Official Bob Marley Song - 'Slogans' To Be Released


bob_marley-yardflex.jpgThe first new official Bob Marley track to be released in decades, Slogans is a song with a message of freedom and righteousness that transcends generations. It is believed that Marley recorded the song in a Miami bedroom in 1979.

The acoustic demo was revisited by the reggae legend's sons Stephen and Ziggy with overdubbed instruments, including guitar by Eric Clapton. Slogans is a bright and mighty anthem reminiscent of classic Marley.

The captivating cinematography is full of classic Marley footage, explosive live concert visuals and poignant images from the 1960's and 1970's to the present era.

The video provides a relevant backdrop to Marley's timeless and powerful lyrics that speak to the world we inhabit today as they did in 1979 when the song was written. The release of Bob Marley's Slogans is proof that a true artistic spirit never dies.

The first greatest hits package to include both his early sides and his Island Records hits, Africa Unite: The Singles Collection commemorates Marley's life on record. In addition to the early classics the album also includes the new single Slogans and 2 new remixes: Stand Up Jamrock (Ashley Beedle Remix), a mash-up of Bob's classic and Welcome

To Jamrock, the 2005 hit from youngest son Damian; and the (Black Eyed Peas) remix of Africa Unite. Other songs include Soul Rebel, Lively Up Yourself, Trenchtown Rock and Concrete Jungle alongside the Island hits I Shot The Sheriff, Get Up, Stand Up, No Woman, No Cry, Exodus, Jamming, Could You Be Loved, One Love/People Get Ready, Roots, Rock, Reggae, Waiting In Vain, The Sun Is Shining, Is This Love, Three Little Birds and Buffalo Soldier.