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Wailing Blues : The Story of Bob Marley's

Wailing Blues

The Story of Bob Marley's "Wailers"

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Published: 1st September 2010
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The story of The Wailers is a litany of betrayal and greed that's rarely been reported elsewhere. The Wailers played with Bob Marley on all of his hit singles and albums - records that have sold an estimated 250 million copies worldwide, and established Marley himself as a cultural and musical icon.

Written in collaboration with Family Man and other surviving members,Wailing Blues reveals the truth behind the Marley legacy, traces the early lives of the Barrett brothers before they joined Marley in the '60s and discusses how reggae artists like Lee 'Scratch' Perry influenced the band.

About the Author

An experienced writer on music of black origin, John Masouri is a contributor to Echoes (formerly Black Echoes) since 1990 and his work has also appeared in Mojo, Music Week, The Guardian and New Musical Express. He is the co-author of the Guinness Book of Reggae and the Virgin Encyclopedia of Reggae, and has contributed to several radio and TV programmes about Jamaican music.

Introductionp. vii
Early Daysp. 1
Rudie Don't Fearp. 17
Hippy Boysp. 30
Liquidatorp. 54
Upsettin'p. 78
Black Progress 97
Soul Rebels
Soul Revolutionp. 132
Trenchtown Rockp. 148
Youth Professionalsp. 174
The Harder They Comep. 193
Catch A Firep. 212
Midnight Raversp. 229
Burnin'p. 245
Pick A Dubp. 261
Rebel Musicp. 282
Talkin' Bluesp. 302
Fire Burningp. 318
Natty Dreadp. 336
All The Way from Trenchtownp. 353
Dread Lionp. 369
Rastaman Vibrationp. 388
Smile Jamaicap. 407
Exile In Londonp. 426
Kayap. 443
Tuff Gong Uprisingp. 460
African Skiesp. 478
Harbour Sharksp. 497
Bad Cardp. 509
Hurting Insidep. 522
Fussing And Fightingp. 533
Real Situationp. 547
Who The Cap Fitp. 561
Who Colt the Gamep. 570
Acknowledgementsp. 582
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ISBN: 9781847727060
ISBN-10: 1847727069
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 600
Published: 1st September 2010
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 4.4
Weight (kg): 0.95