Bob Marley "Legend The Best of Bob Marley & The Wailers" album cover

Bob Marley - Legend (full album) Is This Love No Woman No Cry Could You Be Loved Three Little Birds Buffalo Soldier Get Up, Stand Up Stir It Up One Love I shot The Sheriff Waiting In Vain Redemption Song Satisfy My Soul Exodus Jammin'

Bob Marley <~ This man is love, light, peace, complexity, struggle all manifested into a legendary musician. From Ska to Reggae. Yes.

hype-hop: “ Bob Marley might have been a reggae artist but his influence on Hip-Hop, and in fact all backgrounds of music, are widely known and documented. Bob Marley remains an extremely important.

Talk About a Song That Hits the Moments Mark!! At a Straight Up West Indian Party & the DJ Hits Me with THIS!!! OOOWWWW!!! LOLOLL  ▶ Bob Marley - Wait in Vain

Don't worry about a thing, 'Cause every little thing gonna be all right. Singin': "Don't worry about a thing, 'Cause every little thing gonna be all right!

M A R L E Y movie, in theatres and on demand 4.20.2012!

M A R L E Y movie, in theatres and on demand Documentary film approved by the Marley family.

worldwarxp:    High quality photograph of Bob Marley smoking a spliff in 1973. Later to be used as a alternative cover for his debut album called Catch a Fire for Island Records. The album would gain international fame and praises from reggae fans and critics.    Photographer:  Esther Anderson   This is amazing thank you

worldwarxp: “High quality photograph of Bob Marley smoking a spliff in Later to be used as a alternative cover for his debut album called “Catch a’ Fire” for Island Records. The album would gain international fame and praises from reggae fans.

Bob MArley The Legend Album Rastavibe13  Get Up, Stand Up, stand up for your right (3 times) Get Up, Stand Up, don't give up the fight Preacher man don't tell me heaven is under the earth I know you don't know what life is really worth Is not all that glitters in gold and Half the story has never been told So now you see the light, aay Stand up ...

Bob Marley - Get up Stand up / This was actually the very first Bob Marley song the our son learned and sang.when he was about 3 years old!

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