Rastaman Vibration (studio album) by Bob Marley & The Wailers
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The best album by Bob Marley & The Wailers is Exodus which is ranked number 274 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 6,527.
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A god this is good
Album Rating: 74.50
1.Positive Vibration. 72
2.Roots, Rock, Reggae. 74
3.Johnny Was. 76
4.Cry To Me. 71
5.Want More. 72
6.Crazy Baldhead. 78
7.Who The Cap Fit. 72
8.Night Shift. 78
10.Rat Race. 69
Quase um b side em popularidade, mas um a side em qualidade.
Highly underrated on this sight. I was surprised to see it ranked so low. For me this is easily in Bob’s top 5 albums. Positive Vibration, Roots, Rock, Reggae, Crazy Baldman, Who The Cap Fit, War and Rat Race are favs of mine.
A bit of a low point for Marley but a decent work still.
Lyrically, a huge dip from his previous outputs. Outside of a couple tracks the album seems like a collection of B-sides that didn't have a home in Natty Dread or Exodus. In 1976 this would have been his weakest release since Soul Revolution five years prior back in The Wailer days. It's still Marley though and even his weaker songwriting is passable as a decent/good album.
Disco bello e famoso in cui spicca "War": il motivo per cui questa canzone non venga insegnata nelle scuole ( dall'insegnante di musica, di storia, di letteratura, anche di religione ) mi sfugge…
A fine Bob Marley record and underrated and overlooked probably because none of the songs on this album appear on, legend. Still, it's a good album. Just one in a series of excellent LP's in the seventies from Marley.
Some of my favourite Marley songs here.
Best Track: War
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