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Bob Marley - Remixed Hits

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Sun is Shining
Artist: Julian Beeston
4:57
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Soul Rebel
Artist: Mark Pistle
4:30
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Put it On
Artist: Swordfish
4:52
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Kaya
Artist: Kevin Haskins / Julian Beeston
4:55
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Keep on Moving
Artist: Julian Beeston
4:59
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African Herbsman
Artist: Sen Dog
4:51
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Don't Rock My Boat
Artist: Lee Fraser
4:19
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Fussing and Fighting
Artist: Lee Fraser
3:56
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Mr. Brown
Artist: James Lumb
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Sun is Shining
Artist: Silverbeam
4:52
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Natural Mystic
Artist: Matt Green
4:29
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Rainbow Country
Artist: Matt Green
4:18
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Sun is Shining
Artist: Julian Beeston
3:50
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 59:45

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cjonesthom

Add one or two of these to your next dance party and hear the crowd roar! My fave is Don't Rock My Boat.... Some of them would make Bob freak out, too spacy, but to each their own.... all love, C

They Say All Music Guide

Reggae legend Bob Marley is such an obvious subject for a remix project that it’s both surprising and distressing how unsuccessful such attempts have generally been. This one is better than most — maybe the best so far. By bringing in a wide array of producers and DJs, all of them focusing on groove first and metaphysics second, the compilers have created a program that stands on its own as a collection of dance music while also paying sincere homage to reggae’s most beloved figure. Remixers include Kevin Haskins (of Love & Rockets fame), Sen Dog (Cypress Hill), and such relative unknowns as Mark Pistel, Matt Green, and Julian Beeston. Actually, the unknowns provide some of the best moments on this album — Pistel’s mix of “Soul Rebel” is muscular and funky, and James Lumb’s interpretation of “Mr. Brown” is a strange fusion of lush, downtempo beats and almost creepy atmospherics. One of the best tracks is a spare, understated mix of “Don’t Rock My Boat,” credited to Sheep on Drugs. Breakbeat fans and reggae fans alike should enjoy this one a lot. – Rick Anderson

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