CHAPTER 1:
WAILERS PRODUCTIONS

In 1966 The Wailers recorded two final songs at Coxsone´s Studio One. They released “Bend Down Low” and “Freedom Time” on their first single on the new founded label “Wail´N Soul´M”. Bunny tells, they sold around 40.000 copies of their first record.

The label “Wail ´N´ Soul” was founded and owned by Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer and Rita Marley. Rita Marley was part of the group. She even paid for some 7-inches as the Matrix RM indicates. Previously Rita Marley was member of the Studio One´s Soulettes who had finished in 1966. Later Rita Marley was member of the Tuff Gong´s Soulettes but in 1967 these were not founded.
In 1967 they recorded and released a dozen new songs, the earlier ones with a supporting horns section. Most of them are now called classics.
During Bunny´s fourteen months imprisonment during 1968 and 1969 only a few songs were released, those were not that successful and the label became more and more inactive.
In 1969 Bunny reinstalled the Wail´N Sou´M records shop, and started to sell old stock copies to have some money to release some new tracks like “Feel Alright” and “Tread Along”.
To get some money for their own productions The Wailers sold some ten songs to Leslie Kong (released on the album “The Best Of The Wailers”) and four to Ted Pouder (released on 7-inches).
They went to Lee Perry who was busy feeding the UK market with his Upsetter productions. This led to the release of “My Cup” on a blank labeled 7-inch, followed by “Duppy Conqueror”, a number one hit in Jamaica with over 50.000 sold copies, so tells Bunny. The album “Soul Rebel” was the first artists album released in Jamaica and UK at the same time. It was followed by the album “Soul Revolution” on Upsetter.
This helped to release a lot of new 7-inches and some represses of old songs during 1970 and 1971 in Jamaica on the label now re-named “Tuff Gong”. It also helped to start to feed the US market with some exported Tuff Gong 7-inches. During this time jamaican soccer star Alan “Skill” Cole became the first manager of The Wailers.
Meanwhile the controversely treated JAD team met The Wailers through a contact made by Mortimer Planno. The Wailers made a private recording for Planno and some demo recordings for JAD meant to convince foreign labels to sign a contract with The Wailers. The two singles released by JAD (“Bend Down Low” / “Mellow Mood” and “Reggae On Broadway” / Oh Lord, I Got To Get There” are not credited to The Wailers but to Bob Marley and Bob Marley Plus Two. Bunny Wailer treats these as no Wailers tracks and all releases of further demos as illegitime.

OCTOBER 1966

Bend Down Low

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer and Rita Marley.
Backing by The Soul Brothers.
There is a common mistake that this one would be produced by Clancy Eccles. The reason for this mistake is a licensing deal between Rita Marley and Clancy Eccles for the tracks “Nice Time” and “Mellow Mood” for inclusion on the Trojan Compilation “Foolish Fool” by Cythnia Richards and Friends. Info from DD2.
Recorded at Jamaica Recording Studio One in October 1966 at one session together with “Freedom Time”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M (stars label), 1966, a-side: (Matrix: CS Dodd – 127-RM01) Bend Down Low / b-side: (Matrix: CS Dodd – 128-RM02) Freedom Time
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M (three-coloured label), 1967, a-side: (Matrix: CS Dodd – 127-RM01) Bend Down Low / b-side: Mellow Mood
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Wail´N Soul´M), later in 1967, a-side: Hurting Inside (Matrix: WIRL BM 3708-2) / b-side: Bend Down Low (Matrix: CS Dodd – 127-RM01)
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Wail´N Soul´M), 1968, a-side: Play Play Play / b-side: (Matrix: CS Dodd – 127-RM01) Bend Down Low
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Tuff Gong), 1971, a-side: Bend Down Low (Matrix: CS Dodd – 127-RM01) / b-side: Freedom Time (Matrix: CS Dodd – 128-RM02)
UK 7-inch release: Island WI 3043, April 1967, a-side: Bend Down Low / b-side: Freedom Time
Jamaican Longplay release: The Best of Bob Marley and The Wailers, Studio One (1970s pressings coming in a sleeve with the three faces and pressings since the 1980s coming in a sleeve showing three dreads) (2,34)
USA CD release: One Love at Studio One, Heartbeat HB 111 / 112, 1991 (2,33)
UK CD release: Songs of Freedom, Island, 1992 (2,31)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,31)
USA Longplay release: One Love At Studio One 1964 – 1966, Heartbeat HB 319, 2006, 2-LP (2,33)
USA CD release: One Love At Studio One 1964 – 1966, Heartbeat HB 319, 2006, 2-CD (2,33)

Freedom Time

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer and Rita Marley.
Backing by The Soul Brothers.
Recorded at Jamaica Recording Studio One in October 1966 at one session together with “Bend Down Low”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M (stars label), 1966, a-side: (Matrix: CS Dodd – 127-RM01) Bend Down Low / b-side: (Matrix: CS Dodd – 128-RM02) Freedom Time
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M, 1967, a-side: Freedom Time (Matrix: CS Dodd – 128-RM02) / ?
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Wail´N Soul´M), later in 1967, a-side: Hurting Inside (Matrix: WIRL BM 3708) / b-side: Freedom Time (Matrix: CS Dodd – 128-RM02)
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Tuff Gong), 1971, a-side: (Matrix: CS Dodd – 127-RM01) Bend Down Low / b-side: (Matrix: CS Dodd – 128-RM02) Freedom Time
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, ca. 1971, a-side: Play Play Play / b-side: (Matrix: CS Dodd – 128-RM02) Freedom Time (The a-side is Mis-labeled as Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah.)
UK 7-inch release: Island WI 3043, April 1967, a-side: Bend Down Low / b-side: Freedom Time
USA CD release: One Love at Studio One, Heartbeat HB 111 / 112, 1991 (2,51)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part IV – Freedom Time, JAD AB 1233-1, 2002 (2,47)
French CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 9 – Freedom Time, EMI / Fifty Five 537324-2, 2002 (2,47)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (2,46)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,47)
USA Longplay release: One Love At Studio One 1964 – 1966, Heartbeat HB 319, 2006, 2-LP (2,49)
USA CD release: One Love At Studio One 1964 – 1966, Heartbeat HB 319, 2006, 2-CD (2,49)

1967

Nice Time

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer and Rita Marley.
Probably bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, guitars by Lynn Taitt and Ranford Williams, piano by Winston Wright, trumpet by Dizzy Moore, trombone by Vin Gordon and Daniel Seemo Simpson.
There is a common mistake that this one would be produced by Clancy Eccles. The reason for this mistake is a licensing deal between Rita Marley and Clancy Eccles for the tracks “Nice Time” and “Mellow Mood” for inclusion on the Trojan Compilation “Foolish Fool” by Cythnia Richards and Friends. Somehow this info was mixed up with the release of Hypocrites / Nice Time. Info from DD2.
Recorded at West Indies Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M (red writing on white background) (white writing on black background) (Black writing on red background), early 1967, a-side: Hypocrites (Matrix: WIRL – BM 3084-1) / b-side: Nice Time (Matrix: WIRL – BM 3083-1) (2,40) (The 7-inch is 5 seconds shorter as the CD. I have a recording from Idali as mp3.)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M, 1967, a-side: Thank You Lord (Matrix: WIRL-BM 3086-1) / b-side: Nice Time (Matrix: WIRL – BM 3083-1)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Play Play Play / b-side: Nice Time
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1972, a-side: Nice Time / Version (Rock It Version)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1983, a-side: Nice Time / b-side: Hypocrites
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1993, a-side: Nice Time / b-side: Hypocrites
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, late 90ies, a-side: Nice Time / b-side: Hypocrites (2,33)
UK 7-inch release: Doctor Bird DB 1091, 1967, a-side: Nice Time / b-side: Hypocrite
UK 7-inch release: Fabulous FAB 37 a-side: Nice Time (2,28) / b-side: Hypocrites
USA 7-inch release: Tuff Gong TG 5003, 1972, a-side: Concete Jungle / b-side: Nice Time
Canada 7-inch release: WIRL, a-side: Nice Time / b-side: It Hurts To Be Alone
USA Longplay release: All The Hits, Rohit Records, RRLP 7757, 1990 (2,32)
USA CD release: All The Hits, Rohit Records, RRLP 7757, 1990 (2,38) (“All The Hits” has some echo on of the vocals, so some call this an “Echo Mix”. As this one didn´t appear at CW and the echo didn´t seem to be “in sound”, I suppose that one is a consequence of an inferior production of that album.)
France CD release: Nice Time, Esoldun, 1991 (2,32)
UK CD release: Songs of Freedom, Island, 1992 (2,45)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,43)

Hypocrite

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer and Rita Marley.
Probably bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, guitars by Lynn Taitt and Ranford Williams, piano by Winston Wright, trumpet by Dizzy Moore, trombone by Vin Gordon and Daniel Seemo Simpson.
There is a common mistake that this one would be produced by Clancy Eccles. The reason for this mistake is a licensing deal between Rita Marley and Clancy Eccles for the tracks “Nice Time” and “Mellow Mood” for inclusion on the Trojan Compilation “Foolish Fool” by Cynthia Richards and Friends. Somehow this info was mixed up with the release of Hypocrites / Nice Time. Info from DD2.
Recorded at West Indies Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M (red writing on white background) (white writing on black background), early 1967, a-side: Hypocrites (Matrix: WIRL – BM 3084-1) (2,35) / b-side: Nice Time (Matrix: WIRL – BM 3083-1) (The 7-inch is 2 seconds longer as the CD. I have a recording from Idali as mp3.)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M, 1967 a-side: Hypocrites (Matrix: WIRL – BM 3084-1) / b-side: Pound Get A Blow (Matrix: WIRL-BM 3673-1)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1983, a-side: Nice Time / b-side: Hypocrites
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1993, a-side: Nice Time / b-side: Hypocrites
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, late 90ies, a-side: Nice Time (2,40) / b-side: Hypocrites
UK 7-inch release: Fabulous FAB 37 a-side: Nice Time / b-side: Hypocrites (I have an info that this one runs 2,55, 15 seconds longer. To be confirmed.)
UK 7-inch release: Doctor Bird DB 1091, 1967, a-side: Nice Time / b-side: Hypocrite
UK CD release: Songs of Freedom, Island, 1992 (2,33)

