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Unanswered: official discography from 1962 to 1980

1962

[The following are Leslie Kong productions for his Beverley's label]

as Robert Marley
Do You Still Love Me
Judge Not

as Bobby Marten
One Cup Of Coffee

Terror [unreleased]

1963
[all productions from 1963 through mid-1966 are by Clement Dodd, better known as "Sir Coxson" Dodd, for his own Studio One labels]

Christmas Is Here
Climb The Ladder
Destiny
Do You Remember
I Don't Need Your Love
I'm Going Home
Mr. Talkative
Simmer Down
Straight and Narrow
Tell Them Lord
Your Love

1964

Amen
Dance With Me
Don't Ever Leave Me
Donna
Go Jimmy Go
Habits
Hoot Nanny Hoot
I Made A Mistake
I Need You
It Hurts To Be Alone
Lonesome Feelings
Love Won't Be Mine This Way
Maga Dog
Nobody Knows
Oh My Darling
Teenager In Love
There She Goes
True Confessions
Where Will I Find
Wings Of A Dove

1965

And I Love Her
Another Dance
Cry To Me
Diamond Baby
Do It Right
Do You Feel The Same Way Too
Good Good Rudie
Guajira Ska
Hooligans
I Left My Sins
I'm Gonna Put It On
I'm Still Waiting
Jumbie Jamboree
Just In Time
Let The Lord Be Seen In You
Lonesome Track
Love And Affection
One Love
Playboy
Rude Boy
Shame and Scandal
Ska Jerk
Somewhere To Lay My Head
Ten Commandments of Love
The Jerk
This Train
Wages of Love
What's New Pussycat
Where Is My Mother
Where's The Girl For Me
White Christmas

1966

[The following recordings were made without Bob Marley, who was in America from February through October 1966. Constantine "Dream" "Vision" Walker, Rita Marley's cousin and member of her group the Soulettes, replaced Bob during this period.]

Blowing In The Wind
Can't You See
Dancing Shoes
Don't Look Back
Dreamland
He Who Feels It Knows It
I Need You
I Stand Predominant
Jerking Time
Lemon Tree
Let Him Go
Little Boy Blue
Making Love
Rasta Shook Them Up
Rock Sweet Rock
Rolling Stone
Sentimental Journey
Sinner Man
Sunday Morning
The Toughest
Treat Me Good
What Am I Supposed To Do
When The Well Runs Dry

[At the end of 1966, Bob returned from working a factory night-shift job in Delaware, with enough money to start the Wailers' first self-controlled company to produce and distribute their own compositions. They called their nascent label Wail'n Soul'm, and their logo showed three hands in a triangular embrace, an image that is used to this day. From here onward, the Wailers worked with producers like Lee Perry and Leslie Kong, but the majority of their music was self-produced.]

Bend Down Low
Freedom Time

1967

[The following are Wailers' self-productions]
Bus Dem Shut
Funeral
Hammer
Hypocrites
Lyrical Satyrical
Mellow Mood
Nice Time
Pound Get A
Stir It Up
Thank You Lord
This Train

1968

Chances Are
Dem A Fi Get A Beatin'
Don't Rock My Boat
Fire Fire
I'm Hurting Inside
Play Play Play
Stepping Razor
The Lord Will Make A Way

[The following are productions by Arthur Jenkins and Joe Venneri (primarily) for Johnny Nash and Danny Sims. The dating is approximate, as no productions notes have been discovered to verify exact dates.]

Bend Down Low
Chances Are
Fallin' In And Out Of Love
Gonna Get You
Hammer
How Many Times
It Hurts To Be Alone
Lonely Girl
Lonesome Feelings
Mellow Mood
Milk Shake and Potato Chips
Nice Time
Put It On
Rock Steady
Soul Almighty
Soul Rebel
Splish For My Splash
Stay With Me
Stranger On The Shore
The World Is Changing
There She Goes
Touch Me
Treat You right
What Goes Around Comes Around
You Think I Have No Feelings
You Say I Have No Feelings [alt. vers.]

[The following are Mortimo Planno productions
A Little Prayer
Selassie Is The Chapel

1969

[The following are Wailers self-productions]
Feel Alright
Rhythm
Tread Oh

[The following are productions by Ted Powder]
Adam And Eve
Thank You Lord
This Train
Wisdom

1970
[The following are Leslie Kong productions]
Baby Baby Come Home
Back Out
Can't You See
Caution
Cheer Up
Do It Twice
Go Tell It On The Mountain
Soon Come
Sophisticated Psychedelication
Soul Captives
Soul Shake Down Party
Stop The Train

[The following are Wailers self-productions
Black Progress
Comma Comma
Hold On To This Feeling
Oppressor Man
The Letter
Trouble Dub
Trouble On The Road Again

[The following are Randy's productions]
Sugar Sugar
Field Marshall No Parshall

Hold On To This Feeling (Bob & Rita)

[The following are productions by Lee "Scratch" Perry, the Upsetter, uniting Bob for the first time with the core of the band that would be with him for the rest of his career. They were Scratch's rhythm section: Aston "Family Man" Barrett on bass, and his brother Carlton on drums, abetted by Alva "Reggie" Lewis on guitar and Glen Adams on keyboards.]

