Roger Steffens and his writing partner on the Wailers, Leroy Jodie Pierson,
have compiled the following chronological Marley recording list, based on their
forthcoming book "Bob Marley and the Wailers: The Definitive Discography."
(back one page) The following list most likely contains songs that you haven't heard of until now. Yes, even you afficianados will learn something new here. Let's start at the beginning... 1962 [The following are Leslie Kong productions for his Beverley's label] as Robert Marley Do You Still Love Me Judge Not as Bobby Martell One Cup Of Coffee Terror [unreleased] 1963 [all productions from 1963 through mid-1966 are by Clement Dodd, better known as "Sir Coxson" Dodd, for his own Studio One labels] Christmas Is Here Climb The Ladder Destiny Do You Remember I Don't Need Your Love I'm Going Home Mr. Talkative Simmer Down Straight and Narrow Tell Them Lord Your Love 1964 Amen Dance With Me Don't Ever Leave Me Donna Go Jimmy Go Habits Hoot Nanny Hoot I Made A Mistake I Need You It Hurts To Be Alone Lonesome Feelings Love Won't Be Mine This Way Maga Dog Nobody Knows Oh My Darling Teenager In Love There She Goes True Confessions Where Will I Find Wings Of A Dove 1965 And I Love Her Another Dance Cry To Me Diamond Baby Do It Right Do You Feel The Same Way Too Good Good Rudie Guajira Ska Hooligans I Left My Sins I'm Gonna Put It On I'm Still Waiting Jumbie Jamboree Just In Time Let The Lord Be Seen In You Lonesome Track Love And Affection One Love Playboy Rude Boy Shame and Scandal Ska Jerk Somewhere To Lay My Head Ten Commandments of Love The Jerk This Train Wages of Love What's New Pussycat Where Is My Mother Where's The Girl For Me White Christmas 1966 [The following recordings were made without Bob Marley, who was in America from February through October 1966. Constantine "Dream" "Vision" Walker, Rita Marley's cousin and member of her group the Soulettes, replaced Bob during this period.] Blowing In The Wind Can't You See Dancing Shoes Don't Look Back Dreamland He Who Feels It Knows It I Need You I Stand Predominate Jerking Time Lemon Tree Let Him Go Little Boy Blue Making Love Rasta Shook Them Up Rock Sweet Rock Rolling Stone Sentimental Journey Sinner Man Sunday Morning The Toughest Treat Me Good What Am I Supposed To Do When The Well Runs Dry [At the end of 1966, Bob returned from working a factory night-shift job in Delaware, with enough money to start the Wailers' first self-controlled company to produce and distribute their own compositions. They called their nascent label Wail'n Soul'm, and their logo showed three hands in a triangular embrace, an image that is used to this day. From here onward, the Wailers worked with producers like Lee Perry and Leslie Kong, but the majority of their music was self-produced.] Bend Down Low Freedom Time 1967 [The following are Wailers' self-productions] Bus Dem Shut Funeral Hammer Hypocrites Lyrical Satyrical Mellow Mood Nice Time Pound Get A Stir It Up Thank You Lord This Train 1968 Chances Are Dem A Fi Get A Beatin' Don't Rock My Boat Fire Fire I'm Hurting Inside Play Play Play Stepping Razor The Lord Will Make A Way [The following are productions by Arthur Jenkins and Joe Venneri (primarily) for Johnny Nash and Danny Sims. The dating is approximate, as no productions notes have been discovered to verify exact dates.] Bend Down Low Chances Are Fallin' In And Out Of Love Gonna Get You Hammer How Many Times It Hurts To Be Alone Lonely Girl Lonesome Feelings Mellow Mood Milk Shake and Potato Chips Nice Time Put It On Rock Steady Soul Almighty Soul Rebel Splish For My Splash Stay With Me Stranger On The Shore The World Is Changing There She Goes Touch Me Treat You right What Goes Around Comes Around You Think I Have No Feelings You Say I Have No Feelings [alt. vers.] [The following are Mortimo Planno productions] A Little Prayer Selassie Is The Chapel 1969 [The following are Wailers self-productions] Feel Alright Rhythm Tread Oh [The following are productions by Ted Powder] Adam And Eve Thank You Lord This Train Wisdom 1970 [The following are Leslie Kong productions] Baby Baby Come Home Back Out Can't You See Caution Cheer Up Do It Twice Go Tell It On The Mountain Soon Come Sophisticated Psychedelication Soul Captives Soul Shake Down Party Stop The Train [The following are Wailers self-productions] Black Progress Comma Comma Hold On To This Feeling Oppressor Man The Letter Trouble Dub Trouble On The Road Again [The following are Randy's productions] Sugar Sugar Field Marshall No Parshall Hold On To This Feeling (Bob & Rita) [The following are productions by Lee "Scratch" Perry, the Upsetter, uniting Bob for the first time with the core of the band that would be with him for the rest of his career. They were Scratch's rhythm section: Aston "Family Man" Barrett on bass, and his brother Carlton on drums, abetted by Alva "Reggie" Lewis on guitar and Glen Adams on keyboards.] 