Bob Marley fans can experience another offering in the form of an official release of his historic performance on the 23rd of September 1980, at the Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh, PA. What also makes it a historical recording? This is Bob’s last live recording and last concert. This was right after the “Uprising European Tour,” and performances at the Madison Square Gardens in NY.
This new release is a double CD and includes live performances of classics like “Jamming,” “No Woman No Cry,” and “Positive Vibration,” to mention a few. In fact, the whole album is loaded with classics and an anointed performance.
“Bob’s music has always conveyed a message of hope, unity and love. It has brought countless people together as it did that night 30 years ago in Pittsburgh. To hear that music today and to be able to share it with a new generation shows that Bob is as relevant today as he was 30 years ago,” says Rita Marley.
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