Part 6: Bunny Wailer solo

BUNNY WAILER SOLO
Besides the songs listed in this chapter there are some songs with lead vocals by Bunny Wailer, usually understood as part of The Wailers´ discography:
The Vow (Bonny & Rita (1965, Coxsone Production)
Where Is My Mother (1965, Coxsone Production), also used for a 1975 mix with overdubs
This Train (1965, Coxsone Production)
Wages Of Love Rehearsal (1965, Coxsone Production)
Sinner Man (1966, Coxsone Production)
Guajara Ska (1966, Coxsone Production)
Sunday Morning (1966, Coxsone Production)
He Who Feels It Knows It (1966, Coxsone Production)), also used for a 1975 mix with overdubs
Let Him Go (1966, Coxsone Production)), also used for a 1975 mix with overdubs and for a 1991 mix with different overdubs
Bless You (Rita & Bunny) (1966, Coxsone Production)
Jerking Time (1966, Coxsone Production)
Rock Sweet Rock (1966, Coxsone Production)
What Am I Supposed To Do (1966, Coxsone Production)
Dancing Shoes (1966, Coxsone Production)
I Stand Predominant (1966, Coxsone Production)
I Need You (1966, Coxsone Production)
Dreamland (1966, Coxsone Production)), also used for a 1981 mix with overdubs
Rolling Stone (1966, Coxsone Production)), also used for a 1991 mix with overdubs
This Train (1967, Wail´N Soul´M Production)
Treat You Right (1968 JAD Production)
Tread-O (1969, Wailers Production)
Tread O Version (1969, Wailers Production)
Rhythm (1970, Wailers Production)
Riding High (1971, Lee Perry Production)
Riding High (Version) (1971, Lee Perry Production)
Brainwashing (1971, Lee Perry Production)
Brainwashing (Version) (1971, Lee Perry Production)
Dreamland (1971, Lee Perry Production)
Dreamland Version (1971, Lee Perry Production) (Single Mix)
Dreamland (Version) (1971, Lee Perry Production) (LP only Mix)
Dreamland Skank (1971, Lee Perry Production)
1972
Searching For Love, Search For Love
Lead vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Harmonies by Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt.
Peter Tosh on guitar, piano and melodica. Aston Barrett on bass, Carlton Barrett on drums. Tyrone Downie on organ. Flute by Tommy McCook, trombone by Vin Gordon and trumpet by Bobby Ellis.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1972, a-side: Searching For Love (Heat, Air & Water) (Matrix: DSR NL 7759-1) (3,22) / b-side: Must Skank (Tuff Gong All Stars) (Matrix: DSR NL 7760-1) (3,18) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,22 and the b-side running 3,18 on “rastaman collection III-3, CDR”.)
(”Heat Air & Water” are Bunny Wailer, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths.)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1972, a-side: Search For Love (Bunny Wailer) (Matrix: NL 7759-1) / b-side: Bide Up (Matrix: FNL 7652-A)
Never released on CD.
The version is called “Must Skank”. See next.
A longer mix was released in 1983. See later.
Must Skank
Version of “Searching For Love”
Lead vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Harmonies by Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt.
Peter Tosh on guitar, piano and melodica. Aston Barrett on bass, Carlton Barrett on drums. Tyrone Downie on organ. Flute by Tommy McCook, trombone by Vin Gordon and trumpet by Bobby Ellis.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1972, a-side: Searching For Love (Heat, Air & Water) (Matrix: DSR NL 7759-1) (3,22) / b-side: Must Search (Tuff Gong All Stars) (Matrix: DSR NL 7760-1) (3,18) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,22 and the b-side running 3,18 on “rastaman collection III-3, CDR”.)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong (a-side only) / Solomonic (b-side only), 1973, a-side: Got To Leave This Place (Al Hudson) / b-side: Version (=Must Skank) (Matrix: DSR NL 7760-1)
Life Line
Lead vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Featuring Bob Marley and Peter Tosh in supporting roles.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic 1973, a-side: Life Line (Wailers) (Matrix: RRS 2093 SC) (2,15) / b-side: Version (Trenchtown Rock Version) (Wailers)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic 1973, a-side: Life Line (Wailers) (Matrix: RRS 2093 SC) (2,15) / b-side: Version (=Craven Choke Puppy Version) (Wailers) (Matrix: 7BM 7762)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic 1973, a-side: Life Line (Wailers) (mis-labeled as: Got To Leave This Place (Al Hudson) (Matrix: 2094) / b-side: Version (Bunny) (Searching For Love Version) (wrong artist credit: Wailers) (Matrix: DSR NL 7760)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1973, a-side: Dreamland / b-side: Life Line
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1973, Life Line / Dreamland
I have a recording of “Life Line” (Solomonic, RRS 2093 SC) on “Buny Wailer – More Vinyl 2 CDR” running 2,15.
Never released on CD.
A remix appeared in 1981. See below.
And a version appeared in 1981. See below.
Bide Up
Lead vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Harmonies by Peter Tosh and Joe Higgs. Carlton Barrett on drums. Tyrone Downie on keyboards. flute by Tommy McCook.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1972, a-side: Search For Love (Matrix: NL 7759-1)/ b-side: Bide Up (Matrix: NL 7652-A) (2,25) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the b-side running 2,25 on “rastaman colection III – 3, CDR”.)
Jamaican 7-inch release: 1972, a-side: Bide Up / b-side: No Love (Info about this 7-inch taken from Distant Drums Issue 1 with no matrixes given and no explanation what this song “No Love” of the b-side would be. Not mentioned elsewhere. Maybe only another misprinted label?)
The original mix was never released on CD.
But a remix of this take appeared in 1976 on the album “Blackheart Man”.
Bide (Bony & Big Youth)
This track is not using the vocal take “Bide Up” as it would be common for a DJ-version. In fact it is a second take of the track with new vocals by Bunny Wailer and DJ-vocals by Big Youth.
DJ-vocals by Big Youth. Vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Peter Tosh on guitar and harmonica, Carlton Barrett on drums, Tyrone Downie on keyboards.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1972, a-side: Bide (Bony & Big Youth) (Matrix: BL 5075 A) (2,24) / b-side: Black On Black (Big Youth) (Matrix: BL 5076 B) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 2,24 on “rastaman collection III-3, CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
A remix of “Bide” was released in 1983. See later.
Black On Black (Big Youth)
An alternate DJ-version of “Bide Up” by Big Youth without any vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1972, a-side: Bide / b-side: Black On Black (Bony & Big Youth)
Never released on CD.
(I don´t have this song.)
Arabs Oil Weapon (Wailers)
Lead and harmony vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Harmonies by Rita Marley and Judy Mowatt. Peter Tosh on guitars, keyboards and probably also on melodica. Carlton Barrett on drums. Aston Barrett on bass. Bobby Ellis on trumpet and piano, Richard “Dirty Harry” Hall on tenor sax.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1972, a-side: Arabs Oil Weapon (Wailers) (Matrix: B. W. – 3668 -2- 3675 – RRS) (3,39) / b-side: Dubd-Version (Arabs Oil Weapon Version) (Wailers) (Matrix: B. W.-3676-RRS) (3,46) (”I have a recording of this single with the a-side running 3,39 and the b-side running 3,46 on Raul Vinyl No. 2 CDR.”) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,39 on “V. A. – Solomonic & More” CDR.)
Never released on CD.
The version is called “Dubd-Version”. See next.
The track appeared remixed in 1981. See later.
Dubd-Version (Wailers)
Dub version of “Arab´s Oil Weapon”, including some lead and harmony vocals. In fact the engineer is playing with the vocal channels and instrumental channels and brings them in and out to have instrumental and a-capella passages.
Lead and harmony vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Harmonies by Rita Marley and Judy Mowatt. Peter Tosh on guitars, keyboards and probably also on melodica. Carlton Barrett on drums. Aston Barrett on bass. Bobby Ellis on trumpet and piano, Richard “Dirty Harry” Hall on tenor sax.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1972, a-side: Arabs Oil Weapon (Wailers) (Matrix: B. W. – 3668-2-3675-RRS) (3,39) / b-side: Dubd-Version (Wailers) (Matrix: B. W.-3676-RRS) (3,46) (I have a recording of this single with the a-side running 3,39 and the b-side running 3,46 on “Raul Vinyl No. 2 CDR.”) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the b-side running 3,47 on “V. A. – Solomonic & More” CDR.)
Never released on CD.
Pass It On
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals.
Peter Tosh on harmony vocals, guitars and keyboards. Carlton Barrett on drums. Tommy McCook on tenor sax.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1972, a-side: Pass It On (Wailers) (Matrix: NL 1684) (3,42) / b-side: Trod On (Wailers) (Matrix: 1663) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,42 and the b-side running 3,08 on “rastaman collection III-3, CDR”.) (I have a second recording of the a-side running 3,37 on “rastaman collection III-2, CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
The version is called “Trod On”. See next.
A remix of “Pass It On” was released in 1983. See later.
Trod On
Instrumental version of “Pass It On”.
Peter Tosh on guitars and keyboards. Carlton Barrett on drums. Tommy McCook on tenor sax.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1972, a-side: Pass It On (Wailers) (Matrix: NL 1684) / b-side: Trod On (Wailers) (Matrix: 1663) (3,08) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,42 and the b-side running 3,08 on “rastaman collection III-3, CDR”.)
1973
Dream Land
In fact a 1973 remix of the 1971 recording with “The Wailers”.
Lead vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Harmonies by Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. Carlton Barrett on drums, Aston Barrett on bass, Alva Lewis and Ranford Williams on guitars, Glen Adams on keyboards.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1973, a-side: Dreamland (Wailers) (Matrix: 2649A) / b-side: Dubd-Version (Dreamland Version) (Wailers) (Matrix: 2650B)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1973, a-side: Dreamland / b-side: Life Line
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1973, Life Line / Dreamland
album release: Solomonic / Mango, Sings The Wailers, 1980 (2,41)
There is also a version. See next.
A later mix was released on the album “Blackheart Man”.
And there is also a later dub mix on “Dubd´sco Vol. 1?.
Dubd-Version
“Dub´d Version” is a dub of the 1973 mix of “Dreamland”.
Lead vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Harmonies by Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. Carlton Barrett on drums, Aston Barrett on bass, Alva Lewis and Ranford Williams on guitars, Glen Adams on keyboards.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic 1973, a-side: Dreamland (Matrix: 2649A) / b-side: Dubd-Version (Dreamland Version) (Matrix: 2650B) (2,42) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the b-side running 2,42 on “rastaman collection III-3, CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
1974
Battering Down Sentence
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and percussion.
Peter Tosh on harmony vocals and guitar, Carlton Barrett on drums, Aston Barrett on bass, Tyrone Downie on keyboards, Glen Da Costa on alto sax.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SC 50.001, 1974, a-side: Battering Down Sentence (Bunny Wailers) (Matrix: TC2729A) (4,41) / b-side: Version (Battering Down Sentence Version) (Wailers) (Matrix: TC2729B) (I have this 7-inch and a recording on “rastaman collection III-2, CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
There is a version. See next.
Then the track appeared remixed on the album “Blackheart Man”. See later.
Version
Version of “Battering Down Sentence”.
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and percussion.
Peter Tosh on harmony vocals and guitar, Carlton Barrett on drums, Aston Barrett on bass, Tyrone Downie on keyboards, Glen Da Costa on alto sax.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1974, a-side: Battering Down Sentence (Bunny Wailers) (Matrix: TC2729A)/ b-side: Version (Battering Down Sentence Version) (Wailers) (Matrix: TC2729B) (4,20) (I have this 7-inch and a recording on “rastaman collection III-2, CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Rasta-Man
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and repeater drum.
Peter Tosh on guitar and melodica, Carlton Barrett on drums, Aston Barrett on bass, Earl “Chinna” Smith on guitar and Tyrone Downie on keyboards.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1974, a-side: Rasta-Man (Matrix: BW2733) (3,59) / b-side: Vision Land (Matrix: BW2733A) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,59 on “rastaman collection III-3, CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Vision Land (Istan)
Rasta Man DJ-Version featuring some original vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Peter Tosh on guitar and melodica, Carlton Barrett on drums, Aston Barrett on bass, Earl “Chinna” Smith on guitar and Tyrone Downie on keyboards.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1974, a-side: Rasta-Man (Matrix: BW 2733-A) / b-side: Vision Land (Istan) (Matrix: BW 2733-B) (2,44) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the b-side running 2,44 on “Jamaican Jewels CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
1976
BLACK HEART MAN ALBUM
Carlton Barrett, Aston Barrett, Robbie Shakespeare, Tyrone Downie, Earl “Chinna” Smith, Bernard Touter Harvey, Peter Tosh (harmonies at “Dreamland” & “Bide Up”, lead guitar, rhythm guitar, melodica, harmonica), Bob Marley (harmonies at “Dreamland”)
Recorded 1976.
Released at JA Solomonic, 1976, LP, Matrix BW 0077A / BW 0077 B
Released at JA Solomonic, 1982, LP, Matrix: DSR 1262A / DSR 1263B (3 = The Oppressed Song, 5 = Dreamland, 8= Amagideon / Armagedon)
Released at UK Island ILPS 9415, 1976, LP (album title is “Blackheart Man”, 1 = Blackheart Man, 3 = The Oppressed Song, 6 = Rastaman, 8 = Armagideon (Armagedon)
Released at USA Mango MLPS 9415, 1976, LP (Details as before)
Released at Germany: Reggae Refreshers CD 6, Island 260850, 1992, CD (My Copy)
Black Heart Man
Solomonic / Island album release (6,20)
UK 12-inch release: Island BUNNY 1, 1976, a-side: Amagideon (Matrix: BUNNY 1A) / b-side: Blackheart Man (Matrix: BUNNY 1B)
Fighting Against Conviction
Solomonic / Island album release (5,12)
Oppressed Song
Solomonic / Island album release (3,21)
Fig Tree
Solomonic / Island album release (3,08)
UK 12-inch release: Island IPR 2025, 1978, a-side: Roots Radics Rockers & Reggae (Matrix: IPR 2025A) / b-side: Fig Tree, Amagideon (Matrix: IPR 2025B)
Dream Land
The 1971 recording with “The Wailers” in another mix made 1975.
Solomonic / Island album release (2,47)
UK 7-inch release: Island WIP 6347, 1976, a-side: Dreamland (Matrix: WIPX 1630-1)/ b-side: Dreamland Dub (Matrix: WIPX 1631-1)
USA 7-inch release: Island IS 076, 1976, a-side: Dreamland / b-side: Dreamland Dub
7-inch release: Rasta Man / Dreamland
Rasta Man
Solomonic / Island album release (3,50)
7-inch release: Rasta Man / Dreamland
Reincarnated Souls
Solomonic / Island album release (3,44)
Armagideon
Solomonic / Island album release (6,47)
UK 12-inch release: Island BUNNY 1, 1976, a-side: Amagideon (Matrix: BUNNY 1A) / b-side: Blackheart Man (Matrix: BUNNY 1B)
UK 12-inch release: Island IPR 2025, 1978, a-side: Roots Radics Rockers & Reggae (Matrix: IPR 2025A) / b-side: Fig Tree, Amagideon (Matrix: IPR 2025B)
Bide Up
Solomonic / Island album release (2,33)
This Train
Solomonic / Island album release (8,29)
UK 12-inch release: Island IPR 2003, 1977, a-side: Get Up Stand Up (Matrix: IPR 2003A) / b-side: This Train (Matrix: IPR 2003B)
BLACK HEART MAN ALBUM (JA ALTERNATE MIX)
Released at JA Solomonic, 1976, LP, Matrix BW 0077A / BW 0077 B
I have this alternate mix on CDR.
Black Heart Man (JA Alternate Mix)
Different flute and keyboards.
Solomonic album release (6,23)
Fighting Against Conviction (JA Alternate Mix)
Solomonic album release (?, I only have a cut of 2,34)
Oppressed Song (JA Alternate Mix)
Different trumpet and rhythm guitar. Eight seconds shorter.
Solomonic album release (3,10)
Fig Tree (JA Alternate Mix)
Eight seconds shorter.
Solomonic album release (2,59)
Dream Land (JA Alternate Mix)
Solomonic album release (2,49)
Rasta Man (JA Alternate Mix)
Nine seconds longer.
Solomonic album release (4,03)
Reincarnated Souls (JA Alternate Mix)
Additional harmonies, different guitar.
Solomonic album release (3,38)
Armagideon (JA Alternate Mix)
Twelve seconds shorter.
Solomonic album release (6,35)
Bide Up (JA Alternate Mix)
Different trumpet, specially at 2,00.
Solomonic album release (2,31)
This Train (JA Alternate Mix)
Fifty seconds longer.
Solomonic album release (9,30)
More Tracks:
Anti-Aparthied
Peter Tosh on melodica with Bunny Wailer dubbing Bunny Wailer´s “Armagideon”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic 010, 1977, a-side: Anti-Aparthied (Matrix: DSR 7177A) (3,42) / b-side: Solidarity (Matrix: DSR 7178B)
Never released on CD.
Solidarity, Anti-Aparthied (Dub)
Soliarity is the dub cut of the a-side.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic 010, 1977, a-side: Anti-Aparthied (Matrix: DSR 7177A) (3,42) / b-side: Solidarity (Matrix: DSR 7178B) (3,34)
Never released on CD.
Dream Land (Dub)
UK 7-inch release: Island WIP 6347, 1976, a-side: Dreamland (Matrix: WIPX 1630-1)/ b-side: Dreamland Dub (Matrix: WIPX 1631-1) (2,42)
USA 7-inch release: Island IS 076, 1976, a-side: Dreamland / b-side: Dreamland Dub
Natural Way, Pablo Armageddon (Augustus Pablo)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Message, 1978, a-side: Pablo Armageddon / b-side: Abasahnti Dub
Longplay release: Augustus Pablo – East Of River Nile, 1981, Message 1003
Melodica cut to “Amagideon”.
Natural Dub, Abashanti Dub (Augustus Pablo)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Message, 1978, a-side: Pablo Armageddon / b-side: Abasahnti Dub
