1976

RASTAMAN VIBRATION ALBUM

Recorded 1975 at Harry J´s Studio and Joe Gibbs Studios.
Mixed until March 1976 at Criteria Studios Miami USA.
Produced by Bob Marley.
First Jamaican Longplay release: Tuff Gong TGLLP 5 (Matrix: ILPS 9383), 1976
First UK Longplay release: Island ILPS 9383, April 30th 1976
USA Promo-Box in Burlap Cover, released 1976 (The mentioning at the albums´ sleeve deals with this burlap-cover that is a useful thing for cleaning herb.)
First German Longplay release: Island 27 236 XOT
Argentinian Longplay release: Island 90095.
Canadian Longplay release: Island / Splash.
German Music-Cassette release: MC 56 280
Released on CD: Island, 1988
Released on CD: Tuff Gong / Island TGLCD 5 (Digitally Remastered), January 1994
Released on CD: Universal / Island (Definitive Remasters), June 12th 2001
Released on CD: Universal / Island (Deluxe Edition), November 26th 2002

Positive Vibration

Written by Bob Marley but credited to Vincent “Tata” Ford.
Lead vocals and guitar by Bob Marley, harmonies by Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths, Judy Mowatt and Tyrone Downie.
JA Tuff Gong / UK Island vinyl album release (3,32) (Although the sleeve tells 3,20 what is wrong.)
Island CD album release (Digitally Remastered) (3,32)
Island CD album release (Definitive Remasters) (3,33)
Island CD album release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition)(3,34)

Roots Rock Reggae

Written by Bob Marley but credited to Vincent “Tata” Ford.
Lead vocals and guitar by Bob Marley, harmonies by Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths, Judy Mowatt and Tyrone Downie.
JA Tuff Gong / UK Island vinyl album release (3,38) (Although the sleeve tells 3,25 what is wrong.)
Island CD album release (Digitally Remastered) (3,38)
Island CD album release (Definitive Remasters) (3,38)
Island CD release: Natural Mystic 1995 (3,31) edited
Island CD album release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition) (3,40)
Note: The same take appeared on 7-inch but edited. See below.
Note: The same take was used for an alternate mix. See below.

Johnny Was

Written by Bob Marley but credited to Rita Marley.
Lead vocals and guitar by Bob Marley, harmonies by Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt.
UK 7-inch release: Island WIP 6296, 1976, a-side: Johnny Was (Woman Hold Her Head And Cry) / Cry To Me
Dutch 7-inch release: Island 16 882 AT, 1976, a-side: Johnny Was (Woman Hold Her Head And Cry) / Cry To Me Released in a picture sleeve.
JA Tuff Gong / UK Island vinyl album release (3,46) (Although the sleeve tells 3,35 what is wrong.)
Island CD album release (Digitally Remastered) (3,46)
Island CD album release (Definitive Remasters) (3,47)
Island CD release: Songs Of Freedom, 1992 (3,46)
Island CD album release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition) (3,49)
Note: The same take was used for an alternate mix. See below.

Cry To Me

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals and guitar by Bob Marley, harmonies by Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt.
UK 7-inch release: Island WIP 6296, 1976, a-side: Johnny Was (Woman Hold Her Head And Cry) / Cry To Me
Dutch 7-inch release: Island 16 882 AT, 1976, a-side: Johnny Was (Woman Hold Her Head And Cry) / Cry To Me Released in a picture sleeve.
USA Island IS-060, 1976, a-side: Roots, Rock, Reggae (Matrix: IS 060 A 1A) (2,57) / b-side: Cry To Me
Barbados Total Sounds TS WIRL 106, 1976, a-side: Roots Rock Reggae / b-side: Cry To Me (Matrix: TS WIRL 106-B) (2,29)
JA Tuff Gong / UK Island vinyl album release (2,34) (Although the sleeve tells 2,40 what is wrong.)
Island CD album release (Digitally Remastered) (2,35)
Island CD album release (Definitive Remasters) (2,36)
Island CD album release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition) (2,37)

Want More

Written by Bob Marley but credited to Aston Barrett.
Lead vocals and guitar by Bob Marley, harmonies by Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt.
JA Tuff Gong / UK Island vinyl album release (4,14) (Although the sleeve tells 4,10 what is wrong.)
Island CD album release (Digitally Remastered) (4,14)
Island CD album release (Definitive Remasters) (4,16)
Island CD album release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition)(4,17)
Note: The same take was used for an alternate mix. See below.
A few lines of this track were used in Prince Lincoln´s song “Hail Shanti” from 1983, released at the album “Roots Man Blues”.

