This is the soundtrack of the Bob Marley movie

The soundtrack of the Bob Marley movie is now available

Last week it premiered “Bob Marley: One Love”, the biographical film of “reggae king” Y, at once, It was launched digitally and for everyone the film's soundtrack.

The soundtrack includes 17 of Marley's best-known recordings coming from albums like Catch a Fire (1973), Burnin’ (1973), Rastaman Vibration (1976), Exodus (1977), So ( 1978) Y Uprising (1980).

In fact, several of the songs also appear on the legendary compilation album by 1984 Legend, the most successful of reggae in all of history with milestones such as being the second album with the longest uninterrupted permanence in the ranking Billboard 200, where already accumulates 821 weeks, only surpassed by The Dark Side of The Moon, de Pink Floyd.

The Legend Furthermore, it recently surpassed 18 million copies sold in the United States, among other achievements.

The film explores the life and legacy of the first third world music superstar who put reggae and Jamaica before the eyes of the world., focusing on the period between the assassination attempt in December 1976 at his home in Kingston, and his return to the stage in Jamaica at the One Love Peace Concert in April 1978.

Another EP “inspired by the movie”

further, Tuff Gong and Island Records released Bob Marley: One Love (Music inspired by the movie), an EP of 7 songs with remakes of Marley classics in the voice of Daniel Caesar, Kacey Musgraves, Wizkid, Leon Bridges Y Jessie Reyes, Bloody Civilian and Marley's grandson, Skip Marley.