Longplay release: Augustus Pablo – East Of River Nile, 1981, Message 1003,
Dub of the previously mentioned melodica cut to “Amagideon”.
1977
PROTEST ALBUM
Released at JA Solomonic, 1977, LP, Matrix DSR 4000A / 4001B
Released at JA Solomonic, 1977, LP, Matrix DSR 5691A / 5692B
Released at UK Island ILPS 9512, 1977, LP (Track order: 5, 6, 2, 4, 1, 3, 7, (My Copy)
Released at USA Mango MLPS 9512, 1977, LP (details as above)
Released at Germany Island 800689, 1977, LP (details as above)
Released at France Reggae Refresher RRCD 7, 1992, CD
Follow Fashion Monkey
Solomonic / Island album release (4,11)
Scheme Of Things
Solomonic / Island album release (4,14)
Wanted Children
Solomonic / Island album release (5,11)
Quit Trying
Solomonic / Island album release (4,16)
Moses Children
Solomonic / Island album release (5,23)
Get Up Stand Up
Solomonic / Island album release (6,13)
UK 12-inch release: Island IPR 2003, 1977, a-side: Get Up Stand Up (Matrix: IPR 2003A) / B-side: This Train (Matrix: IPR 2003B)
Who Feels It
Solomonic / Island album release (5,41)
Johnny Too Bad
Solomonic / Island album release (5,51)
More Tracks:
Follow Fashion Monkey (Edit)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1976, a-side: Follow Fashion Monkey (4,08) / b-side: Ape
USA 7-inch release: Island IS 062, 1976, a-side: Follow Fashion Monkey (3,49 ) / b-side: Instrumental (I have this 7-inch and a recording on “rastaman collection III-2, CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Follow Fashion Monkey (Version), Ape
Instrumental with a few vocal clips
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1976, a-side: Follow Fashion Monkey / b-side: Ape (3,48)
USA 7-inch release: Island IS 062, 1976, a-side: Follow Fashion Monkey (4,08) / b-side: Follow Fashion Monkey (Instrumental) (3,49) (I have this 7-inch and a recording on “rastaman collection III-2, CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Love Fire (12-inch)
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and on percussion, Peter Tosh on vocals and guitar, Earl “Chinna” Smith on guitar, Earl “Wya” Lindo on keyboards, horns by Tommy McCook, Bobby Ellis and Ronald “Nambo” Robinson.
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1978, a-side: Love Fire (Matrix: DSR 5693A) / b-side: Love´s Version (Matrix: DSR 5694B)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1993, a-side: Love Fire (Matrix: DSR 5693A) / b-side: Love´s Version (Matrix: DSR 5694B)
UK 12-inch release: Island IPR 2015, 1978, a-side: Love Fire (Matrix: IPR 2015A) / b-side: Love´s Version (Matrix: IPR 2015B)
12-inch release: Solomonic, a-side: Love Fire (Matrix: BW 12056-A) (5,56) / b-side: Lover´s Version (Matrix: BW 12056-B) (4,57) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 5,56 and the b-side running 4,57 on “Bunny Wailer – 12-inches I CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
A shorter mix appeared on the album “In I Father´s House” in 1980. See later.
The version is called “Love´s Version”. See next.
A different version appeared on “Dubd´sco Vol. 1?. See later.
Love´s Version (12-inch)
A half-instrumental version of “Love Fire”. Different to the mix on the album “Dubd´sco Vol. 1?.
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and on percussion, Peter Tosh on vocals and guitar, Earl “Chinna” Smith on guitar, Earl “Wya” Lindo on keyboards, horns by Tommy McCook, Bobby Ellis and Ronald “Nambo” Robinson.
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1978, a-side: Love Fire (Matrix: DSR 5693A) / b-side: Love´s Version (Matrix: DSR 5694B)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1993, a-side: Love Fire (Matrix: DSR 5693A) / b-side: Love´s Version (Matrix: DSR 5694B)
UK 12-inch release: Island IPR 2015, 1978, a-side: Love Fire (Matrix: IPR 2015A) / b-side: Love´s Version (Matrix: IPR 2015B)
12-inch release: Solomonic, a-side: Love Fire (Matrix: BW 12056-A) (5,56) / b-side: Lover´s Version (Matrix: BW 12056-B) (4,57) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 5,56 and the b-side running 4,57 on “Bunny Wailer – 12-inches I CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Bright Soul (7-inch Edit)
A shorter mix of the album track.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1979, a-side: Bright Soul (Matrix: DSR 7448A) (3,29) / b-side: Falling Angel (Matrix: DSR 7449B) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,29 and the b-side running 3,33 as bonus tracks on “Bunny Wailer Blackheart Man JA Mix CDR”.) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,38 and the b-side running 3,41 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
There is also a version. See next.
And there is a long mix and its long version. See below.
The 12-inch version appeared later edited on the album Struggle”. See later.
Falling Angel
Version of “Bright Soul”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1979, a-side: Bright Soul (Matrix: DSR 7448A) / b-side: Falling Angel (Matrix: DSR 7449B) (3,33) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,29 and the b-side running 3,33 as bonus tracks on “Bunny Wailer Blackheart Man JA Mix CDR”.) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,38 and the b-side running 3,41 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Bright Soul (Long Mix)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic 010, 1979, a-side: Bright Soul (Matrix: DSR 7110-A) (6,08) / b-side: Falling Angel (Matrix: DSR 7111-B) (6,39) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,08 and the b-side running 6,39 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches II CDR”.)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1993, a-side: Bright Soul (Matrix: DSR 6850-A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 6851-B)
Never released on CD.
Falling Angel (Long Mix)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic 010, 1979, a-side: Bright Soul (Matrix: DSR 7110-A) (6,08) / b-side: Falling Angel (Matrix: DSR 7111-B) (6,39) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,08 and the b-side running 6,39 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches II CDR”.)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1993, a-side: Bright Soul (Matrix: DSR 6850A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 6851B)
Never released on CD.
1978
DUBD´SCO VOL. 1 ALBUM
Recorded 1976, 1977 and 1978.
Released at JA Solomonic SP007-34, 1978, LP, Matrix: DSR 6137A / DSR 6168B (My Copy)
Released at USA Solomonic 012, 1979, LP, No Matrix
Roots Raddics (Dubd´sco)
Solomonic album release (4,28)
Battering Down (Dubd´sco)
Solomonic album release (4,52)
Armagedon (Dubd´sco)
Solomonic album release (6,27)
Fig Tree (Dubd´sco)
Solomonic album release (3,09)
Love Fire (Dubd´sco)
A dub mix of “Love Fire”, different to “Love´s Version” released on 12-inch in 1977.
Solomonic album release (4,57)
Rasta Man (Dubd´sco)
Solomonic album release (3,44)
Dream Land (Dubd´sco)
A dub mix of the 1975 mix of “Dreamland”. In contrast to the 1973 dub mix here a lot of keyboards and synthezizers are added in between the vocal lines.
Solomonic album release (2,40)
More Tracks:
Roots Radics Rock Reggae
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and on percussion. Earl “Chinna” Smith on guitar and Earl “Wya” Lindo on keyboards.
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1978, a-side: Roots Radics Rockers & Reggae (Matrix: BW 204A) / b-side: Peace Talk (Matrix: BW 204B)
UK 12-inch release: Island IPR 2025, 1978, a-side: Roots Radics Rockers & Reggae (Matrix: IPR 2025A) / b-side: Fig Tree, Amagideon (Matrix: IPR 2025B)
USA 12-inch release: Shanachie SH 5009, 1984, a-side: Peace Talks (Matrix: SH 5009A) / b-side: Rockers (in fact: Roots Radics Rockers & Reggae) (Matrix: SH 5009B)
JA album release: Solomonic, 1980, In I Fathers House (4,21)
USA album release: RAS, 1983, Roots Radics Rockers Reggae” (4,17)
There is a version called “Peace Talks”. See next.
And a dub mix appeared on the album “Dubd´sco Vol. 1?. See below.
Peace Talks
“Peace Talks” is a version of “Roots Radics Rockers Reggae”.
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and on percussion. Earl “Chinna” Smith on guitar and Earl “Wya” Lindo on keyboards.
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1978, a-side: Roots Radics Rockers & Reggae (Matrix: BW 204A) / b-side: Peace Talk (Matrix: BW 204B)
USA 12-inch release: Shanachie SH 5009, 1984, a-side: Peace Talks (Matrix: SH 5009A) / b-side: Rockers (in fact: Roots Radics Rockers & Reggae) (Matrix: SH 5009B)
USA Shanachie album release: Crucial ! Roots Classics, 1994 (4,38)
Version
Version of “Power Struggle” including some vocals.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1978, a-side: Power Struggle (Matrix: DSR 9374-A) (3,39) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 9375-B) (3,46) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,39 and the b-side running 3,46 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.) (I have this 7-inch and a recording on “rastaman collection III-2, CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Free Jah Jah Children
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1978, a-side: Free Jah Children (Matrix: DSR 8120-A) (4,08) / b-side: Dubwise (Matrix: DSR 8181-B) (3,51) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 4,08 and the b-side running 3,51 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
The track appeared longer on the album “Struggle”.
And there is a dub version called “Dubwise”. See next.
Dubwise (Solomonic Stars)
“Dubwise” is a dub version of “Free Jah Jah Children”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1978, a-side: Free Jah Children (Matrix: DSR 8120-A) (4,08) / b-side: Dubwise (Matrix: DSR 8181-B) (3,51) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 4,08 and the b-side running 3,51 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
1979
STRUGGLE ALBUM
Recorded 1977 and 1978.
Released at JA Solomonic, 1979, LP, Matrix: DSR 6167A / DSR 616B (My Copy)
Released at USA Solomonic, 1979, Matrix: RAS 139A / RAS 139B (Song 7 is replaced by “Quit Trying”)
The Old Dragon
Solomonic album release (6,36)
USA Shanachie album release: Crucial! Roots Classics, 1994 (6,28)
Bright Soul
Solomonic album release (4,16)
USA Shanachie album release: Crucial ! Roots Classics, 1994 (4,10)
The track appeared shorter on 7-inch. See above.
There is also a version on 7-inch. See above.
And there is a 12-inch mix. See above.
And there is a 12-inch version. See above.
Got To Move
Solomonic album release (5,06)
Power Struggle
The track is titlted “Power Struggle” although it appears as “Power Strugglers” on the album sleeve of “Struggle”.
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and on percussion. Earl “Chinna” Smith on guitar and Earl “Wya” Lindo on keyboards.
Solomonic album release (3,39)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic B.W. 0078, 1979, a-side: Power Struggle (Matrix: DSR 9374-A) (3,39) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 9375-B) (3,46) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,39 and the b-side running 3,46 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.) (I have this 7-inch and a recording on “rastaman collection III-2, CDR”.)
USA Shanachie album release: Crucial! Roots Classics, 1994 (3,35)
The album track is the same as the previously released 7-inch.
And there is also a version. See above.
Let The Children Dance
Solomonic album release (4,19)
Free Jah Jah Children
Solomonic album release (5,29)
USA Shanachie album release: Crucial! Roots Classics, 1994 (5,21)
The track apeared shorter on 7-inch. See below.
There is also a version. See below.
Struggle
Solomonic album release (6,27)
USA Shanachie album release: Crucial! Roots Classics, 1994 (6,22)
More Tracks:
Rockers
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic SP 008-34, 1979, a-side: Rockers (Matrix: DSR 6519-A) 10,09) / b-side: Theme From Rockers (Matrix: DSR 6517-B) (8,55) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side 10,09 and the b-side running 8,55 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches I CDR”.)
(I have a recoding of this track as an extra track on my “Rock ´N´ Groove” CDR runing 9,09.)
There is a version called “Theme Of Rockers”. See next.
And the track appeared in a different mix on the album “In I Fathers House”. See below.
Theme From Rockers
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic SP 008-34, 1979, a-side: Rockers (Matrix: DSR 6519-A) 10,09) / b-side: Theme From Rockers (Matrix: DSR 6517-B) (8,55) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side 10,09 and the b-side running 8,55 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches I CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Gamblings
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1979, a-side: Gamblings (Matrix: DSR 0241A) (3,36) / b-side: Gamblings Version (DSR 0079B)
USA Shanachie album release: Rootsman Skanking, 1987 (3,29)
Gamblings (Version)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1979, a-side: Gamblings (Matrix: DSR 0241A) / b-side: Gamblings Version (DSR 0079B) (3,48)
Never released on CD.
Rock, Rock in Time (Version)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1979, a-side: Rock In Time (Matrix: DSR 8740-A) / b-side: Rock (Matrix: DSR 8741-B) (4,05)
I have a recording of this 7-inch on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 2 CDR” with the b-side running 4,05.
Never released on CD.
1980
IN I FATHER´S HOUSE ALBUM
Recorded 1978 and 1979.
Released at JA Solomonic, 1980, LP, Matrix: DSR 1312B / DSR 1311A
Released at JA Solomonic, 80ies, LP, Matrix: BM 001B / BM 001A (My copy. Matrix not listed in DD3. I suppose made 80ies. Cover is made from a recycled old stock cover of the first jamaican christmas “Christmas In The Stage Crew” LP seen inside)
Roots Radics Rockers Reggae
The track was previously released identically on 12-inch and 7-inch. See above.
Solomonic album release (4,22)
USA Shanachie album release: Roots Radics Rockers Reggae, 1983 (4,17)
Rock In Time, Rockin´ Time
Solomonic album release (5,38)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1979, a-side: Rock In Time (Matrix: DSR 8740A) / b-side: Rock (Matrix: DSR 8741B)
USA Shanachie album release: Roots Radics Rockers Reggae, 1983 (5,33)
Rockers (Alternate Mix)
The track previously released on 12-inch in a different mix.
Solomonic album release (5,49)
USA Shanachie album release: Roots Radics Rockers Reggae, 1983 (5,30)
Wirly Girly
Recorded 1979, first released at this album.
Solomonic album release (4,11)
USA Shanachie album release: Roots Radics Rockers Reggae, 1983 (4,03)
Let Him Go
Album track and 7-inch track are the same.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic B.W. 007, 1979, a-side: Let Him Go (Matrix: DSR 8703-A) (3,51) / b-side: Let Him Go Version (Matrix: DSR 8704-B) (3,47) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,51 and the b-side running 3,47 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.)
Solomonic album release (3,51)
USA Shanachie album release: Roots Radics Rockers Reggae, 1983 (3,43)
There is also a version. See below.
Love Fire
This is a shorter mix of the track recorded 1977 and originally released on 12-inch.
Solomonic album release (5,04)
USA Shanachie album release: Roots Radics Rockers Reggae, 1983 (5,00)
More tracks:
Version
Version of “Let him Go”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic B.W. 007, 1980, a-side: Let Him Go (Matrix: DSR 8703-A) (3,51) / b-side: Let Him Go Version (Matrix: DSR 8704-B) (3,47) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,51 and the b-side running 3,47 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Rockers (O.S.T. Edit)
The track edited a bit shorter as on the album.
Island album release: O.S.T. Rockers, 1980 (5,37)
SINGS THE WAILERS ALBUM
Germany Reggae Refresher 8, CD
Dancing Shoes
Island album release (3,43)
UK 7-inch release: Island WIP 6685, 1981, a-side: Dancing Shoes / b-side: Walk The Proud Land
UK 12-inch release: Island 12WIP 6685, 1981, a-side: Dancing Shoes (Matrix: 12WIP 6685A) / b-side: Walk The Proud Land (Matrix: 12WIP 6685B)
Mellow Mood
Island album release (3,47)
Dreamland (7-inch, 1972)
In fact the track as released on 7-inch in 1973. Details see above.
Keep On Moving
Island album release (4,06)
Hypocrite
Island album release (2,51)
I´m The Toughest
Island album release (2,41)
Rule This Land, Jailhouse
Island album release (3,59)
Burial
Island album release (6,01)
I Stand Predominate
Island album release (2,55)
Walk The Proud Land, Rude Boy
Re-cut of “Rude Boy” / “Rebel´s Hop” with the original mento lines here included again after being replaced at the “Rebel´s Hop” recording.
Island album release (3,55)
UK 7-inch release: Island WIP 6685, 1981, a-side: Dancing Shoes / b-side: Walk The Proud Land
UK 12-inch release: Island 12WIP 6685, 1981, a-side: Dancing Shoes (Matrix: 12WIP 6685A) / b-side: Walk The Proud Land (Matrix: 12WIP 6685B)
DUB D´SCO VOL. 2 ALBUM
Recorded 1980 / 1981
Jamaican Solomonic Longplay release: 1980, (Matrix: DSR 3031A / DSR 3032B)
Jamaican Solomonic Longplay release: late 80 or later, (Matrix: Bunny Wailer Dub LP / DSR 3031-A) (My Copy)
Dancing Shoes (Dub)
Solomonic album release (3,36)
Mellow Mood (Dub)
Solomonic album release (3,54)
Keep On Moving (Dub)
Solomonic album release (3,55)
Hypocrites (Dub)
Solomonic album release (3,33)
Worly Girly (Dub)
Solomonic album release (3,53)
Burial (Dub)
Solomonic album release (4,58)
I Stand Predominate (Dub)
Solomonic album release (3,27)
Walk The Proud Land (Dub)
Solomonic album release (3,47)
Rule This Land (Dub)
Solomonic album release (3,05)
Toughest (Dub)
Solomonic album release (3,21)
More Tracks:
Togawar Game
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and on percussion. Earl “Chinna” Smith on guitar, Earl “Wya” Lindo on keyboards. Horns by Tommy McCook, Bobby Ellis and Ronald “Nambo” Robinson.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1980, a-side: Togawar Game (Matrix: DSR 0745 A) (3,46) / b-side: Crucial (Matrix: DSR 0746 B) (3,34) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,46 and the b-side running 3,34 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.)