Crazy Baldhead

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals and guitar by Bob Marley, harmonies by Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt.
JA Tuff Gong / UK Island vinyl album release (3,11) (Although the sleeve tells 3,05 what is wrong.)
Island CD album release (Digitally Remastered) (3,11)
Island CD album release (Definitive Remasters) (3,11)
Island CD release: Rebel Music (3,11)
Island CD release: Songs Of Freedom, 1992 (3,11)
Island CD release: Natural Mystic, 1995 (3,22) longer mix
Island CD album release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition) (3,13)
Note: The same take was used for an alternate mix. See below.

Who The Cap Fit

Written by Bob Marley but credited to Aston Barrett and Carlton Barrett. First recorded as “Man To Man” (1970) for Lee Perry.
Lead vocals and guitar by Bob Marley, harmonies by Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt.
JA Tuff Gong / UK Island vinyl album release (4,40) (Although the sleeve tells 4,05 what is wrong.)
Island CD album release (Digitally Remastered) (4,42)
Island CD album release (Definitive Remasters) (4,43)
Island CD release: Songs Of Freedom, 1992 (4,42)
Island CD release: Naturyl Mystic, 1995 (4,16) edited shorter mix
Island CD release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition) (4,44)
Note: The same take but edited appeared on 7-inch. See below.
Note: And there is “Version Who The Cap Fit”. See below.

Night Shift

Written by Bob Marley.
Lead vocals and guitar by Bob Marley, harmonies by Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt.
JA Tuff Gong / UK Island vinyl album release (3,09) (Although the sleeve tells 3,10 what is wrong.)
Island CD album release (Digitally Remastered) (3,10)
Island CD album release (Definitive Remasters) (3,10)
Island CD release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition) (3,12)

War

Written by Bob Marley but credited to Alan Cole and Carlton Barrett. The vocals are taken from a speech by Haile Selassie held at the UN on October 4th 1963.
Lead vocals and guitar by Bob Marley, harmonies by Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Roots Rock Reggae / b-side: War (Matrix: DSR 2376-A)
JA Tuff Gong / UK Island vinyl album release (3,38) (Although the sleeve tells 3,40 what is wrong.)
Island CD album release (Digitally Remastered) (3,35)
Island CD album release (Definitive Remasters) (3,36)
Island CD release: Songs Of Freedom, 1992 (3,36)
Island CD release: Natural Mystic, 1995 (3,31) edited
Island CD album release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition) (3,38)
Note: The same take was used for an alternate mix. See below.
Note: A recording of the original speech was mixed with this track by Bruno Blum in 1997 and released in 1997, 1999, 2003. See later, 2003. Another mix by Bruno Blum combines Burning Spear´s vocal track “Marcus Garvey” (1976) with an original speech bof 1919 by Marcus Garvey. See my Reggae Compendium. Go To Burning Spear.

Rat Race

Written by Bob Marley but credited to Rita Marley.
Lead vocals and guitar by Bob Marley, harmonies by Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt.
UK 7-inch release: Island BMRM 2 (Promo), 1979, a-side: Rat Race (Matrix: BMRM 2 A-1U-1-1-1) (2,47) / b-side: So Much Trouble In The World
Nea Zealand 7-inch release: Island K 74, 1986, a-side: Get Up Stand Up (Live 1975) / b-side: Rat Race
JA Tuff Gong / UK Island vinyl album release (2,50)
Island CD album release (Digitally Remastered) (2,49)
Island CD album release (Definitive Remasters) (2,54)
Island album release: O.S.T. Countryman (2,55)
Island CD release: Rebel Music, 1986 (2,51)
CD release: Songs Of Freedom, 1992 (2,49)
CD release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition) (2,55)
Note: The same track but edited appeared on 7-inch.
Note: On a different 7-inch an alternate take appeared. See below.
Note: And there is “Part Two” in two different mixes. See below.


