DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, March 2008 - Brooklyn-based DJ Dr. Tahl honors the King of Reggae with music by Bob Marley and covers by other Jamaican Reggae artists. The result is an explanation of the title!
Even decades after his unfortunate death, Bob Marley keeps attracting masses and masses of people to Reggae Music. When he became popular and changed parts of his music, he did it to reach people with his message and that message was received by millions of people.
Much is written and said, much is already released and presented in Podcasts and re-re-re-releases. Still Dr Tahl manages to add something to it, with a wonderful mix of Marley productions and Marley-inspired material by other, ranging from Sizzla to U Roy to Leroy Smart.
Even when you think you've heard it all: Check it!
01. Bob Marley – Im Hurting Inside (Acoustic)
02. Bob Marley – Im Hurting Inside
03. Bob Marley – Running Away (Live version)
04. Bob Marley – Crazy Baldheads (Live Version)
05. Beenie Man & Luciano – Crazy Baldheads
06. Sizzla – Really and Truly (Natural Mystic riddim)
07. Dennis Brown – Natural Mystic
08. Bob Marley – Natural Mystic
09. Bob Marley – Soul Rebel in Dub
10. U-Roy- Natty Rebel
11. Delroy Wilson – Sun is Shining
12. Bob Marley – Sun is Shining
13. Bob Marley – Forver Loving Jah
14. Chezidek – One perfect Love
15. Barrington Levy – Get up Stand up
16. Bunny Wailer – I Shot the Sherriff
17. Johnny Clarke – No Woman No Cry
18. Alphonso Stewart – No Woman No Cry
19. Bob Marley & The Wailers – All in One
20. Culture – This Train
21. Leroy Smart – Waiting in Vain
22. Max Romeo – Rock my Boat
23. Bob Marley – Running Away
24. Bunny Wailer - War