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Bob Marley & The Chineke! Orchestra

    Bob Marley With The Chineke! Orchestra reimagines some of Bob Marley's greatest songs with contemporary classical orchestration from the globally esteemed Chineke! Orchestra. Recorded at Abbey Road Studios and produced by Nick Patrick (If I Can Dream, Elvis Presley and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, True Love Ways, Buddy Holly and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra), reimagined tracks include Satisfy My Soul, Exodus, Is This Love, Redemption Song, Get Up, Stand Up, and One Love/People Get Ready, scheduled for release as a lead track on 25th March.

    The genesis of the idea for Bob Marley & The Chineke! Orchestra came via the acclaimed cellist and 2016 BBC Young Musician of the Year Sheku Kenneh-Mason OBE. Although now a full-time solo artist and no longer an active Chineke! member, it was Kenneh-Mason's pioneering and original arrangements of Marley's No Woman, No Cry and Redemption Song that initially captured the attention and appreciation of Tuff Gong and the Bob Marley estate. So the Chineke! musical journey, via Abbey Road Studios, had begun.

    Chineke! founder Chi-chi Nwanoku OBE explains, "As a purely trained classical musician, the idea of being involved in a musical collaboration with the legendary Bob Marley was truly mind-blowing. I ardently believe that all genres of music should be open to absolutely everyone, so it was wonderful for Chineke! to be able to bring new orchestrations to these iconic tracks."


    1. Exodus
    2. Stir It Up
    3. One Love/People Get Ready
    4. Get Up, Stand Up
    5. Is This Love
    6. Redemption Song
    7. Top Rankin'
    8. Satisfy My Soul
    9. I Shot The Sheriff
    10. Turn Your Lights Down Low

    Bob Marley & The Wailers

    Legend - The Best Of

      As greatest hits collections go, 'Legend' is an utter gem. Every song is inspired, in a class of its own, whether that's the original version of "I Shot the Sheriff", the hymn-like "No Woman, No Cry" and "Redemption Song", righteous roots of "Exodus" and "Get Up Stand Up", soulful "Three Little Birds" and "Waiting In Vain" or the sheer joy of "Jamming".

      On August 24, The Marley Family, Island Records, and UMC celebrate 40 years of "Kaya", Bob Marley & The Wailers’ historic March 1978 release. This most special anniversary edition to date will feature Stephen 'Ragga' Marley’s exciting and vibrant new "Kaya 40" mixes of all ten tracks from the original album alongside its original mixes in 2CD and 180-gram 2LP configurations.

      Bob Marley’s artistic legacy forever endures, and the 40th anniversary edition of "Kaya" only serves to reinforce just how much we all share the shelter of this special music.


      Disc 1
      Easy Skanking
      Is This Love
      Sun Is Shining
      Satisfy My Soul
      She's Gone
      Misty Morning
      Running Away
      Time Will Tell

      Disc 2
      Easy Skanking
      Kaya (Kaya 40 Mix)
      Is This Love (Kaya 40 Mix)
      Sun Is Shining (Kaya 40 Mix)
      Satisfy My Soul (Kaya 40 Mix)
      She's Gone (Kaya 40 Mix)
      Misty Morning (Kaya 40 Mix)
      Crisis (Kaya 40 Mix)
      Running Away (Kaya 40 Mix)
      Time Will Tell (Kaya 40 Mix)

      Bob Marley & The Wailers

      Catch A Fire

        'Catch A Fire' was the major label debut for Bob Marley and the Wailers, and it was an international success upon its release in 1973. Although Bob Marley may have been the main voice, every member of the Wailers made valuable contributions and they were never more united in their vision and sound. All the songs were originals, and the instrumentation was minimalistic in order to bring out the passionate, often politically charged lyrics. Much of the appeal of the album lies in its sincerity and sense of purpose - these are streetwise yet disarmingly idealistic young men who look around themselves and believe they might help change the world through music. Marley sings about the current state of urban poverty ("Concrete Jungle") and connects the present to past injustices ("Slave Driver"), but he is a not a one-trick pony. He is a versatile songwriter who also excels at singing love songs such as his classic "Stir It Up." Peter Tosh sings the lead vocal on two of his own compositions - his powerful presence and immense talent hint that he would eventually leave for his own successful solo career. More than anything else, however, this marks the emergence of Bob Marley and the international debut of reggae music. Marley would continue to achieve great critical and commercial success during the 1970s, but 'Catch a Fire' is one of the finest reggae albums ever. This album is essential for any music collection.


        A1 Concrete Jungle 4:12
        A2 Slave Driver 2:53
        A3 400 Years 2:45
        A4 Stop That Train 3:55
        A5 Baby We've Got A Date (Rock It Baby) 3:56
        B1 Stir It Up 5:32
        B2 Kinky Reggae 3:36
        B3 No More Trouble 3:51
        B4 Midnight Ravers 5:09

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