Bob Marley & The Wailers – Live Forever: The Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, September 23, 1980 (Universal Music, 2011)
Jamaican reggae star Bob Marley Continues to be one of the most cherished figures in the international music scene. His signature songs are frequently covered by artists in various genres, from Rihanna and the Dave Matthews Band to Stevie Wonder and Chris Cornell. Bob Marley’s new double album Live Forever: The Stanley Theatre was recorded thirty years ago and it was Bob Marley’s last recorded concert.
Bob Marley & The Wailers – Live Forever: The Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, September 23, 1980 presents a collection of the legendary artist’s most popular songs, including Jamming, Exodus, Positive Vibration, Redemption Song, Them Belly Full, Could You Be Loved, Is This Love, Crazy Baldhead, his rally cry for equality Get Up Stand Up, War/No More, No Woman No Cry and much more.
“Bob’s music has always conveyed a message of hope, unity and love,” says Rita Marley. “It has brought countless people together as it did that night 30 years ago in Pittsburgh. To hear that music today and to be able to share it with a new generation shows that Bob is as relevant today as he was 30 years ago.”
Bob Marley & The Wailers – Live Forever: The Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, September 23, 1980 show’s Bob Marley and the Wailers at their best and is an excellent addition to Bob Marley’s discography. The set comes in various formats including 2CD/3LP/digital.
Author: Angel Romero
Angel Romero y Ruiz has been writing about world music and progressive music for many years. He founded the websites worldmusiccentral.org and musicasdelmundo.com. Angel co-produced “Musica NA”, a music show for Televisión Española (TVE) in Spain that featured an eclectic mix of world music, fusion, electronica, new age and contemporary classical music. Angel also produced and remastered world music and electronic music albums, compilations and boxed sets for Alula Records, Ellipsis Arts, Music of the World, Lektronic Soundscapes, and Mindchild Records. He was also the executive producer of the first Latino feature film made in North Carolina titled “Los sueños de Angélica.”.