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    The Wailers The Best Of The Wailers

    L.M.L.R.

    The Best Of The Wailers’ was the debut album proper by Bob Marley & The Wailers, recorded for Leslie Kong - Jamaica’s most successful record producer of all time. These tapes were restored by Nick Robbins in London and assessed against all previous 'The Best Of The Wailers' releases on vinyl and CD.

    Other Releases by The Wailers

    The WailersDreamland / Dreamland VersionUpsetter
    Early roots from 1971 produced by Lee Perry and with wicked DJ cut from U Roy on the flip.
    • The Wailers – Dreamland
    • U-Roy – Dreamland Version

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