400 Years
Axe Man
Corner Stone
Duppy Conqueror
It's Alright
Jah Is Mighty
Long Long Winter
Man To Man
My Cup
No Sympathy
No Water
Picture On The Wall (w/Carl Dawkins)
Put It On
Reaction
Rebel's Hop
Run For Cover
Shocks Of Mighty
Small Axe
Soul Almighty
Soul Rebel
Try Me

[The following are Bunny Lee productions]
Mr. Chatterbox
No Love

[The following is a Wailers' self-production]
High Tide Or Low Tide

1971

[The following are Lee Perry Productions]
African Herbsman
All In One
Brainwashing
Brand New Secondhand
Downpressor
Dreamland
Fussing and Fighting
In The Iway
Kaya
Keep On Moving
Keep On Skanking
Memphis
Riding High
Stand Alone
Turn Me Loose
Who Is Mister Brown

[The following are joint productions of Lee Perry and the Wailers]
Don't Rock My Boat
I Like It Like This
Love Light
Send Me That Love
Sun Is Shining

[The following are Wailers' self-productions]
Back Biter
Concrete Jungle
Craven Choke Puppy
Guava Jelly
Hammer
How Many Times
I'm Still Wailing
It Hurts To Be Alone
Lick Samba
Lively Up Yourself
Music Lesson
Redder Than Red
Rocking Steady
Satisfy My Soul Babe
Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah
Screw Face
Trench Town Rock
Why Should I

[The following are Johnny Nash productions]
Dance Do The Reggae
I'm Hurting Inside
Oh Lord I Got To Get There
Reggae On Broadway

1972

[The following are Wailers' self-productions]
400 Years
All Day All Night
Concrete Jungle
Kinky Reggae
Midnight Ravers
No More Trouble
Pass It On
Rock It Babe
Slave Driver
Stir It Up
Stop That Train

1973

[The following are Wailers' self-productions]
Burnin' & Lootin'
Duppy Conqueror
Get Up Stand Up
Hallelujah Time
I Shot The Sheriff
Iron Lion Zion
No Sympathy
One Foundation
Pass It On
Put It On
Rastaman Chant
Reincarnated Soul
Small Axe

1974

[From here forward, all Wailers productions are of the Bob Marley solo-led group]

Am A Do
Belly Full
Bend Down Low
Knotty Dread
Lively Up Yourself
Rebel Music
Revolution
Road Block
So Jah Seh
Talking Blues

1975

The following are Wailers self-productions]
Crazy Baldhead
Cry To me
I Know
Johnny Was
Night Shift
Positive Vibration
Rat Race
Roots, Rock, Reggae
Want More
War
Who The Cap Fit

[The following is a joint Lee Perry/Wailers production]
Jah Live

1976

[The following is a joint Lee Perry/Wailers production]
Smile Jamaica (Parts One and Two)
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1977

[The following are Lee Perry productions]
Who Colt The Game (unissued)
I Know A Place Where We Can Carry On (unissued)
Keep On Moving
Natural Mystic
Punky Reggae Party
Rainbow Country

[The following are Wailers' self-productions]
Crisis
Easy Skanking
Every Need Got An Ego To Feed
Exodus
Guiltiness
Is This Love
Jamming
Kaya
Misty Morning
Natural Mystic
One Love/People Get Ready
Roots
Running Away
Satisfy My Soul
She's Gone
So Much Things To Say
Sun Is Shining
The Heathen
Three Little Birds
Time Will Tell
Turn Your Lights Down Low
Waiting In Vain

1978

[No studio activity as Bob toured the world and completed the building of his own Tuff Gong Studio at 56 Hope Road in Kingston, Jamaica]

1979

[The following are Bob Marley and the Wailers productions]
Africa Unite
Ambush
Babylon System
Mix Up Mix Up
One Drop
Ride Natty Ride
So Much Trouble In The World
Survival
Top Rankin'
Wake Up And Live
Zimbabwe

[The following are Bob Marley/Lee Perry productions]
Blackman Redemption
Rastaman Live Up

