“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.”

Missing that legend’s reggae vibes? Well, it’s time to relive and fill our minds with feel-good beats brought by Bob Marley and the Wailers’ 1977 Live at the Rainbow concert which we can stream now in full on YouTube!

The newly-remastered concert was uploaded in its exact running order for the first time since it was performed on June 4, 1977 at the Rainbow Theatre in London. If you’re that interested, you can check below the full concert and it’s for free!


Kicked off with “Trenchtown Rock“, the special livestream features rarely-seen footage such as a live performance of “Burnin’ and Lootin” ! Moreover,  you can catch also newly-unearthed footage taken backstage. What’s not to like, right?

After the release of their ninth studio album, ‘Exodus’, Marley and The Wailers performed on stage of London’s Rainbow Theatre. During the concert, Marley and his Jamaican reggae band performed slew of his classic hits like ‘No Woman No Cry’ and more!

In case you didn’t know yet, ‘Exodus‘ album was notably named the best album of the 20th century by TIME magazine in 1999.

Here’s the full setlist of ‘Live at the Rainbow‘ concert:

1. “Trenchtown Rock” (4:22)
2. “Rebel Music (3 O’Clock Roadblock)” (5:06)
3. “Burnin’ and Lootin’” (5:04)
4. “Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)” (3:33)
5. “The Heathen” (7:16)
6. “I Shot the Sheriff” (5:21)
7. “War/No More Trouble” (8:11)
8. “Crazy Baldhead / Running Away” (9:24)
9. “No Woman, No Cry” (6:59)
10. “Lively Up Yourself” (8:41)

11. “Jamming” (6:11)
12. “Get Up, Stand Up” (4:49)
13. “Exodus” (7:44)

On top of that, even though it’s for free, know that Spotify has announced that it will match all donations up to a collective total of $10 million as part of its COVID-19 Music Relief project.

Ahead of the “Live at the Rainbow” livestream, you can dive also to the fourth episode of Marley’s critically-acclaimed Legacy documentary, ‘Rhythm Of The Game’. This 33-minute documentary flaunts Marley’s passion for soccer as well the essence of sports in his native Jamaica through the ages. 

What do you miss the most about Bob Marley?

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