Bob Marley and the Wailers – 10/04/1975 – Kingston, Jamaica

1975-10-04b

Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer (The Wailers)
1975-10-04
National Stadium
Kingston, Jamaica

The Wonder Dream Concert was an historic concert held on October 4, 1975, at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica. The concert was headlined by Stevie Wonder who was joined on the bill by Bob Marley & The Wailers and his former bandmates Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer. The concert is sometimes known as the Wailers Reunion Show, as it was the first time the original Wailers had performed together since 1973 and the last time they ever would.  The concert was a benefit concert for the Jamaican Institute for the Blind and was opened by Third World.

For Stevie Wonder’s encore, Stevie called for Bob to join him on stage and they played “I Shot The Sheriff” and “Superstition” together. Another notable moment was the last performance of the original Wailers’ first hit “Simmer Down”, originally from 1964.

Set

Rastaman Chant > Keep The Faith,
Nice Time,
Simmer Down > One Love,
Dreamland,
Fight Against Conviction,
Mark of The Beast,
Can’t Blame The Youth,
Legalize It,
So Jah Seh,
No Woman No Cry,
Jah Live

Encore for Stevie Wonder

I Shot The Sheriff,
Superstition

Stevie&Bob-3

1975-10-04a

Bob Marley and the Wailers – 9/20/1980 – New York, NY

Bob Marley & The Wailers
TUFF GONG UPRISING TOUR 1980
1980.09.20
Madison Square Garden, New York, USA

Soundboard

01-them bell full
02-the heathen
03-running away-crazy baldhead
04-zimbabwe
05-zion train
06-war
07-no more trouble
08-i shot the sheriff
09-no woman no cry
10-jammin’
11-exodus
12-could you be loved

Bob Marley and the Wailers – 7/12/1980 – Flintshire, Wales

Bob Marley & The Wailers
July 12, 1980
Deeside Leisure Centre
Queensferry, Flintshire, Wales

92 minute Soundboard recording

CD#1: Main set 72:28
01 [cuts in] Precious Love [I-Three backed by The Wailers] 4:02
02 I-Three intros by Marcia Griffiths 0:24
03 Slave Queen [I-Three backed by The Wailers] 4:03
04 Steppin’ Out Of Babylon [I-Three backed by The Wailers] 4:29
05 That’s The Way [I-Three backed by The Wailers] 5:06
06 announcer I-Three outro 0:17
07 Marley Chant 2:20
08 > band intros by announcer over more of Marley Chant, with Bob’s entrance & first comments 1:33
09 > Natural Mystic 4:22
10 Positive Vibration 5:02
11 Revolution 5:28
12 I Shot The Sheriff 4:59
13 War [a few seconds in this song is missing] 3:47
14 > No More Trouble [most of song is missing] 0:34
15 Zimbabwe 3:41
16 Zion Train 4:02
17 No Woman No Cry 6:52
18 Jammin’ 4:34
19 Exodus 5:59
20 thank you by band member & crowd noise before encores 0:44

CD#2: Encores 19:39
01 talk: Bob’s intro to Redemption Song 0:31
02 > Redemption Song 4:08
03 Coming In From The Cold 4:23
04 Natty Dread 4:48
05 Work 4:17
06 Could You Be Loved? [cut] 1:31

Bob Marley and the Wailers – 4/19/1980 – Salisbury, Zimbabwe

Bob Marley & The Wailers
04/19/80
Rufaro Stadium,
Salisbury, Zimbabwe

April 18, 1980. came the most important moment in the career of Bob Marley: the show that celebrated the independence of Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia) of British colonial rule, achieved after a bloody struggle for liberation waged by ZANU guerrillas. It lasted several years and was one of his hymns to the main song ‘Zimbabwe’, the master Marley. Today circulating versions of which Marley would have succeeded even arms to the rebels, who were persecuted by both the Rhodesian forces and by the then racist regime of South Africa when it became clear that the guerrillas did not surrender, he was made an agreement that would independence to the country (which would become a member of the British Commonwealth of nations) in exchange for the peaceful withdrawal of the British who lived there.The formalization of the treaty would be made in a grand ceremony in which Prince Charles would represent the former British Empire and end with a presentation by Bob Marley and the Wailers.

