Editors’ Notes Bob Marley was already a rising star in Jamaica when Catch a Fire took his name around the globe. This 1973 album mixed street-level views of Kingston life with stunning melodic sensibilities, and the blends of sounds and harmonies began to register with mainstream rock audiences. From the plaintive reportage of “Concrete Jungle” to the youth rallying cry of “400 Years” to the poppy drone of “Stir It Up,” Marley, along with fellow Wailers Bunny Marley and Peter Tosh, created a masterpiece with unyielding staying power.

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Concrete Jungle (Jamaican Version)
1
4:13
 
Stir It Up (Jamaican Version)
2
3:37
 
High Tide Or Low Tide (Jamaican Version)
3
4:42
 
Stop That Train (Jamaican Version)
4
3:53
 
400 Years (Jamaican Version)
5
3:00
 
Baby We've Got A Date (Rock It Baby) [Jamaican Version]
6
4:03
 
Midnight Ravers (Jamaican Version)
7
5:06
 
All Day All Night (Jamaican Version)
8
3:27
 
Slave Driver (Jamaican Version)
9
2:53
 
Kinky Reggae (Jamaican Version)
10
3:42
 
No More Trouble (Jamaican Version)
11
5:16
 
Concrete Jungle (Original)
1
4:12
 
Slave Driver (Original)
2
2:53
 
400 Years (Original)
3
2:45
 
Stop That Train (Original)
4
3:54
 
Baby We've Got A Date (Rock It Baby) [Original]
5
3:55
 
Stir It Up (Original)
6
5:32
 
Kinky Reggae (Original)
7
3:37
 
No More Trouble (Original)
8
3:57
 
Midnight Ravers (Original)
9
5:08
 

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