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Man To Man

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Download links and information about Man To Man by Bob Marley, The Wailers. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Reggae, Roots Reggae genres. It contains 101 tracks with total duration of 04:51:13 minutes.

Artist: Bob Marley, The Wailers
Release date: 2005
Genre: Reggae, Roots Reggae
Tracks: 101
Duration: 04:51:13
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Man To Man 3:31
2. Duppy Conqueror 3:47
3. Brain Washing 2:40
4. Stand Alone 2:09
5. Don't Rock My Boat 4:28
6. No Sympathy 2:12
7. Kaya 2:33
8. Memphis 2:08
9. 400 Years 2:31
10. Riding High 2:42
11. Jah Is Mighty 2:25
12. Shocks of the Mighty (featuring Lee) 3:22
13. More Axe 3:28
14. All In One Part I 2:19
15. All In One Part II 2:05
16. Nicoteen 2:36
17. Zig Zag 3:23
18. Brain Washing 2:38
19. Stand Alone 2:01
20. Don't Rock My Boat 4:30
21. No Sympathy 2:22
22. Kaya 2:42
23. Memphis 2:07
24. My Sympathy 2:22
25. Riding High 2:43
26. Axe Man 2:44
27. Don't Rock My Boat 4:37
28. Soul Rebels 3:18
29. Put It On 3:31
30. It's Alright 2:34
31. Corner Stone 2:27
32. Soul Almighty 2:41
33. Try Me 2:44
34. Rebel's Hop 2:37
35. Long Long Winter 3:02
36. No Water 2:07
37. Reaction 2:40
38. More Axe 4:08
39. Shocks of the Mighty 3:33
40. Keep On Skanking 3:22
41. Turn Me Loose 2:33
42. Soul Rebels 2:53
43. Put It On 3:30
44. It's Alright 2:30
45. Corner Stone 2:22
46. Soul Almighty 3:19
47. Try Me 3:00
48. Rebel's Hop 2:43
49. Long Long Winter 3:01
50. No Water 2:34
51. Reaction 3:30
52. Turn Me Loose 2:52
53. Why Should I 3:28
54. Pass It On 2:39
55. Screwface 2:53
56. Feel Alright 2:29
57. Comma Comma 1:54
58. Trouble Is On the Road Again 2:33
59. Tread Oh 2:48
60. Screwface 2:18
61. Rhythm 2:31
62. Give Me a Ticket (featuring Rita Marley) 1:57
63. Lovelight 2:50
64. High Tide Or Low Tide 4:06
65. Feel Alright 2:28
66. Give Me a Ticket (featuring Peter Tosh) 1:56
67. Nice Time 2:34
68. Lonesome Feeling 3:27
69. Dance Do the Reggae 3:07
70. Oh Lord, I Got To Get There 2:51
71. Reggae On Broadway 3:13
72. Mellow Skank 3:06
73. Why Should I 3:31
74. Pass It On 2:44
75. Tread Oh 2:23
76. Nice Time 2:22
77. Dub Feeling 3:39
78. Trouble Dub 3:30
79. Duppy Conqueror 3:23
80. Rebel 2:39
81. Second Hand 4:01
82. I Like It Like That 3:27
83. Soul Rebel 2:51
84. Keep On Moving 3:09
85. Keep On Moving 3:15
86. Keep On Moving 2:30
87. Reggae On Broadway 2:55
88. Oh Lord, I Got To Get There 2:15
89. Hammer 2:20
90. Shocks Almighty 3:41
91. Hold Onto This Feeling 3:01
92. Man To Man 2:31
93. Redder Than Red 2:26
94. Screw Face Pablo 2:15
95. Man To Man 4:06
96. Craven 2:12
97. Cry On 3:49
98. Down By the River 2:01
99. Heat of the Day 3:08
100. Soul Rebel 3:11
101. Wisdom 2:14

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The third in a series of box sets from JAD Records that covers chronologically the complete pre-Island recordings of Bob Marley & the Wailers from 1967 to 1972, Man to Man ("Man to Man" was an early working title for "Who the Cap Fit") collects work from 1971 and 1972, arguably the finest creative stretch the group ever had. The first two discs consist of Lee "Scratch" Perry productions, including some alternate takes and backing tracks, recorded at Randy's (Perry's legendary Black Ark Studio didn't open until 1973 and wasn't fully operational until a year after that), and while these delightful cuts have been available in countless other packages, it's always revelatory to hear them again. The third disc contains Wailers self-productions (the group had established their Tuff Gong imprint by this time) done during the Perry period, along with a handful of JAD song demos. The final disc offers alternate mixes, plus a series of dubplate mixes designed to sound absolutely huge over outdoor sound systems (which means they're all bass and high end), and an intimate set of five acoustic song demos done for JAD Records. Again, everything here has been available many times over in different configurations on countless legit and not-so-legit Marley collections, but in sorting through the often confusing mare's nest of the Wailers' pre-Island tracks and offering them up chronologically like this and with accurate annotation, JAD has performed a most welcome service.