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BOB MARLEY – "WAR" (Live) | EASY SKANKING IN BOSTON '78

In celebration of the 70th Earthstrong of Tuff Gong, the Marley family has opened up their personal vault to the fans and released a brand new, never-before-seen live concert video titled ‘Easy Skanking In Boston’. The show was held at Boston’s Music Hall during the 1978 Kaya Tour, and was filmed by a single cameraman whom Bob allowed to shoot from the front row. It’s some of Marley’s most energetic footage to date, and really gives a unique look into his live performances, making fans feel like they’re actually there watching the show from up close.

The video was released on February 17th, and is available as a CD, DVD/CD, Blu-Ray/CD, and digitally on iTunes and Google Play.

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Easy Skanking in Boston '78

A must have for any true Marley fan, thanks to the Marley family opening up their private vaults, this amazing and historical never-before-seen live concert video from Boston’s Music Hall during the 1978 Kaya tour is available today worldwide!

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Soul Revolution

1971

Track Listing
  1. Keep On Moving (Rainford Hugh "Lee" Perry)
  2. Don't Rock My Boat
  3. Put It On
  4. Fussing and Fighting
  5. Duppy Conqueror V/4
  6. Memphis
  7. Riding High(Neville Livingston)
  8. Kaya
  9. African Herbsman
  10. Stand Alone
  11. Sun is Shining
  12. Brain Washing

Soul Revolution is an album by The Wailers. It was produced by Lee “Scratch” Perry and The Wailers. There has been some confusion as to whether the proper name for this original LP, which included vocals by Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer, and Peter Tosh should be Soul Revolution or Soul Revolution Part II. This confusion is probably due to the fact that on at least some of the earliest Jamaican releases of the LP, including its release on Lee Perry’s Maroon Records label, on the label itself the LP is titled Soul Revolution, while on the cover it is titled Soul Revolution Part II. The original cover of this album had a turquoise background with dark blue text at the top which read: UPSETTER RECORDS PRESENT SOUL REVOLUTION PART II BOB MARLEY and the WAILERS. It also had a color octagonal-shaped photo in the middle, surrounded by six color square-shaped photos which overlapped slightly with each other.

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