The track appeared edited at the album “Crucial! Roots Classics” in 1994. See later.
Crucial
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and on percussion. Earl “Chinna” Smith on guitar, Earl “Wya” Lindo on keyboards.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1980, a-side: Togawar Game (Matrix: DSR 0745A) / b-side: Crucial Matrix: DSR 0746B) (3,34) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,46 and the b-side running 3,34 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.)
The track appears a bit longer on the album “Crucial! Roots Classics” in 1994. See later.
And there is a long mix. See next.
And there is its version. See below.
Crucial (12-inch)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1980, a-side: Crucial (Matrix: DSR 1754-A) (5,29) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 1755-B) (4,26) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 5,29 and the b-side running 4,26 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches I CDR”.)
Version
Version of “Crucial”, only released on 12-inch Maxi.
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1980, a-side: Crucial (Matrix: DSR 1754-A) (5,29) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 1755-B) (4,26) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 5,29 and the b-side running 4,26 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches I CDR”.)
Innocent Blood
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and on percussion. Earl “Chinna” Smith on guitar, Earl “Wya” Lindo on keyboards.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1980, a-side: Innocent Blood (DSR 1012-A) (3,42) / b-side: Innocent Blood Version (Matrix: DSR 1013-B) (3,41) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,42 and the b-side running 3,41 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.)
A shorter mix of the track appeared at the album “Crucial! Roots Classics” in 1994.
And there is a version. See next.
Version
Version of “Innocent Blood” with some vocals of Bunny Wailer.
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and on percussion. Earl “Chinna” Smith on guitar, Earl “Wya” Lindo on keyboards.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1980, a-side: Innocent Blood (DSR 1012-A) (3,42) / b-side: Innocent Blood Version (Matrix: DSR 1013-B) (3,41) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,42 and the b-side running 3,41 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Cease Fire
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and on percussion. Earl “Chinna” Smith on guitar, Earl “Wya” Lindo on keyboards.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1980, a-side: Cease Fire (Matrix: DSR 1140-A) (3,57) / b-side: Cease Fire Version (Matrix: DSR 1141-B) (3,46) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,57 and the b-side running 3,46 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.) (I have a recording of this 7-inch as an extra track on my “Rock ´N´ Groove” CDR.) (I have this 7-inch and a recording on “rastaman collection III-2, CDR”.)
There is a version. See next.
And the track appeared longer on the album “Roots Radics Rockers Reggae” in 1983. See later.
Version (Cease Fire Version)
Version of “Cease Fire” with some vocals of Bunny Wailer.
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and on percussion. Earl “Chinna” Smith on guitar, Earl “Wya” Lindo on keyboards.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1980, a-side: Cease Fire (Matrix: DSR 1140-A) (3,57) / b-side: Cease Fire Version (Matrix: DSR 1141-B) (3,46) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,57 and the b-side running 3,46 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.) (I have a recording of this 7-inch as an extra track on my “Rock ´N´ Groove” CDR.) (I have this 7-inch and a recording on “rastaman collection III-2, CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Cry To Me
Recorded 1980.
USA Shanachie album release: Rootsman Skanking, 1983 (3,35)
1981
TRIBUTE ALBUM
Solomonic album release: 1981
Only this Jamaican issue has the original stereo mix. So far tracks appear again on the 1990 album “Time Will Tell” those are mono and most running times are different.
Soul Rebel (stereo)
Solomonic album release (4,36) 7 seconds longer as the 1990 CD reissue
I Shot The Sheriff (stereo)
Solomonic album release (4,13) 13 seconds shorter as the 1990 CD reissue
Crazy Baldhead (stereo)
Solomonic album release (4,15) 8 seconds longer as the CD reissue
Time Will Tell (stereo)
Solomonic album release (3,50) 11 seconds longer as the Cd reissue
War (stereo)
Solomonic album release (4,12) 11 seconds longer as the CD reissue
Slave Driver (stereo)
Solomonic album release (4,13) 14 seconds shorter as the CD reissue
UK 7-inch release: Solomonic (White Label Promo), 1981, a-side: Redemption Song (Matrix: SM 016A) / b-side: Slave Driver (Matrix: SM 016AA)
Redemption Song (stereo)
Solomonic album release (3,35) 8 seconds shorter as the CD reissue
UK 7-inch release: Solomonic (White Label Promo), 1981, a-side: Redemption Song (Matrix: SM 016A) / b-side: Slave Driver (Matrix: SM 016AA)
No Woman No Cry (stereo)
Solomonic album release (5,16) 10 seconds shorter as the CD reissue
ROCK ´N´ GROOVE ALBUM
Recorded at Harry J. And Channel One.
Backing by The Roots Radics, Robbie Shakespeare on bass, Sly Dunbar on drums, Keith Sterling on keyboards, horns by Headley Bennett, Dean Fraser, R. Robinson, electric drum by Bunny Wailer.
Rock And Groove
Solomonic album release (6,05)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Galong So (Matrix: BW 981NYA) (6,07) / b-side: Rock And Groove (Matrix: BW 98 NYB) (6,13) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,07 and the b-side running 6,13 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches I CDR”.) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,04 and the b-side running 6,10 on “Bunny Wailer Maxis CDR”.)
USA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Galong So (Matrix: BW 981NYA) / b-side: Rock And Groove (Matrix: BW 98 NYB)
The track appeared edited at the album “Rootsman Skanking” in 1987. See later.
Another Dance
Solomonic album release (7,33)
The track appeared edited at a 7-inch in 1983 and at the album “Rootsman Skanking” in 1987. See below.
Dance Rock
Solomonic album release (5,58)
The track appeared edited at the album “Rootsman Skanking” in 1987. See later.
Cool Runnings
Solomonic album release (4,53)
There is a shorter 7-inch mix and its version. See below.
And there is a different mix and a longer version on 12-inch Maxi. See below.
Rootsman Skanking
Solomonic album release (6,33)
The track appeared edited at the album “Rootsman Skanking” in 1987. See later.
Jammins
Solomonic album release (5,44)
The track appeared edited at the album “Rootsman Skanking” in 1987. See later.
Ballroom Floor
Based on “Rolling Stone”.
Solomonic album release (5,34)
The track appeared edited at the album “Rootsman Skanking” in 1987. See later.
More Tracks:
Another Dance
Edit of the album track from “Rock ´N´ Groove”.
“Rootsman Skanking” in 1987. See below.
UK 7-inch release: Solomonic SM 018, 1983, a-side: Boderation (Matrix: SM018A) / b-side: Another Dance (Matrix: SM018B)
Album appearance: “Rootsman Skanking”, 1987. See below.
Cool Runnings (Edit) (7-inch)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Cool Runnings (Matrix: DSR 2034 A) (3,46) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 2035 B) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,46 and the b-side running 3,40 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
USA Shanachie album release: Rootsman Skanking, 1987 (3,43)
Version (Cool Runnings Version) (7-inch)
Version of “Cool Runnings”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Cool Runnings (Matrix: DSR 2034 A) (3,46) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 2035 B) (3,40) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,46 and the b-side running 3,40 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Cool Runnings (Matrix: DSR 2034A) / b-side: Cool Runnings Version (Matrix: DSR 2035B)
Never released on CD.
Cool Runnings (12-inch Mix)
This 12-inch mix has a different ending as the mix of the album mix “Rock `N´Groove”.
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic SM 005 (or maybe Solomonic 001?), 1981, a-side: Cool Runnings (Matrix: SM 005A) (4,58) / b-side: Version (Matrix: SM 005B) (I have this track on “Jamaican Jewels CDR” running 4,58.)
Version (12 inch Mix) (Cool Runnings Version)
Longer as the version on 7-inch.
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic SM 005, 1981, a-side: Cool Runnings (Matrix: SM 005A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: SM 005B) (4,51)
Never released on CD.
I have a recording of this 12-inch on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 2 CDR” with the b-side running 4,51.
Arab´s Oil Weapon (1981 Remix)
A long remix of the vocal track recorded in 1972 in a discomix style with some added instrumental passages.
Lead and harmony vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Harmonies by Rita Marley and Judy Mowatt. Peter Tosh on guitars, keyboards and probably also on melodica. Carlton Barrett on drums. Aston Barrett on bass. Bobby Ellis on trumpet and piano, Richard “Dirty Harry” Hall on tenor sax.
USA Longplay release: Wiser Dread (Various Artist Compilation), Nighthawk 301, 1981 (7,21) (I have this LP and 12-inch and have the track recorded running 7,21 on “rastaman collection III-2?.)
USA 12-inch release: Nighthawk 12NH1001, 1981, a-side: Arab Oil Weapon (7,21) (Matrix: 38385A NHR45 1001A) / b-side: Life Line, Life Line Version (Matrix: 38385B NHR45 100) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 7,21 and the b-side running 2,20 and 2,28 on “Bunny Wailer Maxis CDR”.) (I have a further recording on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 2 CDR”.
Never released on CD.
Life Line (Remix)
RS tells it would be a remix made in 1981 using “Life Line” recorded in 1973.
I only have the LP and 12-inch not the Solomoic 7-inch. But the 1981 appearance don´t sound like remixed. So I am asking myself, if the 1981 appearance might be the same as the 1972 7-inch. To be confirmed.
USA Longplay release: Wiser Dread (Various Artist Compilation), Nighthawk 301, 1981, (2,22) (I have this LP and 12-inch and have the track recorded running 2,22 on “rastaman collection III-2?.) (I have a further recording on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 2 CDR”.
USA 12-inch release: Nighthawk 12NH1001, 1981, a-side: Arab Oil Weapon (7,15) (Matrix: 38385A NHR45 1001A) / b-side: Life Line (2,22), Life Line Version (Matrix: 38385B NHR45 100) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 7,21 and the b-side running 2,20 and 2,28 on “Bunny Wailer Maxis CDR”.) (I have a further recording on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 2 CDR”.
Never released on CD.
Life Line (Version)
A dub remix made in 1981 using “Life Line” recorded in 1972. See above.
USA 12-inch release: Nighthawk 12NH1001, 1981, a-side: Arab Oil Weapon (7,15) (Matrix: 38385A NHR45 1001A) / b-side: Life Line, Life Line Version (Matrix: 38385B NHR45 100) (2,31) (I have this 12-inch and have the track recorded running 7,21 on “rastaman collection III-2?.) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 7,21 and the b-side running 2,20 and 2,28 on “Bunny Wailer Maxis CDR”.) (I have a further recording on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 2 CDR”.
Never released on CD.
Bald Headed Woman
USA Shanachie album release: Crucial ! Roots Classics, 1994 (4,02)
Galong So
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Galong So (Matrix: DSR 3050A) (2,57) / b-side: Galong So Version (Matrix: DSR 3051B) (I have this 7-inch and a recording on “rastaman collection III-2, CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
There is also a version. See next.
And there is a long mix. See below.
Galong So (Version)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Galong So (Matrix: DSR 3050A) / b-side: Galong So Version (Matrix: DSR 3051B) (2,56) (I have this 7-inch and a recording on “rastaman collection III-2, CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Galong So (12-inch)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Galong So (Matrix: BW 981NYA) (6,04) / b-side: Rock And Groove (Matrix: BW 98 NYB) (6,10) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,07 and the b-side running 6,13 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches I CDR”.) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,04 and the b-side running 6,10 on “Bunny Wailer Maxis CDR”.)
USA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Galong So (Matrix: BW 981NYA) / b-side: Rock And Groove (Matrix: BW 98 NYB)
Never released on CD.
Riding (12-inch Mix)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Riding (Matrix: SM 001A) (4,36) / b-side: Version (Matrix: SM 001B)
Riding (Version) (12-inch) (= 7-inch)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Riding (Matrix: SM 001A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: SM 001B) (5,49) I have this track on “Bob Marley – Wailers Wanted CDR” (5,49).
JA 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Riding (Matrix: DSR 1752-A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 1753-B) (5,47) I have a recording of this 7-inch on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 2 CDR” with the b-side running 5,47.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Riding (Matrix: DSR 2207A) / b-side: Riding Version (Matrix: DSR 2208B)
Never released on CD.
Riding (7-inch Mix)
No edit but a different mix for 7-inch release.
JA 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Riding (Matrix: DSR 1752-A) (4,24) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 1753-B) I have a recording of this 12-inch on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 2 CDR” with the a-side running 4,24.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Riding (Matrix: DSR 2207A) / b-side: Riding Version (Matrix: DSR 2208B)
UK 7-inch release: Solomonic SMA 1, 1981, a-side: Rise And Shine (Matrix: RTO 83A) / b-side: Riding (Matrix: RTO 83B)
UK 7-inch release: Solomonic SMA 1, 1981, a-side: Riding (Matrix: RTO 83A) (3,42) / b-side: Rise And Shine (Matrix: RTO 83B) I have this track on “Bob Marley – Wailers Wanted CDR” (4,27).
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Riding (Matrix: DSR 2207A) / b-side: Riding Version (Matrix: DSR 2208B)
Rise And Shine
First recording without the speech and with more echo.
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SM 007, 1981, a-side: Rise And Shine (Matrix: SM 007A) / b-side: Solomonic Dub (Matrix: SM 007B) (I have a recording of this 12-inch running 10,01 with 4,26 being the vocal and 5,34 being the dub on “rastaman collection III-1 CDR”.)
This mix appears also released on a UK Jah Shaka dubplate 10-inch including two further unreleased mixes.
Never released on CD.
There is also a dub called “Solomonic Dub”. See next.
And there is a shorter edit on 7-inch. See below.
Later the track appeared at the album “Liberation” also edited but longer.
Solomonic Dub
Dub of “Rise And Shine”.
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SM 007, 1981, a-side: Rise And Shine (Matrix: SM 007A) / b-side: Solomonic Dub (Matrix: SM 007B) (I have a recording of this 12-inch running 10,01 with 4,26 being the vocal and 5,34 being the dub on “rastaman collection III-1 CDR”.)
This mix appears also released on a UK Jah Shaka dubplate 10-inch including two further unreleased mixes.
Never released on CD.
Rise And Shine (7-inch Edit)
Edit of the forementioned track.
UK 7-inch release: Solomonic SMA 1, 1981, a-side: Rise And Shine (Matrix: RTO 83A) / b-side: Riding (Edit)(Matrix: RTO 83B)
UK 7-inch release: Solomonic SMA 1, 1981, a-side: Riding (Matrix: RTO 83A) / b-side: Rise And Shine (Matrix: RTO 83B)
Unity
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Unity (Matrix: DSR 1704A) / b-side: Unity Version (Matrix: DSR 1705B)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Unity (Matrix: UNITY A) (4,27) / b-side: Version (Matrix: UNITY B) (4,33) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 4,27 and the b-side running 4,33 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches II CDR”.)
USA Shanachie album release: Crucial! Roots Classics, 1994 (4,30)
There is also a version. See next.
Version
Version of “Unity”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Unity (Matrix: DSR 1704A) / b-side: Unity Version (Matrix: DSR 1705B)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Unity (Matrix: UNITY A) (4,27) / b-side: Version (Matrix: UNITY B) (4,33) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 4,27 and the b-side running 4,33 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches II CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
The Conqueror (7-inch)
The track appears on 7-inch different. The drums are more in front here and the sound is rougher as on the album of 12-inch.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: The Conqueror (Matrix: DSR 6386-A) (3,45) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 6387-B) (3,56) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,45 and the b-side running 3,55 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
Version (7-inch)
The version of “Conqueror” appears on 7-inch different. The drums are more in front and the sound is rougher as on the 12-inch.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1983, a-side: The Conqueror (Matrix: DSR 6386-A) (3,45) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 6387-B) (3,56) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,45 and the b-side running 3,55 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
The Conqueror (12-inch)
The track appears on 12-inch different. The drums are lesser in front and the sound is lesser rough as on the 7-inch.
