Bob Marley - Classic Album: Catch a Fire



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Published on May 1, 2013

Track List:

Opening 00:00
1.Slave Driver & Stir it Up 00:23
2.Rock it Baby 17:36
3.Stop the Train 24:22
4.High Tide or Low Tide 26:14
5.No More Trouble 30:26
6.Concrete Jungle 41:11
7.Get up Stand Up 50:00
Credits 59:18

In the late '60s, the notion that reggae would become more than just a novelty act would have been laughed at. To break into the mainstream, the movement needed a powerful voice of prophetic proportions. This voice emerged from the collective work of three pioneering friends from Jamaica, Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, and Robert Nesta Marley, who sought to bring about an ideological revolution through deeply meditative, hypnotic, and spiritual music. Catch a Fire was the Wailers' and reggae's introduction to the world and turned Bob Marley into a mega-icon of enormous proportions. It was the first album to remain true to the traditions of reggae music while having enough elements that were accessible to popular culture.

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