Hypocrites (Alternate)

Recorded at West Indies Studio.
Previously unreleased.
USA Longplay release: All The Hits, Rohit Records, RRLP 7757, 1990 (2,44)
France CD release: Nice Time, Esoldun 1991 (2,42)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part IV – Freedom Time, JAD AB 1233-1, 2002 (2,44)
French CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 9 – Freedom Time, EMI / Fifty Five 537324-2, 2002 (2,44)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (2,42)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,43)

Mellow Mood

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh, (and Bunny Wailer ?) and Rita Marley.
Probably bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, guitars by Lynn Taitt and Ranford Williams, piano by Winston Wright, trumpet by Dizzy Moore, trombone by Vin Gordon and Daniel Seemo Simpson.
Recorded October 1966, released 1967.
There is a common mistake that this one would be produced by Clancy Eccles. The reason for this mistake is a licensing deal between Rita Marley and Clancy Eccles for the tracks “Nice Time” and “Mellow Mood” for inclusion on the Trojan Compilation “Foolish Fool” by Cythnia Richards and Friends. Info from DD2.
Recorded at West Indies Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M, 1967, a-side: Mellow Mood (Matrix: WIRL-BM-3085-1) / b-side: Thank You Lord (Matrix: WIRL-BM 3086-1)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M (three-coloured label), 1967, a-side: Bend Down Low (Matrix: CS Dodd – 127-RM01) / b-side: Mellow Mood (Matrix: WIRL-BM-3085-1)
USA 7-inch release: Tuff Gong TG 5006, 1972, a-side: Thank You Lord / b-side: Mellow Mood
UK 7-inch release: (Blank, Fabulous FAB 36) a-side: Thank You Lord / b-side: Mellow Mood
USA Longplay release: All The Hits, Rohit Records, RRLP 7757, 1990 (3,32)
France CD release: Nice Time, Esoldun 1991 (3,31)
UK CD release: Songs of Freedom, Island, 1992 (3,32)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (3,29)

Thank You Lord

Traditional. Maybe it is only the theme that is traditional and the song is written by Bob Marley. When the song is covered by The Gladiators they give a writer credit to Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh, (and Bunny Wailer ?) and Rita Marley, maybe supported by Hortense Lewis.
Probably bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, guitars by Lynn Taitt and Ranford Williams, piano by Winston Wright, trumpet by Dizzy Moore, trombone by Vin Gordon and Daniel Seemo Simpson, maybe Peter Tosh on guitar.
Recorded at West Indies Studio, maybe at the same session with “This Train”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M, 1967, a-side: Mellow Mood (Matrix: WIRL-BM-3085-1) / b-side: Thank You Lord (Matrix: WIRL-BM 3086-1)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M, 1967, a-side: Thank You Lord (Matrix: WIRL-BM 3086-1) / b-side: Nice Time (Matrix: WIRL – BM 3084-1)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1973, a-side: Craven Version / b-side: Thank You Lord
UK 7-inch release: FAB 36 (Blank) a-side: Thank You Lord / b-side: Mellow Mood
USA 7-inch release: Tuff Gong TG 5006, 1972, a-side: Thank You Lord / b-side: Mellow Mood
USA Longplay release: All The Hits, Rohit Records, RRLP 7757, 1990 (3,41)
France CD release: Nice Time, 1991 (3,45)
UK CD release: Songs of Freedom, Island, 1992 (3,41)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (3,35) End is slightly cut.

Bus Dem Shut (Pyaka)

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer and Rita Marley.
Probably bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, guitars by Lynn Taitt and Ranford Williams, piano by Winston Wright.
Recorded at West Indies Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M, 1967, a-side: Bus Dem Shut (2,48) / b-side: Lyrical Satirical I (The 7-inch is 6 seconds longer as the CD. I have a recording from Idali as mp3.)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M, 1967, a-side: Bus Dem Shut / b-side: Stir It Up (Info by DD5)
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Wail´N Soul´M) BM 4230, 1968, a-side: Fire Fire / b-side: Bus Dem Shut
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Funeral / b-side: Bus Dem Shut (The a-side is mis-labeled as Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah.)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Bus Dem Shut / b-side: Fire Fire
UK release: FAB 41, 1968, a-side: Burial / b-side: Bus Dem Shut (Info by DD4)
UK CD release: Songs of Freedom, Island, 1992 (2,41)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,42)

Stir It Up

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh, (and Bunny Wailer ?) and Rita Marley.
Probably bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, guitars by Lynn Taitt and Ranford Williams, piano by Winston Wright.
Recorded at West Indies Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M, early 1967, a-side: Stir It Up (Matrix: RM-45-628B) (3,13) / b-side: This Train (Matrix: WIRL BM 3274-2) (The 7-inch is 6 seconds longer as the CD. I have a recording from Idali as mp3 and from my own vinyl on “rastaman collection I – Bob Marley Vol. 13, CDR”.)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M, 1967, a-side: Bus Dem Shut / b-side: Stir It Up
UK 7-inch release: Trojan TR 617, October 1968, a-side: Stir It Up / b-side: This Train
UK CD release: Songs of Freedom, Island, 1992 (3,03)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (3,08)

Lyrical Satirical I

Written by Bob Marley.
Instrumental.
Bunny Wailer on tambourine, Bob Marley and Peter Tosh on guitar, Constantine Dream Walker on funde, Alvin Seeco Patterson on percussion.
Recorded at West Indies Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M, 1967, a-side: Bus Dem Shut / b-side: Lyrical Satirical I
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part IV – Freedom Time, JAD AB 1233-1, 2002 (2,42)
French CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 9 – Freedom Time, EMI / Fifty Five 537324-2, 2002 (2,42)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,43)

This Train

Traditional, adapted by The Wailers.
Lead vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Harmonies by Bob Marley and Peter Tosh.
Bunny Wailer on tamborine, Alvin Seeco Patterson and Constantine Dream Walker on funde.
Peter Tosh and probably Bob Marley on guitars.
Recorded at West Indies Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M, early 1967, a-side: Stir It Up (Matrix: RM-45-628B) / b-side: This Train (Matrix: WIRL BM 3274-2)(3,35)
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Wail´N Soul´M), later in 1967, a-side: Hurting Inside (Matrix: WIRL BM 3708-2) / b-side: This Train (Matrix: WIRL BM 3274-2)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Hurting Inside / b-side: This Train
UK 7-inch release: Trojan TR 617, October 1968, a-side: Stir It Up / b-side: This Train
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part IV – Freedom Time, JAD AB 1233-1, 2002 (3,37)
French CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 9 – Freedom Time, EMI / Fifty Five 537324-2, 2002 (3,37)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (3,37) This song appears twice at this Box.

1968, APRIL

Funeral

Written by Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer.
Lead vocals by Peter Tosh.
Harmonies by Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer and Rita Marley.
Trumpet by Dizzy Moore. Probably bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, guitars by Lynn Taitt and Ranford Williams, piano by Winston Wright.
Recorded at West Indies Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M, 1967, a-side: Funeral (Matrix: WIRL-3672-1-BM) (3,36) / b-side: Pound Get A Blow (Matrix: WIRL-BM 3673-1) (The 7-inch is 15seconds longer as the CD. I have a recording from Idali as mp3.)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Funeral / b-side: Bus Dem Shut (The a-side is mis-labeled as Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah.)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, ca. 1971, a-side: Funeral / b-side: Pound Get A Blow
Jamaican 7-inch release: Impact, (Reissue) ca. 2000, a-side: (Matrix: WIRL BM 3673-1) Pound Get A Blow / b-side: (Matrix: WIRL BM 3673 -2) Burial (= Funeral) (3,34) Thirteen seconds longer as the CD. This reissue have different matrixes as the original release.
UK 7-inch release: FAB 41, 1968, a-side: Burial / b-side: Bus Dem Shut (Info by DD4)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part IV – Freedom Time, JAD AB 1233-1, 2002 (3,21)
French CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 9 – Freedom Time, EMI / Fifty Five 537324-2, 2002 (3,21)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (3,21)

Pound Get A Blow

Written by Peter Tosh and Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Peter Tosh.
Harmonies by Bob Marley and Rita Marley.
Bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, sax by Tommy Mc Cook and Johnny Moore on trumpet. Probably guitars by Lynn Taitt and Ranford Williams, piano by Winston Wright.
Recorded at West Indies Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M, 1967, a-side: Funeral (Matrix: WIRL-3672-1-BM) / b-side: Pound Get A Blow (Matrix: WIRL-BM 3673-1)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M, 1967 a-side: Hypocrites (Matrix: WIRL – BM 3084-1) / b-side: Pound Get A Blow (Matrix: WIRL-BM 3673-1)
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Wail´N Soul´M), 1968, a-side: Fire Fire / b-side: Pound Get A Blow
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, ca. 1971, a-side: Funeral / b-side: Pound Get A Blow
Jamaican 7-inch release: Impact (Re-issue) ca. 2000, a-side: Pound Get A Blow (2,44) / b-side: Burial (Funeral)
USA CD release: Peter Tosh – Honorary Citizen, Sony, 1997 (2,49)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part IV – Freedom Time, JAD AB 1233-1, 2002 (2,44)
French CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 9 – Freedom Time, EMI / Fifty Five 537324-2, 2002 (2,44)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (2,43)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,44)

Stepping Razor

Written by Joe Higgs.
Lead vocals by Peter Tosh.
Harmonies by Bob Marley and Rita Marley.
Alvin Seeco Patterson on percussion. Probably bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, guitars by Lynn Taitt and Ranford Williams, piano by Winston Wright, sax by Tommy McCook or Roland Alphonso.
A different opinion says, this recording was made in 1968. Fact is there is only one recording made in 1967 or 1968.
Recorded at West Indies Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Wail´N Soul´M), late 1967, a-side: Stepping Razor / b-side: Hypocrites
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1972, a-side: Stepping Razor / b-side: The Letter Version (Wailers)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Intel-Diplo, 1973, a-side: Dog Teeth / b-side: Version (in fact Stepping Razor, cut by The Wailers)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part IV – Freedom Time, JAD AB 1233-1, 2002 (2,26)
French CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 9 – Freedom Time, EMI / Fifty Five 537324-2, 2002 (2,26)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,27)

I´m Hurting Inside

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Rita Marley and Peter Tosh.
Sax by Tommy Mc Cook. Probably bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, guitars by Lynn Taitt and Ranford Williams, piano by Winston Wright.
Recorded at West Indies Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Wail´N Soul´M), later in 1967, a-side: Hurting Inside (Matrix: WIRL BM 3708-2) / b-side: Freedom Time (Matrix: CS Dodd–128-RM02)
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Wail´N Soul´M, later in 1967, a-side: Hurting Inside (Matrix: WIRL BM 3708-2) / b-side: This Train (Matrix: WIRL BM 3274-2)
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Wail´N Soul´M), later in 1967, a-side: Hurting Inside (Matrix: WIRL BM 3708-2) / b-side: Bend Down Low (Matrix: CS Dodd – 127-RM01)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Hurting Inside / b-side: This Train
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part IV – Freedom Time, JAD AB 1233-1, 2002 (3,15)
French CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 9 – Freedom Time, EMI / Fifty Five 537324-2, 2002 (3,15)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (3,15)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (3,15)
Note: In 2006 a couple of 7-inches appeared in JA with a new vocal recording over the “Hurting Inside” riddim on the a-side and the riddim of “Hurting Inside” on the b-side.

