Friday, January 30, 2009

Bob Marley- No Woman no Cry Drum cover. Jason alexander.

'No Woman No Cry' - RGS Jazz Evening 2007

Kelly Southall sings the famous Bob Marley song 'No Woman, No Cry' at the RGS Jazz Evening 2007, accompanied by the TAA guitar group.

the fugees-no women,no cry

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Bob Marley - No Woman No Cry (Best Live Version)

No woman no cry - Bossa n' Marley

No Woman No Cry -Lessons Guitar Acoustic

MBRIA JAZZ '07 - CHIP WILSON no woman no cry

Joan Baez - No Woman, No Cry

No woman no cry, no woman no cry
I said no woman no cry, no woman no cry

Yes I remember when we used to sit
In the government yard in Trench town
Observing those hypocrits
Mingle with the good people we know ya
Good friends we knew
And food friends we lost along the way
In this bright future we can't forge the past
So dry your tears I say

No woman no cry, no woman no cry
I said no woman no cry, no woman no cry

Yes I remeber when we used to sit
In the government yard in Trench town
And georgey would cook corn meal poridge
Which I'd share with you ya
And my feet is my only carriage
So I'm gonna push on through

Everything's gonna be alright
Everything's gonna be alright
Everything's gonna be alright

Everything's gonna be alright
Everything's gonna be alright
Everything's gonna be alright

Everything's gonna be alright
Everything's gonna be alright
Everything's gonna be alright

No woman no cry, no woman no cry
I said no woman no cry, no woamn no cry

Boney M - No Woman No Cry (1976) Video Clip

Bob Marley vs Beatles - No Woman, It's Only Love

Salsa remix No women no cry by Merengada

No woman no cry-Jimmy Cliff-Erykah Badu-tributo Bob Marley

No woman no cry by The NENES v2

Rootsriders - No Woman No Cry (Tribute 2 Bob Marley)

Shanita Jackson- No Woman No Cry

Phenomenal singer "Shanita Jaskson" sings A twist of Reggae

John Yeh - Woman No Cry

Bob Marley - No Woman No Cry

Bob Marley died from a malignant melanoma, a form of cancer, that was on his right toe. He could've avoided death with amputation, but it was against his Rastafari beliefs. The cancer spread.
"Bob Marley played his final concert at the Stanley Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on September 23, 1980. The live version of "Redemption Song" on Songs of Freedom was recorded at this show. Marley afterwards sought medical help from Munich specialist Josef Issels, but his cancer had already progressed to the terminal stage. While flying home from Germany to Jamaica for his final days, Marley became ill, and landed in Miami for immediate medical attention. He died at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Miami, Florida on the morning of May 11, 1981 at the age of 36.

No woman no cry (marley) feat. gilberto gil live

No Woman No Cry, Bob Marley & The Wailers, Studio Version

Sean Kingston on Today Show ("No Woman No Cry")

Wyclef-no woman no cry- lyric

No WoMaN No Cry video clip

Bob marley "no woman no cry" 1979

NO WOMAN NO CRY-REGGAE-FAST-INSTRUMENTAL (RARE)

Bob Marley - No Woman No Cry (version rare)

Bob Marley - no woman no cry

The Fugees - No Woman No Cry

History of No Woman, No Cry

"No Woman, No Cry" is a reggae song made famous by Bob Marley & The Wailers. The song first became world-famous in 1974 through the studio album Natty Dread. The live version from the 1975 album Live! is perhaps best known — it was this version which was released on the greatest hits compilation Legend.
Though Bob Marley may have written the song,[1][2] or may have written the melody,[3] songwriter credits were given to "V. Ford". Vincent Ford was a friend of Marley's who ran a soup kitchen in Trenchtown, the ghetto of Kingston, Jamaica where Marley grew up. The royaltycheques received by Ford ensured the survival and continual running of his soup kitchen.[4] Ford died aged 68 in Jamaica on 28 December 2008 from complications from diabetes mellitus.[5]
The song has since been covered by such artists as Wyclef Jean, Londonbeat, Murder One, Blues Traveler, O.A.R., Devon AllmansHoneytribe, Joan Baez, Xavier Rudd, Jimmy Buffett, Jonathan Butler, Gilberto Gil (Daniela Mercury recorded this version at Balé Mulato - Ao Vivo),[citation needed] The Fugees, No Use for a Name, Hikaru Utada, String Cheese Incident, NOFX (live, with El Hefe playing and singing alone), Tila Tequila, Boney M, Rancid, Pearl Jam, Andrés Calamaro, Hugh Masekela, Hedley, Jimmy Cliff, Pauline Black, Peter Rowan, Bill Bourne, Graham Parker, Keller Williams, Eterna Inocencia, as a duet by Faith Hill with Tim McGraw , Sean Kingston[6] (see video here), and the Arabic singer Ali Bahar. The "G-punk" band Hed PE as of the year 2002, began covering the song at many of their live shows. Theska punk band [spunge] is the only band to ever have officially been given permission by the Marley family to change the lyrics, for their cover on the album Room For Abuse.[7] The pop rap band Sweetbox used a part of the song for the chorus of their song "Everything's Gonna Be Alright". Naughty by Nature sampled Boney M's version of the song for their hit single "Everything's Gonna Be Alright."
"No Woman, No Cry" (as recorded by Marley & the Wailers) was No. 37 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
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