400 Years Axe Man Corner Stone Duppy Conqueror It's Alright Jah Is Mighty Long Long Winter Man To Man My Cup No Sympathy No Water Picture On The Wall (w/Carl Dawkins) Put It On Reaction Rebel's Hop Run For Cover Shocks Of Mighty Small Axe Soul Almighty Soul Rebel Try Me [The following are Bunny Lee productions] Mr. Chatterbox No Love [The following is a Wailers' self-production] High Tide Or Low Tide 1971 [The following are Lee Perry Productions] African Herbsman All In One Brainwashing Brand New Secondhand Downpressor Dreamland Fussing and Fighting In The Iway Kaya Keep On Moving Keep On Skanking Memphis Riding High Stand Alone Turn Me Loose Who Is Mister Brown [The following are joint productions of Lee Perry and the Wailers] Don't Rock My Boat I Like It Like This Love Light Send Me That Love Sun Is Shining [The following are Wailers' self-productions] Back Biter Concrete Jungle Craven Choke Puppy Guava Jelly Hammer How Many Times I'm Still Wailing It Hurts To Be Alone Lick Samba Lively Up Yourself Music Lesson Redder Than Red Rocking Steady Satisfy My Soul Babe Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah Screw Face Trench Town Rock Why Should I [The following are Johnny Nash productions] Dance Do The Reggae I'm Hurting Inside Oh Lord I Got To Get There Reggae On Broadway 1972 [The following are Wailers' self-productions] 400 Years All Day All Night Concrete Jungle Kinky Reggae Midnight Ravers No More Trouble Pass It On Rock It Babe Slave Driver Stir It Up Stop That Train 1973 [The following are Wailers' self-productions] Burnin' & Lootin' Duppy Conqueror Get Up Stand Up Hallelujah Time I Shot The Sheriff Iron Lion Zion No Sympathy One Foundation Pass It On Put It On Rastaman Chant Reincarnated Soul Small Axe 1974 [From here forward, all Wailers productions are of the Bob Marley solo-led group] Am A Do Belly Full Bend Down Low Knotty Dread Lively Up Yourself Rebel Music Revolution Road Block So Jah Seh Talking Blues 1975 [The following are Wailers self-productions] Crazy Baldhead Cry To me I Know Johnny Was Night Shift Positive Vibration Rat Race Roots, Rock, Reggae Want More War Who The Cap Fit [The following is a joint Lee Perry/Wailers production] Jah Live 1976 [The following is a joint Lee Perry/Wailers production] Smile Jamaica (Parts One and Two) 1977 [The following are Lee Perry productions] Who Colt The Game (unissued) I Know A Place Where We Can Carry On (unissued) Keep On Moving Natural Mystic Punky Reggae Party Rainbow Country [The following are Wailers' self-productions] Crisis Easy Skanking Every Need Got An Ego To Feed Exodus Guiltiness Is This Love Jamming Kaya Misty Morning Natural Mystic One Love/People Get Ready Roots Running Away Satisfy My Soul She's Gone So Much Things To Say Sun Is Shining The Heathen Three Little Birds Time Will Tell Turn Your Lights Down Low Waiting In Vain 1978 [No studio activity as Bob toured the world and completed the building of his own Tuff Gong Studio at 56 Hope Road in Kingston, Jamaica] 1979 [The following are Bob Marley and the Wailers productions] Africa Unite Ambush Babylon System Mix Up Mix Up One Drop Ride Natty Ride So Much Trouble In The World Survival Top Rankin' Wake Up And Live Zimbabwe [The following are Bob Marley/Lee Perry productions] Blackman Redemption Rastaman Live Up 1980 [The following are Bob Marley and the Wailers productions beginning in late 1979 and continuing into the early part of 1980 Bad Card Coming In From The Cold Could You Be Loved Forever Loving Jah Give Thanks And Praises Pimper's Paradise Real Situation Redemption Song Trench Town We And Them Work Zion Train [The following is a King Sporty Production] Buffalo Soldier NOTE: Ras Rojah is working on an update to this list. As you know, Bob Marley music continues to come out on CD in the form of remixes and lost treasures, including the 2001 series of Island/Universal rereleases of the entire Island catalog. [To Be Continued] return