Play Play Play (Soulettes)

Written by Rita Marley.
Lead vocals by Rita Marley.
Harmonies by Bob Marley and Peter Tosh.
Probably bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, guitars by Lynn Taitt and Ranford Williams, piano by Winston Wright, trumpet by Dizzy Moore.
Recorded at West Indies Studios.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Wail´N Soul´M), 1968, a-side: Play Play Play / b-side: Bend Down Low (Matrix: CS Dodd – 127-RM01)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Play Play Play / b-side: Nice Time
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, ca. 1971, a-side: Play Play Play / b-side: Freedom Time (Matrix: CS Dodd – 128-RM02) (The a-side is Mis-labeled as “Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah”.)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part IV – Freedom Time, JAD AB 1233-1, 2002 (2,34)
French CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 9 – Freedom Time, EMI / Fifty Five 537324-2, 2002 (2,34)
EU CD release: Rita & The Soulettes – Play Play, Universal, 2004 (2,34)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,35)

Mus´ Get A Beatin´, Dem A Fi Get A Beaten

The title is given this way on some handwritten titles on some blank labeled singles. The song is released on CD titled as “Dem A Fi Get A Beatin´”.
Written by Peter Tosh.
Lead vocals by Peter Tosh.
Harmonies by Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer and Rita Marley.
Probably bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, guitars by Lynn Taitt and Ranford Williams, organ by Winston Wright, trombone by Vin Gordon and Daniel Seemo Simpson, percussion by Seeco Patterson.
Recorded at West Indies Studios.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank), 1968, a-side: Mus´ Get A Beatin´/ b-side: Fire Fire (Only three copies of this 7-inch are still existing.)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part IV – Freedom Time, JAD AB 1233-1, 2002 (1,49)
French CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 9 – Freedom Time, EMI / Fifty Five 537324-2, 2002 (1,49)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (1,50)

Fire Fire

Written by Bob Marley or by Peter Tosh, adapted from a traditional.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley and Peter Tosh.
Harmonies by Rita Marley.
Bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, baritone sax by Ska Campbell, trombone by Vin Gordon, Winston Wright on piano, Alvin Seeco Patterson on percussion, Peter Tosh on guitar.
Recorded at West Indies Studios.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank), 1968, Dem A Fi Get A Beatin´ / Fire Fire (Only three copies of this 7-inch are still existing.)
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Wail´N Soul´M), 1968, a-side: Fire Fire (Matrix: WIRL – BM 4230-3) / b-side: Don´t Rock My Boat (Matrix: WIRL-BM-4238-2)
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Wail´N Soul´M), 1968, a-side: Fire Fire (Matrix: WIRL – BM 4230-3) / b-side: Bus Dem Shut
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Wail´N Soul´M), 1968, a-side: Fire Fire / b-side: Pound Get A Blow
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part IV – Freedom Time, JAD AB 1233-1, 2002 (1,51)
French CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 9 – Freedom Time, EMI / Fifty Five 537324-2, 2002 (1,51)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (1,50)
USA CD release: Peter Tosh – Honorary Citizen, Sony, 1997 (1,51)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (1,53)

Chances Are

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh and Rita Marley.
Bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, percussion by Alvin Seeco Patterson, organ by Winston Wright, tenor sax by Roland Alphonso.
Probably guitars by Lynn Taitt and Ranford Williams.
Recorded at West Indies Studios.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank), 1968, Chances Are / The Lord Will Make A Way Somehow
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part I – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD AB 06891, 1997 (3,20)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 2 – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD CD 1002, 1998 (3,20)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (3,20)

The Lord Will Make A Way

Written by Bob Marley, adapted from a traditional.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh and Rita Marley.
Bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, percussion by Alvin Seeco Patterson, organ by Winston Wright, tenor sax by Roland Alphonso.
Guitars probably by Lynn Taitt and Ranford Williams.
Recorded at West Indies Studios.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank), 1968, Chances Are / The Lord Will Make A Way
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part I – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD AB 06891, 1997 (2,13)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 2 – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD CD 1002, 1998 (2,13)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,14)

Don´t Rock My Boat

Written by Bob Marley.
Later known as “Satisfy My Soul”.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh and Rita Marley.
Bass by Jackie Jackson, drums by Hugh Malcolm, percussion by Alvin Seeco Patterson, organ by Winston Wright.
Guitars probably by Lynn Taitt and Ranford Williams.
Recorded at West Indies Studios.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank), 1968, a-side: Fire Fire (Matrix: WIRL – BM 4230-3) / b-side: Don´t Rock My Boat (Matrix: WIRL-BM-4238-2)
UK 7-inch release: Impact!, 2003, a-side: Satisfy My Soul (Don´t Rock My Boat) (Wailers production) / b-side: Sugar Sugar. Released on red vinyl.
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part I – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD AB 06891, 1997 (2,34)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 2 – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD CD 1002, 1998 (2,34)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (2,32)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,33)

1969

Tread Oh

Written by Bunny Wailer.
Lead vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Harmonies by Joe Sarkey and Peter Tosh.
Ras Michael on percussion, Lloyd Brevett on bass.
Probably Hugh Malcolm on drums, organ by Winston Wright, Ranford Williams on guitar. Recorded at Jamaican Broad Casting Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank), 1969, a-side: Tread Oh /Matrix: NL 524)/ b-side: Tread Oh Version (Matrix: NL 526) (This is the first song to appear with a remixed dub version as b-side at the time of first release.)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part I – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD AB 06891, 1997 (2,50)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 2 – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD CD 1002, 1998 (2,50)

Tread Oh (Version)

Recorded at Jamaican Broad Casting Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank), 1969, a-side: Tread Oh / b-side: Tread Oh Version
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part I – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD AB 06891, 1997 (2,26)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 2 – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD CD 1002, 1998 (2,26)

Rhythm

Written by Bunny Wailer.
This is the version of an elsewhere unknown vocal track called “Homeward Bound”. The vocal track was not recorded at all, so Bunny Wailer remember. When I can trust my ears some harmonies are “Long long way”, “Glory”, “Rastafari know”, “Weep no more” and “Lead my way”. That would make this song one of the earliest rasta songs by The Wailers.
Harmonies by Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer.
Probably Winston Wright on piano, Bob Marley on guitar, bass by Lloyd Brevett, drums by Hugh Malcom, percussion by Alvin Seeco Patterson.
The Matrix indicates a Bunny Wailer (Neville Livingston) production.
Recorded at Jamaican Broad Casting Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank), 1969, a-side: Feel Alright (Matrix: DYNA NL 823-1) / b-side: Rhythm (Matrix: DYNA NL 825-1) (2,31)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part I – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD AB 06891, 1997 (2,32)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 2 – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD CD 1002, 1998 (2,32)

Feel Alright

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer.
Bunny Wailer on piano, Bob Marley on guitar, Peter Tosh on organ, bass by Jackie Jackson or Lloyd Brevett.
The Matrix indicates a Bunny Wailer (Neville Livingston) production.
Recorded circa September 1969.
Recorded at Jamaican Broad Casting Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank), 1969, a-side: Feel Alright (Matrix: DYNA NL 823-1) (2,32) / b-side: Rhythm (Matrix: DYNA NL 825-1)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Wail´N Soul´M (vertical writing), a-side: Feel Alright / b-side: (?)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, a-side: Feel Alright / b-side: (?)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part I – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD AB 06891, 1997 (2,33)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 2 – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD CD 1002, 1998 (2,33)

Feel Alright (Alternate Mix)

This alternate mix don´t have the strange percussion of the original mix.
First Jamaican 7-inch release: Blank, Feel Alright (Matrix: DYNA NL 824-1) / Hurtin Inside (WIRL BM 3708-1)
EU CD release: Man To Man Box (2,31)

Comma Comma

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer.
Hugh Malcolm on drums, Carlton Barrett on bass, Peter Tosh on organ.
Probably Bob Marley and Peter Tosh on guitars.
Recorded at Randy´s late 1969 or early 1970.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Tuff Gong), 1971, a-side: Comma Comma / b-side: Trouble On The Road
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Keep On Skanking, JAD AB 07521, 1998 (1,53)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 7 – Keep On Skanking, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (1,53)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (1,53)

1970

Black Progress

Written by Bob Marley and Aston Barrett. This is a medley of this song “Black Progress” and “Say It Loud I´m Black And Proud” written by James Brown / Alfred “Pee Wee” Ellis.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, Rita Marley, Hortense Lewis, Cecile Campbell (These three are The Soulettes).
Aston Familyman Barrett on bass, Carlton Barrett on bass (These two are the rhythm section of The Upsetters), Glen Adams on organ, Alva Reggie Lewis on guitar.
Probably Lester Sterling on alto sax, Deadly Headley Bennett on tenor sax.
Recorded at the first session with Familyman and arranged by Familyman together with “Hold On To That Feeling”.
Recorded at Randy´s late 1969 or early 1970.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Tuff Gong), 1970, a-side: Black Progress (Matrix: BM 1006) / b-side: Black Progress Version (Matrix: (BM 1007)
French Maxi-CD release: JAD 474323-2, 1996: Sugar Sugar, Rock To The Rock, Black Progress, Selassie Is The Chapel
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part I – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD AB 06891, 1997 (2,31)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 2 – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD CD 1002, 1998 (2,31)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (2,29)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,30)

