Exodus (Bob Marley & The Wailers: The Definitive Remasters)

~ Release by Bob Marley & The Wailers (see all versions of this release, 39 available)

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Tracklist

CD 1
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1Natural Mystic
assistant engineer:
Terry Barham and Guy Bidmead
engineer:
Karl Pitterson
producer:
Bob Marley & The Wailers
mixer:
Aston Barrett, Chris Blackwell (Island Records) and Karl Pitterson
acoustic guitar:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
bass:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
drums (drum set):
Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
guitar:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Junior Marvin (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
keyboard:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
percussion:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Alvin “Seeco” Patterson (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
background vocals:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Marcia Griffiths (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Rita Marley (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Judy Mowatt (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Island Records, Inc. (US) (in 1977) and The Island Def Jam Music Group (American holding company, not normally a release label) (in 2001)
mixed at:
Island Studios (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03 until 1977-04)
recording of:
Natural Mystic (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Bob Marley Music, Bob Marley Music Inc., Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Blue Mountain Music (in 1977), Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited (in 1977) and Odnil Music Ltd. (in 1977)
43:28
2So Much Things to Say
assistant engineer:
Terry Barham and Guy Bidmead
engineer:
Karl Pitterson
producer:
Bob Marley & The Wailers
mixer:
Aston Barrett, Chris Blackwell (Island Records) and Karl Pitterson
acoustic guitar:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
bass:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
drums (drum set):
Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
guitar:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Junior Marvin (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
keyboard:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
percussion:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Alvin “Seeco” Patterson (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
background vocals:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Marcia Griffiths (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Rita Marley (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Judy Mowatt (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Island Def Jam Music Group (American holding company, not normally a release label) (in 2001)
mixed at:
Island Studios (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03 until 1977-04)
recording of:
So Much Things to Say (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Bob Marley Music, Bob Marley Music Inc., Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Blue Mountain Music (in 1977), Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited (in 1977) and Odnil Music Ltd. (in 1977)
3:08
3Guiltiness
assistant engineer:
Terry Barham and Guy Bidmead
engineer:
Karl Pitterson
producer:
Bob Marley & The Wailers
mixer:
Aston Barrett, Chris Blackwell (Island Records) and Karl Pitterson
acoustic guitar:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
bass:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
drums (drum set):
Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
guitar:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Junior Marvin (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
keyboard:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
percussion:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Alvin “Seeco” Patterson (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
background vocals:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Marcia Griffiths (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Rita Marley (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Judy Mowatt (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Island Def Jam Music Group (American holding company, not normally a release label) (in 2001)
mixed at:
Island Studios (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03 until 1977-04)
recording of:
Guiltiness (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Bob Marley Music, Bob Marley Music Inc., Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Blue Mountain Music (in 1977), Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited (in 1977) and Odnil Music Ltd. (in 1977)
3:20
4The Heathen
assistant engineer:
Terry Barham and Guy Bidmead
engineer:
Karl Pitterson
producer:
Bob Marley & The Wailers
mixer:
Aston Barrett, Chris Blackwell (Island Records) and Karl Pitterson
acoustic guitar:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
bass:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
drums (drum set):
Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
guitar:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Junior Marvin (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
keyboard:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
percussion:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Alvin “Seeco” Patterson (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
background vocals:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Marcia Griffiths (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Rita Marley (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Judy Mowatt (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Island Def Jam Music Group (American holding company, not normally a release label) (in 2001)
mixed at:
Island Studios (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03 until 1977-04)
recording of:
The Heathen (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Bob Marley Music, Bob Marley Music Inc., Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Blue Mountain Music (in 1977), Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited (in 1977) and Odnil Music Ltd. (in 1977)
2:32
5Exodus
assistant engineer:
Terry Barham and Guy Bidmead
engineer:
Karl Pitterson
producer:
Bob Marley & The Wailers
