UK Singles

Of the following listed UK Island singles there are also two different kinds of DJ pre-releases:
The “original” DJ copies are blank labeled or have the title written with a ball point pen on it.
Then there are “fake” DJ copies that have the usual island label and a stamp “DJ copy” on it. These were made to make people believe it would be a special item, that in fact it is not. It is said that would have been a usual habit to put more items to sell into the market without paying royalties. DJ copies that are marked as such could be sold without royalties.

Original 7-inch Singles

1973

UK Blue Mountain BM 1021
Baby Baby We´Ve Got A Date (Mono) (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) /
Stop That Train (Instrumental) (Mono) (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers)
The a-side is an edit in mono (2,34), released on 7-inch only. The b-side (2,29) is the version in mono, released only on this 7-inch.
Released in January 1973 according to a website.
I own this UK single.

UK Island WIP 6164
Concrete Jungle (Mono) (Credit: The Wailers) (WIPX 1262) /
Reincarnated Soul (Credit: The Wailers) (WIPX 1263)
This 7-inch appears with the pink-rim Island label. Released in the standard plain pink sleeve.
The a-side is an edit in mono (4,00), the b-side is originally released on 7-inch only. The label gves a rnning time of “(4,20)” but this is wrong, in fact the tracks runs (3,38).
A promo appears with the pink-rim Island label with a big “A”, released in the standard plain pink sleeve
Released at May 29th, 1973.
I own this UK single.

UK Island WIP 6167
Get Up Stand Up /
Slave Driver
This 7-inch appears with the pink-rim Island label. Released in the standard plain pink sleeve.
The a-side (3,15) is the album track taken from “Burnin´” and the b-side (2,48) is the album track taken from “Catch A Fire”.
Released on September 15th, 1973.

UK Island IDJ 2 Promo
I Shot The Sheriff /
Pass It On, Duppy Conqueror
This 7-inch appears with the pink-rim Island label.
All three tracks are the album tracks, taken from “Burnin´”.

1974

UK Island WIP 6212 (WIPX 1354)
So Jah Seh (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) /
Natty Dread (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers)
This 7-inch appears with the pink-rim Island label.
Released in the standard plain pink sleeve.
The a-side is an edit (3,08), released on 7-inch only. The b-side is the album track (3,33), taken from “Natty Dread”.
A promo appears with the a-side titled as “So Jah Sey”.
Released in June 1975 according to a website.
I own this UK single.

UK Island WIP 6212, Promo
So Jah Seh (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) /
— (empty side)
This 7-inch appears with the pink-rim Island label. Released in the standard plain pink sleeve.
Maybe released on September 27th 1974. But as the album was not released earlier as 1975 this might be wrong.

1975

UK Island WIP 6244
No Woman No Cry (Live) (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) /
Kinky Reggae (Live)
This 7-inch appears with the pink-rim Island label. Released in the standard plain pink sleeve.
The first UK Island 7-inch released in a picture-sleeve.
The original picture-sleeve has Bob playing a guitar on front.
A different picture-sleeve has Bob pointing his finger upwards and has a note: “WIP 6244 Stereo”. The mentioning of “Original English Charts” shows this one to be a later sleeve.
The a-side is an edit (3,57), released on 7-inch only. The b-side (7,34) is originally released on 7-inch only.
Released in August 1975.
I own this UK single.

UK Island WIP 6244
No Woman No Cry (Live) (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) /
Kinky Reggae (Live)
This second pressing of the formentioned 7-inch appears with the new palm-tree Island label.

UK Island IDJ 7 Promo
Trench Town Rock (Live 1975) /
I Shot The Sheriff (Live 1975)
This 7-inch appears with a new label, the palm-tree Island label.
The label is stamped “Limited Pressing Only” and “Not For Sale DJ Copy”.
Both tracks are the album tracks, taken from “Live!”
I own this UK single.

1976

UK Island WIP 6265 (WIPX 1471)
Jah Live /
Concrete
This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label.
The a-side (4,15) and the b-side (4,23) are originally released on 7-inch only.
A promo appears with the palm-tree Island label and “DJ Copy Only” in the center of the label.
Released in January 1976.
I own this UK single.

