Live Forever: The Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, September 23, 1980

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Live Forever: The Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, September 23, 1980 is a live album by Bob Marley & The Wailers released on February 1, 2011. The live album was recorded at Pittsburgh's Stanley Theatre during the Uprising Tour to support their then latest album of the same name. This was Marley's last concert before his death in 1981. What makes this an historic release other than it being Bob Marley's last recording is that Get Up Stand Up, Bob Marley's last recorded song, was not found until 2000 by Bob Marley Archivists James Wilson and Jack Low. The taper at the show was on the balcony and had 2 tapes for the show. The original soundboard tape was cut during the song "Work" due to it only being a 90-minute tape. James Wilson and Jack Low were not given credit due to Dennis Thompson claiming to have recorded this tape which is not true. The tape was given to Dennis Thompson in the summer of 2001 by Paul Johnson who was another Wailers Archivist and friends with James Wilson and Jack Low.

Track listing[edit]

Disc one
  1. Greetings - 0:31
  2. "Natural Mystic" - 4:40
  3. "Positive Vibration" - 4:47
  4. "Burnin' and Lootin' " - 3:35
  5. "them Belly Full (but we Hungry)" - 3:47
  6. "the Heathen" - 4:25
  7. "Running Away" - 2:50
  8. "Crazy Baldhead" - 5:02
  9. "War" / "No More Trouble" - 6:03
  10. "Zimbabwe" - 3:39
  11. "Zion Train" - 3:50
  12. "No Woman, No Cry" - 6:05
Disc two
  1. "Jamming" - 4:31
  2. "Exodus" - 7:01
  3. "Redemption Song" - 4:07
  4. "Coming in from the Cold" - 3:37
  5. "Could You Be Loved" - 7:40
  6. "Is This Love" - 3:37
  7. "Work" - 4:15
  8. "Get Up, Stand Up - 6:38

Musicians[edit]

Personnel[edit]

  • UMe A&R: Jamie Feldman and Harry Weinger
  • Mastered by Kevin Reeves at Universal Mastering Studios-East
  • Production Manager: Shannon Steckloff
  • UMe Business Affairs: Beatriz Pace
  • Product Manager: Adam Starr
  • Special thanks to: Rita Marley, Cedella Marley, Ziggy Marley, and the Marley family.

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