The Wailers - Treat Me Good / I Stand album flac
- Album: Treat Me Good / I Stand
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I Stand is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Idina Menzel and was released on January 29, 2008. The album was produced by Glen Ballard, who co-wrote most of the songs with Menzel. An EP, also titled Defying Gravity, was released two months later, featuring five different remixes of the track.
Burnin' is the sixth studio album by Jamaican reggae band The Wailers, released in October 1973. It was written mostly by bandleader Bob Marley and produced by Chris Blackwell. A commercial and critical success in the United States, Burnin' was certified Gold and later added to the National Recording Registry, with the Library of Congress deeming it historically and culturally significant.
Bob Marley And The Wailers – Treat Me Right. Label: Charly Records – CDCD 1036. Format: CD, Compilation.
As the opening statement on the Wailers’ 1973 album Burnin’, Get Up Stand Up would become not only a signature song for its writers, it would go on to endure as an international human rights anthem. The song has survived versions as diverse as mellow jazz to ear-splitting metal; it’s a standard by any measure, though the fact that it still needs to be performed at all speaks to the persistence of oppression and human rights violations in all forms throughout the world. In 1977, Tosh recorded Get Up Stand Up for his album, Equal Rights, the entire project conceived to relieve and champion the suffering population of the world, particularly in Apartheid-era South Africa and throughout the African diaspora.
The Burnin' album, where this song first appeared, was released by Marley's group The Wailers. In 1974, The Wailers broke up but Marley continued to tour and record as "Bob Marley & The Wailers," even though he was the only original Wailer in the group. The Rolling Stones frontman met Marley at the studio when Marley was working on his 1973 Catch a Fire album. The Stones would later dip their toes in the genre, covering the reggae song "Cherry Oh Baby" on their 1976 album Black And Blue Indeed, although we will someday experience physical death and physical resurrection (for good or for ill), this is almost unimportant, because NOW is the day of duty (hudade): "Behold, THIS day have I set two roads before you, one to life and one to death. Choose life therefore, that ye may live. Get up, stand up, stand up for your rights.
Get Up, Stand Up Lyrics. Get Up, Stand Up, stand up for your right Get Up, Stand Up, stand up for your right Get Up, Stand Up, stand up for your right Get Up, Stand Up, don't give up the fight. Preacher man don't tell me heaven is under the earth I know you don't know what life is really worth Is not all that glitters in gold and Half the story has never been told So now you see the light, aay Stand up for your right. Get Up, Stand Up. Life is your right So we can't give up the fight Stand up for your right, Lord, Lord Get Up, Stand Up. Keep on struggling on Don't give up the fight. Get Up, Stand Up was also the last song Marley ever performed on stage, on September 23, 1980 at the Stanley Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Get Up, Stand Up by The Wailers. Nevertheless, the album played true and my stylus, arm tracks true from an above visual inspection amid the wobble indicated by the clearly untrue circumference. as if the turntable's timing is barely untrue. Otherwise, this album is so good.