UK Island WIP 6296
Johnny Was (Woman Hold Her Head And Cry) /
Cry To Me
This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label.
Both tracks are said to be the album tracks, taken from “Rastaman Vibration”. To be confirmed.
A promo appears with the palm-tree Island label and “DJ Copy Only” in the center of the label.
Released in April 1976 according to a website.

UK Island WIP 6309
Roots Rock Reggae /
Them Belly Full
This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label.
The a-side is an edit (3,00), released on 7-inch only. The b-side is the album track (3,10), taken from “Natty Dread”.
A promo appears with the palm-tree Island label and “DJ Copy Only” in the center of the label.
Released in July 1976.

(UK Island WIP 26348) (Most likely not existing)
(Roots Rock Reggae /
Positive Vibration)
Info only given by Ian McCann and Timothy White. Info is not confirmed by Roger Steffens and Jeremy Collingwood. I never saw such a single over the years, so I doubt that this one was released, although a catalogue number was given.

UK Island WIP 6376 (Most likely not existing)
(Smile Jamaica (Part One) /
Smile Jamaica (Part Two))
Released in November 1976.
So far the info as given at the sleeve of Rastaman Vibration Deluxe Edition, 2-CD. This is the only source that give information about such a UK single. Roger Stefens, Jeremy Collingwood, Timothy White and Ian McCann don´t mention this one. So I don´t think, such a single exists, although a catalogue number was given. In fact “Smile Jamaica” appeared not earlier as in 1978 on UK Island WIP 6440. See below.

1977

UK Island WIP 6390
Exodus /
Exodus (Instrumental)
This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label.
The a-side is an edit (4,30), released on 7-inch only. The b-side is the instrumental version (3,08), originally released on 7-inch only.
Released in June 24th 1977.

UK Island WIP 6402 IDJ Promo
(Waiting In Vain) Promotional Advert /
(Waiting In Vain) Promotional Advert
All infos on the palm-tree island label are hand-written.
Promotional message from Bob for the album “Exodus”. Both sides identical. From the catalogue number we can see it is the “Waiting In Vain (advert mix)” that later appeared on the “Songs Of Freedom” 4-CD Box.

UK Island WIP 6402
Waiting In Vain /
Roots
This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label. Released in standard blue and white Island sleeve.
The a-side is an edit (3,00), released on 7-inch only. The b-side (3,43) is originally released on 7-inch only.
A promo appears with the palm-tree Island label and “DJ Copy Only” in the center of the label, released in standard blue and white Island sleeve.
Released at August 19th, 1977.

UK Island WIP 6410
Jamming /
Punky Reggae Party
This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label. Released in a picture-sleeve.
The a-side is an edit (3,15), released on 7-inch only. The b-side (4,25) is originally released on 7-inch only.
Released in December 1977 according to a website.

1978

UK Island WIP 6420
Is This Love /
Crisis (Version)
This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label. Released in a picture sleeve.
The a-side is the album track (3,52), taken from “Kaya”. The b-side (3,54) is an instrumental of “Crisis”, released on 7-inch only.
Released in February 1978.
I own this UK single.

UK Island WIP 6440
Satisfy My Soul /
Smile Jamaica
This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label. Released in a picture-sleeve.
The a-side is an edit (3,50), released on 7-inch only. The b-side (3,39) is the fast take but longer here as on JA 7-inch. The track is originally released on 7-inch only.
Released May 26th 1978.
I own this UK single, sadly missing the original UK picture-sleeve.

1979

UK Island WIP 6478
Stir It Up (Live 1978) /
Rat Race (Live 1978)
This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label.
The a-side is an edit (3,35), released on 7-inch only. The b-side is the album track (3,15), taken from “Babylon By Bus”.
Released in January 1979 according to a website.

UK Island WIP 6510
So Much Trouble /
So Much Trouble (Part 2) (Instrumental)
This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label.
The a-side is the album track (3,59), taken from “Survival”. The b-side is an instrumental (3,50), released on 7-inch only.
A promo appears with the palm-tree Island label and a big “A” at the center of the label.
Released in September 1979 according to a website.

UK Island WIP 6553
Survival /
Wake Up And Live
This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label.
The a-side (3,52). and the b-side (4,53) are the album tracks, taken from “Survival”.
A promo appears with the palm-tree Island label and a big “A” at the center of the label.
Released in November 1979 according to a website.