OTHER TRACKS

Rat Race (Edit)

An edit of the album track.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Rat Race (Matrix: BM 2812-A) (2,34) / b-side: Part II (Matrix: BM 2837 B)
I own this single. And I have a recording taken from vinyl with the track on rastaman collection I – Vol. 17 running seven seconds longer (2,41).
Barbados 7-inch release: Total Sounds WIRL 105, 1976 a-side: Rat Race / b-side: Part II
Note: In the book of RS the notes about this take and the alternate is confused. In fact on 7-inch with matrix BM 2812 we have the track as on album, but edited on single.

Roots Rock Reggae (Edit)

An edit of the album track.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Roots Rock Reggae (Matrix: DSR 2377-B) / b-side: War
UK 7-inch release: Island WIP 6309, 1976, a-side: Roots Rock Reggae (3,00) / b-side: Them Belly Full
German 7-inch release: Island 17 101 AT, 1976, a-side: Roots Rock Reggae (3,00) / b-side: Them Belly Full Released in a picture sleeve.
Dutch 7-inch release: Island 17 101 AT, 1976, a-side: Roots Rock Reggae (3,00) / b-side: Talking Blues Released in a picture sleeve.
USA 7-inch release: Island IS-060 (Promo), 1976, a-side: Roots Rock Reggae (Matrix: IS 060 A 1A) (2,57) / b-side: Roots Rock Reggae (Matrix: IS 060 A 1B) (2,57)
USA 7-inch release: Island IS-060, 1976, a-side: Roots Rock Reggae (Matrix: IS 060 A 1A) (2,57) / b-side: Cry To Me
Barbados 7-inch release: Total Sounds TS WIRL 106, 1976, a-side: Roots Rock Reggae (Matrix: TS WIRL 106-A) (3,35) / b-side: Cry To Me
French 7-inch release: Island, 1977, a-side: Roots Rock Reggae / b-side: No Woman No Cry (Live 1975) Released in a picture sleeve.

Who The Cap Fit (Edit)

An edit of the album track.
USA 7-inch release: Island IS-072 (Promo), 1976, a-side: Who The Cap Fit (3,15) / b-side: Who The Cap Fit (3,15)
USA 7-inch release: Island IS-072, 1976, a-side: Who The Cap Fit (3,15) / b-side: Who The Cap Fit Part 2


Rat Race (Alternate)

Alternate recording with different lead vocals using the same drums, bass and rhythm guitar as the album track. Bob adds after “Rat Race” “yeah” and “yo” and “hmm”. He sings “some a chicken, some a scratch, some a bunch, some a bad.” “some a bull, some a buck, some a conqueror”. Different keyboards.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Blank (Tuff Gong), 1976, a-side: Rat Race (Matrix: BM 2816) (3,26) / b-side: Rat Race Part II (Matrix: BM 2817)
I have this alternate on the traded cd-set “Ultra Rarities”.
Note: In the book of RS the notes about this take and the alternate is confused. In fact on 7-inch with matrix BM 2816 we have the alternate.

Rat Race Part II (The Wailers)

This instrumental version of the album track “Rat Race” without horns appears at the 7-inch titled as “Part II” but I think the proper name is “Rat Race Part II”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Rat Race (Matrix: BM 2812-A) / b-side: Part II (Matrix: BM 2837-B) (3,12)
I own this single. And I have a recording of this version on my rastaman collection I – Vol. 17 running 8 seconds longer (3,20).
Jamaican 7-inch release: Blank (Tuff Gong), 1976, a-side: Rat Race (Matrix: BM 2816) / b-side: Part II (Matrix: BM 2817)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Rat Race (Matrix: BM 2812-A) / b-side: Part II (Matrix: BM 2817)
I have a recording of this single b-side on “Rarities from UK Nr. 2 CDR”.
Barbados 7-inch release: Total Sounds WIRL 105, 1976 a-side: Rat Race / b-side: Part II
Never released on CD.

Rat Race Part II (Horns Version) (The Wailers)

This instrumental version of the album track “Rat Race” featuring horns appears at a blank labeled 7-inch but I think the proper name is “Rat Race Part II”.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Blank (Tuff Gong), Rat Race (Matrix: AB 2951) / Part II (Matrix: AB 2952) (3,39)
Note: RS tells BM 2837-B would be the version with horns and BM 2816 would be the version without horns. I have BM 2837-B, but it has no horns. And I have a recording of BM 2817 what is the same. But I also have a recording of AB 2952 that indeed is featuring horns on “Rarities from UK Nr. 3 CDR”.

