Jamming" is a song by the reggae band Bob Marley and the Wailers from their 1977 album Exodus. The song also appears on the compilation album Legend. The song was re-released 10 years later as a tribute to Bob Marley and was again a hit, as in the Netherlands, where it was classified in the charts for 4 weeks. In Jamaican patois the word jamming refers to a getting together or celebration. It is still receiving moderate airplay from adult alternative stations.
1968, Jamaica Joint Jump and Songs of Freedom compilations I love all of the early Marley recordings. I had the Jamaica Joint Jump album and I listened to it every day for years. Some people don’t know that much about those early soul songs. He has so many hidden gems. How Many Times (Do You Remember)," Jamaican Storm compilation (1982) This is a classic doo-wop ballad. This was like the Sam Cooke era of music-sweet love songs crying baby come back to m. Discover more of FUV's Five Essentials.
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If any album was Bob Marley’s masterpiece, it was ‘Exodus’, housing a string of hits: ‘Jamming’, ‘Waiting In Vain’, ‘One Love’ and its title track. This made Marley a key figure of power and political influence, whether he liked it or not and, on returning to Jamaica after the Rastaman Vibration tour in 1976, he soon found himself caught up in events leading up to the general election of 15 December. The standing Prime Minister Michael Manley cajoled Marley into agreeing to perform at a free concert called Smile Jamaica, sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, to be staged ten days before the election
Bob Marley was born on February 6, 1945, in St. Ann Parish, Jamaica. In 1963, Marley and his friends formed the Wailing Wailers. The Wailers' big break came in 1972, when they landed a contract with Island Records. After eight months, Marley returned to Jamaica. He reunited with Livingston and McIntosh to form the Wailers. Around this time, Marley was exploring his spiritual side and developing a growing interest in the Rastafarian movement. Before releasing their next album, 1975's Natty Dread, two of the three original Wailers left the group; McIntosh and Livingston decided to pursue solo careers as Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer, respectively. Natty Dread reflected some of the political tensions in Jamaica between the People's National Party and the Jamaica Labour Party.
|8||There She Goes|
|10||Treat You Right|
|14||How Many Times|
|22||Trench Town Rock|
|23||All In One|
|1||Lively Up Yourself|
|6||You Can't Do That To Me|
|7||Soul Shakedown Party|
|8||Do It Twice|
|9||Stop The Train|
|11||Keep On Movin'|
|15||Go Tell It On The Mountain|
|16||Can't You See|
|18||Don't Rock My Boat|
|19||Put It On|
|20||Fussin' And Fightin'|
|23||Sun Is Shining|
- Record Company – Comet Records
NotesReleased with a 4-panel cardboard sleeve
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