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  1. Bob Marley & The Wailers - It’s Alright Lyrics. The sun shall not smite I by day Nor the moon by night. And everything that I do Shall be upful and right. And if it's all night It got to.
  2. It's just about recognizable beneath the ubiquitous pop arrangement, and hearing Bob Marley calling out the militant lyrics, "I'm a rebel, soul rebel" in this setting is so surreal, that fans barely knew whether to laugh or cry. But this is precisely how the classic "Soul Rebel" started life back in
  3. Rebel's Hop. This song is by Bob Marley & The Wailers and appears on the album Soul Rebels () by The Wailers. No Water: No water can quench my thirst. I'm in bed send me a nurse. I'm thirsty thirsty Lord o' Mercy.
  4. The Wailing Wailers is the debut album by The Wailers published on the Studio One label. Originally released in very late and compiled from various recordings made over the years by Neville “Bunny” Livingston, Robert “Bob” Nesta Marley and Peter “Tosh” McIntosh, it compiles what Clement Coxsone Dodd considered the best Wailers recordings from this period.
  5. Tracklist with lyrics of the album SOUL REBELS [] of Bob Marley & the Wailers: Soul Rebel - Try Me - It's Alright - No Sympathy - My Cup - Soul Almighty.
  6. For marketing purposes, Bob Marley, the Wailers, and Bob Marley & the Wailers have become interchangeable names, used indiscriminately to refer to recordings actually made by separate entities. So, it is worth recalling the distinctions that existed at the times these entities performed and recorded. The Wailers, formed in Kingston, Jamaica, in , was a vocal group consisting of Junior.
  7. SOUL REBELS is straight up Reggae with no apologies given, it is what you would have heard had you been on the island of Jamaica in the 's and early 's and is the first album released outside of Jamaica by The Wailers/5(42).
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Soul Rebels on Discogs/5(44).
  9. Originally issued in , Soul Rebels was the first album credited to Bob Marley & the Wailers, and it was also the band's first full-length collaboration with producer Lee "Scratch" Perry, for whom they had already recorded a string of fairly successful handfertiodentmildeabacimissveerocbu.coinfog with the newly configured Upsetters band, Marley and crew delivered a strange and wonderful set of early reggae that at Price: $

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