Black Progress (Version)

Instrumental.
Recorded at Randy´s late 1969 or early 1970.
Mixed by Errol “E.T.” Thompson.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Tuff Gong), 1970, a-side: (Matrix: BM 1006) Black Progress/ b-side: (Matrix: (BM 1007) Black Progress Version
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part I – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD AB 06891, 1997 (2,38)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 2 – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD CD 1002, 1998 (2,38)
French LP release: Jungle Dub Part II, JAD AB 1075.1, 2001 (2,38)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,38)

Give Me A Ticket

Written by Thompson Wayne Carson as The Letter, adapted by Peter Tosh. A pop hit for „The Box Tops“ in 1967.
Lead vocals by Peter Tosh.
Harmonies by Bunny Wailer, Bob Marley and Rita Marley.
Probably Hugh Malcolm on drums, Jackie Jackson on bass, Alva Reggie Lewis on guitar, Glen Adams on piano.
Recorded at Randy´s.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tempa, 1971, a-side: Give Me A Ticket / b-side: The Letter Version
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part I – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD AB 06891, 1997 (1,59)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 2 – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD CD 1002, 1998 (1,59)

Version (Give Me A Ticket Alternate)

Lead vocals by Rita Marley.
Harmonies by Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer.
This variation is the same as mentioned before with Peter Toshs lead scrubbed, so that it sounds as if Rita Marley sings lead, although he shares harmonies with Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer.
Recorded at Randy´s.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tempa, 1971, a-side: Give Me A Ticket / b-side: Version
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1972, a-side: Stepping Razor / b-side: Version (Wailers)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part I – Best Of The Wailers, JAD AB 06891, 1997 (2,02)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 3 – Best Of The Wailers, JAD CD 1002, 1998 (2,02)
EU CD release: Rita & The Soulettes – Play Play, Universal, 2004 (1,57)

Oppressor Man

Written by Peter Tosh.
Lead vocals by Peter Tosh.
Recorded at Randy´s. RS writes, it would be recorded in summer 1970 and it would be the second recording. Compared with the Lee Perry recording of January 1971 in sound specially in the use of the rhythm guitar it seems more likely that “Opressor Man” would be recorded later in 1971 to be the third recording of the track in fact.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Trans Am, 1970, a-side: Oppressor Man (4,09) / b-side: Oppressor Dub
Released on CD: Black Dignity, 2004

Version, Oppressor Man Version

Jamaican 7-inch release: Trans Am, 1970, a-side: Oppressor Man / b-side: Oppressor Dub (3,56)
Released on CD: Black Dignity, 2004

Trouble On The Road Again

Written by Bob Marley.
Vocals by Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer.
Hugh Malcom on drums, Lloyd Brevett on bass, Bob Marley on guitar, Peter Tosh on guitar, Peter Tosh on piano.
Recorded at Randy´s four track late 1969 or early 1970.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Tuff Gong), 1971, a-side: Comma Comma / b-side: Trouble On The Road
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part I – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD AB 06891, 1997 (2,34)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 2 – Selassie Is The Chapel, JAD CD 1002, 1998 (2,34)

Hold On To This Feeling

Written by Johnny Bristol, P. Sawyer and J. Hinton. A Motown hit for Junior Walker and The All Stars.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley and Rita Marley.
Harmonies by Bunny Wailer, Peter Tosh, Cecile Campbell, Hortense Lewis.
Carlton Barrett or Hugh Malcolm on drums, Aston Barrett on bass, Alva Reggie Lewis on guitar, Glen Adams on keyboards, Lester Sterling on alto sax, Deadly Headley Bennett on tenor sax.
Recorded at Randy´s.
Recorded at the first session with Familyman and arranged by Familyman together with “Black Progress”.
One of the very first tracks for the Tuff Gong label.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1970, a-side: (Matrix: DYNA – WLRS 2118-1) Hold On To This Feeling (Bob & Rita & Lester Sterling All Stars) / b-side: (Matrix: DYNA – WLRS 2117-1) Hold On To This Feeling (Version). (This single has the early label with “Tuff” above and “Gong” written downwards on the right side.) (2,57)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part I – Best Of The Wailers, JAD AB 06891, 1997 (2,58)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 3 – Best Of The Wailers, JAD CD 1002, 1998 (2,58)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (2,54)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,57)

Hold On To This Feeling (Version)

Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1970, a-side: (Matrix: DYNA – WLRS 2118-1) Hold On To This Feeling (Bob & Rita & Lester Sterling All Stars) / b-side: (Matrix: DYNA – WLRS 2117-1) Hold On To This Feeling (Version) (This single has the early label with “Tuff” above and “Gong” written downwards on the right side.) (2,55)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part I – Best Of The Wailers, JAD AB 06891, 1997 (2,52)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 3 – Best Of The Wailers, JAD CD 1002, 1998 (2,52)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,52)

1971

Let The Sun Shine On Me, Pour Down The Sunshine, Sunshine Of Your Love

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer and Rita Marley.
Hugh Malcolm on drums, Jackie Jackson on bass, Alva Lewis and Ranford Williams on guitars, Gladstone Anderson on keyboards.
Recorded in March 1971 writes RS obviously citing Bunny Wailer. I think with reason Raul raises doubts in this recording date, telling the rhythm guitar of “Pour Down The Sunshine” sounds close to the rhythm guitar of tracks like “Give Me A Ticket”, “Give Her Love”, “Sugar Sugar” and like the Leslie Kong tracks of early 1970 sounding like “Chuck. Chuck” while tracks of 1971 have a rhythm guitar sounding more like “Chuck. Chuck-A-Chuck.”
Recorded at Dynamic or Randy´s.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Tuff Gong), a-side: (Matrix: MFD-DYNA-Bob Marley 3358-1) I Like It Like This (Johnny Lover) / b-side: (Matrix: MFD-DYNA-Bob Marley-3361-1) Pour Down The Sunshine
UK 7-inch release: Bullett BU 464, 1971, a-side: Soul Town (I Like It Like This) (mis-credited to Bob Marley, / b-side: Let The Sun Shine on Me (Pour Down The Sunshine)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD AB 07521, 1998 (2,19)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,19)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (2,19)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,19)

Trench Town Rock

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter, Bunny, Winston “Pipe” Matthews and Lloyd “Bread” McDonald, both from Wailing Souls.
Carlton Barrett on drums, Bunny Wailer on bass, Peter Tosh on melodica and piano, Aston Barrett on guitar and Alva Lewis or Ranford Williams on guitar, Glen Adams on keyboards, Uziah Sticky Thompson on percussion.
Recorded at Dynamic or Randy´s.
USA 7-inch release: G & C 5000, 1971, a-side: Trench Town Rock / b-side: Grooving Kingston 12
CD release: Songs of Freedom 4-CD Box Island, 1992 (3,28)
UK 10 inch release: Tracks On Wax TOW KGN12, 2003, a-side: Kingston 12 Shuffle / Kingston 12 Shuffle Version / b-side: Trenchtown Rock (3,28) / Grooving Kingston 12
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (3,29)
Edited at:
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, a-side: (Matrix: DSR-BM-4410-1) Trench Town Rock / b-side: (Matrix: DSR-BM-4411-1) Grooving Kingston 12 (I have a recording of this single with the a-side running 2,58 on CDR Raul Singles No. 4.)
UK 7-inch release: Green Door GD 4005, 1971, a-side: Trench Town Rock / b-side: Grooving Kingston 12
UK Longplay release: African Herbsman, Trojan TRLS 62, 1973 (2,58)
USA Longplay release: The Lee Perry Sessions, Sky, 1983 (2,54)

Grooving Kingston 12, Trench Town Rock (Version)

Instrumental with some vocals audible: “Grooving, it´s Kingston 12″.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, a-side: (Matrix: DSR-BM-4410-1) Trench Town Rock / b-side: (Matrix: DSR-BM-4411-1) Grooving Kingston 12 (I have a recording of this single with the b-side running 2,54 on CDR Raul Singles No. 4.)
USA 7-inch release: G & C 5000, 1971, a-side: Trench Town Rock/ b-side: Grooving Kingston 12
UK 7-inch release: Green Door GD 4005, 1971, a-side: Trench Town Rock / b-side: Grooving Kingston 12
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Jungle Dub, JAD AB 07591, 1998 (2,58)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,58)
UK 10 inch release: Tracks On Wax TOW KGN12, 2003, a-side: Kingston 12 Shuffle / Kingston 12 Shuffle Version / b-side: Trenchtown Rock / Grooving Kingston 12 (2,58)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,58)

Kingston 12 Shuffle (U Roy & Bob Marley)

Revoiced by The Wailers. DJ vocals by U Roy. Additional melodica by Peter Tosh.
Recorded at West Indies Studio.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Kingston 12 Shuffle (Matrix: DSR– AC–BM 4811-1) (3,07) / b-side: Ammunition (Matrix: DSR –AC–BM-4812-1) (Note: This 7-inch has the a-side running 17 seconds longer as on CD or 10-inch.)
USA 7-inch release: Tuff Gong TG 5002, 1972, a-side: Kingston 12 Shuffle (Matrix: 5002-A-1) / b-side: Ammunition (Note: There are two different USA Tuff Gong 5002, one has Kingston 12 Shuffle and the other has the Kingston 12 Shuffle Version. The matrixes are the same. The one with Kingston 12 Shuffle has the final “-1″ of the matrix NOT struck boldly over a “-2″.)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part V – Soul Adventurer, JAD AB 1234-1, 2002 (2,50)
French CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 10 – Soul Adventurer, EMI / Fifty Five 537325-2, 2002 (2,50)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (2,48)
UK 10 inch release: Tracks On Wax TOW KGN12, 2003, a-side: Kingston 12 Shuffle (2,50) / Kingston 12 Shuffle Version / b-side: Trenchtown Rock / Grooving Kingston 12
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,50)

