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Bob Marley's "Live Forever" Streaming Exclusively on MOG

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Tuesday, Jan 25, 2011
by PopMatters Staff
Bob Marley & The Wailers' last ever concert occurred in Pittsburgh on 23 September 1980 and next week Universal is releasing the deluxe two-CD set documenting the historic show.

Bob Marley & The Wailers
Live Forever: The Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, September 23, 1980
(UMe/Tuff Gong)
Releasing: 1 February


Our friends over at MOG have a really sweet exclusive running right now. Bob Marley & The Wailers’ last ever concert occurred in Pittsburgh on 23 September 1980 and next week Universal is releasing the deluxe two-CD set documenting the historic show. If you sign up for a free 7-day MOG trial, you can listen to the album in full right now up until release. Of course, Marley performs all the old favorites too: “No Woman No Cry”, “Redemption Song”, “Jammin’, “Get Up Stand Up” and many more.


SONG LIST
01 Greetings
02 Natural Mystic
03 Positive Vibration
04 Burnin’ & Lootin’
05 Them Belly Full
06 The Heathen
07 Running Away
08 Crazy Baldhead
09 War / No More Trouble
10 Zimbabwe
11 Zion Train
12 No Woman No Cry
13 Jamming
14 Exodus
15 Redemption Song
16 Coming in From The Cold
17 Could You Be Loved
18 Is This Love
19 Work
20 Get Up Stand Up


[Listen to Album]
  


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