Releases under "Bob Marley & The Wailers" belong here, no matter the band lineup.
Releases under "The Wailing Wailers", "The Wailers", or "Marley, Tosh, Livingston & Associates" belong under "The Wailing Wailers", unless the track or release was produced by Lee "Scratch" Perry, in which case it ought to be listed here, not there.
Releases by The Wailers Band after Bob Marley's death belong under "The Wailers Band".
This group spans two different time periods:
December 1970 - 1971 and 1974 - May 11, 1981
Bob Marley and the Wailers were a Jamaican reggae band and, earlier, a ska vocalist group created by Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer. The ska vocalist group Wailers, which 8 years later should be a band, were formed when self-taught musician Hubert Winston McIntosh (Peter Tosh) met the singers Neville Livingston (Bunny Wailer), and Robert Nesta Marley (Bob Marley) in 1963. By late 1963 singers Junior Braithwaite, Beverley Kelso, and Cherry Smith had joined the Wailers, who was comped by music studio bands. In early 70s Bob and Bunny had learned to play some instruments and brothers Carlton Barrett and Aston "Family Man" Barrett on drums and bass had joined the reggae band. After Bunny Wailer and Peter Tosh left the band in 1974, Bob Marley began touring with new band members. His new backing band included Barrett brothers, Junior Marvin and Al Anderson on lead guitar, Tyrone Downie and Earl "Wya" Lindo on keyboards, and Alvin "Seeco" Patterson on percussion. The "I Threes", consisting of Judy Mowatt, Marcia Griffiths, and Marley's wife, Rita, provided backing vocals.