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Bob Marley Songs

Naomi Sarah
Here you'll find a list of Bob Marley songs, tracing the inception of his albums, to his last. The Rastafarian who left a prominent mark in today's black community, is still respected and loved...
"Who are you to judge the life I live?
I know I'm not perfect
and I don't live to be
but before you start pointing fingers,
make sure your hands are clean.." - Bob Marley
Well-known for calming and convincing vocals, Bob Marley was a recognized singer, musician and songwriter. Born on February 6th, 1945 as Robert Nesta, which he later changed to Bob Marley before he left Jamaica. He went on to sing songs about the struggles of the blacks when it came to the West.
Songs like 'Blackman Redemption' and 'Black Survivor', translated into songs of wanting peace and acceptance among the two races. He was an avid follower of the Rastafari movement, where the 'reggae' genre was the most developed form of music.
They also followed the 'Ital' way, where members avoided meat, and depended wholly on vegetarian foods. Bob Marley took Jamaican influenced music which defined their core culture, and rose above their unfortunate status, making it big when it went international.
He's known for having had many wives and children during a span of a couple of years, before he passed away at the age of 36 from cancer.
He is still remembered for his music on love, unity, world peace and rebellion; just another guy willing the people to make a change. The highlight of Bob Marley's music, was when his album 'Legend' which was compiled in 1984 with assorted tracks, released three years after his death.
It was the best-selling album in the reggae genre, making it hit the 10 times platinum (diamond) label in the United States. It sold at a whooping 20 million copies worldwide.
Here you'll find the discography of Bob Marley's songs, of all his albums from the inception of his music, to the last of it.

List of Bob Marley Songs

Bob Marley teamed up with Bunny Wailer and Peter Tosh, in the band 'The Wailers', from the years 1974 to 1980. Johnny Cash covered one of his songs, called 'Stir it Up', which became an instant UK hit. Bob Marley also covered the song 'I Shot the Sheriff', which was originally sung by Eric Clapton. Here are songs by Bob Marley and The Wailers.

Natty Dread (1974)

Side 1
  • Lively Up Yourself
  • No Woman, No Cry
  • Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)
  • Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Roadblock)
Side 2
  • "So Jah Seh"
  • Natty Dread
  • Bend Down Low
  • Talkin' Blues
  • Revolution
  • Am-A-Do (Bonus Track, 2001 Remaster)

Rastaman Vibration (1976) Deluxe Version 2002

Disc 1
  • Positive Vibration
  • Roots, Rock, Reggae
  • Johnny Was
  • Cry to Me
  • Want More
  • Crazy Baldhead
  • Who the Cap Fit
  • Night Shift
  • War
  • Rat Race
  • Jah Live (Original Mix)
  • Concrete (B-side of Single)
  • Roots, Rock, Reggae (Unreleased Single Mix)
  • Roots, Rock, Dub (Unreleased Single Dub Mix)
  • Want More (Unreleased Alternate Album Mix)
  • Crazy Baldhead (Unreleased Alternate Album Mix)
  • War (Unreleased Alternate Album Mix)
  • Johnny Was (Unreleased Alternate Album Mix)
Disc 2
  • Introduction
  • Trenchtown Rock
  • Burnin' & Lootin'
  • Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)
  • Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Roadblock)
  • I Shot the Sheriff
  • Want More
  • No Woman No Cry
  • Lively Up Yourself
  • Roots, Rock, Reggae
  • Rat Race
  • Smile Jamaica, Part One
  • Smile Jamaica, Part Two

Exodus (1977) (Deluxe Version 2001)

Disc 1
  • Natural Mystic
  • So Much Things to Say
  • Guiltiness
  • The Heathen
  • Exodus
  • Waiting In Vain
  • Turn Your Lights Down Low
  • Three Little Birds
  • One Love/People Get Ready
  • Roots (B-side of "Waiting in Vain" single)
  • Waiting in Vain (alternate version, previously unreleased)
  • Jamming (long version, A-side of 12" single)
  • Jamming (version, previously unreleased)
  • Exodus (version, B-side of "Exodus" single)
Disc 2
  • The Heathen (previously unreleased)
  • Crazy Baldhead/Running Away (previously unreleased)
  • War/No More Trouble (previously unreleased)
  • Exodus (previously unreleased)
  • Punky Reggae Party (A-side of Jamaican 12" single)
  • Punky Reggae Party" (dub, B-side of Jamaican 12" single)
  • Keep On Moving (previously unreleased original mix)
  • Keep On Moving (dub, previously unreleased original mix)
  • Exodus Advertisement

Kaya (1978)

  • Easy Skanking
  • Kaya Is This Love
  • Sun Is Shining
  • Satisfy My Soul
  • She's Gone
  • Misty Morning
  • CrisisRunning Away
  • Time Will Tell
  • Smile Jamaica (Alternate Version)

Survival (1979)

Side 1
  • So Much Trouble In The World
  • Zimbabwe
  • Top Rankin
  • Babylon System
  • Survival
Side 2
  • Africa Unite
  • One Drop
  • Ride Natty Ride
  • Ambush In The Night
  • Wake Up And Live
  • Ride Natty Ride (12" Mix) (Remastered CD Bonus Track 2001)

Uprising (1980) (Remastered CD Version 2001)

  • Coming in from the Cold
  • Real Situation
  • Bad Card
  • We and Dem
  • Work
  • Zion Train
  • Pimper's Paradise
  • Could You Be Loved
  • Forever Loving Jah
  • Redemption Song
  • Redemption Song [Band Version]
  • Could You Be Loved (12" Version)

Confrontation (1983)

Side 1
  • Chant Down Babylon
  • Buffalo Soldier
  • Jump Nyabinghi
  • Mix Up, Mix Up
  • Give Thanks And Praises
Side 2
  • Blackman Redemption
  • Trench Town
  • Stiff Necked Fools
  • I Know
  • Rastaman Live Up!
  • Buffalo Soldier (12" Mix) (CD Bonus Track)
Bob Marley has set a bench mark in the world of reggae; many look up to him and still keep him alive even today. Some of the best Bob Marley songs, are still running on air play and also available online for download by every possible streaming website. Peace.