(Version) Who The Cap Fit

Instrumental version featuring some harmonies by The I-Threes.
USA 7-inch release: Island IS-072, 1976, a-side: Who The Cap Fit / b-side: (Version) Who The Cap Fit (4,40)
Never released on CD.


Roots Rock Reggae (1995 Alternate Mix)

Tuff Gong / Island release: Natural Mystic (3,33) extra lead vocals where previously were backing vocals.

Crazy Baldheads (1995 Alternate Mix)

Tuff Gong / Island release: Natural Mystic (3,22) 15 seconds extended slide whistle section.

Who The Cap Fit (1995 Edit)

Tuff Gong / Island release: Natural Mystic (4,16) 22 seconds shorter, edited keyboard solo

War (1995 Edit)

Tuff Gong / Island release: Natural Mystic (3,30) ten seconds shorter and drums are phased.


Roots Rock Reggae (Single Mix)

Previously unreleased alternate mix of the album take. Starting with a count-in. Including lead vocals by Bob Marley, harmonies by The I-Threes. (RS don´t mention this.)
Mixed by Chris Blackwell at Island Studios, London, May 7th, 1976.
CD release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition) (3,37)

Roots Rock Dub

Previously unreleased instrumental version including some harmony vocals.
Mixed by Chris Blackwell at Island Studios, London, May 7th, 1976.
CD release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition) (3,37)

Johnny Was (Alternate Mix)

Previously unreleased alternate mix of the album track.
CD release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition) (3,41)

Want More (Alternate Mix)

Previously unreleased alternate mix of the album track.
CD release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition) (5,10)

Crazy Baldhead (Alternate Mix)

Previously unreleased alternate mix of the album track.
CD release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition) (3,08)

War (Alternate Mix)

This is an alternate longer mix of the album take. RS tells that there is an even longer unreleased mix with 35 extra seconds of Haile Selassie´s speech.
Previously unreleased.
CD release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition) (4,02)


Roots

This song is included in the “Rastaman Vibration Deluxe” 2-CD but in fact is recorded in 1975. See there.


LIVE AT THE ROXY ALBUM

Recorded live at The Roxy, Los Angeles, USA, May 26th 1976

First International CD release: Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition), November 26th 2002 (without the last two songs)
First Complete International CD release: Tuff Gong / Island, June 24th 2003 (complete show including the last two songs)

Intro (Live Los Angeles 1976)

CD release: Rastaman Vibration Deluxe (0,37)
CD release: Live at The Roxy (0,37)

Trenchtown Rock (Live Los Angeles 1976)

Bob Marley on lead vocals, guitars and percussion, harmonies by Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths.
CD release: Rastaman Vibration Deluxe (4,55)
CD release: Live at The Roxy (4,55)
UK 7-inch release: Tuff Gong TGX 14: Part 2, 2005, a-side: I Shot The Sheriff / b-side: Trenchtown Rock (Live at The Roxy, Los Angeles, 26th May 1976) (5,00)

Burnin´ And Lootin´ (Live Los Angeles 1976)

Bob Marley on lead vocals, guitars and percussion, harmonies by Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths.
CD release: Rastaman Vibration Deluxe (4,54)
CD release: Live at The Roxy (4,54)

Them Belly Full (But We´re Hungry) (Live Los Angeles 1976)

Bob Marley on lead vocals, guitars and percussion, harmonies by Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths.
CD release: Rastaman Vibration Deluxe (4,13)
CD release: Live at The Roxy (4,13)

Rebel Music (3 O´Clock Road Block) (Live Los Angeles 1976)

Bob Marley on lead vocals, guitars and percussion, harmonies by Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths.
CD release: Rastaman Vibration Deluxe (6,08)
CD release: Live at The Roxy (6,08)

I Shot The Sheriff (Live Los Angeles 1976)

Bob Marley on lead vocals, guitars and percussion, harmonies by Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths.
CD release: Rastaman Vibration Deluxe (6,34)
CD release: Live at The Roxy (6,34)
UK 7-inch release: Tuff Gong TGX 17: Part 5, 2005, a-side: Africa Unite (Will I Am Remix) (5,12) / b-side: I Shot The Sheriff (Live at The Roxy, Los Angeles, 26th May 1976) (6,25)

Want More (Live Los Angeles 1976)

Bob Marley on lead vocals, guitars and percussion, harmonies by Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths.
CD release: Rastaman Vibration Deluxe (7,02)
CD release: Live at The Roxy (7,02)