mixer:
Aston Barrett, Chris Blackwell (Island Records) and Karl Pitterson
acoustic guitar:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
bass:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
drums (drum set):
Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
guitar:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Junior Marvin (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
keyboard:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
percussion:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Alvin “Seeco” Patterson (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
background vocals:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Marcia Griffiths (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Rita Marley (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Judy Mowatt (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Island Records, Inc. (US) (in 1977) and The Island Def Jam Music Group (American holding company, not normally a release label) (in 2001)
mixed at:
Island Studios (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03 until 1977-04)
recording of:
Exodus (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Bob Marley Music, Bob Marley Music Inc., Cayman Music Inc, Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996), Blue Mountain Music (in 1977), Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited (in 1977) and Odnil Music Ltd. (in 1977)
4.157:40
6Jamming
assistant engineer:
Terry Barham and Guy Bidmead
engineer:
Karl Pitterson
producer:
Bob Marley & The Wailers
mixer:
Aston Barrett, Chris Blackwell (Island Records) and Karl Pitterson
acoustic guitar:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
bass:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
drums (drum set):
Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
guitar:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Junior Marvin (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
keyboard:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
percussion:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Alvin “Seeco” Patterson (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
background vocals:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Marcia Griffiths (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Rita Marley (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Judy Mowatt (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Island Records, Inc. (US) (in 1977) and The Island Def Jam Music Group (American holding company, not normally a release label) (in 2001)
mixed at:
Island Studios (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03 until 1977-04)
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 177)
recording of:
Jamming (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Bob Marley Music, Bob Marley Music Inc., Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Blue Mountain Music (in 1977), Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited (in 1977) and Odnil Music Ltd. (in 1977)
43:31
7Waiting in Vain
assistant engineer:
Terry Barham and Guy Bidmead
engineer:
Karl Pitterson
producer:
Bob Marley & The Wailers
mixer:
Aston Barrett, Chris Blackwell (Island Records) and Karl Pitterson
acoustic guitar:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
bass:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
drums (drum set):
Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
guitar:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Junior Marvin (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
keyboard:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
percussion:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Alvin “Seeco” Patterson (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
background vocals:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Marcia Griffiths (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Rita Marley (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Judy Mowatt (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Island Records Ltd. (UK) (in 1977), Island Records, Inc. (US) (in 1977) and The Island Def Jam Music Group (American holding company, not normally a release label) (in 2001)
mixed at:
Island Studios (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03 until 1977-04)
recording of:
Waiting in Vain (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Bob Marley Music, Bob Marley Music Inc., Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Blue Mountain Music (in 1977), Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited (in 1977) and Odnil Music Ltd. (in 1977)
3.354:16
8Turn Your Lights Down Low
assistant engineer:
Terry Barham and Guy Bidmead
engineer:
Karl Pitterson
producer:
Bob Marley & The Wailers
mixer:
Aston Barrett, Chris Blackwell (Island Records) and Karl Pitterson
acoustic guitar:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
bass:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
drums (drum set):
Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
guitar:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Junior Marvin (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
keyboard:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
percussion:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Alvin “Seeco” Patterson (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
background vocals:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Marcia Griffiths (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Rita Marley (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Judy Mowatt (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Island Def Jam Music Group (American holding company, not normally a release label) (in 2001)
mixed at:
Island Studios (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03 until 1977-04)
recording of:
Turn Your Lights Down Low (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Bob Marley Music, Bob Marley Music Inc., Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Blue Mountain Music (in 1977), Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited (in 1977) and Odnil Music Ltd. (in 1977)
23:39
9Three Little Birds
assistant engineer:
Terry Barham and Guy Bidmead
engineer:
Karl Pitterson
producer:
Bob Marley & The Wailers
mixer:
Aston Barrett, Chris Blackwell (Island Records) and Karl Pitterson
acoustic guitar:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
