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Talkin Blues
Bob Marley
Talkin Blues
Genres: World Music, Pop
 
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Talkin' Blues Bob Marley & The Wailers Label: Polygram Records Release Date: 2/5/1991 1 Talkin' - :17 2 Talkin' Blues [Studio Recorded][#] - 4:38 3 Talkin' - :21 4 Burnin' and Lootin' - 6:36 5 Talkin' - :49 ...  more »

      
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All Artists: Bob Marley
Title: Talkin Blues
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Polygram Records
Original Release Date: 2/5/1991
Release Date: 2/5/1991
Genres: World Music, Pop
Styles: Caribbean & Cuba, Jamaica, Reggae, Vocal Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 042284824323, 042284824316

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Talkin' Blues Bob Marley & The Wailers Label: Polygram Records Release Date: 2/5/1991 1 Talkin' - :17 2 Talkin' Blues [Studio Recorded][#] - 4:38 3 Talkin' - :21 4 Burnin' and Lootin' - 6:36 5 Talkin' - :49 6 Kinky Reggae - 5:08 7 Get up, Stand Up - 4:44 8 Talkin' - :57 9 Slave Driver - 3:47 10 Talkin' - 1:31 11 Walk the Proud Land - 3:30 12 Talkin' - :51 13 You Can't Blame the Youth - 4:06 14 Talkin' - :36 15 Rastaman Chant - 6:23 16 Talkin' - 1:44 17 Am-A-Do [Studio Recorded][#] - 3:07 18 Talkin' - 1:00 19 Bend Down Low [Studio Recorded][#] - 2:41 20 Talkin' - 1:52 21 I Shot the Sheriff - 7:12

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TALKIN' SMACK
Greg | London, Ontario | 09/28/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Of all non-studio (aka official) Marley albums this one is by far the best. Recorded at a live in-studio performance in San Francisco for KSAN radio in 1973. This album showcases Bob at his very best. Intercut between tracks is an interview Bob did in 1975 for JBC Radio. The interview is good although somtimes slow, however the music here is truely exceptional. The versions of 'Slave Driver' & 'Kinky Reggae' are simply amazing. They are faster than the album versions and are performed with much more energy. Talkin' Blues also features the previously unreleased "Am-A-Do' which is a fine song to play if you have that 'special lady friend over'. This album will be re-released (remastered) sometime in 2002 so if you don't already own this; hold out for that. The performance of these songs is taken from a longer session, so hopefully there'll be more to offer the second time around. Get it? Got it? Good."
Marley and co. at perhaps their rawest
Andre M. | Mt. Pleasant, SC United States | 07/19/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is perhaps the rawest of the CD's of Marley's music that has surfaced since his untimely death in 1980. Mostly recorded at San Francisco's KSAN in 1973, we have some amazing versions of somewhat familiar tunes like "Rastaman Chant," "Bend Down Low" and "Kinky Reggae," etc. There is also Peter Tosh's interesting "You Can't Blame The Youth" with it's really thought-provoking lyrics, the title cut, which might surprise some people who still associate Marley mainly with "love and peace" songs like "One Love." The scorcher here is "Get Up Stand Up" with Peter Tosh delivering the original lyrics which were then considered too blasphemous and inflammatory for mass consumption. There are also interviews with Bob inserted between the songs, which require repeated listening for those unfaliliar with Jamaican patois."
Talkin' reggae
roarscach | Barcelona(Spain) | 06/20/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"When Bob Marley was giving the interview contained in this cd, he wouldn't ever imagine that this will be part of his finest cd. Talkings, rare tracks, live versions.....a must have."