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Old 01-31-2012, 08:36 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I feel kinda opposite. Not much reggae really appeals to me. I lik some other stuff, Bob and The Wailers just reign supreme for me. I love Bobs voice and his lyrics, and I love The wailers and Peter Tosh's guitar playing.
have you heard Burning Spear?

the songwriting's 10x better and the musicianship tops the Wailers in every way
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Old 02-01-2012, 01:37 AM   #22 (permalink)
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I'll check them out
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Old 02-01-2012, 01:45 AM   #23 (permalink)
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he's alright

but there are about 20 other reggae artists i'd rather put on, than one of his albums
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Not sure I would say 20, but I do agree. Legend and R.I.P all the same.
just to recap:-

Burning Spear
Culture
The Congos
Dennis Alcapone
Dillinger
Smiley Culture
Steel Pulse
Black Uhuru
Junior Murvin
Max Romeo
Lee "Scratch" Perry (solo)
Bunny Wailer (solo)
The Upsetters
Toots & The Maytals
The Skatalites
Dennis Brown
Desmond Dekker
The Melodians
Augustus Pablo
King Tubby

and much more others, really.......
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Old 02-01-2012, 01:53 AM   #24 (permalink)
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I've heard some of those you mentioned and I don't think they're all better than bob and the wailers. I saw black uhuru liven and didn't enjoy it as much as the time I saw Damian marley sing "could you be loved".
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I've heard some of those you mentioned and I don't think they're all better than bob and the wailers. I saw black uhuru liven and didn't enjoy it as much as the time I saw Damian marley sing "could you be loved".
depends on which phase of Black Uhuru you're talking about....

personally i prefer their proto-raggaa phase (Anthem album)
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depends on which phase of Black Uhuru you're talking about....

personally i prefer their proto-raggaa phase (Anthem album)
It was just last year, I'm not sure what phase they were in at the time.
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It was just last year, I'm not sure what phase they were in at the time.
probably back into their "roots reggae" phase, which is only fairly decent (to me, at least, some people love that era)
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he was and still is the best
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did I mention i have the same birthday as Bob?

you might as well send me wishes also
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birthdays dont count when you are dead.
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