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic BWD 015, 1983, a-side: Conqueror (Matrix: BWD 015A) (3,43) / b-side: Version (Matrix: BWD 015B) (3,58) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 3,42 and the b-side running 3,59 on “rastaman collection III – 1 CDR.) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 3,43 and the b-side running 3,59 on “Bunny Wailer Maxis CDR”.)
Version (12-inch)
The version of “Conqueror” appears on 12-inch different. The drums are lesser in front and the sound is lesser rough as on 7-inch. Also the vocals at the end of the song are a bit different on the 12-inch version compared to the 7-inch version.
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic BWD 015, 1983, a-side: Conqueror (Matrix: BWD 015A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: BWD 015B) (3,58) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the b-side running 3,58 as bonus track on “Bunny Wailer Blackheart Man JA Mix CDR”.) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 3,42 and the b-side running 3,59 on “rastaman collection III – 1 CDR.)
Never released on CD.
1982
HOOK LINE AND SINKER ALBUM
Recorded January to March 1982.
Sly Dunbar and M. Richards and Carl Ayton on drums, Robbie Shakespeare and Leebert Morrison on bass, Leebert Morrison, Dwight Pinkney and Earl Chinna Smith on rhythm guitar, Leebert Morrison on lead guitar, Keith Sterling and Harry Butler on keyboards, Dean Fraser, R. Robinson and Cheeko Junior Chin on horns, Sticky and Bunny Wailer on percussion, syn-drums and funde by Bunny Wailer.
Jamaican Longplay release: Solomonic SMLP 008, 1982, (Matrix: DSR 5452A / DSR 5453B)
Jamaican Longplay release:Solomonic SMLP 008, 1982, (Matrix: DSR 7043A / DSR 7044B) (My Copy)
Riding
Solomonic album release (6,18)
Hook, Line ´n´ Sinker
Solomonic album release (5,59)
Soul Rocking Party
Solomonic album release (6,21)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1983, a-side: Electro Rap (Matrix: DSR 0339A) / b-side: Version (Soul Rocking Party / Version) (Matrix: DSR 0340B)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SM 12 021, 1983, a-side: Electro Rap (Matrix: SM12 021A) / b-side: Soul Rocking Party (Matrix: SM12 021B) (6,28) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,43 and the b-side running 6,28 on “Bunny Wailer Maxis CDR”.)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1994, a-side: Soul Rocking Party (Matrix: DSR 3688A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 3689B)
UK 7-inch release: Solomonic SM7 021, 1983, a-side: Electro Rap (Matrix: SM7 021A) / b-side: Soul Rocking Party (Matrix: SM7 021B) (Maybe this 7-inch has an edit in fact.)
The Monkey
Adapted from the mento song “Monkey Talk”.
Solomonic album release (3,58)
Swap Shop
Solomonic album release (5,51)
Simmer Down
Solomonic album release (3,36)
Back To School
Solomonic album release (4,33)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1982, a-side: Back To School (Matrix: DSR 3328-A) (4,38) / b-side: Back To School Version (Matrix: DSR 3729-B) (4,24) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 4,38 and the b-side running 4,24 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
UK 7-inch release: Solomonic SM 025, 1986, a-side: Back To School (Matrix: SM 025A-1) / b-side: School Days Dub (Matrix: SM 025B-1)
There is also a version. See below.
And there is a 12-inch mix. See below.
The dub of the 12-inch mix is called “School Day´s Dub”. See below.
More Tracks:
Collie Man
7-inch, 12-inch and album tracks are the same.
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1982, a-side: Collie Man (Matrix: DSR 3384-A) (3,48) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 3385-B) (3,48) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,48 and the b-side running 3,48 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1993, a-side: Collie Man (Matrix: DSR 3447 A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 3448 B)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic BWD 017, 1982, a-side: Collie Man, Version (Matrix: BWD 017 A) / b-side: Trouble On The Road, Version (Matrix: BWD 017 B)
USA Shanachie album release: Rootsman Skanking, 1987 (3,45)
There is also a version. See next.
Version
Version of “Collie Man”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1982, a-side: Collie Man (Matrix: DSR 3384-A) (3,48) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 3385-B) (3,48) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,48 and the b-side running 3,48 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1993, a-side: Collie Man (Matrix: DSR 3447 A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 3448 B)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic BWD 017, 1982, a-side: Collie Man, Version (Matrix: BWD 017 A) / b-side: Trouble On The Road, Version (Matrix: BWD 017 B)
Never released on CD.
Trouble Is On The Road Again
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1982, a-side: Trouble Is On The Road Again (Matrix: DSR 6592-A) (3,22) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 6593-B) (3,51)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, a-side: Trouble Is On The Road Again (Matrix: Trouble A) (3,22) / b-side: Version (Matrix: Trouble B) (3,51) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,22 and the b-side running 3,51 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic BWD 017, 1982, a-side: Collie Man, Version (Matrix: BWD 017A) / b-side: Trouble On The Road, Version (Matrix: BWD 017B)
USA Shanachie album release: Crucial! Roots Classics, 1994 (3,26)
There is also a version. See next.
Version
Version of “Trouble Is On The Road Again”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1982, a-side: Trouble Is On The Road Again (Matrix: DSR 6592-A) (3,22) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 6593-B) (3,51)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, a-side: Trouble Is On The Road Again (Matrix: Trouble A) (3,22) / b-side: Version (Matrix: Trouble B) (3,51) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,22 and the b-side running 3,51 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic BWD 017, 1982, a-side: Collie Man, Version (Matrix: BWD 017A) / b-side: Trouble On The Road, Version (Matrix: BWD 017B)
Never released on CD.
Version, School Day´s Dub
Dub version of “Back To School”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1982, a-side: Back To School (Matrix: DSR 3328-A) (4,38) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 3729-B) (4,24) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 4,38 and the b-side running 4,24 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
UK 7-inch release: Solomonic SM 025, 1986, a-side: Back To School (Matrix: SM 025A-1) / b-side: School Days Dub (Matrix: SM 025B-1)
Never released on CD.
Back To School (12-inch)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic BWD 014, 1982, a-side: Back To School (6,00) (Matrix: BWD 014A) / b-side: School Days Dub (Matrix: BW 014B)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic BWD 014, 1986, a-side: Back To School (Matrix: BWD 014A) / b-side: School Days Dub (Matrix: BW 014B) An unknown quantity of the originals was issued at the same time of the repressing.
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SMT 025), 1986, a-side: Back To School (Matrix: SM 025A) / b-side: School Days Dub (Matrix: SM 025B) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,00 and the b-side running 6,22 on “Bunny Wailer Maxis CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
School Day´s Dub (12-inch)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic BWD 014, 1982, a-side: Back To School (Matrix: BWD 014A) / b-side: School Days Dub (Matrix: BW 014B) (6,22)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic BWD 014, 1986, a-side: Back To School (Matrix: BWD 014A) / b-side: School Days Dub (Matrix: BW 014B) An unknown quantity of the originals was issued at the same time of the repressing.
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SMT 025), 1986, a-side: Back To School (Matrix: SM 025A) / b-side: School Days Dub (Matrix: SM 025B) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,00 and the b-side running 6,22 on “Bunny Wailer Maxis CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
1983
ROOTS RADICS ROCKERS REGGAE
Reissue of the album “In I Fathers House” (1980) plus “Cease Fire” (1980) and “Conqueror” (1981).
USA Shanachie Roots Radics Rockers Reggae 43013, LP
Roots Radics Rockers Reggae (4,17) 5 seconds shorter as on “In I Fathers House” album
Cease Fire
Let Him Go (3,43) 8 seconds shorter as on “In I Fathers House” album
The Conqueror
Rockers (5,30)
Wirly Girly (4,03) 8 seconds shorter as on “In I Fathers House” album
Rockin´ Time (5,33) 5 seconds shorter as on “In I Fathers House” album
Love Fire (5,00) 5 seconds shorter as on “In I Fathers House” album
Cease Fire (album track)
The album track is 36 seconds longer as the original release on 7-inch in 1980.
album release: Shanachie, 1083, Roots Radics Rockers Reggae (4,33)
The Conqueror (album edit)
A mix 18 seconds shorter as the original 7-inch.
USA Shanachie album release: Roots Radics Rockers Reggae, 1983 (3,34)
For the 7-inch and 12-inch vocal tracks and versions see above in 1981.
Rockers (short album edit)
19 seconds shorter as on “In I Fathers House” album
album release: Shanachie, 1083, Roots Radics Rockers Reggae (5,30)
More Tracks:
Boderation
JA 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1983, a-side: Bodaration (3,50) / b-side: Version
UK 7-inch release: Solomonic SM018, 1983, a-side: Boderation (Matrix: SM018A) / b-side: Another Dance (Matrix: SM018B)
USA Shanachie album release: Crucial! Roots Classics, 1994 (3,57)
There is a longer mix. See next.
And their is its version.
Boderation (12-inch)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1983, a-side: Boderation (Matrix: DSR 0337-A) (4,20) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 0338-B) (4,36) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 4,20 and the b-side running 4,36 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches I CDR”.)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1993, a-side: Boderation (Matrix: DSR 0337-A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 0338-B)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SM12 018, 1983, a-side: Boderation (Matrix: SM 12 18A) (4,06) / b-side: Bader Ridim (Matrix: SM 018B) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 4,06 and the b-side running 4,34 on “rastaman collection III – 1 CDR.) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 4,12 and the b-side running 4,34 on “Bunny Wailer Maxis CDR”.) (I have a recording of this 12-inch as an extra track on my “Rock ´N´ Groove” CDR running 4,15.)
Never released on CD.
Version, Badder Ridim (12-inch)
“Bader Ridim” is the version of “Boderation”.
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1983, a-side: Boderation (Matrix: DSR 0337-A) (4,20) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 0338-B) (4,36) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 4,20 and the b-side running 4,36 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches I CDR”.)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1993, a-side: Boderation (Matrix: DSR 0337-A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 0338-B)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SM12 018, 1983, a-side: Boderation (Matrix: SM 12 18A) (4,06) / b-side: Badder Ridim (Matrix: SM 018B) (4,34) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 4,06 and the b-side running 4,34 on “rastaman collection III – 1 CDR.) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 4,12 and the b-side running 4,34 on “Bunny Wailer Maxis CDR”.) (I have a recording of this 12-inch as an extra track on my “Rock ´N´ Groove” CDR running 4,34.)
JA 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1983, a-side: Bodaration (3,50) / b-side: Version (Maybe the 7-inch has a shorter version. To be confirmed.
Never released on CD.
Electric Boogie
Lead and harmony vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic 0014, 1983, a-side: Electric Boogie (Matrix: SOL 014-A) (4,09) / b-side: Electro Rap (Matrix: SOL 014-B) (4,19) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 4,09 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.)
There is a rap version. See next.
Then there is a long mix of that rap version. See below.
The track appeared in a longer mix in 1990 on the album “Just Be Nice”. See later.
And then there is the track with vocals by Marcia Griffiths and Bunny Wailer released in seven various mixes. See below.
Electro Rap
“Electro Rap” is a rap mix of “Electric Boogie”.
Lead and harmony vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic 0014, 1983, a-side: Electric Boogie (Matrix: SOL 014-A) (4,09) / b-side: Electro Rap (Matrix: SOL 014-B) (4,19) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the b-side running 4,19 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.)
UK 7-inch release: Solomonic SM7 021, 1983, a-side: Electro Rap (Matrix: SM7 021A) / b-side: Soul Rocking Party (Matrix: SM7 021B)
The track appeared in a longer mix in 1990 on the album “Just Be Nice”. See later.
Electro Rap (12-inch)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1983, a-side: Electro Rap (Matrix: DSR 0339A) / b-side: Version (Soul Rocking Party, Version) (Matrix: DSR 0340B)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SM 12 021, 1983, a-side: Electro Rap (Matrix: SM12 021A) (6,43) / b-side: Soul Rocking Party (Matrix: SM12 021B) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,43 and the b-side running 6,28 on “Bunny Wailer Maxis CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Electric Boogie (Marcia Griffiths) (7-inch)
Lead vocals by Marcia Griffiths, harmony vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1983, a-side: Electric Boogie (Marcia Griffiths) (Matrix: Electric Boogie A 1) (4,07) / b-side: Version (Matrix: Electric Boogie B 1) (4,18) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 4,07 and the b-side running 4,18 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.)
Version (7-inch)
Half-instrumental version of “Electric Boogie”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1983, a-side: Electric Boogie (Marcia Griffiths) (Matrix: Electric Boogie A 1) (4,07) / b-side: Version (Matrix: Electric Boogie B 1) (4,18) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 4,07 and the b-side running 4,18 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Electric Boogie (Marcia Griffiths) (12-inch)
Lead vocals by Marcia Griffiths, harmony vocals by Bunny Wailer.
UK 7-inch release: Island IS 112, 1983, a-side: Electric Boogie (Marcia Grifiths and Bunny Wailer) / b-side: Instrumental
UK 12-inch release: Island 12IS 112, 1983, a-side: Electro Boogie (3,51) Electric Boogie (Long Version) (6,35) / b-side: Electro Boogie (Dub 1) (4,10), Electro Boogie (Dub 2) (3,08), Electro Boogie (Dub 3) (4,10)
Electric Boogie (Marcia Griffiths) (Long Version) (12-inch)
Long mix featuring vocals by Marcia Griffiths and Bunny Wailer with an instrumental start.
UK 12-inch release: Island 12IS 112, 1983, a-side: Electro Boogie (3,51) Electric Boogie (Long Version) (6,35) / b-side: Electro Boogie (Dub 1) (4,10), Electro Boogie (Dub 2) (3,08), Electro Boogie (Dub 3) (4,10)
Electric Boogie (Dub 1) (Marcia Griffiths) (12-inch)
Instrumental mix.
UK 12-inch release: Island 12IS 112, 1983, a-side: Electro Boogie (3,51) Electric Boogie (Long Version) (6,35) / b-side: Electro Boogie (Dub 1) (4,10), Electro Boogie (Dub 2) (3,08), Electro Boogie (Dub 3) (4,10)
Electric Boogie (Dub 2) (Marcia Griffiths) (12-inch)
Short half-instrumental mix.
UK 12-inch release: Island 12IS 112, 1983, a-side: Electro Boogie (3,51) Electric Boogie (Long Version) (6,35) / b-side: Electro Boogie (Dub 1) (4,10), Electro Boogie (Dub 2) (3,08), Electro Boogie (Dub 3) (4,10)
Electric Boogie (Dub 3) (Marcia Griffiths) (12-inch)
Half-instrumental version of “Electric Boogie”.
UK 7-inch release: Island IS 112, 1983, a-side: Electric Boogie (Marcia Grifiths and Bunny Wailer) / b-side: Instrumental
UK 12-inch release: Island 12IS 112, 1983, a-side: Electro Boogie (3,51) Electric Boogie (Long Version) (6,35) / b-side: Electro Boogie (Dub 1) (4,10), Electro Boogie (Dub 2) (3,08), Electro Boogie (Dub 3) (4,10) (”Dub 3? is the half-instrumental version.)
Never released on CD.
LIVE ! ALBUM
Recorded at “Youth Consciousness Reggae Festival Pt.1?, National Stadium, Kingston, Jamaica, December 25th 1983.
Robbie Shakespeare, Errol “Flabba Holt” Carter and L. Morrison “Gibby” on bass, Sly Dunbar, Anthony “Style” Scott and Carl on drums, Dougie, Bo Peep, Eric Lamont (Bingy Bunny) and Dwight on guitars, Tarzan, Steely and Bubbler on keyboards, U Thompson (Sticky) on percussion, Harry T Powell on repeater drum, Dean Fraser, R. Robinson, Junior Cheeko Chin on horns, Vern, Anna and Gem on backing harmonies.
Live Mix by Dennis Thompson.
Jamaican Longplay release: Solomonic SM 009, 1983
Blackheart Man (Live)
Solomonic album release (7,23)
Armagedon (Live)
Solomonic album release (7,07)
Crucial (Live)
Solomonic album release (6,40)
Dance Rock (Live)
Solomonic album release (4,34)
Rock´n Groove (Live)
Solomonic album release (7,16)
Ballroom Floor (Live)
Solomonic album release (6,10)
Toughest (Live)
Solomonic album release (3,33)
More Tracks:
Searching For Love (Long Remix)
Long remix without further additions made of “Searching For Love” and its version “Must Skank” recorded and released in 1972. See above.
USA Longplay release: Knotty Vision (Various Artists Compilation), Nighthawk (5,41) (I have a recording of this track taken from this album running 5,41 on “rastaman collection III-2, CDR”.) I have this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 2 CDR” running 5,53.
Never released on CD.
Bide (Remix)
Lead vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Released at Various Artists – Knotty Vision, USA Nighthawk 306, 1983, LP
I have this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 2 CDR” running 2,29.
Never released on CD.
Pass It On (Remix)
Lead vocals by Bunny Wailer.
Released at Various Artists – Knotty Vision, USA Nighthawk 306, 1983, LP
I have this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 2 CDR” running 4,01.
Never released on CD.

