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Bunny Wailer – Fighting Against Convictions (1976)

Bunny Wailer, along with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, was one of the founder members of The Wailers in the 1960s.

As part of the real “crucial 3” (Pete Wylie, Ian McCulloch and Julian Cope take note ….), he contributed to some of the foundation statements of reggae.

But by 1973, Bunny Wailer, Peter Tosh and Bob Marley were starting to carve out their own paths.

This track is from Bunny Wailer’s debut solo LP “Blackheart Man”, released on Island Records in 1976.

Quite simply, one of the greatest records ever made; utterly timeless.

Occasionally known as “Battering Down Sentence” this track stands comparison with any of the seminal records released during the 1970s by Bob Marley.

Just the track – it’s all you need

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