“Soul Rebels” by Bob Marley and The Wailers - album review

TJR says

Following LPs cut by Coxsone Dodd (1965) and Leslie Kong (1970) the Wailers moved on to work with Lee Perry who was, by now, getting deeper into a bass-dominated roots-reggae sound. Recording sessions took place at Randy’s Studio 17 in the fall of 1970, and the LP was out by December. At the time of release the vocal group were: Bob Marley (25), Peter Tosh (26) and Bunny Wailer (23). They’ve yet to truly set the heather ablaze on the album front, but this is the best to date, solid and rootsy throughout, and can boast of a fantastic opener in “Soul Rebels”. Pity about that front cover shot, very unrepresentative of the group and used without their consultation.

The Jukebox Rebel
24-Jun-2007

A1 [03:22] 8.4.png Bob Marley and The Wailers - Soul Rebel (Bob Marley) Reggae
A2 [02:50] 6.8.png Bob Marley and The Wailers - Try Me (Bob Marley) Reggae
A3 [02:39] 6.0.png Bob Marley and The Wailers - It’s Alright (Bob Marley) Reggae
A4 [02:18] 6.0.png Bob Marley and The Wailers - No Sympathy (Bob Marley) Reggae
A5 [03:39] 5.8.png Bob Marley and The Wailers - My Cup (Bob Marley) Reggae
A6 [02:45] 6.3.png Bob Marley and The Wailers - Soul Almighty (Bob Marley) Reggae
B1 [02:43] 6.4.png Bob Marley and The Wailers - Rebel’s Hop (Bob Marley) Reggae
B2 [02:33] 6.5.png Bob Marley and The Wailers - Corner Stone (Bob Marley) Reggae
B3 [02:37] 6.8.png Bob Marley and The Wailers - 400 Years [1970 version] (Winston McIntosh) Reggae
B4 [02:12] 5.8.png Bob Marley and The Wailers - No Water (Bob Marley) Reggae
B5 [02:46] 6.7.png Bob Marley and The Wailers - Reaction (Bob Marley) Reggae
B6 [02:45] 6.2.png Bob Marley and The Wailers - My Sympathy (Bob Marley) Reggae




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