percussionist) (in 1970-05)
guitar:
Hux Brown (JM ska, rocksteady, reggae guitarist) (in 1970-05) and Peter Tosh (in 1970-05)
organ:
Winston Wright (Jamaican piano and keyboard player) (in 1970-05)
piano:
Gladstone Anderson (Jamaican keyboardist, aka "Gladdy") (in 1970-05)
lead vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (in 1970-05)
tenor vocals [harmony vocals]:
Peter Tosh (in 1970-05) and Bunny Wailer (in 1970-05)
recorded at:
Dynamic Sounds in Kingston, Jamaica (in 1970-05)
recording of:
Soul Captives (in 1970-05)
writer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited and Primary Wave/Blue Mountain
52:01
4Rainbow Country
recording of:
Rainbow Country (in 1975)
writer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) and Lee “Scratch” Perry
publisher:
Blue Mountain Music Ltd.
55:41
5Reaction
recording engineer:
Errol Thompson (Jamaican reggae/dub producer & engineer)
producer:
Clement “Coxsone” Dodd, Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) and Lee “Scratch” Perry
bass:
Lloyd Parks (Jamaican bassist) (in 1970-11)
drums (drum set):
Carlton “Carly” Barrett (in 1970-11)
guitar:
Alva “Reggie” Lewis (in 1970-11) and Rannie “Bop” Williams (in 1970-11)
keyboard:
Glen Adams (in 1970-11)
percussion:
Uziah “Sticky” Thompson (in 1970-11)
lead vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
tenor vocals [harmony vocals]:
Peter Tosh (in 1970-11) and Bunny Wailer (in 1970-11)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1970)
recorded at:
Studio 17 in Jamaica (in 1970-11)
recording of:
Reaction (in 1970-11)
writer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Blue Mountain Music, Jamrec Music and Rondor Music (London) Ltd.
3.82:41
6Keep on Moving
recording engineer:
Errol Thompson (Jamaican reggae/dub producer & engineer)
producer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) and Lee “Scratch” Perry
bass:
Aston “Family Man” Barrett (in 1971-02)
drums (drum set):
Carlton “Carly” Barrett (in 1971-02)
guitar:
Alva “Reggie” Lewis (in 1971-02) and Rannie “Bop” Williams (in 1971-02)
keyboard:
Glen Adams (in 1971-02)
lead vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (in 1971-02)
tenor vocals [harmony vocals]:
Peter Tosh (in 1971-02) and Bunny Wailer (in 1971-02)
publisher:
Trojan Records
recorded at:
Studio 17 in Jamaica (in 1971-02)
recording of:
Keep On Moving (in 1971-02)
lyricist and composer:
Lee “Scratch” Perry
publisher:
Bronjo Music and Cayman Music Inc
is based on:
I Gotta Keep On Movin’
3:00
7Don't Rock My Boat
recording of:
Don’t Rock the Boat
lyricist and composer:
Lee “Scratch” Perry
publisher:
Bronjo Music and Cayman Music Inc
4:22
8Put It On
recording of:
Put It On
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Bronjo Music
2:51
9Fussing and Fighting
recording engineer:
Errol Thompson (Jamaican reggae/dub producer & engineer)
producer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) and Lee “Scratch” Perry
lead vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
recorded at:
Studio 17 in Jamaica
recording of:
Fussing and Fighting (in 1971-01)
lyricist and composer:
Lee “Scratch” Perry
publisher:
Bronjo Music
42:26
10African Herbsman
recording engineer:
Errol Thompson (Jamaican reggae/dub producer & engineer)
producer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) and Lee “Scratch” Perry
bass:
Aston “Family Man” Barrett (in 1971-02)
drums (drum set):
Carlton “Carly” Barrett (in 1971-02)
guitar:
Alva “Reggie” Lewis (in 1971-02)
keyboard:
Glen Adams (in 1971-02)
lead vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (in 1971-02)
tenor vocals [harmony vocals]:
Peter Tosh (in 1971-02) and Bunny Wailer (in 1971-02)
recorded at:
Studio 17 in Jamaica (in 1971-02)
recording of:
African Herbsman (in 1971-02)
additional lyricist:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
lyricist and composer:
Richie Havens, Joe Price (Richie Havens collaborator) and Mark Roth
publisher:
Bronjo Music and Cayman Music Inc
version of:
Indian Rope Man
42:21
11Stand Alone
recording engineer and engineer:
Errol Thompson (Jamaican reggae/dub producer & engineer)
producer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) and Lee “Scratch” Perry
bass:
Aston “Family Man” Barrett (in 1971-01)
drums (drum set):
Carlton “Carly” Barrett (in 1971-01)
guitar:
Alva “Reggie” Lewis (in 1971-01) and Rannie “Bop” Williams (in 1971-01)
keyboard:
Glen Adams (in 1971-01)
tenor saxophone:
“Deadly” Headley Bennett (in 1971-01)
lead vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (in 1971-01)
tenor vocals [harmony vocals]:
Peter Tosh (in 1971-01) and Bunny Wailer (in 1971-01)
recorded at:
Studio 17 in Jamaica (in 1971-01)
recording of:
Stand Alone (in 1971-01)
lyricist and composer:
Lee “Scratch” Perry
publisher:
Bronjo Music
52:07
12Sun Is Shining
recording of:
Sun Is Shining (original version)
lyricist and composer:
Lee “Scratch” Perry
publisher:
Blue Mountain Music, Blue Mountain Music Ltd., Bob Marley Music and Bronjo Music
1:59
CD 2
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1Small Axe
edit of:
Small Axe (1970 studio session) by Bob Marley & The Wailers
recording of:
Small Axe (in 1970-09)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Fifty Six Hope Road
4.63:50
2Rebel's Hop
recording engineer:
Errol Thompson (Jamaican reggae/dub producer & engineer)
producer:
Clement “Coxsone” Dodd, Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) and Lee “Scratch” Perry
bass:
Lloyd Parks (Jamaican bassist) (in 1970-12)
drums (drum set):
Carlton “Carly” Barrett (in 1970-12)
guitar:
Alva “Reggie” Lewis (in 1970-12), Peter Tosh (in 1970-12) and Rannie “Bop” Williams (in 1970-12)
keyboard:
Glen Adams (in 1970-12)
percussion:
Uziah “Sticky” Thompson (in 1970-12)
lead vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (in 1970-12)
tenor vocals [harmony vocals]:
Peter Tosh (in 1970-12) and Bunny Wailer (in 1970-12)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1970)
recorded at:
Studio 17 in Jamaica (in 1970-12)
recording of:
Rebel’s Hop (in 1970-12)
writer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist), Curtis Mayfield, Barrett Strong and Norman Whitfield
publisher:
Jamrec Music and Rondor Music (London) Ltd.
