Yngwie J. Malmsteen

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Yngwie J. Malmsteen (born Lars Johan Yngve Lannerbäck, June 30, 1963) is a guitarist from Sweden who achieved widespread acclaim in the 1980s due to his technical proficiency and fusion of classical music elements with heavy rock guitar.

Born into a musical family in Stockholm on June 30, 1963, Malmsteen was exposed to classical music from an early age, and began playing guitar at the age of eight. Malmsteen was in his teens when he first encountered the music of the 19th-century violin virtuoso Niccolo Paganini, whom he cites as his biggest classical influence. Through his emulation of these pieces on guitar, Malmsteen developed a prodigious technical fluency. Malmsteen also cites Jimi Hendrix, Genesis, Uli Jon Roth, and Deep Purple as influences.

Yngwie's contributions to the evolution of modern rock guitar remain unique - his understanding of Paganini, Bach, et. al. is probably unparalleled in the rock world.

1980s

In late 1982 Malmsteen was brought to the USA by Mike Varney of Shrapnel Records who had heard a demo tape of Malmsteen's playing. He had brief engagements with the bands Steeler for their self-titled album of 1983, then Alcatrazz, For their debut No Parole From Rock N' Roll in 1983, plus a live album in 1984 titled Live Sentence. He left Alcatrazz in 1984 and was replaced by Steve Vai, after which he began his solo career.

Malmsteen released his first solo album "Rising Force" (winner of Guitar Player Magazine's Best Rock Album and nominated for a 1984 Grammy for Best Rock Instrumental) which achieved the impressive position of #60 on the Billboard album chart. This was followed by "Marching Out" (1985).

His third album Trilogy was released in 1986. In 1987 former Rainbow vocalist Joe Lynn Turner joined his band, and the following summer he released his fourth album Odyssey.

Odyssey would be his biggest hit album, mainly because of its first single "Heaven Tonight". Shows in Russia during the Odyssey tour were recorded, and released in 1989 as his fifth album Trial By Fire / Live In Leningrad. Not only was the concert in Leningrad the largest ever concert by a western artist in the Soviet Union, but subsequent Malmsteen record sales in Russia totalled 27 Million. Interestingly that is as many recordings as the Red Hot Chilli Peppers had sold in total by 2003, worldwide.

In late 1988, his signature series Fender Stratocaster was released, making him the second artist to have one made, after Eric Clapton.

Malmsteen's style was dubbed "Neoclassical" and it became somewhat popular during the mid 1980s, with notable contemporaries such as Paul Gilbert, Tony MacAlpine and Vinnie Moore appearing in Malmsteen's wake.

1990s

In the early 1990s he released the albums Eclipse (1990), The Yngwie Malmsteen Collection (1991), Fire and Ice (1992) and The Seventh Sign (1994).

Despite his early success, and continued success in Europe and Asia, by the early 1990s the gratuitous over-the-top stylings of 1980s heavy metal had become unfashionable in the USA. This was displaced by the Seattle grunge movement, where technical ability was replaced by basic, more emotional songs, and simpler chord progressions.

It is often argued that the grunge rock movement arose in part as a backlash to the overly technical hard rock inspired by Malmsteen and his contemporaries, which despite its often impressive technique was regarded by some as ponderous, overly complicated and for the average guitarist, frustratingly difficult to emulate.

In the 1990s, Malmsteen continued to record and release albums under the Japanese record label Pony Canyon, and maintained a devoted following in Europe and Japan, and to a lesser extent in the USA. In 2000, he once again acquired a contract with a US record label, Spitfire, and released his 1990s catalog into the US market for the first time, including what he regards as his masterpiece Concerto Suite for Electric Guitar and Orchestra, recorded with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in Prague.

2000s

In 2003, Malmsteen joined Joe Satriani and Steve Vai with whom he toured as part of the G3 "supergroup" web site (http://www.satriani.com/G3/).

Specialized guitar

Aside from technical prowess, distinctions of Malmsteen's guitar style include a wide, violin-like vibrato (inspired by classical violinists), almost exclusive use of Fender Stratocaster guitars, and use of minor scales and minor modes such as Phrygian, Aeolian and Harmonic Minor. Malmsteen cites the Fender Stratocaster and the single coil pickups (of which he uses his own personal custom design by Di Marzio) as a large part of his sound. Fender manufactures a Malmsteen signature model Stratocaster based accurately upon this combination.

