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Bob Marley & the Wailers' classic Exodus album, the ninth studio album from the band, was released on June 3, 1977, featuring a new backing band including brothers Carlton and Aston 'Family Man' Barrett on drums and bass, Tyrone Downie on keyboards, Alvin 'Seeco' Patterson on percussion, and the I Threes, Judy Mowatt, Marcia Griffiths and Rita Marley on backing vocals, and newest member Julian 'Junior Marvin' on guitar. The album was released on June 3, 1977, just six months after an assassination attempt was made on Bob Marley's life in Jamaica in December, forcing him to flee to London, where Exodus was recorded. 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of Exodus named the Best Album of the 20th Century by Time magazine in 1999 with a series of four separate reissues, three of which will feature Exodus 40 - The Movement Continues, son Ziggy Marley's newly curated 'restatement' of the original album. As part of the celebration, Ziggy Marley has intimately revisited the original session recordings, uncovering unused and never-before-heard vocals, lyric phrasing and instrumentation, incorporating and transforming these various elements into brand-new session takes. This two CD set includes the original Exodus and Exodus 40 - The Movement Continues.
CD1 1. Natural Mystic 2. So Much Things to Say 3. Guiltiness 4. The Heathen 5. Exodus 6. Jamming 7. Waiting in Vain 8. Turn Your Lights Down Low 9. Three Little Birds 10. One Love/People Get Ready
CD2 1. Exodus 2. Natural Mystic 3. The Heathen 4. Guiltiness 5. Jamming 6. One Love / People Get Ready 7. Turn Your Lights Down Low 8. Waiting in Vain 9. Three Little Birds 10. So Much Things to Say
CD3 1. Natural Mystic 2. So Much Things to Say 3. Guiltiness 4. The Heathen 5. Burnin' and Lootin' 6. Positive Vibration 7. Jamming 8. Exodus