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Theydeserveit >> Music>>Bob Marley Music

Bob Marley Music

"They say the sun, shines for all but in some people world, it never shine at all. They say love is a stream, that will find its course some think life is a dream so they making matter worse." -from Crisis, by Bob Marley

Robert Nesta Marley known to the world as Bob Marley is the most widely known performer of reggae music, and is famous for having popularized the genre outside Jamaica. The son of a middle-aged white father and teenaged black mother, Bob grew up poor in Trenchtown. At the age of fourteen, Bob left home to pursue a musical career in Kingston and became a pupil of local singer and devout Rastafarian Joe Higgs. This was an introduction that left an indelible impression on Bob's life, the Jamaican community, and the rest of the world.

At the age of sixteen Bob recorded his first single with numbers like "Judge Not" and "Do you still Love Me". The vocals and lyrics indicated that these are tracks filled with a message to listeners. Though his first recordings were not successful with the public but the Kingston music scene witnessed an extraordinary sixteen-year-old chap who later transcended all categories, classes, and creeds through a combination of artistic insights and sheer hard work. He continued to receive music lessons from Joe Higgs His first recording attempt was his first single "Judge Not" in 1962 for Leslie Kong.

In the year 1963, Marley teamed up with fellow singers like Bunny Livingstone, Peter Mac Intosh, Junior Braithwaite, Beverly Kelso and Cherry Smith to form the vocal group called the Teenagers which was later rechristened as The Wailing Rudeboys and later simply the Wailers. The band later signed on with producer Coxsone Dodd's legendary Studio One and released their debut "I'm Still Waiting". However it wasn't until 1964 that the Wailing Wailers first entered the Jamaican charts with a bang with their record "Simmer Down," and over the next few years the Wailing Wailers became as one of the hottest groups in Jamaica with a series of hits like"One Love,""Rude Boy,""I'm Still Waiting,""I am Gonna Put It On,"and"Cry to Me."

Reggae music isn't all about vibe; it embodies political oppression, metaphysical and aesthetic insights, gangland warfare and various aspects of mystical wilderness.

As we all know, music as a medium of communication in regions of illiteracy and poverty plays an important role. And reggae music played the role of propagating the Rastafari movement against oppression, exploitation and racism. Bob Marley & Co. used metaphors of oppression and freedom, such as chains and birds, depict social problems and ways of liberation to communicate a universal message to listeners.

Bob Marley gifted the world a dazzling and evocative music; his work spanned across nearly two decades and yet still remains eternal and universal.

TheyDeserveIt give an insight into the world of Bob Marley Music.

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