1980

UK Island WIP 6597
Zimbabwe /
Survival
This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label. Released in a picture-sleeve.
The a-side (3,47) and the b-side (3,52) are the album tracks, taken from “Survival”.
I own this UK single.
A promo appears with the palm-tree Island label and a big “A” at the center of the label.
Released in March 1980 according to a website.

UK Island WIP 6610
Could You Be Loved /
One Drop
This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label.
The a-side is the album track (3,50), taken from “Uprising”. The b-side is the album track (3,51), taken from “Survival”.
Released in May 1980 according to a website.

UK Island WIP 6641
Three Little Birds /
Every Need Got An Ego To Feed
This 7-inch appears with a new label, including a Tuff Gong logo with clasped hands in a black star, with silver writing on black background and a green-yellow-red rim.
The a-side is the album track (3,00), taken from “Exodus”, the b-side is the instrumental version of “Pimper´s Paradise”, released on 7-inch and 12-inch only.
Released in August 1980.
I own this UK 7-inch.

UK Island WIP 6653
Redemption Song /
Redemption Song (Band Version)
The a-side is the album track (3,47), taken from “Uprising”, the b-side is a different take with band backing (3,29), released on 7-inch only.
Released at November 20th 1980.

Posthumous 7-inch Singles

1982

UK Island 104 099
Natural Mystic /
Carry Us Beyond (Human Cargo)
The label has black writing on yellow / red background and a rasta running. Released in a picture-sleeve.
Both tracks are taken from the soundtrack “Countryman”, the a-side (3,30) has some movie sounds added to the music. The b-side (3,30) is no Wailers track, but by an artist called Human Cargo.
I own this UK 7-inch.

1983

UK Island IS 108, 1983
Buffalo Soldier /
Buffalo (Dub)
Released in a picture-sleeve.
The a-side is edit (2,45), the b-side is the short dub-mix (3,30), released on 7-inch only.

1984

UK Island IS 169
One Love / People Get Ready (1984 Remix by Julian Mendelsohn)
So Much Trouble In The World
Released in a picture sleeve.
The a-side is the Julian Mendelsohn Remix as found on the album “Legend”. The b-side is the album track from “Survival”.
Released in April 1984.

UK Island IS (P) 169
One Love / People Get Ready (1984 Remix by Julian Mendelsohn)
So Much Trouble In The World
Released in a poster-sleeve.
The a-side is the Julian Mendelsohn Remix as found on the album “Legend”. The b-side is the album track from “Survival”.
Released in April 1984.

UK Island IS 180
Waiting In Vain (1984 J. Mendelssohn Remix) /
Blackman Redemption
Released in a picture-sleeve.
The a-side is an edit (3,00) of the 12-inch remix. The b-side is the album track (3,32), taken from “Confrontation”.
I own this UK single.

UK Island 11886
Waiting In Vain (1984 J. Mendelssohn Remix) /
Blackman Redemption (?)
This one is a limited edition, a picture 7-inch with Bob´s conterfeit.
The a-side is probably an edit (3,00) of the 12-inch remix. The b-side is probably the album track (3,32), taken from “Confrontation”.

UK Island ISP 210
Could You Be Loved /
No Woman No Cry (1984 Remix by Eric “E.T.” Thorngren)
The a-side is an edit (3,32). The b-side is the album track from “Legend” (4,07).

UK Island IS 236
Three Little Birds /
Three Little Birds Dub
This 7-inch appears with a new label with white background and a coloured rim and palm. Released in a picture-sleeve.
The a-side (3,38) and the b-side (3,59) are alternate remixes of the 12-inch mix (5,20).
Includes Free Single Original Version of Buffalo Soldier (so the sticker on the sleeve says):
Buffalo Soldier (King Sporty Mix) /
Buffalo Soldier (King Sporty Mix)
This free single appears on blank yellow background with a stamper: “Bob 1, Bob Marley, Buffalo Soldier, King Sporty Mix”.
Both sides are the same (5,04).
I own this UK single-set.

1986

UK Island BMRM 1, Promo
Get Up Stand Up (Live 1975) / — (empty b-side)
The a-side is the live version recorded at the Lyceum in 1975 also on the album “Live!” here included as an edit, never released elsewhere.
I own this UK single.

