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Bob Marley & The Wailers - Live '73, Paul's Mall, Boston, Ma MP3 FLAC
Bob Marley & The Wailers
Live '73, Paul's Mall, Boston, Ma
Roots Reggae
Klondike Records
FLAC size:
2885 mb
MP3 size:
1593 mb
WMA size:
2307 mb


1Concrete Jungle
2400 Years
3Stop That Train
4Lively Up Yourself
5Get Up Stand Up
6Stir It Up
7Kinky Reggae
8Slave Driver


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
KLCD5063Bob Marley & The Wailers Live '73, Paul's Mall, Boston, Ma ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Klondike Records KLCD50632016
FMCB118CDBob Marley & The Wailers Burnin' Up Beantown ‎(CD, Unofficial)FM Concert Broadcasts Ltd.FMCB118CD2015


180-gram LP with insert. In July 1973, Bob Marley and The Wailers were
about to embark on their first international tour to promote their latest album, Catch
a Fire. Released in April 1973, it had broken into the UK and USA charts and
caught the attention of influential music critics everywhere. Reggae music was on
the verge of becoming a global phenomenon and The Wailers had secured a
prominent role in its delivery through Island Records founder Chris Blackwell.
Before supporting roles with Bruce Springsteen and Sly and the Family
Stone, the band was booked at Boston's premier jazz venue, Paul's Mall, for a
week-long residency. There can be little doubt that this is a truly precious document
of an iconic band in their prime, and with the inclusion of Peter Tosh and
Bunny Wailer before their departure, it makes this particular broadcast all the
more essential. Klondike proudly presents the entire original WBCN-FM broadcast
of Bob Marley and The Wailers live at Paul's Mall in Boston, Massachusetts on July
11, 1973. Professionally remastered original broadcast with background liners
and rare archival photos.


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  • Copyright (c) – Klondike Records
  • Recorded At – Paul's Mall

  • Daron
Sound perfect. Real treasure for reggae music lovers!! Collection record!

  • Pumpit
what about the sound quality of this one?? Is it worth?