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BOB MARLEY

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BOB MARLEY AND THE WAILERS

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Happy Family

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  1. Brother
  2. Rastafari
  3. Message of Love
  4. Midnight Rockers
  5. Lord Have Mercy
  6. Reggae Rock
  7. Your Messages (Are Games)
  8. Love Will (Never Let You Down)
  9. Let Me Tell You Something
  10. Always & Forever
  11. Take Control
  12. Happy Family
  13. One Love
  14. Fight Them Back (With Love)

Junior Marvin

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    Expected Release: 3rd May 2024

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    Released: 29th Mar 2024

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Junior Marvin is widely recognized as an all-time great reggae musician and Musical Director and guitarist of Bob Marley’s iconic band, The Wailers.

Junior Marvin was born in Jamaica and grew up in London and met the late Tuff Gong icon on Valentine’s Day in 1977 (ironically the same day the film will be released) who touted him as the “young Jimi Hendrix of London”. Marley immediately asked Junior to join his band as lead guitarist and became one of Marley’s closest friends up until his death. Junior’s guitar playing was a huge influence on Marley, and his musicianship can be clearly heard on such seminal Marley tracks as “Could You Be Loved” (which Junior originally wrote and gave to Marley), “Waiting in Vain,” “Buffalo Soldier,” “The Heathen”, “One Love” and “Jamming”.

Junior Marvin is not just limited to reggae however; he has played with Stevie Wonder and Steve Winwood, among many others (he actually turned down an offer by Wonder to join his band Wonderlove to accept Marley’s offer to become a member of The Wailers on the same Valentine’s Day in 1977).