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dawn says ...
buffalo soldier. at work we put on marley to relieve stress and feel like we're on vaca instead of in the office!!!
07/21/2010 12:21:12 PM CDT
Kurt Rowe says ...
"No Woman, No Cry" would be my favorite!
07/21/2010 12:59:38 PM CDT
lori madel says ...
I really enjoy listening to the tune of "kinky reggae", and my childrens' fav of Marley's is "three little birds"! God...how I wish that rastaman were still alive making music today!
07/21/2010 1:30:32 PM CDT
Belinda says ...
My favorite is the "Milkshake and potato chips" song. I like it because the name of the song really catches your eye, I mean who uses that for a song title. The song I feel has some underlining meaning that you have to look for. I really like that in a song. And the words are just great and this song is so unique.
07/21/2010 2:08:30 PM CDT
daniel. says ...
"Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)" is a great song because it talks about the release that music gives everyone in hard times.
07/21/2010 3:39:36 PM CDT
Ryan says ...
My personal favorite is "Waiting in Vain"...just such a great, great song. My new favorite, however, is "Three Little Birds" as my daughter and I love to dance around and sing to it. I try so hard to steer her to good music, but at 2 1/2, it's kind of difficult to weed out the bad messages. She's been on a steady diet of Bob and Putomayo and she already has an amazing appreciation for music. I'd love this set to contribute to that.
07/21/2010 4:20:12 PM CDT
J Ross says ...
Love Bob Marley. No Woman No Cry is a classic! Marley's music brings a smile to everyone and immediately makes you start swaying your body from left to right. Bob Marley's music just makes you feel like dancing whether you can or not!
07/21/2010 5:08:02 PM CDT
Stacy says ...
I Shot the Sheriff, great song.
07/21/2010 7:02:45 PM CDT
Lisa says ...
My all-time favorite is "Could you be Loved", but all Marley's songs are soulful and great.
07/21/2010 7:24:20 PM CDT
Karen says ...
My favorite is Three Little Birds.
07/21/2010 8:14:11 PM CDT
Alexis Marnel says ...
I always enjoyed Bob Marley but did not fully appreciate the scope of his genius until a few years ago. For some reason I have never fully paid attention to his lyrics and at a family Christmas party we put on a Bob Marley Cd and I was blown away as if it was the first time I ever heard his music. My favorite is "Buffalo Soldier" because it is a beautiful song that tells a heart breaking story of people of color fighting for their rights and the respect their history and legacy deserve.
07/21/2010 8:15:09 PM CDT
cindy says ...
no woman no cry!!!
07/21/2010 8:33:25 PM CDT
Patsy says ...
No Woman, No Cry (with I Shot the Sherrif a close second) - It's the sound track of my life that plays in my head when I walk along the beach around Tryall. There's something in the lyrics and the plaintive melody that so touches the soul...
07/21/2010 9:28:41 PM CDT
laurie adler says ...
So many to choose from but I would have to say Sun is Shining we love that song and makes us recall a favorite vacation. thanks Bob Marley for all the good music! my sons in their 20's love his music too.
07/22/2010 8:32:48 AM CDT
Victoria Charkut says ...
No Woman, No Cry. Hard to choose but that one really does it for me.
07/22/2010 8:40:34 AM CDT
Dusty says ...
Could this be love always makes me super happy. Makes you wanna dance...smiles
07/22/2010 9:23:30 AM CDT
caroline says ...
My favorite Bob Marley song is "Sun is Shining". I love the lyrics about starting a new day and being there for someone. The beat, the lyrics, always make me smile and dance (like all Bob Marley songs)
07/22/2010 9:32:12 AM CDT
Bossadude says ...
It's very difficult to pick one track because I dig them all but if I had to right now I'd pick "Roots, Rock, Reggae" from "Rastman Vibration" because it expresses how strongly he feels about the music because he know it is through this music that he is allowed to do what was most important to him which was not being a rock star, but spreading his message of freedom and love throughout the world. "Play I on the R&B, I want all my people to see". Unfortunately this never happened in America, which is what he really wanted, knowing how important it was to help facilitate getting his message out. If hehad been able to, as big as his name is around the world right now, it would be second to none and his message and music would be even more revered around the world than it is now.
07/22/2010 2:51:25 PM CDT
Wendy Prasad says ...
My favorite Bob Marley song is "Three Little Birds".
07/22/2010 3:31:09 PM CDT
Tricia Brown says ...
My favorite bob Marley song is stir it up
07/22/2010 8:12:15 PM CDT
Chris says ...
Time will tell is one of the greatest songs ever. REDEMPTION SONG a true classic
07/22/2010 8:31:01 PM CDT
Corrie says ...
"One love"-- that is the philosophy that I live by.
07/23/2010 6:44:29 AM CDT
SigiFerguson says ...
My fave is Exodus... and I can't really explain why...
07/23/2010 7:45:36 AM CDT
Andrea Stilwell says ...
"Is this Love" - my fave followed very closely by "Waiting in Vain".
07/23/2010 8:50:43 AM CDT
Maria says ...
3 Little Birds. "Don't worry 'bout a thing".....great music to start your day on a positive note!
07/23/2010 10:41:56 AM CDT

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