UK Island BMRM 2, Promo
Rat Race /
So Much Trouble
The label has a picture of Bob´s face on one side, the titles on the other side. This 7-inch was released in a black sleeve.
The a-side is the album track (2,59), taken from “Rastaman Vibration”, the b-side is the album track (4,00), taken from “Survival”.
I own this UK single.

UK Island BMRM 3, Promo
War – No More Trouble (Live) /
Zimbabwe
The label has a picture of Bob´s face on one side, the titles on the other side. This 7-inch was released in a black sleeve.
The a-side is the album track (3,50), taken from “Babylon By Bus”, the b-side is the album track (5,20), taken from “Survival”. The a-side has here a bit more applause as at the album track.
I own this UK single.

UK Island MPEP 3, Promo
No Woman No Cry (Live 1975), Mix Up Mix Up /
Could You Be Loved, I Shot The Sheriff
The first track of the a-side is the album track (4,06) taken from “Natty Dread” (1974). The second track of the a-side is an edit of the album track (3,30) previously released on 12-inch in 1983. The first track of the b-side is an edit of the album track (3,35) previously released on 7-inch in USA in 1980 and in UK in 1984. The second track of the b-side is the album track (4,39) taken from “Burnin´” (1973).
I own this UK single.

1990

UK Tuff Gong / Island Mango
Could You Be Loved /
Africa Unite
This 7-inch appears with a label mentioning Island and Mango and Tuff Gong with black writing on silver background. Released in a picture-sleeve.
The a-side is the album track (3,55), taken from “Uprising”, the b-side is the album track (2,55), taken from “Survival”, both tracks here digitally remastered.

1992

UK Tuff Gong / Island TGX 2
Iron Lion Zion /
Smile Jamaica
Released in a picture-sleeve.
The a-side is an edit (3,21), released on 7-inch and 12-inch only. The b-side (3,13) appears originally on 1978 7-inch only.

UK Tuff Gong / Island TGX 3
Why Should I (Bone Remix Edit) /
Exodus (Kindred Spirit Mix)
Released in a picture-sleeve.
The a-side is an edit (3,58) of the 12-inch remix. The b-side is also an edit (4,19) of the 12-inch remix.

2005

Tuff Gong TGX11 (7-inch)
Slogans /
The Heathen (Live from The Rainbow, 4th June 1977))

UK Tuff Gong TGX 13: Part 1, 2005
No Woman No Cry (Live at The Lyceum, London, 1975) (7,10) /
Duppy Conqueror (Live at Leeds, 23rd November 1973) (5,20)
The a-side is the album track, taken from “Live!”. The b-side is an edit of the track taken from “Live At Leeds”.
I own this UK 7-inch (No.: 1369)

UK Tuff Gong TGX 14: Part 2, 2005
I Shot The Sheriff (3,53) /
Trenchtown Rock (Live at The Roxy, Los Angeles, 26th May 1976) (5,00)
The a-side is the album track from “Burnin´” (1973). The b-side is the track taken from “Live At The Roxy”.
I own this UK 7-inch (No.: 2682)

UK Tuff Gong TGX 15: Part 3, 2005
Sun Is Shining (4,35) /
Jamming (Live at The Rainbow, London, 4th June 1977) (7,07)
The a-side is the album track from “Kaya” (1978). The b-side is the track taken from “Live At The Rainbow”.
I own this UK 7-inch (No.: 3560)

UK Tuff Gong TGX 16: Part 4, 2005
Slogans (4,02) /
The Heathen (Live at The Rainbow, London, 4th June 1977) (6,48)
The a-side is a 2005 remix of the 1980 recording. The b-side is the track taken from “Live At The Rainbow”.
I own this UK 7-inch (No.: 1898)

UK Tuff Gong TGX 17: Part 5, 2005
Africa Unite (Will I Am Remix) (5,12) /
I Shot The Sheriff (Live at The Roxy, Los Angeles, 26th May 1976) (6,25)
The a-side is a 2005 remix of the 1979 recording. The b-side is an edit of the track taken from “Live At The Roxy”.
I own this UK 7-inch (No.: 0514)

