Wailers & Friends CD (1999)

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Specifications

Label Uni/rounder
SKU 60322748
UPC 011661770126
UPC 14 00011661770126
Format CD
Release Date 7/13/1999
Links
Author Bob Marley & Wailers
Compilation Appearance Chant Down Babylon
Compilation Appearance Rastaman Vibration (Bonus Tracks)
Compilation Appearance Melody Life
Compilation Appearance Louie Devito Presents Pacha
Compilation Appearance Playlist:king Of Kings Reggae Hits
Compilation Appearance Reggae Golden Jubilee:origins Of Jama
Compilation Appearance Mandela:long Walk To Freedom (ost)
Compilation Appearance Greatest Ever Party Album
Compilation Appearance From Dusk To Dub
Compilation Appearance Sounds Of Summer
Compilation Appearance Under The Influence:songs That Made T
Compilation Appearance Reggae Roots Juke Box
Associated Artist/Work Cliff, Jimmy
Associated Artist/Work Hunter, Charlie
Associated Artist/Work Hunter, Charlie (Guitar)
Associated Artist/Work Perry, Lee
Associated Artist/Work Rockabye Baby!
Associated Artist/Work Tosh, Peter
Technical Info
Engineer Clement "Coxsone" Dodd; Syd Bucknor
Producer Clement "Coxsone" Dodd
CatalogID CDHB 7701
Lable Name Rounder Select
Released 07/13/1999
Original Release 1999
Number of Discs 2
SPARE Code n/a
Length 49m : 25s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00011661770126
Musical Guests
The Skatalites
Jackie Opel
Delroy Wilson
Lord Brynner
Bob Andy
Lee "Scratch" Perry
Marcia Griffiths
Album Notes and Credits
Personnel includes: Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Bunny Livingston (Wailer), Lee "Scratch" Perry, Rita Marley, Delroy Wilson, Jackie Opel, Joanne Dennis, Bob Andy, Ken Boothe, Marcia Griffiths, Lord Brynner, Jack Sparrow, The Soulettes, The Wailers (vocals); Ernest Ranglin, Jerome Haines, Teacher, Lynn Taitt (guitar); Lester Sterling, Deadly Headley Bennett (alto saxophone); Roland Alphonso, Tommy McCook (tenor saxophone); Dennis Campbell (baritone saxophone); Johnny Moore, Bobby Ellis (trumpet); Don Drummond, Vin Gordon (trombone); Jackie Mittoo, Richard Ace (keyboards); Lloyd Brevett, Bryan Atkinson, Lloyd Spence, Fred Crossley (bass); Lloyd Knibbs, Joe Isaacs, Carl McCloud, Lloyd Robinson (drums).
Recorded at Jamaica Recording and Publishing Studio, Kingston, Jamaica. Includes liner notes by Leroy Jodie Pierson and Clement Dodd.
Personnel: Bob Marley (vocals); Clement "Coxsone" Dodd, Delroy Wilson, Leonard "Jack" Sparrow, Constantine Walker, Junior Braithwaite, Joanne Dennis, Marlene Gifford, Blossom Johnson, Lord Bryner, Jackie Opel, Beverly Kelso, Ken Boothe, King Sporty, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Marcia Griffiths, Peter Tosh, Rita Marley, Bob Andy, Bunny Wailer (vocals); Ernest Ranglin, Jah Jerry, Teacher, Lyn Taitt (guitar); "Deadly" Headley Bennett, Lester Sterling (alto saxophone); Roland Alphonso, Tommy McCook (tenor saxophone); Ska Campbell (baritone saxophone); Johnny "Dizzy" Moore, Bobby Ellis (trumpet); Don Drummond, Vin Gordon (trombone); Jackie Mittoo, Richard Ace (keyboards); Joe Isaacs, Carl McCloud, Lloyd Knibbs, Lloyd Robinson (drums).
Liner Note Author: Leroy Jodie Pierson.
Recording information: Jamaica Recording Studio, Kingston, Jamaica.
Clement Dodd's Studio One label was the source for much of the important ska and early reggae in Jamaica. This set features instrumental backing by the legendary Skatalites and harmony vocals by The Wailers (Bunny Livingston, Peter Tosh, and Bob Marley). These 18 songs were released originally by a group of artists that includes Delroy Wilson, Lord Brynner, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Rita Marley, Ken Boothe, and others. The selections date from the earliest years of Studio One, and there are previously unreleased numbers, as well as rarities by The Wailers themselves. This collection is a fine companion to the Bob Marley & The Wailers DESTINY collection, which features selections released under the band's own name from the same era. This historic material sounds as fresh and exuberant as it did on the day it was recorded.
Professional Reviews
Q (11/99, p.148) - 3 stars out of 5 - "Before introducing reggae to most of the world, Bob Marley & The Wailers sang backing vocals for most of Jamaica's early ska stars. Which, these days, seems to be a good enough reason to wheel out yet another 'Bob Marley' release..."
Disc 1
1 I've Got To Go Back Home - (with Bob Andy/The Wailers)
2 Jerk All Night - (with Delroy Wilson/The Wailers)
3 That Ain't Right - (previously unreleased, with Rita Marley & The Soulettes/The Wailers)
4 Train Is Coming, The - (with Ken Boothe/The Wailers)
5 Oh My Darling - (with Bob Marley/Marcia Griffiths)
6 One More Chance - (with Rita Marley & The Soulettes/The Wailers)
7 Tell Them Lord
8 Where's Sammy Gone - (with Lord Brynner/The Wailers)
9 Ice Water - (with Jack Sparrow/The Wailers)
10 Friends And Lovers - (with Rita Marley & The Soulettes/The Wailers)
11 Rude Boy
12 Pussy Galore - (with Lee "Scratch" Perry/The Wailers)
13 Bless You - (with Bunny Livingston/Rita Marley)
14 Time To Cry, A - (with Jackie Opel/The Wailers)
15 A Deh Pon Dem - (with Rita Marley & The Soulettes/The Wailers)
16 I Want Justice - (with Delroy Wilson/The Wailers)
17 Mill Man, The - (with Jackie Opel/The Wailers)
18 Don't Cry Over Me - (previously unreleased, with Joanne Dennis/The Wailers)
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