The guitars he uses are instantly recognisable by the scalloped neck. Similar to a regular guitar neck, but with wood 'scalloped' or scooped away to form concave shaped in between the frets, of which are very large. Malmsteen coined this design from the days when he worked in a music store in Stockholm Sweden and came across a 16th century Lute with a scalloped neck using the raised wood as frets.

Criticism

Although initially regarded with respect by the musical fraternity, his technical proficiency led to a both jealousy and bitterness from less-talented performers in the musical world. His technical ability is, by any standard, remarkable.

Note that despite his impressive technique, some find Malmsteen's recordings repetitive or even boring. A review of 1988's Odyssey notes "little difference in approach from his previous output, lending credence to critics' charges that Malmsteen plays with mindless technique at the expense of substance, fire, and emotion." [1] (http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&token=&sql=10:bauk6j3h71q0)

Malmsteen has been criticized for a musical style that focuses more on showing his own technical prowess than on substance. However it should be noted that by the use of modal progressions not widely used in rock and his classical influence he was able to revolutionise rock guitar. Although the reversion to basic pentatonic and blues type riffs in modern rock is prevalent, those who still employ technical playing are playing in the genre that guitarists such as Malmsteen revolutionised. Some of the lyrics employed in some of Malmsteen's songs have been questioned as commercial or 'cheesy' but often this was just a tool for more exposure and radio play to showcase the technical mastery of his guitar playing. Perhaps some of his instrumental passages like 'Sorrow' and 'Far beyond the Sun' tracks devoid of lyrics, were his finest hour.

Discography

  • Rising Force (1984)
  • Marching Out (1985)
  • Trilogy (1986)
  • Odyssey (1988)
  • Trial By Fire: Live in Leningrad (1989)
  • Eclipse (1990)
  • Collection (1991)
  • Fire and Ice (1992)
  • The Seventh Sign (1994)
  • Magnum Opus (1995)
  • Inspiration (1996)
  • Facing the Animal (1997)
  • LIVE! (1998)
  • Concerto Suite for Electric Guitar and Orchestra in Em, Opus 1 (1998)
  • Alchemy (1999)
  • War to End All Wars (2000)
  • Concerto Suite LIVE (2002)
  • Attack!! (2002)
  • Unleash The Fury (2005)

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Perhaps some of his instrumental passages like 'Sorrow' and 'Far beyond the Sun' tracks devoid of lyrics, were his finest hour. Rebel Music: The Bob Marley Story. Some of the lyrics employed in some of Malmsteen's songs have been questioned as commercial or 'cheesy' but often this was just a tool for more exposure and radio play to showcase the technical mastery of his guitar playing. Owl Books (NY), 1998. Although the reversion to basic pentatonic and blues type riffs in modern rock is prevalent, those who still employ technical playing are playing in the genre that guitarists such as Malmsteen revolutionised. Catch a Fire: The Life of Bob Marley. Malmsteen has been criticized for a musical style that focuses more on showing his own technical prowess than on substance. However it should be noted that by the use of modal progressions not widely used in rock and his classical influence he was able to revolutionise rock guitar. Timothy White.

A review of 1988's Odyssey notes "little difference in approach from his previous output, lending credence to critics' charges that Malmsteen plays with mindless technique at the expense of substance, fire, and emotion." [1] (http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&token=&sql=10:bauk6j3h71q0). The birthday celebrations for what would have been his 60th birthday on February 6th 2005 were celebrated in Shashamane for the first time, having previously always been held in Jamaica. Note that despite his impressive technique, some find Malmsteen's recordings repetitive or even boring. In announcing the decision to move Marley's remains to Ethiopia, Rita Marley said: "Bob's whole life is about Africa, it is not Jamaica." There is as lot of resistance to this proposal in Jamaica. His technical ability is, by any standard, remarkable.
In January 2005, it was reported (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/4168883.stm) that Rita Marley is planning to have her late husband's remains exhumed and reburied in Shashamane, Ethiopia. Although initially regarded with respect by the musical fraternity, his technical proficiency led to a both jealousy and bitterness from less-talented performers in the musical world. Bob Marley's music and legend have gone from strength to strength in the years since his early death and continues to produce a huge stream of revenue for his estate, and has brought him nearly mythic status in music history similar to that of Elvis Presley and John Lennon.He is enormously popular and well known all over the world, and particularly so in Africa.

