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Iain Scott looks at the grooves that took an unas­sum­ing young man from a farm in Ja­maica to the sta­dium stages of the world.

Iain Scott looks at the grooves that took an unas­sum­ing young man from a farm in Ja­maica to the sta­dium stages of the world. Brought to you by...

Bob Marley, along with his band The Wail­ers, rose to fame through the ‘70s and brought reg­gae to an in­ter­na­tional arena af­ter be­ing signed to Is­land Records and re­leas­ing sev­eral ac­claimed al­bums in­clud­ing Catch A Fire, Burnin’, Ras­ta­man Vi­bra­tion and Ex­o­dus. Th­ese record­ings have pro­vided a wealth of great grooves that de­fine the reg­gae style and he had sev­eral hits from th­ese re­leases, such as Jam­min’, I Shot The Sher­iff (cov­ered by Eric Clap­ton), No Woman No Cry, One Love, Ex­o­dus, and Get Up Stand Up. Let’s take a look at the reg­gae grooves of his rhythm sec­tion.

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