Kingston 12 Shuffle Version

Also released on French CD titled as “Kingston 12 Shuffle (Alternate)”.
Revoiced by The Wailers. DJ vocals by U Roy. Additional melodica by Peter Tosh.
Vocals by U Roy and Bob Marley in parts dubbed away.
USA 7-inch release: Tuff Gong TG 5002, 1972, a-side: Kingston 12 Shuffle Version (Matrix: 5002-A-1) / b-side: Ammunition (Note: There are two different USA Tuff Gong 5002, one has the “Shuffle” and the other has the “Shuffle Version”. The matrixes are the same. The one with Kingston 12 Shuffle Version has the final “-1″ of the matrix struck boldly over a “-2″.)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD AB 07521, 1998 (2,46)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,46)
French LP release: Jungle Dub Part II, JAD AB 1075.1, 2001 (2,46) titled as “Kingston 12 Shuffle”
UK 10 inch release: Tracks On Wax TOW KGN12, 2003, a-side: Kingston 12 Shuffle / Kingston 12 Shuffle Alternate (2,46) / b-side: Trenchtown Rock / Grooving Kingston 12

Screw Face

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter, Bunny.
Recorded at Dynamic or Randy´s.
UK CD release: Songs of Freedom, Island, 1992 (2,23)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,23)
More complete at:
USA 7-inch release: Tuff Gong TG 5004, 1972, a-side: Lick Samba / b-side: Screwface (The b-side runs slightly longer and has some extra lyrics at end. (I don´t have those extra seconds.)

Screw Faces, Screw Face Alternate

Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter, Bunny.
Most elaborated harmonies here.
Previously unreleased.
France CD release: The Upsetter Record Shop Part 2 – The Upsetter Version – Part II – Rarities, Esoldun, 1992 (2,20) Ian Mc Cann tells this one is a different cut to the Tuff Gong / Punch original pressings.
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD AB 07521, 1998 (2,21)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,21)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (2,18)

Screw Face (Version)

Instrumental.
Previously unreleased.
France CD release: The Upsetter Record Shop Part 2 – The Upsetter Version – Part II – Rarities, Esoldun, 1992 (2,21)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Jungle Dub, JAD AB 07591, 1998 (2,18)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,18)

Redder Than Red

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer and Winston “Pipe” Matthews from “The Wailing Souls”.
Aston Barrett on drums, Bunny Wailer on bass, Alva Lewis and Ranford Williams on guitars, Peter Tosh on organ, Uziah Sticky Thompson on percussion.
Recorded at Dynamic or Randy´s.
Shorter as the track later released on LP and CD. Confirmed from the 7-inch. Thanks, Raul.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Power Label), 1971, a-side: Redder Than Red (Matrix: DSR-TG-4946-11 L CHL) (2,57) / b-side: Version (=Red) (Matrix: DSR TG 4914-1) (2,50)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Redder Than Red (Matrix: DSR-TG-4946-11 L CHL) (2,57)/ b-side: Version (Red) (Matrix: DSR TG 4914-1) (2,50) (I have a recording of this single with the a-side running 2,57 and the b-side running 2,50 on Raul Vinyl No. 2 CDR.)
UK 7-inch release: Green Door GD 4025, 1972, a-side: Guava Jelly / b-side: Redder Than Red

Redder Than Red (Full Length)

Full length vocal track, fourteen seconds longer as the original 7-inch.
USA Longplay release: All The Hits, Rohit Records, RRLP 7757, 1990 (3,11)
France CD release: Nice Time, Esoldun, 1991 (3,13)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD AB 07521, 1998 (3,11)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (3,11)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (3,10)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (3,11)

Red

Instrumental version of “Redder Than Red” with a few vocals audible in the very background.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank, Power Label), 1971, a-side: Redder Than Red (Matrix: DSR-TG-4946-11 L CHL) (2,57) / b-side: Version (=Red) (Matrix: DSR TG 4914-1) (2,50)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Redder Than Red (Matrix: DSR-TG-4946-11 L CHL) (2,57)/ b-side: Version (Red) (Matrix: DSR TG 4914-1) (2,50) (I have a recording of this single with the a-side running 2,57 and the b-side running 2,50 on Raul Vinyl No. 2 CDR.)
UK Longplay release: All The Hits USA Rohit Records, RRLP 7757, 1990 (2,48)
France CD release: Nice Time, Esoldun, 1991 (2,49)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Jungle Dub, JAD AB 07591, 1998 (2,48)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,48)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,48)

Red (Alternate)

French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part V – Soul Adventurer, JAD AB 1234-1, 2002 (2,51)
French CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 10 – Soul Adventurer, EMI / Fifty Five 537325-2, 2002 (2,51)
The sleeve say “previously unreleased outside Jamaica” but it seems this one is previously unreleased at all. RS don´t mention a previous or different source.

Concrete Jungle

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer.
Peter Tosh on organ.
Probably Aston Barrett on bass, Carlton Barrett on drums, Alva Lewis and Ranford Williams on guitars.
Probably Glen Adams and Winston Wright on keyboards.
Probably Tommy McCook on tenor sax, Headley Bennett on alto sax, Uziah Sticky Thompson on percussion.
One source says, this is a Wailers production, another source says, this is an Upsetter production.
Recorded at Dynamic or Randy´s.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Concrete Jungle / b-side: Ammunition
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Concrete Jungle / b-side: Hurting Inside (1968 recording)
France CD release: The Upsetter Record Shop Part 2 – The Upsetter Version – Part II – Rarities, Esoldun, 1992 (3,13)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Keep On Skanking, JAD AB 07521, 1998 (3,10)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 7 – Keep On Skanking, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (3,10)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (3,07)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (3,10)

Ammunition, Concrete Jungle (Version), Jungle Dub

Instrumental.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Concrete Jungle / b-side: Ammunition
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Kingston 12 Shuffle (Matrix: DSR–AC–BM-4811-1) / b-side: Ammunition (Matrix: DSR-AC–BM-4812-1) (2,54) (Note: This single has the b-side running 12 seconds shorter as on CD.)
USA 7-inch release: Tuff Gong TG 5002, 1972 a-side: Kingston 12 Shuffle / b-side: Ammunition
France CD release: The Upsetter Record Shop Part 2 – The Upsetter Version – Part II – Rarities, Esoldun, 1992 (3,10)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Jungle Dub, JAD AB 07591, 1998 (3,06) titled as “Jungle Dub”
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 7 – Keep On Skanking, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (3,06) titled as “Ammunition”
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (3,06)

Concrete Jungle (Alternate)

USA 7-inch release: Tuff Gong TG 5003, 1972, a-side: Concrete Jungle / b-side: Nice Time
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part V – Soul Adventurer, JAD AB 1234-1, 2002 (2,58)
French CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 10 – Soul Adventurer, EMI / Fifty Five 537325-2, 2002 (2,58)

Guava Jelly

Co-Written by Bob Marley & Bunny Wailer.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer.
Aston Barrett on drums, Bunny Wailer on bass, Alva Lewis and Ranford Williams on guitars, Glen Adams and Winston Wright on keyboards, Uziah Sticky Thompson on percussion.
This take starts with Bob singing: “You said you love me. I said I love you. Why won´t you stop your crying, dry your weeping eyes.” Only this take at the end has vocals like: “love you from the bottom of my heart” and “I can´t explain. Though the fox still remain, I need your love so much.”
Recorded June 1971.
Recorded at Dynamic or Randy´s.
Produced by A. Cole.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Guava Jelly / b-side: Guava (Matrix: FBM-7732-B)
UK 7-inch release: Green Door GD 4025, 1972, a-side: Guava Jelly / b-side: Redder Than Red
UK CD release: Songs of Freedom, Island, 1992 (2,17)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,17)

Jelly, Guava Jelly (Version), Guava

Semi-instrumental, including some vocals “why won´t you stop your crying” “Dadadamsel, … belly, … guava jelly”, “baby i won´t gonna love”
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Guava Jelly / b-side: Jelly (Matrix: FBM-7732-B) I think the single gives only “ersion” as the title of the b-side. Recently the official title is given as “Jelly”. Previously also “Guava” was used on releases and at auctions.
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Jungle Dub, JAD AB 07591, 1998 (2,14) titled “Guava”
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,14) titled “Jelly”
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,14)

Guava Jelly (Alternate)

This take starts with Bob singing: “You said you love me. I said I love you. Why won´t you stop your crying CHILD, dry your weeping eyes.” (the word “child” is here added.)
At the end we DON´T have lines like “love you from the bottom of my heart” and “I can´t explain. Though the fox still remain, I need your love so much.”
USA 7-inch release: Tuff Gong TG 5005, 1972, a-side: Lively Up Yourself / b-side: Guava Jelly
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD AB 07521, 1998 (2,10)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,10)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (2,08)

Guava Jelly (Alternate 2)

This take has some bongos at the start. This take starts with Bob singing: “You said you love me. I said I love you. Why won´t you stop your crying, dry your weeping eyes.” (the word “child” don´t apear here.) In the following some expressions (“I really really really love you” or “dam dam dam damsel” or I love love love you”) are like the originals and some are like alt take 1.
The track runs 2,28 and in so far is longer as the original and longer as the alternate 1. I have it on Rarities from AC CDR. Sounds like coming from a tape not from a 7-inch.