Malmsteen coined this design from the days when he worked in a music store in Stockholm Sweden and came across a 16th century Lute with a scalloped neck using the raised wood as frets. He is buried in a crypt at Nine Miles, near his birthplace. Similar to a regular guitar neck, but with wood 'scalloped' or scooped away to form concave shaped in between the frets, of which are very large. His funeral in Jamaica was a dignified affair with combined elements of Ethiopian Orthodoxy and Rastafarianism. The guitars he uses are instantly recognisable by the scalloped neck. He passed away at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Miami, Florida on May 11, 1981. Fender manufactures a Malmsteen signature model Stratocaster based accurately upon this combination. He wanted to spend his final days in Jamaica but he became too ill on the flight home from Germany and had to land in Miami.

Malmsteen cites the Fender Stratocaster and the single coil pickups (of which he uses his own personal custom design by Di Marzio) as a large part of his sound. A month before his death, he was awarded Jamaica's Order of Merit. Aside from technical prowess, distinctions of Malmsteen's guitar style include a wide, violin-like vibrato (inspired by classical violinists), almost exclusive use of Fender Stratocaster guitars, and use of minor scales and minor modes such as Phrygian, Aeolian and Harmonic Minor. Marley sought help, and decided to go to Munich in order to receive treatment from controversial cancer specialist Josef Issels for several months, but it was to no avail. In 2003, Malmsteen joined Joe Satriani and Steve Vai with whom he toured as part of the G3 "supergroup" web site (http://www.satriani.com/G3/). The illness made him unable to continue with the large tour planned. In 2000, he once again acquired a contract with a US record label, Spitfire, and released his 1990s catalog into the US market for the first time, including what he regards as his masterpiece Concerto Suite for Electric Guitar and Orchestra, recorded with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in Prague. This was after a series of shows in England and at Madison Square Garden.

In the 1990s, Malmsteen continued to record and release albums under the Japanese record label Pony Canyon, and maintained a devoted following in Europe and Japan, and to a lesser extent in the USA. While on tour in the summer of 1980 trying to break into the US market, he collapsed jogging in NYC's Central Park. It is often argued that the grunge rock movement arose in part as a backlash to the overly technical hard rock inspired by Malmsteen and his contemporaries, which despite its often impressive technique was regarded by some as ponderous, overly complicated and for the average guitarist, frustratingly difficult to emulate. The cancer spread to his brain, his lungs and his stomach. This was displaced by the Seattle grunge movement, where technical ability was replaced by basic, more emotional songs, and simpler chord progressions. The cancer was kept a secret from the wider public. Despite his early success, and continued success in Europe and Asia, by the early 1990s the gratuitous over-the-top stylings of 1980s heavy metal had become unfashionable in the USA. I and I don't allow a mon ta be dismantled." [Catch a Fire, Timothy White] He did have surgery to try to excise the cancer cells.

In the early 1990s he released the albums Eclipse (1990), The Yngwie Malmsteen Collection (1991), Fire and Ice (1992) and The Seventh Sign (1994). Still, Marley based this refusal on his Rastafarian beliefs, saying, "Rasta no abide amputation. Malmsteen's style was dubbed "Neoclassical" and it became somewhat popular during the mid 1980s, with notable contemporaries such as Paul Gilbert, Tony MacAlpine and Vinnie Moore appearing in Malmsteen's wake. He also was concerned about the impact the operation would have on his dancing; amputation would profoundly affect his career at a time when greater success was close at hand. In late 1988, his signature series Fender Stratocaster was released, making him the second artist to have one made, after Eric Clapton. He was advised to get his toe amputated, but he refused because of the Rastafarian belief that doctors are samfai, confidence men who cheat the gullible by pretending to have the power of witchcraft. Not only was the concert in Leningrad the largest ever concert by a western artist in the Soviet Union, but subsequent Malmsteen record sales in Russia totalled 27 Million. Interestingly that is as many recordings as the Red Hot Chilli Peppers had sold in total by 2003, worldwide. Marley actually had a form of skin cancer, malignant melanoma, which grew under his toenail.

