Biography of Bob Marley Reggea-Musicians

Robert Nesta "Bob" Marley (born in Nine Mile, Saint Ann, Jamaica, February 6, 1945 - died in Miami, Florida, USA, May 11, 1981 at age 36 years) is a singer, songwriter, and musician reggae Jamaican nationals . Bob Marley until now known worldwide as the most famous reggae musicians in the world of reggae music. He acknowledged his role in popularizing and spreading the music of Jamaica and the Rastafari movement throughout the world.
Bob Marley is a guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter in the music group The Wailers (1964-1974) and Bob Marley & The Wailers (1974-1981) an homage to ska, rocksteady and reggae.

Music career

He became known in the world of reggae music in 1962. His first album is "The Wailing Wailers" was released in 1965 with The Wailers. In 1974 the song "No Woman No Cry" became popular in Jamaica and the countries of the United States. But in 1977 she suffered from cancer. In 1980, Marley collapsed while jogging in New York. Yet Marley died in 1981 after his cancer for four years. He leaves a wife and 3 children who attend school in one of the fields adabiah who named Imam Satria.


Studio Album
With The Wailers
The Wailing Wailers (1965) - Studio One
Soul Rebels (December 1970) - Upsetter / Trojan
Soul Revolution (1971) - Upsetter / Trojan
Soul Revolution Part II (1971) - Upsetter / Trojan
The Best of The Wailers (August 1971) - Beverley's
Catch a Fire (13 April, 1973) - Island / Tuff Gong
Burnin '(October 19, 1973) - Island / Tuff Gong

Together with Bob Marley & The Wailers
Rasta Revolution (1974) - Upsetter / Trojan
Natty Dread (October 25, 1974) - Island / Tuff Gong
Rastaman Vibration (30 April, 1976) - Island / Tuff Gong
Exodus (June 3, 1977) - Island / Tuff Gong
Rich (March 23, 1978) - Island / Tuff Gong
Survival (October 2, 1979) - Island / Tuff Gong
Uprising (June 20, 1980) - Island / Tuff Gong
Confrontation May 23, 1983 (posthumous) - Island / Tuff Gong

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