Screw Face

Also called “Screw Face Alternate 2″.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter, Bunny.
Recorded at a different session, slowest recording.
Recorded at Dynamic or Randy´s.
Produced by A. Cole.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Screw Face (Matrix: DSR-TG-4915-1) / b-side: Face Man (Matrix: DSR-TG-4916-1)
UK 7-inch release: Punch PH 101, 1972, a-side: Screw Face / b-side: Face Man
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Keep On Skanking, JAD AB 07521, 1998 (2,54)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 7 – Keep On Skanking, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,54)

Face Man

Instrumental with only once vocals audible: “Screw Face know a who fe frighten”.
Produced by A. Cole.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Screw Face (Matrix: DSR-TG-4915-1) / b-side: Face Man (Matrix: DSR-TG-4916-1)
UK 7-inch release: Punch PH 101, 1972, a-side: Screw Face / b-side: Face Man
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Jungle Dub, JAD AB 07591, 1998 (2,57)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 7 – Keep On Skanking, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,57)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,57)

Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter, Bunny.
Aston Barrett on bass, Carlton Barrett on drums, Alva Lewis and Ranford Williams on guitars, Glen Adams and Winston Wright on keyboards, Tommy McCook on tenor sax, Headley Bennett on alto sax, Uziah Sticky Thompson on percussion.
A second different vocal recorded on the rhythm track “Satisfy My Soul Babe” with horns overdubbed.
Recorded at Dynamic or Randy´s.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1972, a-side: Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah / b-side: Satisfy Version
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD AB 07521, 1998 (2,30)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,30)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (2,30)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,32)
More complete at:
USA Longplay release: All The Hits, Rohit Records, RRLP 7757, 1990 (2,39)
France CD release: Nice Time, Esoldun, 1991 (2,41)

Satisfy Version, Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah (Version)

Instrumental, handclaps, lead guitar solos, bongos.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1972, a-side: Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah / b-side: Satisfy Version
USA Longplay release: All The Hits, Rohit Records, RRLP 7757, 1990 (2,36)
France CD release: Nice Time, Esoldun, 1991 (2,38)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Jungle Dub, JAD AB 07591, 1998 (2,36)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,36)
French LP release: Jungle Dub Part II, JAD AB 1075.1, 2001 (2,36)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,38)

Satisfy My Soul Babe

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter, Bunny.
Aston Barrett on drums, Bunny Wailer on bass, Bob Marley and Peter Tosh on guitars, Glen Adams on keyboards, Tommy McCook on tenor sax, Headley Bennett on alto sax, Uziah Sticky Thompson on percussion.
Recorded at Dynamic or Randy´s.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1972, a-side: Satisfy My Soul Babe / b-side: Babe Version
France CD release: The Upsetter Record Shop Part 2 – The Upsetter Version – Part II – Rarities, Esoldun, 1992 (2,11)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Keep On Skanking, JAD AB 07521, 1998 (2,08)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 7 – Keep On Skanking, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,08)
The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 sleeve-note says, previously unreleased outside of Jamaica.
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,11)

Babe (Version), Satisfy My Soul Babe (Version)

Instrumental, an organ and keyboards or piano is audible, the handclaps and the lead guitar solos are missing and it is longer (compared to Satisfy Version).
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1972, a-side: Satisfy My Soul Babe / b-side: Babe Version
France CD release: The Upsetter Record Shop Part 2 – The Upsetter Version – Part II – Rarities, Esoldun, 1992 (2,59)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Jungle Dub, JAD AB 07591, 1998 (2,57)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 7 – Keep On Skanking, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,57)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,59)

Satisfy My Soul Babe (Alternate)

Previously unreleased.
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part VI – Lonesome Feeling, JAD 542 222-1, 2002 (2,26)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (2,26)

Lively Up Yourself

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer.
Aston Barrett on bass, Carlton Barrett on drums, Alva Lewis and Ranford Williams on guitars, Glen Adams on keyboards, Tommy McCook on tenor sax, Vin Gordon on trombone, Uziah Sticky Thompson on percussion, Peter Tosh on piano.
Recorded at Dynamic or Randy´s.
Produced by A. Cole.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Lively Up Yourself (Matrix: D.S.R. T.G. 4917-1) / b-side: Live (credited to Tommy Mc Cook) (I have a recording of this single with the a-side running 2,53, on CDR Raul Singles No. 4.)
UK 7-inch release: Punch PH 102, 1972, a-side: Lively Up Yourself / b-side: Live (credited to Tommy Mc Cook)
UK 7-inch release: Green Door GD 4022, 1972, a-side: Lively Up Yourself / b-side: Live (credited to Tommy Mc Cook)
USA 7-inch release: Tuff Gong TG 5005, 1972, a-side: Lively Up Yourself / b-side: Guava Jelly
UK Longplay release: African Herbsman, Trojan TRLS 62, 1973 (2,52)
USA Longplay release: The Lee Perry Sessions, Sky, 1983 (2,49)
USA CD release: The Wailing Wailers, Studio One SOCD 1001, 1995 (2,49)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD AB 07521, 1998 (2,52)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,52)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (2,50)
Little longer with the extra words: “People get ready”:
EU CD release: Original Cuts, Universal 0602498671092, 2004 (2,57)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,57)
The track appears in inferior quality at: 20 Greatest Hits, Italy Boot Tape LCS 14043 (2,38)

Live, Lively Up Yourself Version (Tommy Mc Cook)

Instrumental.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Lively Up Yourself / b-side: Live (credited to Tommy Mc Cook) (I have a recording of this single with the b-side running 2,53, on CDR Raul Singles No. 4.)
UK 7-inch release: Punch PH 102, 1972, a-side: Lively Up Yourself / b-side: Live (credited to Tommy Mc Cook)
UK 7-inch release: Green Door GD 4022, 1972, a-side: Lively Up Yourself / b-side: Live (credited to Tommy Mc Cook)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Jungle Dub, JAD AB 07591, 1998 (2,53)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,53)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,53)

Craven Choke Puppy

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer.
Aston Barrett on bass, Carlton Barrett on drums, Alva Lewis and Ranford Williams on guitars, Glen Adams and Winston Wright on keyboards, Tommy McCook on tenor sax, Headley Bennett on alto sax, Uziah Sticky Thompson on percussion.
Recorded at Dynamic or Randy´s.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Craven Choke Puppy (Matrix: FBM-7730-B-FRM) (2,56) / b-side: Choke (credit: Wailers All Stars) (Matrix: FBM-7762-A) (The 7-inch is 3 seconds longer as the CD. I have a recording from Idali as mp3.)
USA 7-inch release: Tuff Gong TG 5007, 1972, a-side: Craven Choke Puppy / b-side: Choke (credit: Wailers All Stars)
UK CD release: Songs of Freedom, Island, 1992 (2,52)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,53)

Choke, Craven Choke Puppy (Version)

Instrumental.
Tommy Mc Cook receives a credit understood as a arranger credit on the Tuff Gong b-side.
Produced by A. Cole.
Not to be confused with “Craven Version”, “Craven Version” is a DJ-Version. “Choke” is the instrumental version.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Craven Choke Puppy (Matrix: FBM-7730-B-FRM) / b-side: Choke (credit: Wailers All Stars) (Matrix: FBM-7762-A)
USA 7-inch release: Tuff Gong TG 5007, 1972, a-side: Craven Choke Puppy / b-side: Choke (credit: Wailers All Stars)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Jungle Dub, JAD AB 07591, 1998 (2,38)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,38)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,38)

Craven Version Do Good (Big Youth)

DJ-Version of “Craven Choke Puppy” (1971).
Lead vocals by Big Youth.
Recorded at Dynamic or Randy´s.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1973, a-side: Craven Version Do Good / b-side: Thank You Lord
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,49)

Lick Samba

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, and Winston “Pipe” Matthews and Lloyd “Bread” McDonald, both from The Wailing Souls.
Aston Barrett on bass, Carlton Barrett on drums, Alva Lewis and Ranford Williams on guitars, Uziah Sticky Thompson on percussion, harmonica by Peter Tosh. Tyrone Downie tells in an interview, that “Lick Samba” was his first song with The Wailers.
Recorded at Dynamic or Randy´s.
Produced by A. Cole.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Lick Samba (Matrix: FBM-7731-A) / b-side: Samba (Matrix: FBM-7731-B)
UK 7-inch release: Bullet BU 493, 1971, a-side: Lick Samba / b-side: Samba
USA 7-inch release: Tuff Gong TG 5004, 1972, a-side: Lick Samba / b-side: Screwface
UK CD release: Songs of Freedom, Island, 1992 (2,33)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,33)

Samba, Lick Samba (Version)

Semi-instrumental with only some vocal parts mixed away.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Lick Samba (Matrix: FBM-7731-A) / b-side: Samba (Matrix: FBM-7731-B)
UK 7-inch release: Bullet BU 493, 1971, a-side: Lick Samba / b-side: Samba Version
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Jungle Dub, JAD AB 07591, 1998 (2,35)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (2,35)
USA CD release: Grooving Kingston 12, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,35)

Once Bitten

Written by Peter Tosh.
Lead vocals by Peter Tosh.
Harmonies by Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer.
Bob Marley on guitar, Peter Tosh on clavinet.
Recorded at Randy´s.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong DSR PT 7736, 1971, a-side: Once Bitten (Matrix: DSR PT 7736-1) (3,00) / b-side: Version (DSR PT 7737-1) (I have a recording of this single with the a-side running 3,06, on CDR Raul Singles No. 4.)
CD release: Peter Tosh – Honorary Citizen 3-CD-Box, USA Sony, 1997 (3,05)

Once Bitten (Version)

Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong DSR PT 7736, 1971, a-side: Once Bitten (Matrix: DSR PT 7736-1) / b-side: Version (DSR PT 7737-1) (2,53) (I have a recording of this single with the a-side running 2,53, on CDR Raul Singles No. 4.)
Never released on CD.

Dog Teeth

Written by Peter Tosh.
Lead vocals by Peter Tosh.
Harmonies by Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer.
Peter Tosh on clavinet. Bob Marley on guitar.
Using the rhythm of “Maga Dog”.
Recorded at Randy´s.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Intel-Diplo 1973, a-side: Dog Teeth / b-side: Version (in fact: Stepping Razor, recorded 1967)
The first Intel-Diplo 7-inch.
CD release: Peter Tosh – Honorary Citizen 3-CD-Box, USA Sony, 1997 (3,18)

Here Comes The Sun

Written by George Harrison and recorded by “The Beatles”.
Lead vocals by Peter Tosh.
Harmonies by Bunny Wailer.
APeter Tosh on organ.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Here Comes The Sun (Matrix: FPT 7898-A) / b-side: Version
CD release: Peter Tosh – Honorary Citizen 3-CD-Box, USA Sony, 1997 (3,14)

Version, Here Comes The Sun Version

Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Here Comes The Sun / b-side: Version (Matrix: FPT 7898-B) (3,15)
Never released on CD.

