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Liberation

Liberation is a critically acclaimed reggae album by Bunny Wailer[?], released in 1989 (see 1989 in music). Wailer was one third of the The Wailers, with Peter Tosh and Bob Marley, and he was the only one that did not become an international superstar. Due partially to stage fright that kept him from touring, Wailer's fanbase remained small even as Liberation was widely praised and considered a landmark album.

Track listing

  1. "Rise and Shine" (Livingston)
  2. "Liberation" (Livingston)
  3. "Botha the Mosquito" (Livingston)
  4. "Want to Come Home" (Livingston)
  5. "Ready When You Ready" (Livingston)
  6. "Didn't You Know" (Livingston)
  7. "Dash Wey the Vial" (Livingston)
  8. "Bald Head Jesus" (Livingston)
  9. "Food" (Livingston)
  10. "Serious Thing" (Livingston)

Personnel

  • Psalms - Vocals (bckgr)
  • Tony Asher - Keyboards
  • Barrington Bailey - Horn
  • Headley Bennett - Horn
  • Errol Carter - Bass
  • Steven "Cat" Coore - Guitar
  • Carlton Davis - Drums
  • Sly Dunbar - Drums
  • Bobby Ellis - Horn
  • Harry T. Powell
  • Eric Lamont - Guitar (Rhythm)
  • Bunny Wailer - Percussion, Arranger, Director, Vocals, Vocals (bckgr), Producer, Cover Art Concept
  • Sugar Minott - Drums
  • Johnny "Dizzy" Moore - Horn
  • Sylvan Morris - Engineer
  • Carl Peterson - Mixing
  • Dwight Pinkney - Guitar
  • Robbie Shakespeare - Bass
  • Earl "Chinna" Smith - Bass
  • Keith Sterling - Keyboards
  • Danny Thompson - Bass
  • Neville Garrick - Graphic Design, Art Direction, Cover Art Concept
  • Red Fox Stewart - Keyboards



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