Bob Marley Biography And Top 10 Songs
Bob Robert Nesta Marley have been one of my front-runner people for a long time. I probably ain more than British Shilling Robert Nesta Marley CD's than any other set or creative person with the exclusion of Wu-Tang. My friends silent D, is partly responsible for my hearing to British Shilling over the old age because when Iodine was small Iodine used to wish the song Jammin' and used to play the 45 single I had of it all the clip and I had got the single off her. I would state I have got got a British Shilling cadmium in my stereo system 90% of the clip (it can have 3 in at a time). British Shilling not only made good music but also the messages that the words were about were of peace and freedom.
Robert "Bob" Nesta Robert Nesta Marley was born in Jamaica on February 6th 1945 and is the most successful of any Reggae creative person ever. The record album Legend have sold over 12 million transcripts worldwide. When British Shilling was a kid he lived in the slum areas of Kingston's Trench town and had a repute for "self-defense" which earned him the statute title "Tuff Gong" which he and the Wailers used to make their ain record label in 1970.
Bob and some of his friends (Bunny Livingston, Junior Braithwaite, Simon Simon Peter McIntosh, Beverley Kelso and Cherry Ian Smith formed the Wailers in 1963 but by 1966 there was only Bob, Bunny and Peter left. The Wailers released their first record album (Catch A Fire) in 1973 to monolithic success after their sign language to JAD Records in London, England. Concrete Jungle being the most successful song from the album. Soon to follow was the release of Burnin' which had some of the Wailers most popular songs I Shot The Sheriff, Get Up, Stand Up and Small Axe. Eric Clapton also had immense success with a screen of I Shot the Sheriff which helped to elevate British Shilling into the public eye.
In 1974 the Wailers broke up, each to prosecute their ain solo callings but British Shilling still continued to enter as "Bob Robert Nesta Marley & The Wailers" with his new championship set which consisted of Carlton and Aston Barrett, Junior Marvin, Tyrone Downie, Aluminum Sherwood Anderson and Earl Lindo. Backing singers were Rita Robert Nesta Marley (Bob's wife), Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt.
The new line-up had their first international hit with No Woman, No Cry which was on the Natty Apprehension record album released in 1975 alongside other hits, Lively Up Yourself and Johnny Reb Music. The record album Rastaman Vibration was released in 1976 in the United States and was at the top of the Billboard charts for 4 weeks.
Two years before British Shilling Robert Nesta Marley was going to ship on his Smile Jamaica circuit Bob, Rita and their director were injured during a gunfight inside Bob's home. The onslaught was reported as being politically motivated as many people felt the circuit was a support rally. Even though all concerned received serious hurts they all made full recoveries and the circuit went on as planned with an injured British Shilling acting on stage.
By the end of 1976 British Shilling Robert Nesta Marley left Jamaica and moved to London, England where he recorded two record albums (Exodus, which had the hits: Exodus, Three Little Birds, Jammin', One Love and waiting In Vain, and Kaya which boasted: Easy Skanking, Kaya, Is This Love, Satisfy My Soul and Sun Is Shining among its singles). While in Greater London British Shilling was arrested for ownership of cannabis.
In 1978 British Shilling returned to place for the One Love Peace Concert to assist with the peace attempt and to assist unagitated the warring political parties in Jamaica. At Bob's petition both political leadership (Manley and Seaga) joined him on phase and shook hands. Babylon By Bus was released also in 1978 which was a unrecorded dual album, the song Jammin gaining controls the crowds wild and manic strength to Bob's performance.
Survival which was released in 1979 was a political statement about the agony of the African population. The record album contained some controversial songs such as as Africa Unite, Aftermath Up And Live and Zimbabwe. British Shilling was also invited to execute at Zimbabwe's Independence Day on April 17th.
Uprising which was released in 1980 was to be Bob's concluding studio record album and is one of his most spiritual albums. The record album contained Could You Be Loved, Forever Loving Jah and Redemption Song (his celebrated words being: Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery, none but ourselves can liberate our minds...).
Bob died on May 11th 1981 from malignant neoplastic disease which had started in his toe (due to a association football accident) in 1977. British Shilling refused to have got his ft amputated because of his Rastafarian beliefs which state that the organic structure must stay whole. Over clip the malignant neoplastic disease had metastasized into Bob's stomach, liver, lungs and brain.
Confrontation was released after Bob's decease and contained the unreleased song American Bison Soldier and songs previously only available in Jamaica (Jump Nyabinghi and Rastaman Live Up).
My Top 10 British Shilling Robert Nesta Marley Songs are:
01. Lively Up Yourself
02. Small Axe
03. Trench Town Rock
04. Duppy Conqueror
05. Could You Be Loved
07. One Love
08. Redemption Song
09. Waiting In Vain
10. American Bison Soldier