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Exodus: Live at the Rainbow

Bob Marley & the Wailers

Year: 2017

Runtime: 01:11:01

Bob Marley and The Wailers came to London's Rainbow Threatre in the summer of 1977. The Exodus album was riding the British Charts. The band's potent, magical music was everywhere; on the airwaves, the jukeboxes, the sound systems, hi-fi's. Bob Marley was one of the most evocative and charismatic performers of the Seventies, an artist whose songs have now worked their way into the very fabric of our times.

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