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  • Bob Marley "ressurected"

    http://www.theguardian.com/music/201...rs-in-a-cellar

  • #2
    Oh. I thought you were talking about this: https://www.marleynatural.com/
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    • #3
      This is awesome news!

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      • #4
        Live is good, but 10 reels of unheard of studio tracks would have been even better.
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        • #5
          Bob Marley is best heard live. The energy and assorted other interactions make the SQ secondary for me. Sure his studio stuff is pretty good but I tend to play the live music I have when I decide I need my fix.
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          • mkuller
            mkuller commented
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            I heard Ziggy live last summer and I would say the same about him - much better live than his recordings.

          • MylesBAstor
            MylesBAstor commented
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            Hate to say it but no audio system will get that bass line like Reggae artists like to play it live! ❤️ Big and turn it up!

        • #6
          I was talking Live same songs vs. Studio NEW songs.
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          • Beaur
            Beaur commented
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            Also meant to include that I was referring to recordings of live performances as I am obviously too young to have seen him live! Even if the SQ is compromised a bit by the live performance I would take that over pristine studio recordings whatever the format.
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