Shows in Russia during the Odyssey tour were recorded, and released in 1989 as his fifth album Trial By Fire / Live In Leningrad. It was then that the correct diagnosis was made. Odyssey would be his biggest hit album, mainly because of its first single "Heaven Tonight". The wound would not completely heal, and his toenail later fell off during a soccer game. In 1987 former Rainbow vocalist Joe Lynn Turner joined his band, and the following summer he released his fourth album Odyssey. In July 1977, Marley was found to have a wound on his right big toe, which he thought was from a soccer injury. His third album Trilogy was released in 1986. He released "Africa Unite" on the Survival album in 1979, and was then invited to perform at the Zimbabwe Independence Day celebrations on April 17th 1980.

This was followed by "Marching Out" (1985). Bob Marley left Jamaica at the end of 1976, and went to England, where he recorded both Exodus and Kaya, and where he was famously arrested for possession of a joint of marijuana. Malmsteen released his first solo album "Rising Force" (winner of Guitar Player Magazine's Best Rock Album and nominated for a 1984 Grammy for Best Rock Instrumental) which achieved the impressive position of #60 on the Billboard album chart. Though the police never caught the gunmen, Marley devotees later "caught up" with them on the streets of Kingston. He left Alcatrazz in 1984 and was replaced by Steve Vai, after which he began his solo career. However, there is little evidence to support this. He had brief engagements with the bands Steeler for their self-titled album of 1983, then Alcatrazz, For their debut No Parole From Rock N' Roll in 1983, plus a live album in 1984 titled Live Sentence. It is widely held that he was shot by supporters of the conservative political party of Jamaica, the Jamaica Labour Party.

In late 1982 Malmsteen was brought to the USA by Mike Varney of Shrapnel Records who had heard a demo tape of Malmsteen's playing. The concert was seen as being in support of the progressive prime minister of Jamaica, Michael Manley. is probably unparalleled in the rock world. Jamaican politics being somewhat violent at the time, especially when close to elections time as it was then. al. It is generally believed that this shooting was politically motivated. Yngwie's contributions to the evolution of modern rock guitar remain unique - his understanding of Paganini, Bach, et. Rita also recovered of the head wound she received that night.

Malmsteen also cites Jimi Hendrix, Genesis, Uli Jon Roth, and Deep Purple as influences. He was registered in serious condition after he was rushed to the hospital but fully recovered later. Through his emulation of these pieces on guitar, Malmsteen developed a prodigious technical fluency. Don Taylor took most of the bullets in his legs and torso as he accidentally walked in the line of fire. Malmsteen was in his teens when he first encountered the music of the 19th-century violin virtuoso Niccolo Paganini, whom he cites as his biggest classical influence. Marley received minor injuries in the arm and chest. Born into a musical family in Stockholm on June 30, 1963, Malmsteen was exposed to classical music from an early age, and began playing guitar at the age of eight. In 1976, just two days before a scheduled free concert that Marley and the then Jamaican PM Michael Manley had organized in the run up to the general election, Marley, his wife Rita and manager Don Taylor, were shot inside the star's 56 Hope Road home.

Malmsteen (born Lars Johan Yngve Lannerbäck, June 30, 1963) is a guitarist from Sweden who achieved widespread acclaim in the 1980s due to his technical proficiency and fusion of classical music elements with heavy rock guitar. It was his 1975 hit No woman, no cry that first gained him fame on a wider level. Yngwie J. Though many people believe that Blackwell interfered with what Marley wanted to do with his own music, others think that the knowledge this producer brought to the scene was critical in Marley's wish to bring reggae to the world. Unleash The Fury (2005). Island Records boasted a retinue of successful and diverse artists including Genesis, John Martyn and Nick Drake. Attack!! (2002). He signed to Chris Blackwell's Island Records label in 1971, at the time a highly influential and innovative label.

