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There's a reason why this best-of collection has been a steady bestseller since it debuted in 1984: It's got the goods. The 14 songs on Legend go a long way toward demonstrating why Marley rose to become an international superstar. The man melded potent hooks, straight-shooting sincerity, and reggae riddims into some of the most engaging pop anywhere. There's the propulsive "Could You Be Loved," the revolutionary "Get Up Stand Up," which he wrote with Peter Tosh, and the Dylanesque anthem "Redemption Song." The hit parade rolls on with Marley classics like "No Woman No Cry," "I Shot the Sheriff," and the aching love song "Waiting in Vain." Like Marley himself, these songs are truly charismatic. If you can't afford the remarkable Songs of Freedom box set, this disc captures the best of Bob. And that's pretty much the best there is.
LP1 A1. Is This Love A2. No Woman, No Cry A3. Could You Be Loved A4. Three Little Birds
B1. Buffalo Soldier B2. Get Up Stand Up B3. Stir It Up B4. Easy Skanking
LP2 C1. One Love/People Get Ready C2. I Shot the Sheriff C3. Waiting in Vain C4. Redemption Song
D1. Satisfy My Soul D2. Exodus D3. Jamming D4. Punky Reggae Party