Does somebody know something about the deluxe live? I have heard nothing more about it.........
Also another question. I was wondering. A lot of my bob lp's has a blue label, with one side light and other side dark. When started island with that label and also on lp's like live the first pressings had the I from island without a palmtree and a sun but later island uses the I with a palm and a sun/moon does somebody know when they change the logo.
And my last question is does someone know in wich year they change the sleeve of catch a fire. The first is the zippo and has THE WAILERS. The latter sleeve has a picture of bob and it says BOB MARLEY AND THE WAILERS so they change the sleeve afther 1974?????????
Live! is a Bob Marley & The Wailers live album, released on December 5, 1975. Live! was recorded July 18 and July 19, 1975 at the Lyceum Ballroom in London. The performance remains one of Marley's most famous.
A Deluxe Edition featuring two CDs and both shows in their entirety was initially set to be released by Universal Music on February 14, 2006, then subsequently postponed to May 23, September 30 and December 30, then delayed again; as of January 2007, the Deluxe Edition still remains unreleased; there is no information about the final release date available.
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Yeah the light/dark label is called the day/night label.
However there is another label. The orange one that they started to use in 1975 (mostly europian lp's). I believe the orange label and the day/night label were used on the same time as for instance original pressings of exodus/rastaman vibration and live got them.
They also forgot the black island label. Then you got the pink label (used in the late 60's/early 70's and in 1972/3 the island pink rim label.
The catch a fire lp was replaced by the photocover in 1975 i believe.
There are more labels that they forgot (the wite label with bulding in shape of a palmtree, or some labels in other country's with different colors. I have also seen a purple label with a bulding on it and island in text, i have also seen a candidan pressing with a yellow label and the I in red. But i didn't know wich year they where used so thanks for the links and info. Ritech the orange label was indeed used in europe i believe, i have some dutch pressings with that label and some singles. Indeed i believe that they used some labels at the same time. Also on some singles you have a sort of silver logo.........
Thanks for the info, also for the info of the catch a fire sleeve change!