1984
Dancehall Music (12-inch)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1984, a-side: Jump Jump (Matrix: SM 022 A) (6,05) / b-side: Dance Hall Music – Dub (8,07) (Matrix: SM 022 AA) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,05 and the b-side running 8,07 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches II CDR”.)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SM12 022, 1984, a-side: Jump Jump (Matrix: SM 022A) / b-side: Dance Hall Music – Dub (Matrix: SM 022-AA) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,01 and the b-side running 8,05 on “rastaman collection III – 1 CDR.)
Never released on CD.
The track appeared shorter on LP and 7-inch. See below.
Jump Jump (12-inch)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1984, a-side: Jump Jump (Matrix: SM 022 A) (6,05) / b-side: Dance Hall Music – Dub (8,07) (Matrix: SM 022 AA) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,05 and the b-side running 8,07 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches II CDR”.)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SM12 022, 1984, a-side: Jump Jump (Matrix: SM12 022A) / b-side: Dance Hall Music – Dub (Matrix: SM12 022B) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,01 and the b-side running 8,05 on “rastaman collection III – 1 CDR.)
Never released on CD.
The track appeared shorter on LP and 7-inch. See below.

1985
MARKETPLACE ALBUM
Sly Dunbar on drums, Robbie Shakespeare on bass, Constantine Walker on guitars, Keith Sterling and Philipp Pearson on keyboards, Dean Fraser, R. Robinson and Cheeko Chin on horns, Harry Thompson and Bunny Wailer on percussion, Tyrone Downie on harmonica, backing harmonies by Light Of Love.
Recorded and mixed at Tuff Gong Studio except “Jump Jump” mixed at Right Track Recording Studio New York City.
UK album release: Solomonic SMLP 010, 1985
Stay With The Reggae
Solomonic album release (3,46)
Jump Jump
7-inch release: 1984, a-side: Jump Jump (3,51) / b-side: Dance Hall Music (I have this 7-inch and have the track recorded on “rastaman collection III-2?.)
Solomonic album release (3,51)
Dance Hall Music
7-inch release: 1984, a-side: Jump Jump / b-side: Dance Hall Music (4,22) (I have this 7-inch and have the track recorded on “rastaman collection III-2?.)
Solomonic album release (4,22)
Cool And Deadly
Solomonic album release (3,52)
Ally Worker
Solomonic album release (3,48)
Dance The Night Away
Solomonic album release (3,53)
Electric City
Solomonic album release (4,14)
Tears In Your Eyes
Solomonic album release (5,07)
UK 7-inch release: Solomonic SM7 023, 1986, a-side: Tears In Your Eyes (Matrix: DSR SM7 023A) / b-side: Old Time Singting (Matrix: DSR SM7 023AA)
Home Sweet Home
Solomonic album release (3,20)
Together
Solomonic album release (3,15)
More Tracks:
Music Lesson (1985 Remix) (12-inch)
USA 12-inch release: Solomonic a-side: Music Lesson (06,05) / b-side: Nice Time
Holland 12-inch release: Solomonic / Munich Records, a-side: Musical Lesson (06,16) / b-side: Nice Time (a-side is ten seconds longer here)
JA 12-inch release: Tuff Gong TG 12001, a-side: Musical Lesson / b-side: Nice Time
Never released on CD.
Nice Time (1985 Remix) (12-inch)
USA 12-inch release: Solomonic, a-side: Music Lesson / b-side: Nice Time (05,44)
Holland 12-inch release: Solomonic / Munich Records, a-side: Musical Lesson (06,16) / b-side: Nice Time (6,05) (b-side is twenty-one seconds longer here)
JA 12-inch release: Tuff Gong TG 12001, a-side: Musical Lesson / b-side: Nice Time
Never released on CD.
Here In Jamaica
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and percussion.
Influenced by a mento song called “Ethiopia” by Lord Lebby.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic 1985, a-side: Here In Jamaica (Matrix: DSR 5431-A) (3,38) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 5432-B) (3,51) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,38 and the b-side running 3,51 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1985, a-side: Here In Jamaica (Matrix: DSR 5526A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 5527B) (3,36)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1994, a-side: Here In Jamaica (Matrix: DSR 5526A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 5527B) (3,36) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 3,36 on “V. A. – Solomonic & More” CDR.)
USA Shanachie album release: Crucial! Roots Classics, 1994 (3,35)
There is also a version. See next.
Version (Here In Jamaica)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic 1985, a-side: Here In Jamaica (Matrix: DSR 5431-A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 5432-B) (3,51) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the b-side running 3,51 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1985, a-side: Here In Jamaica (Matrix: DSR 5526A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 5527B) (4,01)
JA 12-inch release: Solomonic, 1994, a-side: Here In Jamaica (Matrix: DSR 5526A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 5527B) (4,01) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the b-side running 4,01 on “V. A. – Solomonic & More” CDR.)
Never released on CD.
Food
Bunny Wailer on lead and harmony vocals and on percussion.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1985, a-side: Food (Matrix: DSR 5435-A)(4,24) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 5435-B) (4,17) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 4,24 and the b-side running 4,17 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.)
There is also a version. See next.
A shorter mix appeared at the album “Liberation. See later.
Version
Version of “Food” with some speech-like vocals of Bunny.
Bunny Wailer on lead vocals and on percussion.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1985, a-side: Food (Matrix: DSR 5435-A)(4,24) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 5435-B) (4,17) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 4,24 and the b-side running 4,17 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Food – Instrumental Mix
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SM 024, 1986, a-side: Serious Thing (Matrix: SM12 024A) (6,02) / b-side: Food – Instrumental Mix (Matrix: SM12 024AA) (9,47) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,02 and the b-side running 9,47 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches II CDR”.)

