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yamman93  
20 May 2009 04:07 | Quote
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Bob Marley. He is one of the most important guitar players of all times he has had many hits such as "I Shot the Sherrif ." What do you think
http://www.song-list.net/bobmarley/adamandeve/tracks
Teeman21  
20 May 2009 18:51 | Quote
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Ozzfan486  
20 May 2009 19:53 | Quote
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Flipping him off? Not too swift being that you have Marley on your fav bands on your profile.
patleh  
20 May 2009 22:27 | Quote
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i don't like him i think his songs all sound the same n i think they'er boring but thats just me.
morphdusseldorf  
21 May 2009 00:24 | Quote
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patleh you have obviously never LISTENED to bob marley then.
league  
21 May 2009 01:58 | Quote
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Bob Marley's guitar solos were great. His lyrics are also among the best of any I've heard.
brodyxhollow  
21 May 2009 07:42 | Quote
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ill admit that this thread is kind of pointless, and probably about thirty years too late. but bob marley is the MAN.

saying his songs all sound the same is like taking a few glances at different books and saying they all have the same plot. you have to understand that the style of music he played, was fitting for his time and location. reggae is a vast and unique genre of music, and bob marley was one of the principal innovators of the style. i'll admit, bob marley is an acquired taste, it took me some time to get into him, but he has such a groove to his style. he's definitely one of the most influential guitar players to have ever existed, and his lyrics have meanings that a lot of modern artists have trouble providing.
CacophonyJackson  
21 May 2009 18:24 | Quote
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R.I.P. Bob.
One of the most influential musicians I've ever heard and loved. I've seen The Wailers live and it was the second best show I've ever been to. I wish Bob could have been there but in spirit he was and I'll see them the next time they come to town and the next time. I could never get tired of his songs that "sound the same", because they inspire me and my dub raggae band would most likely not exist if not for him. His music literally changed my life.
Crunch  
21 May 2009 19:50 | Quote
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Alright, I dig Bob Marley.
brodyxhollow  
21 May 2009 21:10 | Quote
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amongst all, he's a global icon. one love.
telecrater  
21 May 2009 23:08 | Quote
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It's not very often that you have an artist or musican that defines a musician genre. Bob Marley does that.

If a kid walks up to me on the street and ask's wat is reggae or ska I would hand him (or tell him to download it him self) some Marley tunes.

shredguitar17  
22 May 2009 04:16 | Quote
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"The tears in my eyes burn while im waiting while im waiting for my turn!"-Bob Marley

"Waiting in Vein" Relates to a girl I know. That song hits me deeper than any other song ive EVER HEARD. Something about the lyrics just hits it perfectly.
brodyxhollow  
22 May 2009 08:42 | Quote
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In this great future you can't forget your past
soy.el.che  
22 May 2009 23:51 | Quote
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i dont look at him like a great guitar player, that space is designed for guys like hendrix, page, morello, etc. but he was indeed one of the best reggae exposers all-time, and thats without taking care of lookin at the public figure he was, and the messages his songs gave to the world. a freedom seeker.
besides he smoked pot.
Crunch  
23 May 2009 00:28 | Quote
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His musical, political, and social impact seemed to be combined into one entity. I think that's why he's such a huge figure in global culture.
brodyxhollow  
23 May 2009 07:15 | Quote
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yeah, but bob marley was a great guitar player, you have to remember that. people don't often look at him as a guitar player, but he was, and he was incredible at it. he could do twenty minute solos just as easy as hendrix.

and to put morello in that list before marley doesnt seem fair. there's no comparison between the styles, though morello took influence from bob marley.

EDIT: Reviewing my previous posts, I'm beginning to wonder if I'm a little biased. I think it's safe to say I'm a Bob Marley fan.


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