I have included here a re-up of this great show from the 1976 UK tour. The performance took place at the Great Hall, University of Exeter on June 24, 1976. The show was released as an official recording titled ‘That Rasta Feeling’ by the Italian House Records label in 1994 More about this blistering performance HERE.
The performance was also captured on video!
Bob Marley and the Wailers
The Exeter Club, London, UK
June 24, 1976
Source: Ex Stereo Soundboard Recording
Lineage: Home Records (HR 5991 – 5) Boot 1CD > EAC > FLAC
01: Trenchtown Rock
02: Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)
03: Rebel Music (3 O’clock Roadblock)
04: I Shot The Sheriff
05: Crazy Baldhead
06: Want More
07: No Woman, No Cry
08: Lively Up Yourself
09: Kinky Reggae
10: Positive Vibration
11: Rat Race
12: War / No More Trouble
13: Get Up, Stand Up
Yes! the one of the best sounding shows! CD and Video are in my collection, this is one of the shows that should be released as a gift for the Fans.
Thanks for sharing…
Who is the lead guitarist? Anderson?
Bob was playing that evening with 2 lead guitarplayers!!
June 24, 1976
* Venue: Great Hall, University of Exeter
* City: Exeter
* State/Province: Devon
* Country: England
* People in attendance: +/- 1.400
* Recording Source Soundboard / Video
* Bob Marley, vocals, rhythm guitar
* Aston Barrett, bass
* Carlton Barrett, drums
* Donald Kinsey, lead guitar
* Earl Smith Smith, lead guitar
* Tyrone Downie, keyboards
* Alvin Patterson, percussion
* The I-Threes, backing vocals
The DOWNLOAD LOSSLESS (FLAC) AUDIO link is actually to a RAR which has the gig as single files in 2 formats: AAC & m4a, not FLAC, but thanks anyway
Guitarists were Chinna and Donald Kinsey. Both toured with Bob on the 1976 tour.
As you correctly say here, this concert was at the Great Hall of Exeter Uniiversity, about 200 miles from London. Please correct the other parts of the blog which talk about an Exeter Club in London.
I was there doing security and met Bob… for about 15 seconds!