1986
RULE DANCE HALL ALBUM
Jamaican album release: Solomonic
UK album release:Shanachie SH 43050
Rule Dance Hall
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1987, a-side: Rule Dance Hall (Matrix: SP 14A) (4,05) / b-side: Version (Matrix: SP 14B) (3,52) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 4,05 and the b-side running 3,52 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.)
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (3,58)
There is also a version. See later.
Jolly Session
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (4,11)
Saturday Night
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (3,41)
Trash In A We Bes
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (3,54)
Put It On
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (3,56)
Reggae In The USA
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (4,07)
Haughty Tempo
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (4,47)
There is also a shorter mix on 7-inch. See below.
And there is a version on 7-inch. See below.
Camouflage
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (3,52)
Hot Food Head
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (4,21)
Stir It Up
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (3,42)
Old Time Sinting
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (3,46)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic 1986, a-side: Old Time Sinting (Matrix: DSR 6286-A) (3,40) / b-side: Old Time Sinting Version (Matrix: DSR 6287-B) (3,41) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,40 and the b-side running 3,41 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
UK 7-inch release: Solomonic SM7 023, 1986, a-side: Tears In Your Eyes (Matrix: DSR SM7 023A) / b-side: Old Time Singting (Matrix: DSR SM7 023AA)
Reasons
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (3,22)
More Tracks:
Haughty Tempo (Short Mix)
A short mix of the album track.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic B.W. 025, 1987, a-side: Haughty Tempo (Matrix: DSR 8815-A) (3,59) / b-side: Haughty Tempo Version (Matrix: DSR 8816-B) (3,41) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,59 and the b-side running 3,41 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.)
Version
Version of “Haughty Tempo” including some vocals.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic B.W. 025, 1987, a-side: Haughty Tempo (Matrix: DSR 8815-A) (3,59) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 8816-B) (3,41) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,59 and the b-side running 3,41 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Old Time Sinting (Version)
Version featuring some lead vocals.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic 1986, a-side: Old Time Sinting (Matrix: DSR 6286-A) (3,40) / b-side: Old Time Sinting Version (Matrix: DSR 6287-B) (3,41) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,40 and the b-side running 3,41 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
Tears in Your Eyes (12-inch)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SM12 023, 1985, a-side: Tears In Your Eyes (4,52), Instrumental Mix (4,57) (Matrix: SM12 023A) / b-side: Old Time Sing-Ting (3,29), Old Time Dub (3,25) (Matrix: SM12 023AA)
I have this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 1 CDR” running 4,52.
Never released on CD.
Tears In Your Eyes (Instrumental Mix) (12-inch)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SM12 023, 1985, a-side: Tears In Your Eyes (4,52), Instrumental Mix (4,57) (Matrix: SM12 023A) / b-side: Old Time Sing-Ting (3,29), Old Time Dub (3,25) (Matrix: SM12 023AA)
Never released on CD.
I have this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 1 CDR” running 4,57.
Old Time Sing Ting (12-inch)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SM12 023, 1985, a-side: Tears In Your Eyes (4,52), Instrumental Mix (4,57) (Matrix: SM12 023A) / b-side: Old Time Sing-Ting (3,29), Old Time Dub (3,25) (Matrix: SM12 023AA)
Never released on CD.
I have this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 1 CDR” running 3,29.
Old Time Sing Ting Dub Mix, Version (12-inch)
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SM12 023, 1985, a-side: Tears In Your Eyes (4,52), Instrumental Mix (4,57) (Matrix: SM12 023A) / b-side: Old Time Sing-Ting (3,29), Old Time Dub (3,25) (Matrix: SM12 023AA)
Never released on CD.
I have this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 1 CDR” running 3,25.
Serious Thing
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1986, a-side: Serious Thing (Matrix: DSR 3348-A) (4,07) / b-side: Serious Thing Version (Matrix: DSR 3349-B) (3,57)
There is also a version. See next.
And there is a long mix. See below.
Serious Thing (Version)
Version featuring some vocals.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1986, a-side: Serious Thing / b-side: Serious Thing Version (3,57)
Serious Thing (12-inch)
Long mix combining vocal track and version.
UK 12-inch release: Solomonic SM 024, 1986, a-side: Serious Thing (Matrix: SM12 024A) (6,02) / b-side: Food – Instrumental Mix (Matrix: SM12 024AA) (9,47) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 6,02 and the b-side running 9,47 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches II CDR”.)

1987
ROOTSMAN SKANKING ALBUM
Reissue of the album “Rock ´n´ Groove” (1981) but all tracks are edited here. The edits of “Cool Runnings” appeared at a 7-inch in 1981, the edit of “Another Dance” previously appeared at a 7-inch in 1983. Additional tracks are “Gamblings”, taken from a 7-inch in 1979, “Collie Man” from a 7-inch in 1982 and “Cry To Me” (recorded 1981, previously unreleased).
Ballroom Floor (1987 album edit)
USA Shanachie SH 43043, 1987 (3,00)
Collie Man (1987 album edit)
USA Shanachie SH 43043, 1987 (3,44)
Dance Rock (1987 album edit)
USA Shanachie SH 43043, 1987 (2,56)
Gamblings (1987 album edit)
USA Shanachie SH 43043, 1987 (3,29)
Rootsman Skanking (1987 album edit)
USA Shanachie SH 43043, 1987 (3,29)
Cry To Me
USA Shanachie SH 43043, 1987 (3,35)
Rock´n Groove (1987 album edit)
USA Shanachie SH 43043, 1987 (3,19)
Jammins (1987 album edit)
USA Shanachie SH 43043, 1987 (3,04)
More Tracks:
Version (Botha)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1987, a-side: Botha (Matrix: SP 13-A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: SP 13-B) (3,43)
I have this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 2 CDR” running 3,43.
Version
Version of “Rule Dance Hall”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1987, a-side: Rule Dance Hall (Matrix: SP 14A) (4,05) / b-side: Version (Matrix: SP 14B) (3,52) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 4,05 and the b-side running 3,52 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.)
1989
LIBERATION ALBUM
Recorded 1987-1988.
Rise And Shine
Second recording of this song from 1981.
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (5,16)
Liberation
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (3,45)
Botha The Mosquito
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1987, a-side: Botha (Matrix: Sp Botha 13A) / b-side: Version (Matrix: SP 13B)
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (5,24)
Want To Come Home
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (3,55)
Ready When You Ready
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (4,50)
Didn´t You Know
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (4,35)
Dash Way The Vial
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (4,23)
Baldhead Jesus
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1989, a-side: Baldhead Jesus(Matrix: Sol BHJ A) / b-side: Baldhead Jesus Version (Matrix: Sol BHJ Ver B)
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (4,15)
Food (Album edit)
Shorter as the original release on 7-inch in 1985.
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (4,04)
Serious Thing
Longer as the 7-inch.
Solomonic / Shanachie album release (4,27)
More Tracks:
Baldhead Jesus (Version)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1989, a-side: Baldhead Jesus (Matrix: Sol BHJ A) / b-side: Baldhead Jesus Version (Matrix: Sol BHJ Ver B) (3,47)
Never released on CD.
Reggae Burden
Solomonic album release (4,10) Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1989, a-side: Reggae Burden (Matrix: DSR 1420-A) (3,50) / b-side: Version (Matrix: 1421-B) (3,45) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,50 and the b-side running 3,45 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.)
There is also a version. See next.
The track appeared longer on the album “Gumption”. See later.
Version
Version of “Reggae Burden” with some echoed vocals of Bunny Wailer.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1989, a-side: Reggae Burden (Matrix: DSR 1420-A) (3,50) / b-side: Version (Matrix: 1421-B) (3,45) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,50 and the b-side running 3,45 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.)
1990
TIME WILL TELL ALBUM
Reissue of “Tribute” album of 1981 plus “Bellyfull” & “Rebel Music” but here in mono instead of the original stereo and most tracks with a different running time.
Austrian CD release: Koch 322 593, 1991, CD
Soul Rebel (Mono)
Austrian CD release: Koch 322 593, 1991, CD (4,43) 7 seconds shorter as on “Tribute” album of 1981
I Shot The Sheriff (Mono)
Austrian CD release: Koch 322 593, 1991, CD (4,26) 13 seconds longer as on “Tribute” album of 1981
Time Will Tell (Mono)
Austrian CD release: Koch 322 593, 1991, CD (3,39) 11 sec shorter as on “Tribute” album of 1981
Bellyfull (Mono)
Austrian CD release: Koch 322 593, 1991, CD (4,07)
Redemption Song (Mono)
Austrian CD release: Koch 322 593, 1991, CD (3,33) 8 seconds longer as on “Tribute” album of 1981
No Woman No Cry (Mono)
Austrian CD release: Koch 322 593, 1991, CD (5,26) 10 seconds longer as on “Tribute” album of 1981
Slave Driver (Mono)
Austrian CD release: Koch 322 593, 1991, CD (4,27) 14 seconds longer as on “Tribute” album of 1981
War (Mono)
Austrian CD release: Koch 322 593, 1991, CD (4,01) 11 seconds shorter as on “Tribute” album of 1981
Crazy Baldhead (Mono)
Austrian CD release: Koch 322 593, 1991, CD (4,07) 8 seconds shorter as on “Tribute” album of 1981
Rebel Music (Mono)
Austrian CD release: Koch 322 593, 1991, CD (6,36)
NEVER ENDING WAILERS ALBUM
Recorded 1984. One 12-inch released in 1985. The album is released 1990.
Vocals by Bunny Wailer, Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Junior Braithwaite, Constantin Walker and Andrew Tosh.
Sly, Winston and Santa Davis on drums, Robbie and Derrick Burnett on bass, Constantin Walker on guitar, Robbie Lyn and Keith Sterling on keyboards, Johnny Moore, Bobby Ellis and Barrington Bailey on horns, Harry T., Hugh Sticky Thompson and Bunny Wailer on percussion
France album release: Declic / Semaphore 29492-414, 1990
I´m Still Wailing
Recorded in 1968 for JAD. Remixed by Bunny Wailer in 1985.
Album release (2,47)
Dutch Pot
Recorded in 1985 with Bunny Wailer, Peter Tosh, Constantine Walker.
Album release (3,35)
Hammer (1985 Remix)
Recorded in 1968 for JAD. Remixed by Bunny Wailer in 1985.
Album release (3,16)
Rescue Me (1985 Remix)
Recorded in 1985 with Bunny Wailer, Peter Tosh, Constantine Walker.
Album release (4,32)
Hurts To Be Alone (1985 Remix)
Recorded in 1968 for JAD. Remixed by Bunny Wailer in 1985.
Album release (3,13)
Together Again
Recorded in 1985 with Bunny Wailer, Peter Tosh, Constantine Walker.
Album release (3,30)
Music Lesson (1985 Remix)
Recorded 1968 for JAD. Remixed by Bunny Wailer in 1985.
Album release (5,50)
Nice Time (1985 Remix)
Recorded 1968 for JAD. Remixed by Bunny Wailer in 1985.
Album release (4,22)
How Many Times (1985 Remix)
Recorded in 1968 for JAD. Remixed by Bunny Wailer in 1985.
Album release (6,41)
Coolie Plum Tree
Recorded in 1985 with Bunny Wailer, Peter Tosh, Constantine Walker.
Album release (4,04)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong SLMCTG 001, 1994, a-side: False Beneficiaries / b-side: Coolie Plum Tree (4,06) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the b-side running 4,06 as bonus track on “Bunny Wailer Blackheart Man JA Mix CDR”.)
JUST BE NICE ALBUM
This album contains four songs of the 1982 album “Hook Line & Sinker”, three other songs from 1981, 1982 and 1983 with additional sound and five new songs.
USA RAS 3121, CD
Electric Boogie (Remix)
Solomonic / RAS album release (5,01)
Electro Rap (Remix)
Solomonic / RAS album release (5,08)
Riding, Riding High (Remix)
Solomonic / RAS album release (4,08)
Hook Line and Sinker (Remix)
Solomonic / RAS album release (5,01)
Soul Rocking Party,Soul Shake Down Party (Remix)
Solomonic / RAS album release (4,59)
Bad Dub
Solomonic / RAS album release (4,07)
Sitting In The Park
Solomonic / RAS album release (3,55)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SM7 030, 1990, a-side: Sitting In The Park (Matrix: SM 45 029A) (3,55) / b-side: Sitting In The Park (Version and Acapella Version) (Matrix: SM 33.3 029B) (3,50 and 2,57)
Family Affair
Solomonic / RAS album release (3,21)
Hit Back The Crack
Solomonic / RAS album release (5,33)
Back To School (Remix)
Solomonic / RAS album release (6,13)
Just Be Nice
Solomonic / RAS album release (4,57)
Ballroom Floor, Rolling Stone (Remix)
Solomonic / RAS album release (5,48)
GUMPTION ALBUM
Chris Meredith and Danny Brownie drum-programming, Robbie Shakespeare and Danny Thompson on bass, Owen Stewart on rhythm guitar, Danny Thompson on lead guitar, Owen Stewart on keyboards, Owen Stewart horns-programming, Harry T. And Bunny Wailer on percussion, backing by The Psalms and Bunny Wailer.
Recorded at Mixing Lab Studio.
JA Solomonic SMLP 014, 1990
Sounds Clash
Solomonic album release (4,05)
Gumption
Solomonic album release (3,46)
Dog War
Solomonic album release (3,55)
Warrior
Solomonic album release (3,51)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SM7 025, 1990, a-side: Warrior (Matrix: Sol Warr A) (3,45) / b-side: Warrior Dub (Matrix: Sol War Ver B) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,45 on “V. A. – Solomonic & More” CDR.)
Don Man
Reworking of “Let Him Go”.
Solomonic album release (3,49)
Reggae Burden
Solomonic album release (4,10)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1987, a-side: Reggae Burden (Matrix: DSR A1420) / b-side: Reggae Burden Version (Matrix: DSR B1421)
See And Blind
Solomonic album release (3,50)
Pieka, Bus Dem Shut
Solomonic album release (3,55)
Never Grown Old
Solomonic album release (3,51)
Closer Together
Solomonic album release (4,09)
More Tracks:
Sitting In The Park (Version)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SM7 030, 1990, a-side: Sitting In The Park (Matrix: SM 45 029A) (3,55) / b-side: Sitting In The Park (Version and Acapella Version) (Matrix: SM 33.3 029B) (3,50 and 2,57)
Never released on CD.
I have this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 1 CDR” running 3,50.
Sitting In The Park (A Capella Version)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SM7 030, 1990, a-side: Sitting In The Park (Matrix: SM 45 029A) / b-side: Sitting In The Park (Version and Acapella Version) (Matrix: SM 33.3 029B))
Never released on CD.
I have this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 1 CDR” running 2,57.
Warrior Dub
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SM7 027, 1990, a-side: Warrior (Matrix: Sol Warr A) / b-side: Warrior Dub (Matrix: Sol War Ver B) (3,25) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the b-side running 3,25 on “V. A. – Solomonic & More” CDR.)
Never released on CD.

