Bob Marley & The Wailers - Exodus
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
1977 Ratings: #17 / 101
User Score
Based on 229 ratings
1977 Ratings: #7
Liked by 17 people
June 3, 1977 / Release Date
LP / Format
Bob Marley and the Wailers / Producer
Roots Reggae, Reggae / Genres
The Wailers, Bob Marley / Primary Artists
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I'm no expert on Reggae to say the least, in fact I've barely scratched the surface of the genre or heard a full Reggae record, but of course that had to change sooner or later and now is the time, and the very record I start with is the legendary Bob Marley & The Wailers album, Exodus. Bob Marley is a music icon that I'm sure most people are familiar of, even if you don't know the name you may know the iconic voice and his voice invokes a lot of nostalgia for me, as I used to hear a lot of ... read more
Exodus is a true work of musical genius, and the best part is that this masterpiece was created by a group of guys who were just chilling out and enjoying life. This is probably the most laid-back album I've ever heard (admittedly, I have listened to only a small portion of reggae). It's certainly an experience and a half to listen to! If you're not in full-on vibe mode by the time "Natural Mystic" ends....then you must have a serious medical condition. Not joking, you may need to see ... read more
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Subject 02: My Mom (06/10)

Bob Marley's music has been a part of my childhood for a long time. I remember being 8 and jamming out to "Three Little Birds" and "Waiting In Vain". SO, I went into this excited, and this did not at all disappoint at all! I was just so chilled out so damn much with this, idk. Its a vibe on these tracks, and I was fully in it! I also really liked how political this album got at points, on ... read more

"Exodus" by Bob Marley & The Wailers (1977) {Reggae}

What an emotive powerhouse that Bob Marley & The Wailers carefully traversed as certain tracks would gleefully celebrate the beauty of life, where others evoked the rippling surges of displaced souls to break the shackles and release themselves from the prisons in which they have been placed. Bob Marley was the master of these emotive juxtapositions with some of the most memorable melodies in all of ... read more
Bob Marley was such a good person.
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