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Bob Marley And The Wailers*Soul Revolution Part II

Label:Upsetter – none
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Jamaica
Released:
Genre:Reggae
Style:Roots Reggae

Tracklist

A1Keep On Moving2:57
A2Don't Rock My Boat4:25
A3Put It On3:22
A4Fussing & Fighting2:18
A5Duppy Conqueror V/43:10
A6Memphis2:00
B1Riding High2:38
B2Kaya2:28
B3African Herbman2:16
B4Stand Alone2:00
B5Sun Is Shining2:05
B6Brain Washing2:31
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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Soul Revolution Part II (LP, Album)Black Heart (2)noneUS1971
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Soul Revolution (LP, Album, White Label)Trojan Records, Trojan RecordsTTL 66, TTL 65UK1971
New Submission
Soul Revolution Part II (LP, Album, Reissue)Pressure DiskLP-507US1975
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Soul Revolution (LP, Album)Splash Records (4)SH 8030Canada1979
New Submission
Soul Revolution (Cassette, Album, Stereo, Cream Shell)Splash Records (4)SH-4-8030Canada1979

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  • MycoMerchant's avatar
    MycoMerchant
    Is the Dub copy included in this release? I have a sound system copy of both the vocal and dub version of the record. The dub version was pressed with the same label but is rarely seen with a cover. My cover is a Soul Revolution Part 2 cover with dub notes from Scratch on the sleeve. I can post pictures / details but am not sure if it should be a separate release page.
    • BarrieStreet's avatar
      BarrieStreet
      The copy I have is from URTI an obscure Canadian company (URTI 403
      ). I'll get around to adding it.
      • dlgale1974's avatar
        dlgale1974
        Following on from "Soul Rebels" again they team up with producer Lee Scratch Perry. This is the last work they did with him and the album includes several songs that were re-recorded and re-released once they had signed with Island Records. The contrast in production between these and the later versions is interesting. The sound quality on my version isn't too hot but that doesn't really dampen my appreciation too much. The style is similar to "Soul Rebels" and "The Best of the Wailers" but I don't think the selection of tunes is a strong as either of those two albums. That said there are still some great songs on here, I really like this version of "Satisfy My Soul" (Don't Rock My Boat), "Stand Alone" is very tender, and I would recommend the album to anyone.
        • wordsforthepictures's avatar
          Note that a few of these releases - those marked "dub" and "rhythm" - are actually instrumental versions of the album. They should probably be merged with the CD of "Upsetter Revolution Rhythm," which is the instrumental album with an extra track or two. (http://www.discogs.com/Bob-Marley-The-Wailers-Upsetter-Revolution-Rhythm/release/2050980)

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