Concerto Suite LIVE (2002). Marley's work was largely responsible for the mainstream cultural acceptance of reggae music outside of Jamaica. War to End All Wars (2000). They did work together again in London, though, and remained friends until Marley's death. Alchemy (1999). This pair also split apart, this time over the assignment of recording rights. Concerto Suite for Electric Guitar and Orchestra in Em, Opus 1 (1998). That relationship later deteriorated due to financial pressure, and in the early 1970s he produced what is believed by many to be his finest work with Lee Perry.

LIVE! (1998). Much of Marley's early work was produced by Coxsone Dodd at Studio One. Facing the Animal (1997). Livingstone and Tosh later left the group and went on to become successful solo artists. Inspiration (1996). Marley is perhaps best-known for work with his reggae group "The Wailers", which included two other celebrated reggae musicians, Bunny Wailer and Peter Tosh. Magnum Opus (1995). Marley started his musical experimentation in ska and gravitated towards reggae as the music evolved, playing, teaching and singing for a long period in the 1970s and 1980s.

The Seventh Sign (1994). As a person of mixed race, Bob Marley may have been rejected and even the object of bitter ridicule by both white and black Jamaicans for his mixed heritage. Fire and Ice (1992). Norval never really knew his son because of the white upper class' disdain for mixed race relationships. Collection (1991). Approximately a week before the wedding, however, Norval informed Cedella that his chronic hernia had begun to trouble him and as a result he would be changing jobs and moving to Kingston. Eclipse (1990). Cedella and Norval were to be married on June 9th, 1944.

Trial By Fire: Live in Leningrad (1989). Bob Marley was born on February 6, 1945 in Jamaica to Norval Marley, a middle-aged white plantation overseer from England, and Cedella Booker, a black teenager from the north country. Odyssey (1988). Marley also makes many references to Judah and his tribe, in reference to Haile Selassie, God incarnate of the Rastafarians. Trilogy (1986). The tribe of Joseph is Aquarius. Marching Out (1985). Marley was known to have connections with the Twelve Tribes of Israel sect of Rastafari, and he expressed this with a biblical quote about Joseph, son of Jacob on the album cover of Rastaman Vibration.

Rising Force (1984). On the cover of Catch a Fire he is seen smoking a big spliff, and the spiritual use of cannabis is mentioned in many of his songs. As a Rasta, Bob Marley was a great defender of cannabis which he used as a sacrament. Towards the end of his life he was also baptised into the Ethiopian Orthodox Church with the name Berhane Selassie. Through his music he preached brotherhood and peace for all of mankind.

He served as a de facto missionary for the faith (his actions and lyrics suggest that this was intentional) and brought it to global attention. It was his wife Rita who first inspired him in his faith, and he then received teachings from Mortimer Planner. Marley was well known for his devotion to the Rastafarian religion. Another of his sons Damien Marley (aka "Jr Gong") has also started a career in music.

She had 4 of his 9 children, including David Ziggy Marley and Stephen Marley who continue their father's musical legacy in their band the Melody Makers. He was the husband of Rita Anderson Marley (who was one of the I Threes, who acted as the Wailers' back up singers after they became a global act). He has been called the Charles Wesley of the Rastafarian faith for the way he spread Rastafari through his music. Much of his work deals with the struggles of the impoverished and/or powerless.

He is the best known reggae musician of all time, famous for popularising the genre outside of Jamaica. Robert Nesta Marley (February 6, 1945 - May 11, 1981), better known as Bob Marley, was a singer, guitarist, songwriter from the ghettos of Jamaica. Christian site critical of Marley's Rasta beliefs (http://www.av1611.org/crock/pod_rast.html). Bob Marley Forever - Posters, Shirts, Books, Lyrics and more (http://www.bobmarleyforever.com).

Family tree of Bob Marley (http://hem.passagen.se/ielbo/wail/wailerft.htm). Lovers and Children of the Natural Mystic: The Story of Bob Marley, Women and their Children  (http://debate.uvm.edu/dreadlibrary/dixon.html). www.bobmarley.com. On October 4, 1963, Haile Selassie addressed the United Nations with his famous peace speech (http://www.bobmarley.com/life/rastafari/war_speech.html) from which Bob Marley made the song 'War'.