Lion

Written by Peter Tosh.
Lead vocals by Peter Tosh.
Harmonies by Bunny Wailer.
Peter Tosh on organ.
Recorded at Randy´s.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Lion (Matrix: DSR PT 7740-1) (3,32) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR PT 7741-1)
I have this track mp3-sourced on “Jamaican Jewels CDR” (3,22).
Longer track:
CD release: Peter Tosh – Honorary Citizen 3-CD-Box, USA Sony, 1997 (3,47)

Lion (Version)

Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Lion (Matrix: DSR PT 7740-1) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR PT 7741-1) (3,04)
I have this track on “Further Wailers Rarities 2008 CDR”.
Never released on CD.

Why Should I

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley, recorded ca. September 1971.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer.
Aston Barrett on bass, Carlton Barrett on drums, Alva Lewis and Ranford Williams on guitars, Glen Adams and Winston Wright on keyboards, Uziah Sticky Thompson on percussion.
Recorded at Dynamic or Randy´s.
Previously unreleased.
EU CD release: Man To Man Box (3,30)

Why Should I (Version)

Previously unreleased.
EU CD release: Man To Man Box (3,33)

1972

Red (Dub Plate Mix), Redder Than Red (Dub Plate Mix)

Dubplate mix of circa 1972 of “Red” or “Redder Than Red” (1971, Wailers Production). The track features only a few words by Bob Marley: “Red red red”, “I powered on the”, “I´ll be”, “Now tell you” and “Red red red”. All these phrases do end in a echo. I would prefer to call this one “Red (Dub Plate Mix)”.
EU CD release: Man To Man Box (2,28) titled “Redder Than Red (Dub Plate Mix)”
USA CD release: Ammunition, Universal, 2004 (2,27) titled “Red (Dub Plate Mix)”

1973

Dub Feeling, Feel Alright (Alternate)

Alternate mix of “Feel Alright” (1969, Wailers production). Remixed 1973.
Although the title indicates a dub, this is in fact an alternate vocal remix.
Produced by Aston Barrett.
Vocals by Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Fams, 1973, a-side: Dub Feeling / b-side: Trouble Dub
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD AB 07521, 1998 (3,41)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (3,41)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (3,39)

Trouble Dub, Trouble On The Road Again (Version)

Remix of “Trouble On The Road Again” (1970, Wailers Production). Remixed 1973 by Aston Barrett.
Vocals by Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer. Bob Marley on guitar, Peter Tosh on guitar, Peter Tosh on piano.
Produced by Aston Barrett.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Fams, 1973, a-side: Dub Feeling / b-side: Trouble Dub
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part III – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD AB 07521, 1998 (3,32)
USA CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 8 – Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah, JAD CD 1005, 1999 (3,32)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (3,31)

Craven A (Dub Plate Mix)

Dub Plate mix of “Craven Choke Puppy” (1971, Wailers production). Estimated mixed circa 1973.
EU CD release: Man To Man Box (2,14)

1974

Hold On To This Feeling (Dub Plate Pressure)

Dub Plate mix of “Hold On To This Feeling” (1970, Wailers Prodution).
JC tells, this one is mixed 1974.
EU CD release: Man To Man Box (3,03)

1975

Screw Face Pablo (Dub Plate Special)

“Screw Face” (1971, Wailers Production) mixed at King Tubby´s circa 1975 with Augustus Pablo on melodica.
EU CD release: Man To Man Box (2,17)
Note: There is also “Screw Face Dub”, appearing on “Augustus Pablo Meets Lee Perry And Wailers Band – Rare Dubs 1970 – 1971″ UK Jamaican Recordings JRCD 023, 2006, CD. Different to “Screw Face Pablo” this dub includes some echo and has many melodica notes dubbed away.

1990

Hypocrites (Version)

Previously unreleased. Culled from two-track dub-plate.
Longplay release: All The Hits LP, USA Rohit Records, RRLP 7757, 1990 (2,41)
France CD release: Nice Time, Esoldun 1991 (2,41)
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part IV – Freedom Time, JAD AB 1233-1, 2002 (2,42)
French CD release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part 9 – Freedom Time, EMI / Fifty Five 537324-2, 2002 (2,42)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,41)

Mellow Mood (Version)

Previously unreleased. Culled from two-track dub-plate.
Instrumental.
USA Longplay release: All The Hits, Rohit Records, RRLP 7757, 1990 (3,31)
France CD release: Nice Time, Esoldun 1991 (3,30)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (3,28)

Thank You Lord (Version)

Previously unreleased.
USA Longplay release: All The Hits, Rohit Records, RRLP 7757, 1990 (3,36)
France CD release: Nice Time, 1991 (3,44)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (3,41)

Nice Time (Version)

Previously unreleased. Taken from two-track dub-plate.
USA Longplay release: All The Hits, Rohit Records, RRLP 7757, 1990 (2,31)
USA CD release: All The Hits, Rohit Records, RRLP 7757 (2,38) (All The Hits has some echo, so some call this an Echo Mix. As this one didn´t appear at CW and the echo don´t fit here, I suppose that one is a consequence of an inferior production of that album.)
France CD release: Nice Time, Esoldun, 1991 (2,49)
USA CD release: Fy-Ah, Fy-Ah, CD-Box, Universal, 2004 (2,37)

1992

Why Should I (1992 Remix)

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Bob Marley, recorded 1971.
Harmonies by I-Threes, recorded 1992.
Rhythm recorded 1992.
Previously unreleased.
CD release: Songs of Freedom, 1992 (3,33)

Why Should I (1992 Bone Remix)

Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1992 a-side: Exodus (Kindred Spirit Mix) / b-side: Why Shoud I (Bone Remix Edit) (3,58)
UK Maxi-CD release: Island TGXCD3 (864638-2), 1992, Why Should I (Bone Remix Edit) (3,58), Exodus (Kindred Spirit Mix 7-inch), Why Should I (Bone Remix), Exodus (Kindred Spirit Mix 12-inch)

Why Should I (12-inch 1992 Bone Remix)

UK Maxi-CD release: Island TGXCD3 (864638-2), 1992, Why Should I (Bone Remix Edit), Exodus (Kindred Spirit Mix 7-inch), Why Should I (Bone Remix 12-inch) (6,55), Exodus (Kindred Spirit Mix 12-inch)

1996

Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah (Dub)

Previously unreleased. Mixed 1996.
French LP release: The Complete Wailers 1967 – 1972 – Part VI – Lonesome Feeling, JAD 542 222-1, 2002 (2,38)
French CD release: Rebel (3-CD-Box), EMI / Fifty Five 541 393-2, 2002 (2,38)

Satisfy My Soul Babe (Vocal & Version Sequence)

Portugal CD release: Reggae Revolution, Jamaican Gold JMC 200.277, 1996, 2-CD (4,32)

2000

MYSTIC MIXES 2000

Satisfy My Soul (2000 Strange Desire Remix)

Remix of the 1971 Wailers production.
USA CD release: Cleopatra CLP 0824-2 (3,38)

Redder Than Red (2000 A Dreader Remix)

Remix of the 1971 Wailers production.
USA CD release: Cleopatra CLP 0824-2 (3,31)

2001

Bend Down Low (2001 Remix)
First CD release: Shake Down – Marley Remixed, German Edel, 2001, CD (3,55)

Satisfy My Soul Babe (2001 Remix)
First CD release: Shake Down – Marley Remixed, German Edel, 2001, CD (4,48)

2005

Hypocrites (Vocal Channel)

The track is recorded with the vocals at one channel and the music at the other channel. This one here is the vocal channel only with music in the background.
Previously unreleased. Taken from Two-Track-Master tape.
EU CD release: Wail´N Soul´M Selecta (2,46)

Thank You Lord (Vocal Channel)

The track is recorded with the vocals at one channel and the music at the other channel. This one here is the vocal channel only with music in the background.
Previously unreleased. Taken from Two-Track-Master tape.
EU CD release: Wail´N Soul´M Selecta (3,44)

Studio Chat

Eight seconds of The Wailers talking in the studio.
Previously unreleased. Taken from Two-Track-Master tape.
EU CD release: Wail´N Soul´M Selecta (0,08)

2007

ROOTS ROCK REMIXED ALBUM 2007
Produced by David Hargis and Jeff Daniel.
This is the first Bob Marley remix album made with the blessing of the family and Chris Blackwell.

Lively Up Yourself (Bombay Dub Orchestra Remix)

Album release: USA Quango / RockR / Tuff Gong, July 31st 2007, CD (4,09).
Album release on UK Quango / RockR / Tuff Gong, September 24th 2007, CD.
USA 12-inch release: USA Roots River Communication 0701-1, September 13th 2007 (4,11)
Downloadable available since February 6th 2007.

Trenchtown Rock (Trio Electrico Remix)

Album release: USA Quango / RockR / Tuff Gong, July 31st 2007, CD (4,54).
Album release on UK Quango / RockR / Tuff Gong, September 24th 2007, CD.
USA 12-inch Maxi release: USA Roots River Communication 0701-2, August 24th 2007 (4,51)
UK 12-inch Maxi release: Kartel 411073-0-E11U-FP, August 14th 2007
Downloadable available since February 6th 2007.

FOOTNOTE:

Harbour Shark (Pipe & The Pipers)

This track is no Wailers track. “Pipe & The Pipers” are later known as “The Wailing Souls”.
Neither Bob, Peter nor Bunny participate in this recording.
The Wailing Souls recorded the song again in 1982, released on the various artists compilation “Calling Rastafari”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Harbour Shark (Credit: Pipe & The Pipers) (Matrix: DSR BM 4412-1) / b-side: Shark (Credit: Pipe & The Pipers) (Matrix: DSR BM 4413-1)
USA 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Harbour Shark (2,25) / b-side: Shark

Shark (Pipe & The Pipers)

This track is no Wailers track. “Pipe & The Pipers” are later known as “The Wailing Souls”.
Neither Bob, Peter nor Bunny participate in this recording.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Harbour Shark (Credit: Pipe & The Pipers) (Matrix: DSR BM 4412-1) / b-side: Shark (Credit: Pipe & The Pipers) (Matrix: DSR BM 4413-1)
USA 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Harbour Shark / b-side: Shark (2,37)

Give Her Love (Rita Marley)

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals by Rita Marley.
Harmonies probably by The Soulettes.
The CD credit “With The Wailers” don´t deal with vocal support by Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer as the track don´t include male vocals at all. In how far they appear is in doubt.
Probably Hugh Malcolm on drums, Jackie Jackson on bass, Alva Reggie Lewis on guitar, Glen Adams on piano.
Recorded at Randy´s.
Jamaican 7-inch release: (Blank), ca. 1970, a-side: Give Her Love / b-side: Give Her Love Version
EU CD release: Rita & The Soulettes – Play Play, Universal, 2004
Note: If the “The Wailers” really appear at the vocal track, then maybe at the version. But this is unconfirmed.

