"My music will go on forever..." Bob Marley, 1975

I started trading Bob Marley concert tapes about November 2000, and am very happy with what I have so far. Thanks to Andy Clayden and James Wilson who taped some great shows for me to get me started.

I too would like to spread Bobs music to his fans, so if you see a show you like send me an e-mail as i'd love to get a fellow fan started off. Also I hope to add to my own collection, so if you've got something that I haven't - let me know.

Bobs world wide tours covered nearly every corner of the globe and his concerts were a spiritual event to many that witnessed them. The concert list includes full set lists from each concert and any notable comments about the show. As the tapes also include venue and location details you can find if Bob played near to you or on a significant date such as your birthday!

Some of the concerts are available to listen to via this website, just look for and click on the DOWNLOAD icon in the concert list.

As well as his concerts there are also demos and interviews, you can download the interviews as MP3 files from this site, just click visit the DOWNLOAD page.


Bobs shows evoked strong emotions within his audience. Here is a review I found online at http://www.wolfgangsvault.com/ of Bob Marleys performance at Oakland, Coliseum, California USA on the 30/11/1979.

This Marley show, recorded less than two years before his untimely death, is similar to the extended performance found on 1978’s Babylon by Bus double live album. Marley lived for the stage, and this show is ample proof that he was one of the most electrifying performers ever to emerge from the international music scene. Like another falling star from an earlier era, Jimi Hendrix, Marley shot across the pop culture landscape like a flaming comet - and before he could be fully recognised for his artistic brilliance - was gone. That’s at least one reason why his legacy has elevated him to near mythical proportions.

Opening with 'Positive Vibration', this show contains 19 classic Marley songs, including 'Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)', 'I Shot The Sheriff'', 'No Woman No Cry', 'Exodus', 'Is This Love?', 'Jammin' and 'Get Up Stand Up'. The Wailers, though none of its original members except Marley remained by 1979, play rock solid reggae rhythms behind his impassioned vocals. Keyboardists Tyrone Downie and Earl Lindo have incredible chops, and are only outdone by longtime Wailers guitarist Al Anderson. Enhancing this stellar show is a fantastic guest performance by guitarist Ron Wood of the Rolling Stones for the six-song encore.


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Bob Marleys Music and Lyrics

Bob Marley has written an amazing number of songs, which are all well documented on the internet.

If you would like to play Bob Marleys music, there are lots of resources available on the net, but I have included some quick links below to some lyric and guitar chord websites.

Type a song name or choose one from the drop-down menu.
Click if you're looking for lyrics or chords and click on the 'Search' button.

Search for lyrics Search for music (chords) Search in site - www.thenaturalmystic.com
The Natural Mystic web site in honour of the Poet and Prophet Robert Nesta Marley, voice and apostle of the spirit of the His Divine Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie, JAH - Rastafari. This site features free access to many rare concert recordings spanning Bob's muscial life. Bob Marleys' music lives on and loves all. There's a Natural Mystic blowing through the air, if you listen carefully you will hear. Site designed and maintained by Notty Dread of the MoonFireTribe. Best viewed in 1024 px. Optimised for Mozilla Firefox, Javascript and Flash plugins needed. © Disclaimer.