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04/28/1973

Lancaster University
Lancaster, England
  • In Attendance
  • 8.00Ticket Price

Bands Played With

About This Show
Band Lineup
  • Bob Marley, vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Peter Tosh, vocals, lead guitar
  • Bunny Wailer, vocals, percussion
  • Aston Barrett, bass
  • Carlton Barrett, drums
  • Earl 'Wya' Lindo, keyboards
Notes

The setlist greatly varied on almost every show, however, all songs from the Catch A Fire album were performed at least once during the tour, except for “Baby We’ve Got A Date (Rock It Baby).”  Each show included several songs by Peter Tosh.  Most sets included “Stop That Train” and “400 Years.”  Crowd favorites like “Rastaman Chant”, “Slave Driver”, “Burnin’ And Lootin'” and “Lively Up Yourself” were performed at most shows, appearing very early in the set.  Songs like “Get Up, Stand Up”, “Kinky Reggae” and “Concrete Jungle” were performed towards the end of the set.  Most shows also featured songs written and recorded prior to 1972/1973.  These included “Rude Boy”, “Lively Up Yourself”, “Put It On”, “Bend Down Low”, “Don’t Rock My Boat.”  “Get Up, Stand Up” was performed often during the tour as well.

It is unknown how many people were in attendance, however, for most pub and night club dates the crowds were at or near capacity.