No Woman No Cry (Live Los Angeles 1976)

Bob Marley on lead vocals, guitars and percussion, harmonies by Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths.
CD release: Songs Of Freedom, 1992 (5,19)
CD release: Rastaman Vibration Deluxe (5,19)
CD release: Live at The Roxy (5,19)

Lively Up Yourself (Live Los Angeles 1976)

Bob Marley on lead vocals, guitars and percussion, harmonies by Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths.
CD release: Rastaman Vibration Deluxe (5,44)
CD release: Live at The Roxy (5,44)

Roots Rock Reggae (Live Los Angeles 1976)

Bob Marley on lead vocals, guitars and percussion, harmonies by Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths.
CD release: Rastaman Vibration Deluxe (5,32)
CD release: Live at The Roxy (5,32)

Rat Race (Live Los Angeles 1976)

Bob Marley on lead vocals, guitars and percussion, harmonies by Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths.
CD release: Rastaman Vibration Deluxe (7,47)
CD release: Live at The Roxy (7,47)

Positive Vibration (Live Los Angeles 1976)

Bob Marley on lead vocals, guitars and percussion, harmonies by Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths.
CD release: Live at The Roxy (3,56)

Medley: Get Up Stand Up – No More Trouble – War – No More Trouble – Jam – Get Up Stand Up (Live Los Angeles 1976)

Bob Marley on lead vocals, guitars and percussion, harmonies by Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths.
CD release: Live at The Roxy (23,58)


1976, NOVEMBER

Produced by Bob Marley and Lee Perry.
Recorded at Black Ark Studio (slow take) and Harry J´s Studio (fast take).

Smile Jamaica Part One (Slow Take)

Bob Marley on lead vocals, guitars and percussion, harmonies by Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt, Marcia Griffiths, Neville Garrick, Antonio “Gilly” Gilbert.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Smile Jamaica (Matrix: SMILE 1976 A) / b-side: Smile Jamaica (Matrix: SMILE 1976 B) (2,46) A-side is the slow vocal track, b-side is the fast vocal track.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Smile Jamaica (Matrix: BM 3436) / b-side: Smile Jamaica (Matrix: BFM 1977 A) (2,46) A-side is the slow vocal track, b-side is the fast vocal track.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Smile Jamaica Part One (Matrix: BM 3400 A) (2,59) / b-side: Smile Jamaica Part Two (Matrix: BM 3400 B)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Smile Jamaica Part One (Matrix: BM 3436 A) (2,59) / b-side: Smile Jamaica Part Two (Matrix: BM 3436 B)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1994, a-side: Smile Jamaica / b-side: Redemption Song (Live Last Concert 1980) (The a-side is the slow take. Confirmed. Thanks Dennis from Montreal.)
UK CD release: Songs of Freedom, 1992 (3,12)
UK 12-inch release: Island, 1992, a-side: Iron Lion Zion (12 inch), Smile Jamaica (3,12) / b-side: Could You Be Loved (12 inch), Three Little Birds (Alternate)
UK Maxi-CD release: Island TGXCD2, 1992, Iron Lion Zion, Smile Jamaica (3,12), Three Little Birds (Alternate), Iron Lion Zion (12-inch)
CD release: Rastaman Vibration Deluxe (3,19) longer intro
Note: There is aso “Smile Jamaica Part Two”. See next.

Smile Jamaica Part Two (Slow Take)

Not really a version but the second half of “Smile Jamaica” featuring some lead and harmony vocals.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Smile Jamaica Part One (Matrix: BM 3400 A) (2,59) / b-side: Smile Jamaica Part Two (Matrix: BM 3400 B)
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Smile Jamaica Part One (Matrix: BM 3436 A) / b-side: Smile Jamaica Part Two (Matrix: BM 3436 B) (2,59)
CD release: Rastaman Vibration Deluxe (3,10)

Smile Jamaica Part One (Fast Take)

Bob Marley on lead vocals, guitars and percussion, harmonies by Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Smile Jamaica (Matrix: SMILE 1976 A) / b-side: Smile Jamaica (Matrix: SMILE 1976 B) (2,46) A-side is the slow vocal track, b-side is the fast vocal track.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Smile Jamaica (Matrix: BM 3436) / b-side: Smile Jamaica (Matrix: BFM 1977 A) (2,46) A-side is the slow vocal track, b-side is the fast vocal track.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Smile Jamaica Part One (Matrix: BFM 1977 A) (2,46) / b-side: Smile Jamaica Part Two (Matrix: BFM 1977 B) A-side is the fast vocal track, b-side is the fast version.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Smile Jamaica Part One (Matrix: SMILE B) (2,46) / b-side: Smile Jamaica Part Two (Matrix: BFM 1977 B) A-side is the fast vocal track, b-side is the fast version.
Note: There is “Smile Jamaica Part Two”. See next.
Note: And there is a mix of both parts in short form on 7-inch and in long form on 12-inch. See below.

