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Natural Mystic: Legend Lives on
Genres: Alternative Rock, World Music, Pop
Natural Mystic: The Legend Lives On Bonus Tracks Bob Marley Label: Polygram Records Release Date: 5/23/1995 1 Natural Mystic - 5:41 2 Easy Skanking - 2:32 3 Iron Lion Zion - 2:31 4 Crazy Baldhead - 2:10 5 So ... more »
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Natural Mystic: The Legend Lives On Bonus Tracks Bob Marley Label: Polygram Records Release Date: 5/23/1995 1 Natural Mystic - 5:41 2 Easy Skanking - 2:32 3 Iron Lion Zion - 2:31 4 Crazy Baldhead - 2:10 5 So Much Trouble in the World - 2:24 6 War - 2:38 7 Africa Unite - 2:15 8 Trench Town Rock [Live] - 3:06 9 Keep on Movin' - 3:30 10 The Sun Is Shining - 3:13 11 Who the Cap Fit - 4:16 12 One Drop - 3:51 13 Roots, Rock, Reggae - 3:31 14 Pimper's Paradise - 3:26 15 Time Will Tell - 3:29
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Dominic J. Vitale | North Idaho | 02/06/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've owned this CD for some time, now and I'd have to agree that Bob Marley's music should be denied by no one. I pop it into my CD player in the car and at home and can't help but turn it up after the first couple of tracks play through. The music is mass-appealing and his voice is unmatched. If you don't own any of Marley's CD's yet this would be a great first, as is "Legend". It is a necessity for anyone who appreciates great music and lyrics that are fulfilling and passionate."
Mystic Marley !
Arlena Flanders | Los Angeles | 11/27/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Natural Mystic is by far one of the best Bob Marley collections, along with Legend & Songs of Freedom. Bob Marley fans certainly won't be dissappointed with Natural Mystic. Bob inspires us as he sings his songs of love, hope, peace, and freedom. The message is certainly clear and evident in each of these songs.
One can certainly see where Marley gets the title "King of Reggae" from as he chants down on songs like "Easy Skanking", "Iron Lion Zion" "Pimper's Paradise" "So Much Trouble in the World". Bob also does an awesome rendition of Curtis "the Pioneer" Mayfield's song "Keep on Movin." And last but certainly not least the heartfelt "Time Will Tell". This is a must have for all Marley fans both young and old. The Legend continues as our Natural Mystic's voice continues to echo.
Though the shell is gone, the spirit remains as the Legacy continues and the message remains the same. Bob, thank you for your Songs of Freedom. R.I.P., Our Lion from Zion!