bass:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
drums (drum set):
Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
guitar:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Junior Marvin (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
keyboard:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
percussion:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Alvin “Seeco” Patterson (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
background vocals:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Marcia Griffiths (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Rita Marley (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Judy Mowatt (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Island Records Ltd. (UK) (in 1977), Island Records, Inc. (US) (in 1977) and The Island Def Jam Music Group (American holding company, not normally a release label) (in 2001)
mixed at:
Island Studios (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03 until 1977-04)
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 246)
recording of:
Three Little Birds (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Bob Marley Music, Bob Marley Music Inc., Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Blue Mountain Music (in 1977), Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited (in 1977) and Odnil Music Ltd. (in 1977)
4.13:00
10One Love / People Get Ready
assistant engineer:
Terry Barham and Guy Bidmead
engineer:
Karl Pitterson
producer:
Bob Marley & The Wailers
mixer:
Aston Barrett, Chris Blackwell (Island Records) and Karl Pitterson
acoustic guitar:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
bass:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
drums (drum set):
Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
guitar:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Junior Marvin (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
keyboard:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
percussion:
Aston “Familyman” Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Carlton Barrett (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Alvin “Seeco” Patterson (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
background vocals:
Tyrone Downie (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Marcia Griffiths (from 1977-01 until 1977-04), Rita Marley (from 1977-01 until 1977-04) and Judy Mowatt (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Island Records Ltd. (UK) (in 1977), Island Records, Inc. (US) (in 1977) and The Island Def Jam Music Group (American holding company, not normally a release label) (in 2001)
mixed at:
Island Studios (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1977-03 until 1977-04)
recording of:
One Love / People Get Ready (from 1977-01 until 1977-04)
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) and Curtis Mayfield
publisher:
Blackwell Fuller Music Publishing LLC, Bob Marley Music, Cayman Music, Cayman Music Inc, EMI April Music Inc., Leosong Copyright Service Ltd., Mijac Music, Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Shakat Music Publishing, TRO Essex Music Ltd., Warner Bros. Music Ltd. (UK subsidiary, so named between 1970/01/23–1971/04/26 and 1972/04/25–1988/08/23), Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label), Blue Mountain Music (in 1968), Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited (in 1968), Odnil Music Ltd. (in 1968), EMI Tunes PLC (publisher) (from 1991 to present) and Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (from 1991 to present)
is based on:
People Get Ready
4.32:56
11Jamming (long version)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Island Def Jam Music Group (American holding company, not normally a release label) (in 2001)
recording of:
Jamming
lyricist and composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Bob Marley Music, Bob Marley Music Inc., Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Blue Mountain Music (in 1977), Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited (in 1977) and Odnil Music Ltd. (in 1977)
5:55
12Punky Reggae Party (long version)
engineer:
Dick Cuthell and Godwin Logie
mixer:
Jack Nuber (in 1977-08)
bass:
Richie Daley (in 1977-07), Val Douglas (JM bassist) (in 1977-08) and Boris Gardiner (in 1977-08)
drums (drum set):
Angus "Drummie Zeb" Gaye (in 1977-07), Micky Boo (JM reggae percussionist) (in 1977-08) and Sly Dunbar (in 1977-08)
guitar:
Cat Coore (in 1977-07) and Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (in 1977-07)
keyboard:
Ibo Cooper (in 1977-07) and Tyrone Downie (in 1977-08)
saxophone:
Glen DaCosta (in 1977-08)
trombone:
Vin Gordon (in 1977-08)
trumpet:
David Madden (Jamaican trumpeter) (in 1977-08)
background vocals:
Aura Lewis (South African reggae singer, with Lee Perry & Full Experience) (in 1977-07), Candy McKenzie (in 1977-07), Watty Burnett (in 1977-08), Danny Clarke (in 1977-08), Ansel Cridland (reggae artist, lead singer “The Meditations”) (in 1977-08) and Winston Watson (in 1977-08)
vocals:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (in 1977-07)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Island Records, Inc. (US) (in 1977) and The Island Def Jam Music Group (American holding company, not normally a release label) (in 2001)
recorded at:
Island Studios (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1977-07), Criteria Studios in Miami, Florida, United States (in 1977-08) and Joe Gibbs Studio in Jamaica (in 1977-08)
mixed at:
Criteria Studios in Miami, Florida, United States (in 1977-08)
recording of:
Punky Reggae Party (from 1977-07 until 1977-08)
composer:
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) and Lee “Scratch” Perry
publisher:
Blue Mountain Music (in 1977), Fifty Six Hope Road Music Limited (in 1977) and Odnil Music Ltd. (in 1977)
36:52

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Release

manufactured in:Europe
rights society:BIEM (international rights organization representing member societies from 58 countries)
MCPS (UK rights society; do not use this as a label or work publisher!)
manufactured by:Sony DADC (company; use on releases if exact pressing location is not known)
copyrighted (©) by:The Island Def Jam Music Group (American holding company, not normally a release label) (in 2001)
part of:Bob Marley & The Wailers: The Definitive Remasters (order: 2)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/559616 [info]
ASIN:FR: B00005LANG [info]