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Nice Pro, I absolutely love Bob Marley. I don't think anyone can disagree that he was an amazing Reggae artist. So, out of respect for the late and great Marley, I'll share one of my favorites:
Bob Marley & The Wailers- 'Stir it up' (1973, live studio recording)
I can't help but desire the island life whenever playing this jam.
Okay, this one is another personal favorite that gives me inspiration everytime I listen to it:
Matisyahu - One day
This song is also powerful to me
Matisyahu - unique is my dove
This is one of my favorite songs for newer reggae bands. Enjoy!
Rebelution - Feeling Alright
Solomon Jabby - Got This Feeling
This one is my favorite reggae song with a political message. Also, it's Peter Tosh, arguably one of the best reggae artists out there aside from Bob Marley.
Peter Tosh - Legalize it
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Vote Placed by 9spaceking 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Very...feeling...old...songs. No pop, no rock, just classic old music floating around in the space of non-pop-non-rock. Anyhow, round two: Bob Marley vs Bob Marley. Such is an unfair battle, nobody wins. Round three, Love so nice vs One day, I feel like BoT wins here with the message "nothing will let me down!" Round four: Tie. Hard to decide between excellent message verses catchy tune. Round five: Tie again, very tough decision. Overall, 1v0, Bladey wins in here.
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