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Legend (Rarities Edition)


Download links and information about Legend (Rarities Edition) by The Wailers, Bob Marley. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Reggae, Roots Reggae genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:11:07 minutes.

Artist: The Wailers, Bob Marley
Release date: 2010
Genre: Reggae, Roots Reggae
Tracks: 13
Duration: 01:11:07
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No. Title Length
1. One Love / People Get Ready (Extended Version) [Remixed in 1984 by Julian Mendelsohn] 7:00
2. Waiting In Vain (Remixed in 1984 By Julian Mendelsohn) 5:56
3. Jamming (Remixed in 1984 by Paul "Groucho" Smykle) 5:33
4. Three Little Birds (Dub Version) [Remixed in 1985 by Julian Mendelsohn] 5:20
5. Could You Be Loved (Mixed in 1980 by Errol Brown and Alex Sadkin) 5:26
6. No Woman No Cry (Remixed in 1984 by Eric "ET" Thorngren) 4:10
7. Coming In From The Cold (Remixed in 1984 by Eric "ET" Thorngren) 5:42
8. Buffalo Soldier (Remixed in 1984 by Eric "ET" Thorngren) 5:25
9. Jamming (Remixed in 1984 by Eric "ET" Thorngren) 3:20
10. Waiting In Vain (Remixed in 1984 by Eric "ET" Thorngren) 4:12
11. Exodus (Remixed in 1984 by Eric "ET" Thorngren) 8:49
12. Lively Up Yourself (Remixed in 1984 by Eric "ET" Thorngren) 5:18
13. One Love / People Get Ready (Dub Version) [Remixed in 1984 by Godwin Logie] 4:56



This is a collection meant for those who purchased the Legend collection before there was a “Deluxe” version with bonus cuts. Here is the bonus portion of the collection that features remixes from the ‘80s, including dub versions of Marley classics. Infamous songs such as “One Love / People Get Ready,” here in an extended Julian Mendelsohn version and as a Godwin Logie remix, “No Woman, No Cry,” here with an Eric “E.T.” Thorngren remix and “Jamming” also remixed by Thorngren and by Paul “Groucho” Smykle, make this a desirable collection for those who have worn out the familiar versions of the tunes. Marley turned reggae into a mainstream powerhouse and it’s impossible to imagine the culture without his voice. For anyone new to his music, the initial Legend collection is an obvious starting point with albums such as Catch a Fire, Burnin’, Natty Dread and Exodus being excellent places to begin as well.Rarities is a fine way to rehear the tunes and displays the versatility of reggae’s musical foundation.