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Bunny: the last of the Wailer wails no more
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Bunny: the last of the Wailer wails no more

On 2nd March a collaborator of Bob Marley’s since the start and co-founder of the Wailers, passed away. He went on to have a long solo career, remaining fiercely independent and loyal to Rasta. Pam pays tribute.

Watch the new music video for Bob Marley’s “No Woman, No Cry”
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Watch the new music video for Bob Marley's "No Woman, No Cry"

The new visuals was released in honor of International Reggae Day. July 1st is dedicated as the day of Reggae around the world. This word appeared for the first time in a song thanks to the […]

Studio One releases a box set of rare Coxsone Records singles
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Studio One releases a box set of rare Coxsone Records singles

The legendary Jamaican label Studio One unveils The Blue Coxsone Box Set to be released on July 10th. Clement ‘sir Coxsone’ Dodd has made his mark as one of the major players in the reggae […]

Bob Marley’s ‘Redemption Song’ celebrates 40th anniversary with music video
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Bob Marley's 'Redemption Song' celebrates 40th anniversary with music video

On February 6th, Bob Marley would have celebrated his 75th birthday. The artist’s family dedicated a special tribute to him by offering a video clip of his cult emancipation song. “Redemption Song” was one of Bob Marley’s […]

Lost Bob Marley tapes rescued from hotel basement
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Lost Bob Marley tapes rescued from hotel basement

The ten tapes founded two years ago are now digitally restored and will be sold at auction this May in London. Two years after a meticulous restoring made by sound engineer Martin Nichols, the lost […]

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40 years later, Bob Marley’s Exodus album is revisited by his son Ziggy
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40 years later, Bob Marley's Exodus album is revisited by his son Ziggy

June 1977, Bob Marley released one of his most acclaimed album, Exodus. 40 years later, his son Ziggy made his own version.