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The Legend Live in Santa Barbara (Out Of Stock) - Vinyl Record

by Bob Marley & The Wailers

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180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed
1st Time Ever On LP - The Legendary 1979 Santa Barbara County Bowl Concert

3x 180 Gram Vinyl Housed In A Triple Gatefold

Special Colored Vinyl Release: 1x LP Red / 1x LP Yellow / 1x LP Green

One of the last Bob Marley live performances committed to film before his untimely death in May 1981, THE LEGEND LIVE features the Tuff Gong in his full pomp, performing 21 of his most popular works at the Santa Barbara County Bowl on the 25th of November 1979.

Now widely considered an equal of the now legendary LIVE AT THE RAINBOW show from 1977, the concert includes superb versions of such major hits as “I Shot The Sheriff,” “One Drop,” “Exodus,” “Jamming,” “Is This Love,” “Stir It Up” and the anthemic “Get Up Stand Up.”

LP 1
1. Introduction
2. Positive Vibration
3. Wake Up And Live
4. I Shot The Sheriff
5. Ambush In The Night
6. Concrete Jungle
7. Running Away
8. Crazy Baldheaded

LP 2
1. Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)
2. Heathen
3. Ride Natty Ride
4. Africa Unite
5. One Drop
6. Exodus
7. So Much Things To Say

LP 3
1. Zimbabwe
2. Jamming
3. Is This Love
4. Kinky Reggae
5. Stir It Up
6. Get Up Stand Up

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180/200 GRAM Vinyl LP

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