1980

[The following are Bob Marley and the Wailers productions beginning in late 1979 and continuing into the early part of 1980
Bad Card
Coming In From The Cold
Could You Be Loved
Forever Loving Jah
Give Thanks And Praises
Pimper's Paradise
Real Situation
Redemption Song
Trench Town
We And Them
Work
Zion Train
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1964

Amen
Dance With Me
Don't Ever Leave Me
Donna
Go Jimmy Go
Habits
Hoot Nanny Hoot
I Made A Mistake
I Need You
It Hurts To Be Alone
Lonesome Feelings
Love Won't Be Mine This Way
Maga Dog
Nobody Knows
Oh My Darling

about "oh my darling".. .did you know that:

Bob Marley wrote this song, a love song for him and Marcia called “Oh My Darling” which they recorded. Even to record a song with Bob, Marcia was very nervous - it was so good when Bob broke the ice and started joking around with her. Even in that recording you will hear Marcia says in the beginning 'Cha man!' because he was teasing her and he kept it on the recording"
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1971

Mister Brown
about Mr Brown... did you know that

In the late 1970s, a rumour swept the country that a coffin was travelling around Jamaica accompanied by two John Crows who kept asking for a Mr Brown. Whenever news spread that it was parked in a village or town square, crowds would rush to the scene in order to report that they were witnesses to this supernatural manifestation.
At one time, it created panic and near rioting when it was said to have been sighted at Parade in downtown Kingston. The massive crowds became boisterous, stores were forced to close, and traffic came to a standstill. People 'committed perjury' when they swore they saw the coffin going up the steps of a courthouse and causing consternation inside the building.
Bob Marley immortalised the incident and captured the hysteria when he sang about 'that clown, Mr Brown'. "Who is Mr Brown, I wanna know now, He is nowhere to be found, From Mandeville to Sligoville, upsetting the town", while "Down in Parade, people running like a masquerade", but "What a thing in town, crows chauffeur-driven around."
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about Mr Brown... did you know that

a rumour swept the country that a coffin was travelling around Jamaica accompanied by two John Crows who kept asking for a Mr Brown.
yes, that is why the version of mr.brown is known as vampire.
very curious story.
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1973

I Shot The Sheriff
about I shot the sheriff... did you know that:

As the house recording engineer at Island Records' studios in London during the early 70s, Phill Brown was used to the long hours and the poor pay (he got £25 a week).
On 20 February 1973, Brown was recording the Wailers' album Burnin', taking parts from different sections of three takes of I Shot the Sheriff and literally sticking them together – a complex manoeuvre. When the Wailers' bassist, Aston "Family Man" Barrett, offered him a massive cone joint of pure cannabis, Brown naturally accepted. He remembers the moment he set fire to one of Bob Marley's most famous songs as if it were yesterday.
"I had done the first edit and had the joint in my mouth," he says. "I was just about to cut, when the joint fell apart. It melted the tape. Outside the door are Bob Marley & the Wailers: heavy street guys from Trench Town – they weren't a bunch of kids from Epsom. I don't know what would have happened if they had seen it, but I managed to repair it, and no one ever heard about it."

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about get up stand up, did you know that:

Esther Anderson. "So we went around the Caribbean, we went to Haiti, something happened to us over there and we ended up writing Get up Stand up on the airplane coming back. That was the beginning of my collaboration with Bob. I photographed him quite a lot in the Caribbean, quite a lot in Trinidad"

the complete interview with esther anderson at http://rastaleaks.wordpress.com/2011/03/10/10/
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about "love light", did you know that:

Niney the Observer: What really happened is the Wailers sang a song called "Love Light" and it was a kind of soul song, when I did "Blood and Fire" it wasn't near that, they would get no idea off that song. It was in a different context; the same words but a different preacher. Me and Bob Marley never foght over that thing, it was just a misunderstanding. Someone went and told Bob that the song that I sing was supposed to be his song. With that kind of song, rastas don't want to see baldhead [Niney didn't have dreadlocks at the time] sing that song.
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about "Zimbabwe" did you know that

Gibson Mandishona (founder director of the Zimbabwe National Arts Council and also a judge for the National Arts and Music Merit Awards): During my time in Ethiopia I worked with Bob Marley to compose the song Zimbabwe. Although I am not a reggae fan, music is music and being knowledgeable on Zimbabwean themes and traditions, I was able to assist Bob Marley on the project.
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about redemption song:

native Wayne Jobson: “Chris Blackwell told me that Bob Marley came to him and played him ‘Redemption Song’ on acoustic guitar and was like, ‘OK now we gotta get the band, the horns, etc’ and Chris said ‘Don’t touch that, record it right now, just the way it is.’ So they took it into the studio. In three takes they had ‘Redemption Song.’ If the song is that good, you don’t need anything else on top of it.”
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