Reggae great Bob Marley would have been 75 on Feb 6. In Redemption Song, Marley calls his listeners to action: "Won't you help to sing / These songs of freedom?"
Bob Marley once said “One good thing about music, when it hits you feel no pain...” Enjoy Bunny Wailer, Manu Chao and Bushman singing the Wailer’s classic, “Soul Rebel,” along with musicians from around the world.
You, preacher man don't tell me
Heaven is under the earth
Get up, stand up
Stand up for your rights
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We invite you to enjoy this classic Bob Marley song, "I Shot the Sheriff" performed live outside by Mermans Mosengo and Ali Boulala in the beautiful Kingdom of Bahrain.
Bob Marley wrote Get Up, Stand Up in 1973 while touring Haiti. It has become a grassroots world anthem of the fightback movement and sound best performed before a big, live audience.