UK Tuff Gong TGX 18: Part 6, 2005
Stand Up Jam Rock (5,53) /
Stir It Up (Live at Leeds, 23rd November 1973) (7,06)
The a-side is a 2005 remix of The 1973 recording “Get Up Stand Up”. The b-side is an edit of the track taken from “Live at Leeds”.
I own this UK 7-inch (No.: 0792)

12-inch Maxi-Singles

1977

UK Island IPR 2000, Promo (12-inch Maxi)
Exodus /
Exodus (instrumental)
A promo appears on UK Island IDJ 26 (IPR 2000).
The a-side is the album track taken from “Exodus”. The b-side is the same instrumental mix (3,08) as released on 7-inch in 1977.
I own this UK 12-inch Maxi Promo.

UK Island IDJ 26 (IPR 2000), Promo (12-inch Maxi)
Exodus /
Exodus (instrumental)
The a-side is the album track taken from “Exodus”. The b-side is the same instrumental mix (3,08) as released on 7-inch in 1977.
The same as before. I am not sure if this one is really another promo or infact the official 12-inch release. Other IDJ catalogue numbers are 7-inch promos.

UK Island IPR 2005, Promo (12-inch Maxi).
Jamming /
Punky Reggae Party
The a-side is the 12-inch mix (5,47), the b-side is the UK 12-inch Mix (5,47).
I own this UK 12-inch Maxi Promo.

UK Island 12WIP 6410 (12-inch Maxi)
Jamming /
Punky Reggae Party
The same as the promo IPR 2005. The a-side is the 12-inch mix (5,47), the b-side is the UK 12-inch Mix (5,47).
Released at November 11th, 1977.

1978

UK Island I & I One (Promo) (12-inch Maxi)
Smile Jamaica /
(empty side)
The a-side has the long mix (5,03) of the fast vocal and version. Later released on Kaya Remastered CD.
Andy Claydon tells that 30 copies exist. Other say 20 or 50.
The year of release is unknown. The label gives no info. “Smile Jamaica” was recorded and released in Jamaica in 1976 on 7-inch in two different tempi. But in UK the short fast take was released not earlier as 1978, so that it is likely that the long fast take was also released in 1978.
I own this UK 12-inch Maxi Promo.

UK Island IPR 2026, Promo (12-inch Maxi)
War / No More Trouble (Live 1978)
Exodus (Live 1978)
Both tracks are taken from the album “Babylon By Bus”. The label mentions “forthcoming album” so that it is sure released prior to the album that is released on September 1st 1978. The 12-inch Maxi in so far is probably released in August 1978.
The label also mentions “Limited Release” so that I think it is correct to call this a promotional 12-inch Maxi.
The a-side runs 5,36 and the b-side runs 7,52. Both sides include more applause as the tracks on LP and CD but no more music.
I own this UK 12-inch Maxi.

UK Island 12 IX 13006, 12-inch Maxi
War / No More Trouble (Live 1978)
Exodus (Live 1978)
Both tracks taken from the album “Babylon By Bus”. So far the previously mentioned 12-inch Maxi is a promo this one here is the regular released 12-inch Maxi. The released date for this 12-inch Maxi should be September 1978 or a bit later.

UK Island 12 IX 13009, 12-inch Maxi
Stir It Up (Live 1978) /
Rat Race (Live 1978)
Both tracks taken from the album “Babylon By Bus”.

1979

UK Island 12WIP 6597 (12-inch Maxi)
Africa Unite, Zimbabwe /
Wake Up And Live
The first song (3,47) and the second song (2,50) of the a-side are the album tracks, the b-side (4,48) is the album track taken from “Survival”.
I own this UK 12-inch Maxi.

1980

UK Island 12WIP 6610, 1980 (12-inch Maxi)
Could You Be Loved /
One Drop, Ride Natty Ride
The a-side has the 12-inch mix, originally released at 12-inch only, the first and the second song of the b-side are the album tracks, talen from “Survival”.
Released on May 19th, 1980.
I own this UK 12-inch Maxi.

UK Island 12WIP 6641, 1980 (12-inch Maxi)
Three Little Birds /
Every Need Got An Ego To Feed
The a-side is taken from the album “Exodus”. The b-side is the version of “Pimper´s Paradise” that also appears on a 7-inch.

