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In assembling Bob Marley & the Wailers' British chart singles for the 1984 compilation Legend, Island Records created what turned out to be a perennial seller, but also an album that misrepresented the range of Marley's work, downplaying its political aspect in favor of danceability and romantic sentiments. Of course, what made Marley such a powerful figure internationally was his message about the uprising of the oppressed, but you wouldn't know that from Legend. Two years later, Island sought to redress the balance with its second major Marley compilation, Rebel Music. Here, in tracks drawn from such albums as Natty Dread, Rastaman Vibration, and Survival, Marley the political activist could be heard in all his glory, decrying "So Much Trouble in the World." In "War," presented in the medley with "No More Trouble" that had appeared originally on the 1978 concert album Babylon by Bus, he quoted Ethiopian ruler Haile Selassie about the dire consequences of denying rights to people of color. At the end, in a version taken from the 1975 Live! album, he implored his listeners to "Get Up, Stand Up." (Of course, he was not unaware that that exhortation also allowed them to dance in the aisles.) There were other political songs in Marley's repertoire, of course, and Rebel Music shared with Legend an unfortunate tendency to slight the Wailers' early albums, which contained plenty of appropriate material. (Only one track was drawn from Catch a Fire and none at all from Burnin'.) But for the millions who bought Legend, Rebel Music provided a necessary corrective revealing Marley's impassioned political stance. (Note that this compilation marked the first release on an album of "Roots," the non-LP B-side to the 1977 single "Waiting in Vain.")

Biografía

Nacido(a): 06 de febrero de 1945 en St. Ann, Jamaica

Género: Reggae

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s

Bob Marley, la figura más trascendente e icónica del Reggae, fue el primer artista jamaiquino en alcanzar el estrellato internacional en el proceso de llevar la música de su isla natal a todos los rincones del planeta, aun los más distantes. Su música puso voz a las luchas diarias de la experiencia jamaiquina, capturando vivamente no sólo el compromiso para con el empobrecido y oprimido país sino también a esa profunda espiritualidad que la convierte en fuente de su fortaleza. Sus canciones crearon...
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Rebel Music (Remastered), Bob Marley
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