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Talkin' Blues Extra tracks, Original recording remastered

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  • Audio CD (17 May 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Universal / Island
  • ASIN: B0000669JN
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 40,447 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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This newly remastered edition of 1991's Talkin Blu es features three previously unreleased bonus trac ks recorded live at the Record Plant in San Franci sco, and presents, for the first time, the complet e Wailer's KSAN Radio Session, along with rare stu dio versions and Marley interview recordings.

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I heard album first on cassette years ago - my first real encounter with the wailers. I lost the tape but now it's back. Recorded after they were dropped as support to Sly & The Family Stone, because they were too good, it finds the Wailers in prefect form. The spirits are high, the feelings are beyond the groove. It's all recorded live, playing in front of only five or six people, Peter Tosh is around. 65 minutes pure music, 15 minutes of a Bob Marley interview. Age: 1973-1975 - mainly 1973 material. KSAN-FM sessions. Burin' & Lootin', Kinky Reggae, Rastaman Chant, Walk the proud land(Rude Boy) beat the original studio tracks hands down.
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this record features some classic bob marley & wailers tracks recorded live or in a radio studio in early 1970s on the cusp of the US breakthrough for the band. Great versions of I shot / sheriff / get up - stand up / and esp kinky reggae. peter tosh's verse in get up / stand up shows his power as an independent performer and foreshadows his departure on a solo career. you can hear his strength of voice and conviction as he and bob do call / return. the cd is interspersed with interview snippets with Bob and is a must have for any fan or indeed anyone trying to grasp a hard core jamaican accent. excellent stuff
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The earlier reviewer - man called DM Thorpe - is absolutely right. These cuts are in general far better than the other studio versions, especially Slave Driver and Kinky Reggae. And although, snippets of interviews on CDs can be irritating, here they work rather well and seem to add drama to the music. The Wailers sound is somewhere between the vocal-harmony-oriented raw Jamaican sound and the rather better produced (but slightly packaged) sound on Island Records. May well be the Wailers best record.
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Great music, of course. You will need time to decipher some of Marley's Jamaican patois, which is all part of the fun. Interesting to hear him talk about his music and his history. Any Bob fan would love this.
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This is an amazingly detailed, well produced album chronicalling the peak of the Wailers' talent. I have no idea why it's being marketed so badly. It's not just the lackluster album art, but the very inspecific nature of the title (this is, after all, much more than just Bob Marley -- the equally talented Peter Tosh sings on at least half of the tracks and delivers some memorable performances) that bugs me. Ignore the dated and ridiculous packaging -- this session is wicked good and a must for any fan of reggae.
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And there is some very good music inbetween the talking. I though the words part of this album would fade with time, move onto music-but I still like listening to the man talk. Stoned rap, sure. Gravelly voice with some careful listening required at times to hear what is being said. But he speaks from the heart and the man had a fine brain. Saw the world for what it was and made choices in his music to tell stories that spoke to people. Gave examples to follow or learn from. Sense at these times, he was still learning himself. Musicians who can do this are rare and worth taking the time to listen to. And the music is a very good selection of almost live cuts from radio broadcasts. It ends with a seven minute live version of "I shot the Sheriff" from the same Lyceum gig that gave us the first Wailers live record and an alternative and better take than the one released on vinyl.
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