This album is a compilation of previously unreleased Bob Marley songs, including the famous song "Buffalo Soldier" and has beautiful illustration on the front cover and custom inner sleeves.

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Album Description: "Confrontation" is a posthumous album by Bob Marley, released in 1983 on the Tuff Gong label. The album features previously unreleased tracks and remixes, including the hit single "Buffalo Soldier". The album is a mix of upbeat tracks and slower, more introspective songs, showcasing Marley's versatility and musical range. The album's themes revolve around social justice, spirituality, and love, with lyrics that are both poetic and politically charged. Despite being released after Marley's death, "Confrontation" remains a testament to his enduring legacy as one of the greatest musicians and social activists of all time.

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Album Production Information:

  The album: "Confrontation" was produced by: Errol Brown and Bob Marley and the Wailers
Recorded Tuff Gong Studio, Kingston, Jamaica

Record Label Information:

  Tuff Gong 205 482  

Media Format:

  12" Vinyl Stereo Full-Length Long-Play  Gramophone Record
Album weight: 270 gram  
Year & Country:  1983 Made in EEC

Band Members and Musicians on: Bob Marley Confrontation

    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Bob Marley - lead vocals, background vocal, rhythm guitar
  • Aston Barrett - bass, guitar, percussion
  • Carlton Barrett - drums, akete
  • Tyrone Downie - keyboards, background vocal
  • Junior Marvin - lead guitar, background vocal
  • Earl Lindo - keyboards
  • Alvin Patterson - percussion
  • I Threes (Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt - backing vocals)
  • Glen DaCosta - tenor sax
  • David Madden - trumpet
  • Nambo Robinson- trombone
  • Devon Evans - percussion

Track Listing of: "Confrontation"

The Songs/tracks on "Confrontation" are

    Side One:
  1. Chant Down Babylon - 2:36
  2. Buffalo Soldier (Bob Marley/Noel G. King Sporty Williams) - 4:15
  3. Jump Nyabinghi- 3:43
  4. Mix Up, Mix Up - 5:02
  5. Give Thanks And Praises - 3:15
    Side Two:
  1. Blackman Redemption (Bob Marley/Lee Perry) - 3:33
  2. Trench Town - 3:12
  3. Stiff Necked Fools - 3:25
  4. I Know - 3:20
  5. Rastaman Live Up! (Bob Marley/Lee Perry) - 5:23

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BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS - Vinyl Discography and Album Gallery

  Bob Marley and The Wailers are one of the most influential and revered reggae bands in the history of popular music. Bob Marley, the lead singer and songwriter, used his music to spread a message of love, peace, and unity, and became a global ambassador for reggae music and Rastafarianism. The Wailers, a band of talented musicians and vocalists, accompanied Marley and helped to shape the sound and style of reggae music.

 Bob Marley was born in Jamaica in 1945, and began his musical career in the early 1960s. He formed The Wailers in 1963 with Bunny Wailer and Peter Tosh, and the band quickly became one of the most popular reggae groups in Jamaica. Marley’s songwriting was heavily influenced by his Rastafarian beliefs, which emphasized the need for unity and equality, and rejected the materialism and oppression of Western society. His lyrics often dealt with social and political issues, such as poverty, inequality, and oppression, and were infused with a message of hope and positivity.

 In the 1970s, Bob Marley and The Wailers began to gain international recognition, and they went on to tour the world, spreading the message of reggae music and Rastafarianism. Marley’s concerts were known for their energy and passion, and he became known for his charismatic stage presence and powerful voice. The Wailers were also a vital part of this success, with their tight harmonies, intricate instrumentals, and powerful drumming.

 Bob Marley’s music continues to have a profound impact on popular culture, and his songs have been covered by countless artists from all genres of music. He was also a symbol of resistance against oppression and injustice, and his music continues to be an inspiration to people around the world who are fighting for freedom and equality. In 1980, Marley passed away at the age of 36, but his legacy continues to live on through his music and his message of peace, love, and unity.

  Rita Marley OJ OD (Full-name: Althea Rita Anderson ) t a Jamaican singer and musician who was the lead singer of the group I Threes, which served as the backing vocalists for her husband, Bob Marley, and his band The Wailers. She is also known for her solo work and her activism in support of various causes, including the promotion of Rastafarianism and the rights of women and children.

   Rita Marley was born in Cuba in 1946 and grew up in Kingston, Jamaica. She began her musical career in the 1960s, performing with various reggae and ska groups before joining The Wailers in the 1970s. As a member of I Threes, she contributed to the success of The Wailers, singing on several of their most famous albums, including "Catch a Fire" and "Burnin’."

   In addition to her work with The Wailers, Rita Marley has also released several solo albums, including "Who Feels It Knows It" and "Harambe." She has been honored for her contributions to reggae music, and in 2003, she was awarded the Jamaican Order of Distinction for her service to the music industry and her promotion of Rastafarianism.

   Rita Marley is also known for her humanitarian work and her activism on behalf of various causes. She established the Bob Marley Foundation, which supports educational and health initiatives in Jamaica and other countries, and she is also an advocate for the rights of women and children. Through her music and her activism, Rita Marley continues to carry on the legacy of Bob Marley and The Wailers, and her impact on popular culture and the world at large will continue to be felt for generations to come.