According to the American Dera Thompson, who was with the Wailers on that day and gave an emotional testimony to the magazine The Beat: “We cried and smiled and everyone in the stadium chanted and sang. It was as if to say, we win, Zimbabwe is ours New! We could not believe it was true. Then there was a salvo of 21 cannon, and we feel it, 21! And that was the greatest moment, the greatest moment of our lives. ”
Track List
1. Natural Mystic
2. Positive Vibration
3. Roots Rock Reggae
4. Lively Up Yourself
5. Zimbabwe
6. Runnin’ Away
7. Baldheads
8. Get Up Stand Up
9. Exodus (cuts)

Some static on track 3 which was on original DAT.

Source: SBD

Bob Marley and the Wailers – 5/25/1978 – Madison, WI

Bob Marley & The Wailers
Orpheum Theater,
Madison, WI
May 25, 1978

[Early Show]

Master soundboard cassette

Disc (13 tracks) [70:51]

1 Sisters Chant 4:23
2 So Long Rastafari 3:18
3 Concrete Jungle 7:53
4 Burnin’ And Lootin’ 5:29
5 Them Belly Full 3:45
6 Rebel Music 4:46
7 I Shot The Sheriff 4:29
8 No Woman No Cry 7:46
9 Lively Up Yourself 8:40
10 Jammin 6:02
11 Get Up Stand Up 6:20
12 Exodus 4:53
13 No More Trouble 3:01

Bob Marley – 1977 – Dennis Thompson Mixes

bob marley
dennis thompson mixes
1977-XX-XX

81:02 min

cd1
01-Coming in from the cold 5:10
02-Coming in from the cold Dub 6:11
03-Bad card 2:49
04-Real situation 3:05
05-Trenchtown 3:23
06-Could you be loved 4:11
07-Pimper´s paradise 3:23
08-Stiff necked fools 3:22
09-Forever loving Jah 3:52
10-We and them 2:33
11-So much trouble Dub 3:57

cd2
12-Top rankin Dub 3:50
13-Babylon system Dub 4:15
14-Jump nyabinghi Dub 3:52
15-One drop scat mix 5:01
16-Running away Dub 3:16
17-Sun is shining Dub 2:45
18-Forever loving Jah Dub 3:01
19-Pimper´s paradise Dub 3:17
20-Survival Dub 2:17
21-Zimbabwe 3:39
22-Wake up and live Dub 3:42
comments :

The Dennis Thompson mixes tape was no-copy material for several years Dennis “Machine Gun” Thompson worked with bob and the wailers as sound engineer he dubbed all the island albums and island leak some on their deluxe edition

Bob Marley and the Wailers – 5/01/1976 – New York, NY

Bob Marley And The Wailers
May 1, 1976 – late show
Beacon Theater
New York City, NY

Setlist

1. “Are You Ready?”
2. “Lion Of Judah” -> “Keep The Faith”
3. “Burnin’ And Lootin'”
4. “Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)”
5. “Rebel Music (3 O’Clock Roadblock)”
6. “I Shot The Sheriff”
7. “Want More”
8. “No Woman, No Cry”
9. “Lively Up Yourself”
10. “Bend Down Low”
11. “Rat Race”
12. “Roots, Rock, Reggae”
13. “Positive Vibration”
14. “Night Shift”
15. “Get Up, Stand Up” -> “War” -> “No More Trouble”

* Recording Source Audience

Band lineup

* Bob Marley, vocals, rhythm guitar
* Aston Barrett, bass
* Carlton Barrett, drums
* Donald Kinsey, lead guitar
* Earl “Chinna” Smith, lead guitar
* Tyrone Downie, keyboards
* Alvin Patterson, percussion
* The I-Threes, backing vocals

Bob Marley and the Wailers – 4/30/1976 – New York, NY

Bob Marley and The Wailers,
30 april 1976,
Beacon Theatre, NYC, N.Y
, Early show

sbd master cass

CD 1
Are You Ready? >
Rastaman Chant >
Conquering Lion,
Burnin’ and Lootin’,
Dem Belly Full,
Rebel Music
, Want More,
Roots Rock Reggae
, Johnny Was,
Lively Up Yourself,
Night Shift,
Crazy Baldhead

CD 2
Encore:
Positive Vibration >
Rat Race >
War >
Get Up Stand Up