UK Island 12 WIP 6653, 1980 (12-inch Maxi)
Redemption Song /
Redemption Song (Band Version), I Shot The Sheriff (Live 1975)
Released in a picture-sleeve.
The a-side is the album track, taken from “Uprising”. The first song of the b-side is the 12-inch mix, released only on 12-inch. The second track of the b-side is the album track, taken from “Live!”
I own this UK 12-inch Maxi.

UK Island 12WIP 6244 (12-inch Maxi), Year unknown, ca. 1980 or 1981
No Woman No Cry (Live at The Lyceum 1975)
Jamming (Live at Paris June 1978)
Released in a picture sleeve. Although at first sight it looks as if Bob wears a bue jeans jacket in fact it is not that common one here. The book “Songs Of Freedom” by Chris Salewicz has the same picture as used for the 12-inch Maxi´s sleeve on page 281 and in fact it is a yellow vest that Bob wears over a blue jeans jacket. This picture is taken at the concert at Zurich, Switzerland, May 1980. So this 12-inch Maxi is not released earlier as 1980. The catalogue number is for sure misleading. The other 1980 12-inch Maxis of Bob Marley on UK Island has “Made in Gt. Britain” written on the label at the end of the ring with the producion credit. That 12-inch Maxi here don´t has such note on the label. So a little doubt remains. Maybe this one made 1981. In contrast to all other Bob Marley 12-inch Maxis the back of the sleeve has a little cu out on top so that it is more easy to put the record into the sleeve. Not the same but a similar thing we can see at some 12-inch Maxis of 1984. Thanks to Raul who found this info.
The sleeve mentions “Jamming” is recorded live at Paris June 1978). This is a nice additional info that is not included in the “Babylon by Bus” sleeve.
The a-side runs 7,06 and is taken from the album “Live!”. The b-side runs 5,20 and is taken from the album “Babylon by Bus”.
I own this UK 12-inch Maxi.

1983

UK Island 12 IS 108, 1983 (12-inch Maxi)
Buffalo Soldier /
Buffalo (Dub)
Released in a picture-sleeve.
Released at May 3rd, 1980.

1984

UK Island 12 IS 169 (12-inch Maxi)
One Love / People Get Ready (12 inch) /
So Much Trouble, Keep On Moving
Released in a picture sleeve.
The a-side is the 1984 12-inch remix by Julian Mendelsohn. The first track of the b-side is the album track, taken from “Survival”. The second track of the b-side is the “London Version” recorded 1977.
Also released on 12-inch in a poster sleeve and as a picture disc. Repressed on 12-inch as TGX1 in 1992 and also on Maxi-CD in 1992.

UK Island 12 ISP 169 (12-inch Maxi)
One Love / People Get Ready (12 inch) /
So Much Trouble, Keep On Moving
Released in a poster sleeve.
The a-side is the 1984 12-inch remix by Julian Mendelsohn. The first track of the b-side is the album track, taken from “Survival”. The second track of the b-side is the “London Version” recorded 1977.
Seemingly there is a second issue of this 12-inch on white vinyl.

UK Island 12ISX 169 (12-inch Maxi)
One Love (Dub Version) /
One Love, Keep On Moving (London Version)
Released in a picture sleeve.
The a-side is the 1984 remix by Godwin Logie. The first track of the b-side is the 1984 remix by J. Mendelsohn. The second song of the b-side is the “London-Version”.
I own this maxi.

UK Island 12 IS 180 (12-inch Maxi)
Waiting in Vain (1984 J. Mendelssohn Remix) /
Marley Mix Up: Intro – Exodus – Positive Vibration – Pimper´s Paradise – Punky Reggae Party
Released in a picture sleeve.
The a-side is the 1984 remix. The b-side has a sequenced mix up, released only at this 12-inch.
I own this maxi.

UK Island 12 IS 210 (12-inch Maxi)
Could You Be Loved, Jamming /
No Woman No Cry, Coming In From The Cold
Released in a picture sleeve.
The first song of the a-side is the 1980 12-inch mix. The second song of the a-side is the 1984 remix by Paul “Groucho” Smykle. The first song of the b-side is the 1984 Remix by Eric “E.T.” Thorngren. The second song of the b-side is 1984 remix by Eric “E.T.” Thorngren.
I own this maxi.