My Desire (Rita Marley)

Written by Bob Marley.
Neither Bob, Peter or Bunny appear at this recording.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, a-side: My Desire (Matrix: DYNA BM 3502-1) / b-side: Bring It Up (Matrix: DYNA B Marley 3616-1)
EU CD release: Rita Marley – Play Play, 2004 (2,26)

Bring It Up (Rita Marley)

Written by Bob Marley.
Neither Bob, Peter or Bunny appear at this recording.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, a-side: My Desire (Matrix: DYNA BM 3502-1) / b-side: Bring It Up (Matrix: DYNA B Marley 3616-1)
EU CD release: Rita Marley – Play Play, 2004 (1,55)

Bring It Up (Rita Marley)

A second take with a longer running time.
Uk CD release: Lee Perry – Lost Treasures Of The Ark, Orchard ORCHCDB2, 1998 (2,25)

Back Biter, You Should Have Known Better (Wailing Souls)

This track is no Wailers track, “Pipe & The Pipers” are later known as “The Wailing Souls”, but the track is featuring Bob Marley on guitar, Bunny Wailer on bass and Peter Tosh on organ.
The track is recorded in July 1971. The single is released somewhen between July and September 1971.
The song was re-recorded by The Wailing Souls for Studio One, released on their album “Soul & Power” (1982).
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Back Biter (Credit: Pipe & The Pipers) (Matrix: FBM 7730-A) (2,31) / b-side: Version (No credit. In fact: Wailers All Stars) (Matrix: FBM 7762-B) (2,31) This single appears with golden and black writing on white background and has a writer credit to B. Marley. (I have a recording of this single with the a-side running 2,31 and the b-side running 2,31 on Raul Vinyl No. 2 CDR.)
UK 7-inch release: Punch PH 114, 1972, a-side: You Should Have Known Better (Credit: Unknown, maybe Wailing Souls) (2,31) / b-side: Known Better (Version)

Version (Back Biter), Known Better (Version) (Wailing Souls)

Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1971, a-side: Back Biter (Credit: Pipe & The Pipers) (Matrix: FBM 7730-A) (2,31) / b-side: Version (No credit. In fact: Wailers All Stars) (Matrix: FBM 7762-B) (2,31) This single appears with golden and black writing on white background and has a writer credit to B. Marley. (I have a recording of this single with the a-side running 2,31 and the b-side running 2,31 on Raul Vinyl No. 2 CDR.)
UK 7-inch release: Punch PH 114, 1972, a-side: You Should Have Known Better (Wailing Souls) / b-side: Known Better (Version) (2,31)

Diplomate Killing (Tappa Zukie)

DJ version of “Hypocrites” using the rhythm of “Hypocrites” without original vocals of Bob. As the previously unreleased version of the track is culled from two-track dub-plate, Ii think it is likely to consider that this dj-version is made using the same two-track dub-plate.
CD release: Cork & Tar, Tappa Records TZ 1001, 2004

Mellow Rock (Tappa Zukie)

DJ version of “Mellow Mood” featuring the vocals of Bob Marley. As the previously unreleased version of the track is culled from two-track dub-plate, i think it is likely to consider that this dj-version is made using the same two-track dub-plate.
CD release: Cork & Tar, Tappa Records TZ 1001, 2004 (3,26)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tappa, 2006, a-side: Mello Rock (3,26) / b-side: My Favorite Riddim (3,30)

My Favourite Riddim (Mellow Mood Version) (Tappa Zukie)

The instrumental version of Mellow Mood but here with a few vocals audible at one passage.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tappa, 2006, a-side: Mello Rock (3,26) / b-side: My Favorite Riddim (3,30)

Give Thanks (Tappa Zukie)

DJ version of “Thank You Lord” featuring the vocals of Bob Marley. As the previously unreleased version of the track is culled from two-track dub-plate, i think it is likely to consider that this dj-version is made using the same two-track dub-plate.
CD release: Cork & Tar, Tappa Records TZ 1001, 2004

Nice Time (Max Romeo)

Bob Marley reissued the Wailers recording on Tuff Gong in 1975. I think this song is recorded around that time in 1975.
Another vocal track using the same rhythm as the vocal track by The Wailers.
Released on CD: Rhino, 1999, CD (2,35).

Nice Time Version (Max Romeo)

The version mix of the Max Romeo vocal track featuring a few vocal clips.
Released on CD: Rhino, 1999, CD (2,34).

Hypocrites (Max Romeo)

Bob Marley reissued the Wailers recording on Tuff Gong in 1975. I think this song is recorded around that time in 1975.
Another vocal track using the same rhythm as the vocal track by The Wailers.
Released on CD: Rhino, 1999, CD (2,30).

Hypocrites Version (Max Romeo)

The version mix of the Max Romeo vocal track featuring a few vocal clips.
Released on CD: Rhino, 1999, CD (2,39).

Mellow Mood (Max Romeo)

Probably recorded around 1975.
Another vocal track using the same rhythm as the vocal track by The Wailers.
Released on CD: Rhino, 1999, CD (3,26).

Mellow Mood Version (Max Romeo)

The version mix of the Max Romeo vocal track featuring a few vocal clips.
Released on CD: Rhino, 1999, CD (3,19).

Thank You Lord (Max Romeo)

Probably recorded around 1975.
Another vocal track using the same rhythm as the vocal track by The Wailers.
Released on CD: Rhino, 1999, CD (3,30).

Thank You Lord Version (Max Romeo)

The version mix of the Max Romeo vocal track featuring a few vocal clips.
Released on CD: Rhino, 1999, CD (3,30).

Concrete Jungle Dub (2006 Remix)

Melodica cut using the instrumental version of “Concrete Jungle” (1971).
Recorded at Randy´s Studio 17. Produced by Lee Perry.
Previously unreleased.
UK CD release: Augustus Pablo Meets Lee Perry & Wailers Band – Rare Dubs 1970 – 1971, Jamaican Recordings JRCD 023, 2006 (3,04)
Note: This CD release comes with a wrong artist credit featuring Augustus Pablo who is not playing at this track. In so far the musician credit given at the sleeve is another mistake. A long time collector told me he is able to identify the used versions as the versions mastered for the recent Universal release of Wailers music. Augustus Pablo died 1999 and in so far can´t play over the tracks mastered just recently.
Then the album credit features a mistake as it says “1970 – 1971″. “Rainbow Country” is recorded in 1975.
This remix is produced by Bunny Lee in 2006.

Satisfy My Soul Dub (2006 Remix)

Melodica cut using the instrumental version of “Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah” (1971).
Recorded at Randy´s Studio 17. Produced by Lee Perry.
Previously unreleased.
UK CD release: Augustus Pablo Meets Lee Perry & Wailers Band – Rare Dubs 1970 – 1971, Jamaican Recordings JRCD 023, 2006 (2,57)
Note: This CD release comes with a wrong artist credit featuring Augustus Pablo who is not playing at this track. In so far the musician credit given at the sleeve is another mistake. A long time collector told me he is able to identify the used versions as the versions mastered for the recent Universal release of Wailers music. Augustus Pablo died 1999 and in so far can´t play over the tracks mastered just recently.
Then the album credit features a mistake as it says “1970 – 1971″. “Rainbow Country” is recorded in 1975.
This remix is produced by Bunny Lee in 2006.

Screw Face Dub (2006 Remix)

Melodica cut using the instrumental version of “Screw Face” (1971).
Recorded at Randy´s Studio 17. Produced by Lee Perry.
Previously unreleased.
UK CD release: Augustus Pablo Meets Lee Perry & Wailers Band – Rare Dubs 1970 – 1971, Jamaican Recordings JRCD 023, 2006 (2,21)
Note: This CD release comes with a wrong artist credit featuring Augustus Pablo who is not playing at this track. In so far the musician credit given at the sleeve is another mistake. A long time collector told me he is able to identify the used versions as the versions mastered for the recent Universal release of Wailers music. Augustus Pablo died 1999 and in so far can´t play over the tracks mastered just recently.
Then the album credit features a mistake as it says “1970 – 1971″. “Rainbow Country” is recorded in 1975.
This remix is produced by Bunny Lee in 2006.

Tell Me Girl (Balaro Chambers)

“Tell Me Girl” is a different vocal track using the riddim of  “Craven Choke Puppy”.
USA 7-inch release: TondaSonic BS 2373-1, 1972, a-side: Tell Me Girl (credit: Balaro Chambers) (2,33) / b-side:  I Am The Preacher (credit: Balaro Chambers) (3,00)
I don´t have this track.

Crying In The Chapel (Elvis Presley & The Wailers)

A mix of the rhythm of “Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah Version” by The Wailers and the vocal of “Crying In The Chapel” by Elvis Presley.
First 7-inch release: Blank, November 8th 2004, a-side: Crying In The Chapel (Elvis Presly & The Wailers) / b-side: In The Ghetto (Elvis Presly & Sound Dimension)
Second 7-inch release: Studio ? STU 001, a-side: Crying In The Chapel (Elvis Presley and The Wailers) / b-side: In The Ghetto (Elvis Presly and Sound Dimension)
The b-side is a mix of the rhythm of “Taurus Dub” by Sound Dimension and the vocal of “In The Ghetto” by Elvis Presley.
Both tracks mixed by Errol “ET” Thompson.
Released in a picture sleeve.
Limited to 1.000 copies.