1991
Dance Ha Fi Gwan (Version)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SM 034, 1991, a-side: Dance Ha Fi Gwan (Matrix: Sol DHFG A) / b-side: Dance Ha Fi Gwan Version (Matrix: DHFG Ver B) (3,46)
Dance Massive (Version)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SP 015, 1991, a-side: Dance Massive (Matrix: SP 015A) / b-side: Dance Massive Version (Matrix: SP 015B) (3,41)
Version (Don Dada) (Solomonic Reggaestra)
Version of “Don Dada”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SM 035, 1991, a-side: Don Dadda (SM 035-A) (3,47) / b-side: Version (SM 035-B) (3,52) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,47 and the b-side running 3,52 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.) (I have another recording on “Bunny Wailer More Vinyl 2 CDR” running 3,48.)
Love I Can Feel
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SM 036, 1991, a-side: Love I Can Feel (Matrix: Sol LICF A) (3,48) / b-side: Love I Can Feel Version (Matrix: Sol LICF B) (3,58)
I have this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 1 CDR” running 3,48.
Never released on CD.
Version (Love I Can Feel Version)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SM 036, 1991, a-side: Love I Can Feel (Matrix: Sol LICF A) (3,48) / b-side: Love I Can Feel Version (Matrix: Sol LICF B) (3,58)
Never released on CD.
I have this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 1 CDR” running 3,58.
Ram Dance (Version)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SM 037, 1991, a-side: Ram Dance (Matrix: Sol RD A) (3,53) / b-side: Ram Dance Version (Matrix: Sol RD Ver B) (3,48)
I have this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 1 CDR” running 3,48.
Walk´n Talk´n
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1991, a-side: Walk´n Talk´n (Matrix: DSR A2194) (3,49) / b-side: Walk´n Talk´n Version (Matrix: DSR B2195)
Never released on CD.
Walk´n Talk´n (Version)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1991, a-side: Walk´n Talk´n (Matrix: DSR A2194) / b-side: Walk´n Talk´n Version (Matrix: DSR B2195) (3,21)
Never released on CD.

1992
DANCE MASSIVE ALBUM
Carl Ayton and Chris Mereditt on drums, Danny Thompsion on bass, R (Fox) Stewart on keyboards, backing harmonies by The Psalms and Bunny Wailer.
JA Solomonic SOL 2546, 1992, LP, Matrix: DSR 3799A / 3800B
JA Solomonic SOL 2546, 1992, LP, Matrix: DSR 3789 / 3799 (My Copy) Sleeve says: Produced 1991, label says, Produced 1992.
Dance Ha Fe Gwan
Solomonic album release (4,01)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SM 034, 1991, a-side: Dance Ha Fi Gwan (Matrix: Sol DHFG A) / b-side: Dance Ha Fi Gwan Version (Matrix: DHFG Ver B)
Still The King
Solomonic album release (3,53)
Don Dada
Solomonic album release (3,56)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SM 035, 1991, a-side: Don Dadda (SM 035-A) (3,47) / b-side: Version (SM 035-B) (3,52) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,47 and the b-side running 3,52 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches III CDR”.) (I have another recording on “Bunny Wailer More Vinyl 2 CDR” running 3,48.
There is also a version. See above.
Dance Massive
Inclduing the melody of an old mento song called “Mango Walk”.
Solomonic album release (4,09)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SP 015, 1991, a-side: Dance Massive (Matrix: SP 015A) / b-side: Dance Massive Version (Matrix: SP 015B)
Ram Dance
Solomonic album release (3,42)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SM 037, 1991, a-side: Ram Dance (Matrix: Sol RD A) (3,53) / b-side: Ram Dance Version (Matrix: Sol RD Ver B) (3,48)
Conscious Lyrics
Solomonic album release (3,40)
Raggamuffin
“Keep On Moving” reworking)
Solomonic album release (3,45)
The Specialist
“Hypocrites” reworking
Solomonic album release (3,34)
Veteran
Solomonic album release (3,30)
Girls
Solomonic album release (4,00)
More Tracks:
Tribute To The Don
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SOL 2588, 1992, a-side: Tribute To The Don (Matrix: DSR A2192) (3,46) / b-side: Tribute To The Don Version (Matrix: DSR B2193)
Never released on CD.
Tribute To The Don (Version)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SOL 2588, 1992, a-side: Tribute To The Don (Matrix: DSR A2192) / b-side: Tribute To The Don Version (Matrix: DSR B2193) (3,30)
Never released on CD.
Woman
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SOL 2584, 1992, a-side: Woman (Matrix: DSR A830) (3,36) / b-side: Woman Dub (Matrix: DSR B800)
Never released on CD.
Woman (Dub)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic SOL 2584, 1992, a-side: Woman (Matrix: DSR A830) / b-side: Woman Dub (Matrix: DSR B800) (3,14)
Never released on CD.

1994
CRUCIAL! ROOTS CLASSICS
Austria Koch 34145-2, CD
Boderation, 7-inch (1983) (3,57) seven seconds longer as the 7-inch
Baldheaded Woman (1981) (4,02) previously unreleased
Old Dragon (1979) (6,29) seven seconds shorter as on the LP “Struggle”
Crucial (1980) (3,42) four seconds shorter as the 7-inch
Innocent Blood (1980) (3,25) seventeen seconds shorter as the 7-inch
Trouble On The Road Again (1982) (3,25) three seconds longer as the 7-inch
Peace Talks (1978) (4,39) previously released on 7-inch
Unity (1980) (4,30) three seconds longer as the 7-inch
Togawar Game (1980) (2,51) fifty-four seconds shorter as the 7-inch
Struggle (1979) (6,23) five seconds shorter as on the album “Struggle”
Free Jah Jah Children (1979) (5,22) seven seconds shorter as on the album “Struggle”
Power Strugglers (1979) (3,37) two seconds shorter as the 7-inch
Bright Soul (1979) (4,11) five seconds shorter as on the album “Struggle”
Here In Jamaica (1985) (3,35) three seconds shorter as the 7-inch
Reissue of earlier singles and album tracks from “Struggle” plus one previously unreleased song of 1981. Details see above. Remarkable different are these two tracks:
Togawar Game (short album mix)
A shorter mix of the track originally released on 7-inch in 1980.
USA album release: RAS, 1994, Crucial! Roots Classics (2,51)
Innocent Blood (short album mix)
A shorter mix of the track originally released on 7-inch in 1980.
album release: RAS, 1994, Crucial! Roots Classics (3,25)
False Beneficiaries
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong SLMC TG 001, 1994, a-side: False Beneficiaries (Matrix: DSR A5670) (3,41) / b-side: Coolie Plum Tree (Matrix: DSR B5671) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,43 as bonus track on “Bunny Wailer Blackheart Man JA Mix CDR”.)

1995
HALL OF FAME ALBUM
Accompanied by USA RAS 7064 One Drop (Vocal and Dub) / Wake Up And Live (Vocal and Dub) and USA RAS 7065 So Much Trouble (Vocal and Dub) / Forever Loving Jah (Vocal and Dub), 12-inch Maxis.
Released at 2-CD USA RAS/Solomonic.
Profile
RAS / Solomonic album release (0,41)
Roots
RAS / Solomonic album release (4,03)
Chant Down Babylon
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,21)
Forever Loving Jah
RAS / Solomonic album release (4,01)
Three Little Birds
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,25)
Trench Town
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,25)
Rastaman Vibration (Positive Vibration)
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,09)
Roots Rock Reggae
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,25)
Johnny Was A Good Man (Johnny Was)
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,03)
Want More
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,02)
No More Trouble
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,19)
Africa Unite
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,21)
One Drop
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,28)
12-inch Maxi release: Tuff Gong / Solomonic RAS 7064, 1995, One Drop – 1. Vocal Version (3,28), 2. Dub / Wake Up And Live – 1. Vocal Version, 2. Dub
Ambush
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,43)
Wake Up And Live
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,33)
12-inch Maxi release: Tuff Gong / Solomonic RAS 7064, 1995, One Drop – 1. Vocal Version, 2. Dub / Wake Up And Live – 1. Vocal Version (3,33), 2. Dub
Can´t Stop Them Now (Real Situation)
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,39)
Bad Card
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,14)
Mi And Dem (We And Them)
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,51)
Work
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,51)
Rasta Dread (Natty Dread)
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,47)
Bend Down Low
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,23)
Talking Blues
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,43)
Blackman Redemption
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,10)
Sun Is Shining
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,16)
Man To Man (Who The Cap Fit)
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,27)
CD 2:
Stiff Necked Fool
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,17)
Pimper´s Paradise
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,26)
Jump Nyahbinghi
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,08)
Mix Up
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,11)
Give Thanks And Praise
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,51)
Trouble In The World (So Much Trouble)
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,06)
Zion Train
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,15)
Rastaman Rides Again (Ride Natty Ride)
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,47)
Judge Not
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,40)
Fancy Curls
“Fancy Curls” is an unrecorded song of Bob Marley. Bunny Wailer tells about hearing Bob singing this tune as a child when first he heard him singing. They met, when Bob Marley was 8 or 9 years. At this age Bob said, I am a singer now. So this may be around 1954/1955. Bunny Wailer remembers that Bob Marley won a pound when he sang this track at his first public performance. Stephen Davis in his book Bob Marley – Conquering Lion Of Reggae writes, that this performance took place at Queen´s Theatre in 1959.
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,32)
Zimbabwe
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,15)
Winepress (Babylon System)
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,07)
Rat Race
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,49)
Revolution
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,19)
Top Rankin´
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,21)
Rainbow Country
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,23)
Simmer Down
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,02)
Running Away
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,06)
Guiltiness
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,55)
Craven Choke Puppy
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,33)
Natural Mystic
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,42)
So Much Things To Say
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,39)
Survivors (Survival)
RAS / Solomonic album release (1,52)
One Love
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,50)
Lively Up Yourself
RAS / Solomonic album release (4,07)
Small Axe
RAS / Solomonic album release (3,41)
Final Statement
RAS / Solomonic album release (2,59)
One Drop (Dub)
12-inch Maxi release: RAS / Solomonic RAS 7064, 1995, One Drop – 1. Vocal Version, 2. Dub (3,54) / Wake Up And Live – 1. Vocal Version, 2. Dub
Wake Up And Live (Dub)
12-inch Maxi release: RAS / Solomonic RAS 7064, 1995, One Drop – 1. Vocal Version, 2. Dub / Wake Up And Live – 1. Vocal Version, 2. Dub (3,41)
So Much Trouble (Dub)
12-inch release: RAS / Solomonic RAS 7065, 1995, So Much Trouble In The World, So Much Trouble In The World Dub (3,30) / Forever Loving Jah, Forever Loving Jah Dub
Forever Loving Jah (Dub)
12-inch release: RAS / Solomonic RAS 7065, 1995, So Much Trouble In The World, So Much Trouble In The World Dub / Forever Loving Jah, Forever Loving Jah Dub (3,56)

2000
COMMUNICATION ALBUM
CD release: Communication, Tuff Gong / Solomonic, 2000
Standing Ovation
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (4,31)
Legends
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (3,54)
Rockstone
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (4,18)
Against All Odds
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (4,01)
Genetic Order
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (4,23)
The People´s Cup
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (4,09)
Almighty Is A Rappa
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (4,39)
Help Us Jah
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (4,18)
Bear The Cross
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (5,43)
Ethiopia
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (3,44)
Reggae Converts
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (4,11)
Fiya Red
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (5,15)
Disarmament Speech
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (4,13)
Trigger Happy Kids
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (3,33)
Teeni Wappaz
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (4,21)
Stand In Love (album edit)
The album mix is 22 seconds shorter as the 7-inch released in 2004. See later.
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (5,07)
Millenium Rock
Tuff Gong / Solomonic album release (3,37)
Millenium Rock (Extended Mix)
Tuff Gong / Solomonic 12-inch release (9,25)
I have a recording of this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 1 CDR” running 9,25.
Millenium Rock (Rhythm Version)
Tuff Gong / Solomonic 12-inch release (4,59)
I have a recording of this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 1 CDR” running 4,59.
Millenium Rock (Club Mix)
Tuff Gong / Solomonic 12-inch release (5,04)
I have a recording of this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 1 CDR” running 5,04.
Millenium Rock (Radio Mix)
Tuff Gong / Solomonic 12-inch release (3,53)
I have a recording of this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 1 CDR” running 3,53.
I Know You Don´t Care About Me (Ziggy Marley & The Melodymakers)
Backing vocals by Bunny Wailer.
CD release: Ziggy Marley & The Melodymakers, Live Vol. 1, Elektra, 2000, CD (5,45)
I have this track on my various artists compilation “Roots & Fun” running 5,45.

2001
Educated Fools (Damian “Junior Gong” Marley)
backing vocals by Bunny Wailer.
CD release: Damian “Junior Gong” Marley – Halfway Tree, Motown, 2001, CD (5,17).
I have this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 1 CDR” running 5,17.
2002
World Peace (12-inch)
Longer mix of the track from the album “World Peace”.
JA Solomonic, 2002, 12-inch (6,51)
Disarmament
The second new track from the album “World Peace”.
JA Solomonic, 2002, 12-inch (5,21)
2003
WORLD PEACE ALBUM
JA Solomonic SOLOCD 0013, CD
World Peace (H.I.M. Speech) (2002) (5,50)
Cease Fire (1983) (4,37)
Peace Talks (1983) (4,39)
Trouble In The World (So Much Trouble) (1995) (3,18) twelve seconds longer here
Armaggedon (1976) (6,45)
War (1982) (3,54) eighteen seconds shorter here
No More Trouble (1995) (3,29) ten seconds shorter here
Trigger Happy Kids (2000) (3,31)
Warrior (1990) (3,25) twenty-six seconds shorter here
Trouble On The Road (1982) (3,26)
Power Strugglers (1979) (3,36)
Arab´s Oil Weapon (1981) (6,51) thirty seconds shorter here
Unity (1981) (4,31)
Disarmament (2002) (5,20)
Total Destruction (Real Situation) (1995) (2,42)
Best Of Compilation including two new tracks: “World Peace” and “Disarmament”. “Disarmament” is a new mix of “Disarmament Speech” without the intro, from 2000 album “Communication”. One track is remarkable longer here and four are shorter.

2004
Stand In Love
The 7-inch is 19 seconds longer as the album track. So far I know the 1999 recording was released on 7-inch not earlier as 2004.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 2004, a-side: Stand In Love (Matrix: DSR 1911 A) (5,29) / b-side: Stand In Version (Matrix: DSR 1912 B) (5,00) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 5,29 and the b-side running 5,00 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.)
There is also a version called “Stand In Version”. See next.
Stand In Version
Instrumental version of “Stand In Love”.
The 7-inch is 19 seconds longer as the album track. So far I know the 1999 recording was released on 7-inch not earlier as 2004.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 2004, a-side: Stand In Love (Matrix: DSR 1911 A) (5,29) / b-side: Stand In Version (Matrix: DSR 1912 B) (5,00) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 5,29 and the b-side running 5,00 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.)
Take A Trip (Toots & The Maytals)
Backing vocals by Bunny Wailer.
CD release: Toots & The Maytals – True Love, V2, 2004, CD (3,57).
I have this track on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 1 CDR” running 3,57.