UK Island 12 IS 236 (12-inch Maxi)
Three Little Birds – Three Little Birds Dub /
Exodus
Released in a picture sleeve.
The a-side is the 1984 remix by Julian Mendelsohn. The b-side is the 1984 remix by Eric “E.T.” Thorngren.
I own this UK 12-inch Maxi.

1985

UK Daddy Kool DK12-101 (12-inch Maxi)
Rainbow Country, Rainbow Country Dub /
Lama Lava (Augustus Pablo)
Released in a picture sleeve.
The a-side is a previously unreleased recording and its instrumental version, also released as “Rainbow Country Rhythm”. The b-side is not related to The Wailers.
I own this maxi.

1986

UK Island 12BMRM 1, Promo (12-inch Maxi)
Get Up Stand Up (1973) /
Get Up Stand Up (Live 1975)
Released in a sleeve with a rasta boy. The a-side is the album track taken from “Live!”. The b-side is the album track taken from “Burnin´”.

UK Daddy Kool DK12-102 (12-inch Maxi)
Natural Mystic /
Natural Mystic Rhythm (Natural Mystic Dub)
Released in a picture sleeve. On the sleeve the b-side is titled as “Natural Mystic (Rhythm)” on the label it is titlted as “Natural Mystic (Dub)”.
The a-side is the early recording, the b-side is the instrumental take of the early recording.
I own this maxi.

1992

UK Tuff Gong 12 TGX1, 1992 (12-inch Maxi)
One Love / People Get Ready (12 inch) /
So Much Trouble, Keep On Moving
Same as Island IS 169, 1984.
The a-side is the 1984 12-inch remix by Julian Mendelsohn. The first track of the b-side is the album track, taken from “Survival”. The second track of the b-side is the “London Version” recorded 1977.

UK Tuff Gong 12 TGX2, 1992 (12-inch Maxi)
Iron Lion Zion, Smile Jamaica /
Could You Be Loved, Three Little Birds (Alternate)
Released in a picture sleeve.
The first track of the a-side is the 12-inch dance mix, released only at this 12-inch. The second track of the a-side is identical to the UK Island, 1978, 7-inch release. The first track of the b-side is the 1980 12-inch mix. The second track of the b-side is the previously unreleased alternate, taken from “Songs Of Freedom”.

UK Tuff Gong TGXCD2, 1992 (Maxi-CD)
Iron Lion Zion, Smile Jamaica /
Could You Be Loved, Three Little Birds (Alternate)
Released in a picture sleeve.
The first track of the a-side is the 12-inch dance mix, released only at this 12-inch. The second track of the a-side is identical to the UK Island, 1978, 7-inch release. The first track of the b-side is the 1980 12-inch mix. The second track of the b-side is the previously unreleased alternate, taken from “Songs Of Freedom”.

UK Tuff Gong 12 TGX3, 1992, (12-inch Maxi)
Why Should I (Bone Remix), Exodus (Kindred Spirit Mix, Long Version)
The songs run 6,55 and 7,04.
I have this UK 12-inch Maxi.

UK Tuff Gong TGXCD3, 1992 (Maxi-CD)
Why Should I (Bone Remix Edit), Exodus (Kindred Spirit Mix 7-inch) (4,19), Why Should I (Bone Remix), Exodus (Kindred Spirit Mix 12 inch)
I own the UK Maxi-CD.

1995

UK Tuff Gong 12 TGX4, 1995 (12-inch Maxi)
Keep On Moving (Extended Mix) /
Keep On Moving (Sly & Robbie Mix), Pimper´s Paradise
Released in a picture sleeve.
The track on the a-side and the first track of the b-side are new mixes of the London Version, recorded 1977. The second track of the b-side is the album track, taken from “Uprising”.
I own the UK 12-inch Maxi.

Tuff Gong TGXCD4, 1995 (Maxi-CD)
Keep On Moving (Radio Edit), Keep On Moving (Sly & Robbie Mix), Pimpers Paradise, Keep On Moving (Extended Mix)
The tracks run 4,23 and 7,45 and 3,26 and 6,23.
I own this UK Maxi-CD.

