Burnin' is the sixth studio album by Jamaican reggae band The Wailers , released in October It was written mostly by bandleader Bob Marley and produced by Chris Blackwell. A commercial and critical success in the United States, Burnin ' was certified Gold and later added to the National Recording Registry , with the Library of Congress deeming it historically and culturally significant. The sixth album by Bob Marley , Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer the last before Tosh and Bunny departed for solo careers and the band became known as Bob Marley and the Wailers , Burnin ' opens with a signature song , the call to action "Get Up, Stand Up" and includes a more confrontational and militant tone than previous records, such as in another Marley standard turned into a number one hit by Eric Clapton , "I Shot the Sheriff". Reviewing in Christgau's Record Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventies , Robert Christgau wrote: "This is as perplexing as it is jubilant—sometimes gripping, sometimes slippery. It's reggae, obviously, but it's not mainstream reggae, certainly not rock or soul, maybe some kind of futuristic slow funk, War without the pseudo-jazz. What's inescapable is Bob Marley's ferocious gift for melodic propaganda. In , the album was ranked number on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the greatest albums of all time. In the album was added to the Library of Congress ' National Recording Registry for its historical and cultural significance. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Things moved fast in the music business of Still billed only as The Wailers, and still led by the three-man vocal front line of Bob Marley , Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer, the band was now moving through the gears with an increasing sense of mission. Although Catch A Fire had not been a hit, the response to it among tastemakers and early adopters had been overwhelming. Island Records supremo Chris Blackwell, who had begun his career selling records by Jamaican acts from the boot of his car to the expatriate community in Britain, knew a thing or two about this particular market and now scented something spectacular in the air. Catch A Fire had not only introduced the sinuous rhythmic charms of reggae music, but it had also alerted the world to the cry for justice of a poor and historically dispossessed people. It would be another year before Eric Clapton took his version of the song to No.
This morning I woke up in a curfew; O God, I was a prisoner, too - yeah! Could not recognize the faces standing over me; They were all dressed in uniforms of brutality. How many rivers do we have to cross, Before we can talk to the boss? All that we got, it seems we have lost; We must have really paid the cost. That's why we gonna be Burnin' and a-lootin' tonight; Say we gonna burn and loot Burnin' and a-lootin' tonight; One more thing Burnin' all pollution tonight; Oh, yeah, yeah Burnin' all illusion tonight. Oh, stop them!
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