2005
High Grade
Released on Various Artists Bunny Wailer Reggae Family – Tek Set: Roots & Culture Compilation Volume 1, RAC RACCD 7001
I don´t have this song.
Fight Harder
Released on Various Artists Bunny Wailer Reggae Family – Tek Set: Roots & Culture Compilation Volume 1 & 2, RAC RACCD
I don´t have this song. As the CD is not findable anywhere at the web I have doubts, that it is really released. Maybe the release is still only announced.
Jah Neva Fail
Released on Various Artists Bunny Wailer Reggae Family – Tek Set: Roots & Culture Compilation Volume 1 & 2, RAC RACCD
I don´t have this song. As the CD is not findable anywhere at the web I have doubts, that it is really released. Maybe the release is still only announced.
2007
RUB-A-DUB ALBUM
“Rub-A-Dub” is the last album of Bunny Wailer I have bought and I will not buy any further. This is the worst album of a member of the Wailers I listened. It wasn´t worth the investment. If you consider if to buy it or not, I suggest don´t buy it.
The album has Bunny Wailer on vocals and percussion and all music is digital programmed by Danny (Gumption) Thompson. This album has no reggae groove, it is sterile.
The album sleeve is two paged and looks like designed in a half hour after a long working day. Typically “Jamaican” is mentions in mistake “C P 1980 Solomonic Music”.
The “message” that Bunny Wailer found to be that important to release this album for is simple. Dance hall music is originally meant for a macho man to meet a pure girl, make her hot by dancing and rubbing his penis along her lower parts to continue to “take” her, make her a babymother and marry her. To betray her at the next dance with the next girl. Thats what Jah made dance hall music for. Music for macho man who are so stupid that the only thing they can do is fucking young girls and making her pregnant to leave them in despair. If you think you belong to such people, this is your album. Enjoy.
So bad that I listened Bunny Wailer´s live show in Jamaica at 13th January 2001 where he stopped the show to tell that same sex dance partners are the most evil thing in the world. At the sleeve of “Rub-A-Dub” he tells that something is wrong on the dance floors and in fact again he is dealing here with same sex couples. Hypocritically he dont speak this in words, but all Jamaican will understand it. It is nothing as a new attack against same sex partners. But what Jamaican men do with Jamaican girls is ok in his mind. Usually it says if a man gets older he would get wiser. No rule without exception. In my reggae compendium you now see 399 other artists. I suggest you better check those artists music.
Intro
First CD release: Solomonic / Tuff Gong, 2007, CD (0,21)
Man And Woman
First CD release: Solomonic / Tuff Gong, 2007, CD (3,24)
Rub A Dub With Me
A boring digital remake of “Feel Alright” of 1969.
First CD release: Solomonic / Tuff Gong, 2007, CD (5,27)
Rub A Dub Time (Baddes)
A stupid remake of “The Toughest”, the Peter Tosh song. Bunny Wailer sings “We a de baddes”. I do confirm to this statement.
First CD release: Solomonic / Tuff Gong, 2007, CD (5,32)
Empress
Tell a little girl she is an empress, and you will easily get her in your bed. That info I needed to hear.
First CD release: Solomonic / Tuff Gong, 2007, CD (3,29)
Ten To One
Another song with the same riddim as “Empress”. Why write a new melody when you can use the “copy-function” of your computer?
First CD release: Solomonic / Tuff Gong, 2007, CD (5,37)
Love I Can Feel
The worst cover of the old John Holt track of 1974 I did listen until today. Hopefully John Holt never has to listen to this one.
First CD release: Solomonic / Tuff Gong, 2007, CD (5,33)
Come Party
Meaningless party song. After the first minute it is boring to listen the same digital bites repeated over and again. Take care not to fall into sleep while listening.
First CD release: Solomonic / Tuff Gong, 2007, CD (5,12)
Dancing Shoes
A new sterile version of the old Studio One track. Consider a man without soul singing about love and you can suggest how cold this sound is.
First CD release: Solomonic / Tuff Gong, 2007, CD (5,20)
By The Beach
This track is made on the “Ram Dance” riddim. “Not another version, Ooh, please make it a session not another version.” Bob sings in “Mix Up Mix Up”.
First CD release: Solomonic / Tuff Gong, 2007, CD (5,08)
Rub Dub (Stir It Up)
This track is made on the melody of “Stir It Up”. If nothing helps, put a Bob Marley track on your CD and it will sell. Poor.
First CD release: Solomonic / Tuff Gong, 2007, CD (5,40)
High Grade Man
A remake of his “Collie Man” of 1982. I don´t have the track “High Grade” from the 2005 various artists compilation mentioned above, but I would think this is the same track.
First CD release: Solomonic / Tuff Gong, 2007, CD (6,16)
Pack Up Yo Trouble
Here the dream of Bunny Wailer reveals. Not even he wants to convince a girl. He wants her to come to him and make him happy. A shy 10-year old guy might like this dream.
First CD release: Solomonic / Tuff Gong, 2007, CD (4,18)
Duppy Gun
Released on 7-inch: Tuff Gong, a-side: Duppy Gun / b-side: Where Were You
I don´t have this song.
Where Were You
Released on 7-inch: Tuff Gong, a-side: Duppy Gun / b-side: Where Were You

I Gotta Keep On Moving
First CD release: People Get Ready – Tribute To Curtis Mayfield, Shanachie, CD (3,53)
Second CD release: Tribute, CD (bonus track)

2009
COMBINATION VOL. 1
This album is a new mix of the album “Rub A Dub” with an additional male or female singer plus the track “Girls” taken from the “Dance Massive” album. It was released as mp3-download.
Dancing Shoes (2009 remix)
First release: Solomonic, 2009, mp3 (4,05)
Come Party (2009 Remix)
First release: Solomonic, 2009, mp3 (3,22)
Rub-A-Dub (2009 Remix of “Rub Dub (Stir It Up)”
First release: Solomonic, 2009, mp3 (3,55)
Rub-A-Dub With Me (2009 Remix)
First release: Solomonic, 2009, mp3 (4,23)
Love I Can Feel (2009 Remix)
First release: Solomonic, 2009, mp3 (3,49)
Empress (2009 Remix)
First release: Solomonic, 2009, mp3 (3,23)
Ten To One (2009 Remix)
First release: Solomonic, 2009, mp3 (3,59)
Baddest (2009 Remix of “Rub A Dub Time (Baddes)”
First release: Solomonic, 2009, mp3 (3,33)
High Grade Man (2009 Remix of “High Grade”)
First release: Solomonic, 2009, mp3 (4,33)
By The Beach (2009 Remix)
First release: Solomonic, 2009, mp3 (3,32)
Pak Up Yuh Trouble (2009 Remix)
First release: Solomonic, 2009, mp3 (3,23)
Man And Woman (2009 Remix)
First release: Solomonic, 2009, mp3 (3,29)
CROSS CULTURE ALBUM
This album was released on CD and as mp3-download in 2009, although it release was announced in 2006. I guess the mixes were made in 2006 and finally released in 2009.
Reggae Hip Hop (2009 Reworking of Soul Rebel 1981)
album release: Cross Culture (4,03)
Quality Lady
album release: Cross Culture (3,59)
African Gypsy Woman
album release: Cross Culture (4,25)
High Blood Pressure
album release: Cross Culture (4,25)
That Is Me (Come On Let´s Do It)
album release: Cross Culture (4,06)
Mellow Mood (2009 Reworking of 1981 track)
album release: Cross Culture (4,49)
Stand In Love (2009 Reworking of 2000 track)
album release: Cross Culture (4,46)
Ballroom Floor (2009 Reworking of 1981 track)
album release: Cross Culture (3,24)
Electric Slide (2009 Reworking of Electric Boogie 1983)
album release: Cross Culture (4,38)
Family Affair (2009 Reworking of 1990 track)
album release: Cross Culture (3,24)
Back To School (2009 Reworking of 1982 track)
album release: Cross Culture (5,23)
Rude Boy Hop
album release: Cross Culture (3,43)
I Shot The Sheriff (2009 Reworking of 1981 track)
album release: Cross Culture (4,49)
The Monkey (2009 Reworking of 1982 track)
album release: Cross Culture (3,51)
Buffalo Soldier Is Back
album release: Cross Culture (4,32)
Who Is A Nigga
album release: Cross Culture (6,37)
Almighty Is A Rappa (2000 track)
album release: Cross Culture (4,36)
BLACKHEART MAN (REMASTERED EXTENDED) ALBUM
This album was released as mp3-download in 2009. In fact tracks 1, 3, 5, 9 and 10 are not extended but a bit shorter as the 1976 album tracks so not listed here again. Five tracks appear in a new sequenced extended mix made from the vocal mix of the 1976 album and dub mixes also mixed by Karl Pitterson at the time.
Rasta Man (2009 Vocal and Dub)
album release: Blackheart Man (Remastered Extended)
Armageddon (2009 Vocal and Dub)
album release: Blackheart Man (Remastered Extended)
Fighting Against Conviction (2009 Vocal and Dub)
album release: Blackheart Man (Remastered Extended)
Fig Tree (2009 Vocal and Dub)
album release: Blackheart Man (Remastered Extended)
Dream Land (2009 Vocal and Dub)
album release: Blackheart Man (Remastered Extended)
to be continued
OTHER
My Only Love (Paulette)
Written by Bunny Wailer.
Produced by Bunny Wailer.
Lead vocals by Paulette.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1980, a-side: My Only Love (Paulette) (Matrix: DSR 1014 A) (3,26) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 1015 B) (3,27) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,26 and the b-side running 3,27 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
There is also a version. See next.
Version
Version of Paulette´s “My Only Love”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1980, a-side: My Only Love (Paulette) (Matrix: DSR 1014 A) (3,26) / b-side: Version (Matrix: DSR 1015 B) (3,27) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,26 and the b-side running 3,27 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Rock ´N´ Roll Reggae (Marcia Griffith)
Written by Bunny Wailer.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, a-side: Rock ´N´ Roll Reggae (Matrix: DSR 1401-A) / b-side: ?
I have a recording of this 7-inch with the b-side running 3,25 on “V. A. – Solomonic & More” CDR.
Energy Observation (H. Bennet)
Produced by Bunny Wailer.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, one side: Energy Observation (H. Bennet) (Matrix: LE 990 Beat-A) / other side: ? I have a recording of this 7-inch with the track running 3,04 on “V. A. – Solomonic & More” CDR.
Crying In The Street (Shadon Tucker)
Produced by Bunny Wailer.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, a-sidee: Crying In The Stret (Shadon Tucker) (Matrix: Solomonic SM 037-A) / b-side: Crying In The Street (Shadon Tucker) (Matrix: Solomonic SM 037-B) I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,39 on “V. A. – Solomonic & More” CDR.
Crying In The Street (Version) (Shadon Tucker)
Produced by Bunny Wailer.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, a-sidee: Crying In The Stret (Shadon Tucker) (Matrix: Solomonic SM 037-A) / b-side: Crying In The Street (Shadon Tucker) (Matrix: Solomonic SM 037-B) I have a recording of this 7-inch with the b-side running 3,48 on “V. A. – Solomonic & More” CDR.
Woman A Come (Marcia Griffiths)
Produced by Bunny Wailer.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Woman A Come (Marcia Griffiths) (Matrix: DSR 3441-A) (4,17) / b-side: Solomonic Version (Matrix: DSR 3442-B) (3,20) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 4,17 and the b-side running 3,20) on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
Solomonic Version
Version of “Woman A Come”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, 1981, a-side: Woman A Come (Marcia Griffiths) (Matrix: DSR 3441-A) (4,17) / b-side: Solomonic Version (Matrix: DSR 3442-B) (3,20) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 4,17 and the b-side running 3,20) on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches II CDR”.)
It Hurts To Be Alone (Marcia Griffiths)
Produced by Bunny Wailer.
Jamaican 12-inch release: Solomonic 1981, a-side: It Hurts To Be Alone (Marcia Griffiths) (Matrix: SM 019-A) (3,43) / b-side: Solomonic Serenade (Solomonic Players) (Matrix: SM 019-B) (4,35) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,43 and the b-side running 4,35 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches II CDR”.)
There is also a horns version. See next.
Solomonic Serenade (Solomonic Players)
Instrumental horns-version of “It Hurts To Be Alone”.
Jamaican 12-inch release: Solomonic 1981, a-side: It Hurts To Be Alone (Marcia Griffiths) (Matrix: SM 019-A) (3,43) / b-side: Solomonic Serenade (Solomonic Players) (Matrix: SM 019-B) (4,35) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 3,43 and the b-side running 4,35 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches II CDR”.)
Solomonic Serenade (Dean Fraser)
A horns-led instrumental composed by Bunny Wailer and played by Dean Fraser.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, ca. 1979 / 1980, a-side: Solomonic Serenade (Dean Fraser) (Matrix: DSR 0620) (4,34) / b-side: Version (DSR 0621 B) (3,53) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 4,34 and the b-side running 3,53 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
There is also a version. See next.
Version
The version of “Solomonic Serenade”. Without the horns it is a keyboard led instrumental.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Solomonic, ca. 1979 / 1980, a-side: Solomonic Serenade (Dean Fraser) (Matrix: DSR 0620) (4,34) / b-side: Version (DSR 0621 B) (3,53) (I have a recording of this 7-inch with the a-side running 4,34 and the b-side running 3,53 on “Bunny Wailer 7-inches I CDR”.)
Never released on CD.
Sunday Morn (Gregory Isaacs)
Written by Bunny Wailer. Produced by Bunny Wailer.
Jamaican 12-inch release: Solomonic, a-side: Sunday Morn (4,59) (Gregory Isaacs) (Matrix: DSR 1224-A) / b-side: Version (5,04) (Matrix: DSR 1225-B) (5,04) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 4,59 and the b-side running 5,04 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches I CDR”.)
Version
Version of “Sunday Morn”.
Jamaican 12-inch release: Solomonic, a-side: Sunday Morn (4,59) (Gregory Isaacs) (Matrix: DSR 1224-A) / b-side: Version (5,04) (Matrix: DSR 1225-B) (5,04) (I have a recording of this 12-inch with the a-side running 4,59 and the b-side running 5,04 on “Bunny Wailer 12-inches I CDR”.)
Tribulation (Marcia Griffiths)
7-inch release: Solomonic, a-side: Tribulation (Marcia Griffiths) (Matrix: DSR 6852-A) / b-side: Version (Bunny Wailer) (Matrix: DSR 6853-B) (5,09)
I have a recording of this 7-inch on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 2 CDR” with the a-side running 5,14 and the b-siude running 5,09.
Version (Tribulation) (Bunny Wailer)
7-inch release: Solomonic, a-side: Tribulation (Marcia Griffiths) (Matrix: DSR 6852-A) / b-side: Version (Bunny Wailer) (Matrix: DSR 6853-B) (5,09)
I have a recording of this 7-inch on “Bunny Wailer – More Vinyl 2 CDR” with the a-side running 5,14 and the b-siude running 5,09.