Tuff Gong 12 TGX5, 1995 (12-inch Maxi)
Easy Skanking, Redemption Song (Band Version) /
Punky Reggae Party (Long Version), All Day All Night
A1 runs 2,53, A2 runs 4,48, B1 runs 6,44, B2 runs 3,25. First release of All Day All Night”.
I own this UK 12-inch Maxi.

Tuff Gong TGXCD6, 1995 (Maxi-CD)
Natural Mystic, Redemption Song, Punky Reggae Party, All Day All Night
“Natural Mystic” is the album track (3,26). “Redemption Song” is the short band version (4,48). “Punky Reggae Party” is the long version (6,44). “All Day And All Night” is previously unreleased.
I own the UK Maxi-CD.

1999

Tuff Gong JAM1, 1999, Promo (12-inch Maxi)
Jammin´ (featuring Mc Lyte) (Olav Basoski Remix) (6,00) / empty b-side.
I own this UK 12-inch Maxi.

Tuff Gong JAM2, 1999, Promo (12-inch Maxi)
Jammin´ (featuring Mc Lyte) – The Island Remix (Extended Version) (6,42), Ghetto Youths Remix (5,37), The Island Remix Radio Edit (3,30) album track (4,08)
I own this UK 12-inch Maxi.

Tuff Gong 12 TGX9, 1999 (12-inch Maxi)
Jammin´ (featuring Mc Lyte) – The Island Remix (6,42), Ghetto Youths Remix (5,37), Olav Basoski Remix (6,49)
I own this UK 12-inch Maxi.

Tuff Gong TGXCD9, 1999 (Maxi-CD)
Jammin´ (featuring Mc Lyte) – Album Track (4,09), Island Radio Edit (3,34), Ghetto Youths Radio Edit (4,19), Olav Basoski Remix (6,44)

2001

Tuff Gong 12 TGX10DJ, 2001, Promo (12-inch)
I Know A Place – Peter Hoffs Club Edit (6,40), Pheelyx Dub Mix (5,34), Fresca Boys Extended Mix (5,11), The Peter Black Remix (5,26)
I own this UK 12-inch Maxi.

Tuff Gong TGXCD10, 2001 (Maxi-CD)
I Know A Place – Peter Hoffs Radio Edit (3,21), Bedroom Rockers Radio Edit (3,52), Fresca Boys Radio Mix (3,43), Pheelyx Radio Edit (3,37)
I own this UK Maxi-CD.

2005

Tuff Gong TGXCD11 (Maxi-CD)
Slogans (and two more songs)

Tuff Gong TGXCD13 (Maxi-CD)
Part 1: No Woman No Cry (Live at Lyceum 1975), Duppy Conqueror (Live from Leeds, 23rd November 1973)

Tuff Gong TGXCD14 (Maxi-CD)
Part 2: I Shot The Sheriff, Trenchtown Rock (Live from The Roxy, 26th May 1976)

Tuff Gong TGXCD15 (Maxi-CD)
Part 3: Sun Is Shining, Jamming (Live from The Rainbow, 4th June 1977)

Tuff Gong TGXCD16 (Maxi-CD)
Part 4: Slogans, The Heathen (Live from The Rainbow, 4th June 1977)

Tuff Gong TGXCD17 (Maxi-CD)
Part 5: Africa Unite (Will I Am Remix), I Shot The Sheriff (Live from The Roxy, 26th May 1976)

Tuff Gong TGXCD18 (Maxi-CD)
Part 6: Stand Up Jam Rock, Stir It Up (Live from Leeds, 23rd November 1973)

2006

Tuff Gong 12TGX21DJ Promo (12-inch Maxi)
Exodus Joey Negro Mixes
Joey Negro Club Mix (8,18), Joey Negro Accapella Mix (5,49), Joey Negro Rodox Club (7,22), Joey Negro Raggabotty Beats (4,56)
I own the UK 12-inch Maxi.

Tuff Gong CDTGX21DJ Promo (Maxi-CD)
Exodus Joey Negro Mixes
Joey Negro Club Mix (8,18), Joey Negro Accapella Mix (5,49), Joey Negro Rodox Club (7,22), Joey Negro Raggabotty Beats (4,56)
I own the UK Maxi-CD.