BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS

BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS Songs stats

UK No. 1s
0
UK Top 10s
7
UK Top 40s
14
UK Top 75s
22
Weeks in the Top 1
0
Weeks in the Top 10
20
Weeks in the Top 40
103
Weeks in the Top 75
146

BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS Albums stats

UK No. 1s
1
UK Top 10s
7
UK Top 40s
13
UK Top 75s
16
Weeks in the Top 1
12
Weeks in the Top 10
59
Weeks in the Top 40
435
Weeks in the Top 75
1060

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Darko Brlečić

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When I first heard the live album "Babylon By Bus" I totally fired. Such a spectrum of tonal colors, a lively, unrepeatable play that simply gets out of the chair ...

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Brian Quinn

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I find it very strange that one Bob Marley album gets in the UK charts week after week. Reggae is a specialised type of music and I cannot see many people wanting to buy it.

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James Helps

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Bob Marley's music breaks out of such a narrow definition. His songs were recorded as early as 68 by others and in 1972 has a song on a Barbara Streisand album. What would be interesting is what he'd have been playing now. When he died it had been hoped to tour with Stevie Wonder. I think he'd be playing with the old Jazzers who brought us Ska. Ernest Ranglin is the A side of his first tune. That tune was called Exodus, Marleys album voted best of the century.