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Bob Marley & The Wailers

Natty Dread Acetate - Tuff Gong Studio Original Mix 1974


This version of Lively Up Yourself has a verse at around 3.39 that is not in
the island offical released version.  The verse is something like>

lively up your woman
when the morning, when the morning
when the,when the, when the , when the sun come

On the Island release version that section has the I-Threes singing the harmony
"Lively Up Yourself" 3 or 4 times.

Also this Tuff Gong original version does not include the I-Threes on Lively Up Yourself at all. 
I have not compared other tracks side by side for differences but there may be a few or not many
at all expect the strong sounds of the needle pops on the vinyl. I tried a copy using soundforge
audio restoration and if didn't seem to remove many pops but still effected the high end trebble
in undesireable ways.

Be warned, this seems to come from an old piece of vinyl that contains pops and clicks.  Get the
official release and you will hear no signs of vinyl.

Another Classic From The Dubwise Garage Collection


Recording source: Studio

Transfer source: my cassette (Azimuth adjustment) to pc from sony D3 through SB X-Fi Audio 2400 sound card

Transfer:  Sony D3 Azimuth adjustment> Jet Audio (>PCM 44,000 kHz, 16 Bit, Stereo) > CDWav > Flac Level 8



Lively Up Yourself
No Woman,No Cry
Them Belly Full
Rebel Music
So Jah Seh
Natty Dread
Bend Down Low
Talkin' Blues

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Bob Marley and the Wailers

Music Hall
Boston, MA
Early Show

from wolfgang vaults, great great sounding soundboard, only MP3 version
know to exist in this killer quality.

You can here how it sounds here at

Tracks: 14
Total Time: 1:15:46

        Slave Driver4:16
    Burnin' And Lootin'5:27
        Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)3:42
    The Heathen4:28
    Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Road Block)5:35
    I Shot The Sheriff4:49
    Easy Skankin'3:31
    No Woman, No Cry7:03
    Lively Up Yourself7:54
    No More Trouble2:02
    Get Up, Stand Up4:59

Bob Marley - vocals, guitar
Carlton Barrett - drums
Aston Barrett - bass
Marcia Griffiths - backup vocals
Rita Marley - backup vocals
Judy Mowatt - backup vocals
Tyrone Downie - keyboards
Alvin Patterson - percussion
Julian Marvin - lead guitar

Bob Marley and the Wailers had finally broken through the American mainstream by the time this show (the first of two recorded
for the King Biscuit Flower Hour on the same day) was performed. It had been five years since the Wailers had emerged from Jamaica,
on Chris Blackwell’s Island Records, and become the darlings of music journalists with classics such as "Get Up Stand Up," "No Woman, No Cry"
and "I Shot The Sheriff," the latter of which Eric Clapton had brought to the U.S. Top 10 charts in '74. Abroad, their infectious blend of reggae
had found a solid and well received niche in the pop mainstream, and Marley had become one of the most powerful and influential figures in his native country.

With the release of 1977’s Exodus, Marley and the Wailers gained an even stronger foothold in the world’s collective consciousness.
 Recorded in London just after an assassination attempt on his life, Marley's album is a reflective statement, political and inspired, d
espite spawning massive hits like “Exodus,” “Waiting in Vain” and “One Love” (the latter has since been adapted for use by the Jamaican tourism board).
The success of this record gave the group enough momentum to take the world by storm when they embarked on their 1978 world tour, from which this recording is taken.
Marley is fully in control by this time. This, the early show, is considerably shorter and a little more laidback than the late one.
Marley and company were warming up and seemed to be enjoying themselves during this set, rather than focusing on explosive showmanship.

Highlights include an extended version of "Jammin’," which closes the hour-long set, and two tracks not available on the set list for the late show:
"The Heathen" and "Them Belly Full." So people get ready - Bob Marley and the Wailers are about to catch a fire.


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Bob Marley & the Wailers - 1979-11-30 - Oakland CA  - Complete "Lively Up Yourself" "Ambush In The Night" and "No Woman, No Cry" (lossless)  

BMW - 1979-11-30 Oakland No Woman No Cry.flac BMW - 1979-11-30 Oakland No Woman No Cry.flac
Size : 36.73 Kb
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BMW - Ambush in the night.flac BMW - Ambush in the night.flac
Size : 17.346 Kb
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Below is a torrent file for my first DJ set for RT Radio on   If you missed listening to the show on Aug. 7th, you can download the songs.  

RT Rado Show Aug.torrent RT Rado Show Aug.torrent
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Type : torrent