medley of:
Rude Boy
medley of:
Cloud Nine
medley of:
Keep On Moving
2:35
3Soul Almighty
recording of:
Soul Almighty
writer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Blue Mountain Music, Jamrec Music and Rondor Music (London) Ltd.
2:32
4Kaya
edit of:
Kaya (1971 studio session) by Bob Marley & The Wailers
recording of:
Kaya (Lee “Scratch” Perry song) (in 1971-01)
lyricist and composer:
Lee “Scratch” Perry
publisher:
Bronjo Music and New Town Sound Ltd.
recording of:
Kaya (Bob Marley song)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Bob Marley Music, Cayman Music Inc, Blue Mountain Music (in 1974), Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited (in 1974) and Odnil Music Ltd. (in 1974)
version of:
Kaya (Lee “Scratch” Perry song)
2:35
5Duppy Conqueror
performer:
The Upsetters (Lee Perry's reggae house band)
recording of:
Duppy Conqueror (in 1970-09)
writer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) and Lee “Scratch” Perry
publisher:
Bronjo Music, Cayman Music Inc and Rondor Music (London) Ltd.
3:35
6Trench Town Rock
recording of:
Trenchtown Rock
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Cayman Music Inc
2:55
7Lively Up Yourself
engineer:
Errol Thompson (Jamaican reggae/dub producer & engineer)
producer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) and The Wailers (’60s – ’70s Jamaican reggae band of Wailer, Marley & Tosh)
bass:
Aston “Family Man” Barrett (in 1971-08)
drums (drum set):
Carlton “Carly” Barrett (in 1971-08)
guitar:
Alva “Reggie” Lewis (in 1971-08)
organ:
Tyrone Downie (in 1971-08)
percussion:
Uziah “Sticky” Thompson (in 1971-08)
piano:
Peter Tosh (in 1971-08)
tenor saxophone:
Tommy McCook (in 1971-08)
trombone:
Vin Gordon (in 1971-08)
lead vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (in 1971-08)
tenor vocals [harmony vocals]:
Peter Tosh (in 1971-08) and Bunny Wailer (in 1971-08)
publisher:
Trojan Records
recorded at:
Studio 17 in Jamaica (in 1971-08)
recording of:
Lively Up Yourself (in 1971-08)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Cayman Music Inc, Odnil Music Ltd. (from 1974 to present), Blue Mountain Music (in 1974) and Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited (in 1974)
32:48
8Soul Shakedown Party
engineer:
Carlton Lee
producer:
Leslie Kong
bass:
Jackie Jackson (reggae bassist) (on 1970-05-05)
drums (drum set):
Paul Douglas (JM reggae percussionist) (on 1970-05-05)
guitar:
Hux Brown (JM ska, rocksteady, reggae guitarist) (on 1970-05-05) and Peter Tosh (on 1970-05-05)
organ:
Winston Wright (Jamaican piano and keyboard player) (on 1970-05-05)
piano:
Gladstone Anderson (Jamaican keyboardist, aka "Gladdy") (on 1970-05-05)
lead vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (on 1970-05-05)
tenor vocals [harmony vocals]:
Peter Tosh (on 1970-05-05) and Bunny Wailer (on 1970-05-05)
publisher:
Trojan Records
recorded at:
Dynamic Sounds in Kingston, Jamaica (on 1970-05-05)
recording of:
Soul Shakedown Party (on 1970-05-05)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Cayman Music Inc, Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited and Odnil Music
42:57
9Natural Mystic
recording of:
Natural Mystic (in 1975)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP), Bob Marley Music, Bob Marley Music Inc., Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Blue Mountain Music (in 1977), Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited (in 1977) and Odnil Music Ltd. (in 1977)
3.85:42
10Stop the Train2:22
11Try Me
recording engineer:
Errol Thompson (Jamaican reggae/dub producer & engineer) (in 1970-08)
producer:
Clement “Coxsone” Dodd, Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) and Lee “Scratch” Perry
lead vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Trojan Records
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1970)
recorded at:
Dynamic Sounds in Kingston, Jamaica (in 1970-08)
edit of:
Try Me (longer mix) by Bob Marley & The Wailers
recording of:
Try Me (in 1970-08)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Blue Mountain Music, Jamrec Music and Rondor Music (London) Ltd.
52:46
12Chances Are
producer:
Arthur Jenkins (in 1968) and Johnny Nash (in 1968)
lead vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
arranger:
Arthur Jenkins
recorded at:
Dynamic Sounds in Kingston, Jamaica
recording of:
Chances Are (in 1968-06)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
3.83:21