Smile Jamaica Part Two (Fast Take)

Not really a version but the second half of “Smile Jamaica” featuring some lead and harmony vocals.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Smile Jamaica Part One (Matrix: BFM 1977 A) / b-side: Smile Jamaica Part Two (Matrix: BFM 1977 B) (2,49) A-side is the fast vocal track, b-side is the fast version.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1976, a-side: Smile Jamaica Part One (Matrix: SMILE B) (2,46) / b-side: Smile Jamaica Part Two (Matrix: BFM 1977 B) A-side is the fast vocal track, b-side is the fast version.

Smile Jamaica (Fast Take) (UK 7-inch)

“Smile Jamaica Part 1″ and a bit of “Smile Jamaica Part 2″.
UK 7-inch release: Island WIP 6440, 1978, a-side: Satisfy My Soul / b-side: Smile Jamaica (3,39) This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label. Released in a picture-sleeve.
German 7-inch release: Island 15 590, 1978, a-side: Satisfy My Soul / b-side: Smile Jamaica This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label. Released in a picture-sleeve.
French 7-inch release: Island 6172 543, 1978, a-side: Satisfy My Soul / b-side: Smile Jamaica This 7-inch appears with the palm-tree Island label. Released in a picture-sleeve.
Jamaican 7-inch release: Tuff Gong, 1981, a-side: Smile Jamaica (Matrix: DSR 5300) (3,38) / b-side: Jah Live (Matrix: DSR 5301)
Note: RS tells JA Tuff Gong (Matrix: DSR 5300) 1982, 7-inch would have a remix but I have a recording of this matrix and it has the original mix.

Smile Jamaica (Fast Take) (UK 12-inch)

Mix of the “Smile Jamaica Part 1″ and “Smile Jamaica Part 2″ (Fast takes).
UK 12-inch release: Island I & I One, 1978, a-side: Smile Jamaica (5,03) / b-side: (empty side, one-sided promo) (Andy Claydon tells, that 30 copies exist.)
CD release: Kaya (Definitive Remasters) (5,03) Note: The sleeve of the Kaya CD tells, the track would be as findable on UK Island WIP 6440, 7-inch, but in fact it is not the short but the long mix from 12-inch Maxi only.


FOOTNOTE:

GITS PLAYS BOB MARLEY´S GREATEST HITS

Dubs of instrumentals recorded and mixed at Harry J.s during the Rastaman Vibration sessions in 1976.
Lloyd “Gits” Willis on rhythm guitar, lead guitar and piano, Carlton Barrett on drums, Aston “Familyman” Barrett on bass and Leslie Butler on organ.

Get Up Stand Up
Natty Dread
So Jah Say
Lively Up Yourself
No Woman No Cry
Guava Jelly
Road Block
I Shot The Sheriff
Concrete Jungle
Soul Rebel

Upper Skank Dub (Get Up Stand Up Dub)
Dreadful Rock Dub (Natty Dread Dub)
So Jah Say Dub
Lively Up Dub (Lively Up Yourself Dub)
Crying Dub (No Woman Dub) (No Woman No Cry Dub)
Guava Jelly Dub
Road Block Dub
I Shot The Sheriff Dub
Concrete Jungle Dub
Soul Rebel Dub

Jamaican Longplay release: “Gits Plays Bob Marleys Greatest Hits”, Harry J, 1976 (this album includes the ten instrumental versions.)
Jamaican Double-Longplay release: “Gits Plays Bob Marleys Greatest Hits”, Harry J HJ-101, 1977 (has all 20 tracks).
“Dub Marley”, French Tabou.1, 2002, CD (has all 20 tracks).
“Marley In Dub”, USA Musicrama, 2002, CD (has all 20 tracks.
“Dub Marley” Dutch Walboomers WBLP 12, 2002, LP (has the ten dubs only).