Bob Marley (http://us.imdb.com/name/nm0002490/) at the Internet Movie Database. Bob Marley Lyrics (http://lyrics.rare-lyrics.com/B/Bob-Marley.html). Bob Marley Lyrics (http://www.jamaicalyrics.com.ar/index.php?mod=search&type=0&find=bob+marley). Bob Marley at 60, what's planned? (http://www.tributetobobmarley.com/).

Download sample of "Redemption Song". "Rastaman Live Up". "I Know". "Stiff Necked Fools".

"Trench Town". "Blackman Redemption". "Give Thanks & Praises". "Mix Up, Mix Up".

"Jump Nyabingi". "Buffalo Soldier". Confrontation (1983)

    . "Reggae On Broadway" (earlier single (by CBS)).

    Chances Are (1981)

      . "Redemption Song". "Forever Loving Jah". "Could You Be Loved".

      "Pimper's Paradise". "Zion Train". "Work". "We And Them".

      "Bad Card". "Real Situation". "Coming In From The Cold". Uprising (1980)

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        "Wake Up And Live". "Ambush In The Night". "Ride Natty Ride". "One Drop".

        "Africa Unite". "Survival". "Babylon System". "Top Rankin'".

        "Zimbabwe". "So Much Trouble In The World". Survival (1979)

          . "Jamming".

          "Heathen". "Is This Love". "War/No More Trouble". "Rebel Music".

          "Lively Up Yourself". "Kinky Reggae". "Concrete Jungle". "Rat Race".

          "Stir It Up". "Exodus". "Punky Reggae Party". "Positive Vibration".

          Babylon by Bus (1978)

            . "Time Will Tell". "Running Away". "Crisis".

            "Misty Morning". "She's Gone". "Satisfy My Soul". "Sun Is Shining".

            "Is This Love". "Kaya". "Easy Skanking". Kaya (1978)

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              "Get Ready". "One Love/People". "Three Little Birds". "Turn Your Lights Down Low".

              "Waiting In Vain". "Jamming". "Exodus". "The Heatrhen".

              "Guiltiness". "So Much Things To Say". "Natural Mystic". Exodus (1977)

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                "Rat Race". "War". "Night Shift". "Who The Cap Fit".

                "Crazy Baldhead". "Want More". "Cry To Me". "Johnny Was".

                "Roots, Rock, Reggae". "Positive Vibration". Rastaman Vibration (1976)

                  . "Get Up Stand Up".

                  "I Shot the Sheriff". "No Woman No Cry". "Lively Up Yourself". "Them Belly Full".

                  "Burnin' & Lootin'". "Trenchtown Rock ". Live! (1975) - recorded at The Lyceum theatre, London

                    . "Revolution".

                    "Talking blues". "Bend Down Low". "Natty Dread". "So Jah Seh".

                    "Rebel Music (Three O'clock Roadblock)". "Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)". "No Woman No Cry". "Lively Up Yourself".

                    Natty Dread (1974)

                      . "Rasta Man Chant". "One Foundation". "Duppy Conqueror".

                      "Pass It On". "Small Axe". "Put It On". "Burnin' and Lootin'".

                      "I Shot The Sheriff". "Hallelujah Time". "Get Up, Stand Up". Burnin' (1973)

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                        "Trench Town Rock". "Small Axe". African Herbsman (1973)

                          . "Midnight Ravers".

                          "No More Trouble". "Kinky Reggae". "Stir It Up". "Baby We've Got A Date (Rock It Baby)".

                          "Stop That Train". "400 Years". "Slave Driver". "Concrete Jungle".

                          Catch a Fire (1973)

                            . Simmer Down (1964) (Single). Judge Not (1961) (Single). February 2001 - Awarded Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

                            February 2001 - A star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. 1999 - Album of the Century (Time Magazine) for Exodus). February 1981 - Awarded Jamaica's highest honor, the Order of Merit. June 1978 - Awarded the Peace Medal of the Third World from the United Nations.

                            1976 - Band of the Year (Rolling Stone). [1] (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/4225239.stm). Bob Marley birthday celebrations marked by dispute over possible reburial.

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