“The Best Of The Wailers” by The Wailers - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1970Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s

TJR says

Largely recorded in May 1970 at Leslie Kong's Dynamic Sound Studios, backed by the house band, Beverly's All Stars. Against the wishes of the vocal trio - Bob Marley, Peter Tosh (who also played melodica) and Bunny Livingstone – Kong titled the set “The Best Of The Wailers”, an idle boast rather than a hard fact. Tragically, the producer died of a heart attack, aged 38, just a week after the album was released in August, 1970.

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A1 [03:09] 6.9.png The Wailers - Soul Shakedown Party (Bob Marley) Reggae
A2 [02:20] 7.7.png The Wailers - Stop The Train [album version ’70] (Winston McIntosh) Reggae
A3 [02:43] 6.6.png The Wailers - Caution (Bob Marley) Reggae
A4 [02:03] 5.6.png The Wailers - Soul Captives (Bob Marley) Reggae
A5 [03:15] 6.5.png The Wailers - Go Tell It On The Mountain (Traditional) Reggae
B1 [02:42] 4.9.png The Wailers - Can’t You See (Winston McIntosh) Reggae
B2 [02:23] 6.0.png The Wailers - Soon Come (Winston McIntosh) Reggae
B3 [02:03] 5.8.png The Wailers - Cheer Up (Bob Marley) Reggae
B4 [02:18] 7.0.png The Wailers - Back Out (Bob Marley) Reggae
B5 [02:48] 5.2.png The Wailers - Do It Twice (Bob Marley) Reggae

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