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Exodus (Deluxe Edition)

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Download links and information about Exodus (Deluxe Edition) by Bob Marley, The Wailers. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Reggae, Roots Reggae, World Music, Ska genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 02:13:31 minutes.

Artist: Bob Marley, The Wailers
Release date: 2001
Genre: Reggae, Roots Reggae, World Music, Ska
Tracks: 25
Duration: 02:13:31
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Natural Mystic 3:27
2. So Much Things to Say 3:07
3. Guiltiness 3:19
4. The Heathen 2:31
5. Exodus 7:40
6. Jamming 3:30
7. Waiting In Vain 4:16
8. Turn Your Lights Down Low 3:39
9. Three Little Birds 3:00
10. One Love / People Get Ready 2:52
11. Roots 3:43
12. Waiting In Vain (Alternate Version) 4:44
13. Jamming (Long Version) 5:52
14. Jamming (Version) 3:04
15. Exodus 3:08
16. The Heathen (Live) 6:48
17. Crazy Baldhead / Running Away (Live) 9:21
18. War / No More Trouble (Live) 7:44
19. Jamming (Live) 7:07
20. Exodus (Live) 11:46
21. Punky Reggae Party (Jamaican 12" Version) 9:18
22. Punky Reggae Party (Dub) [Jamaican 12" B-Side Version] 8:48
23. Keep On Moving (Lee Perry Session) 6:25
24. Keep On Moving (Dub) [Lee Perry Session] 7:15
25. Exodus (Advertisement) 1:07

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Recorded shortly after the attempt on reggae superstar Bob Marley's life, Exodus veers from dire predictions to the height of his expression of and hope for unity. The first half of the record focuses on Marley's clear insights into the heart of Babylon. Songs such as "The Heathen," "Guiltiness," and the cautionary "So Much Things to Say" observe the problems of the world. The second half lays out the solution, focusing on love and unity with such essential songs as "One Love/People Get Ready," "Waiting in Vain," and the lyrical love song "Turn Your Lights Down Low." As always, Marley sings with such passion, it's as if his voice were connected to a universal soul. Lending additional weight, the Wailers all give nuanced and stirring performances: a popping drum riff here, a poetic guitar solo there. Layer upon layer, their incredible interplay shines through, the delicate elements of these arrangements build to a powerful display of roots reggae. Marley reacted to being shot as few men would, writing, "One love/One heart/Let's get together and feel all right."