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Let De Groove Rise Up

by Marley's Ghost

Released in 1989; repressed in 1991; remixed, remastered and repressed in digipak in 2005 "A more relaxed country feel. Originals and covers...played with real zest and panache.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Turkey Day Rap-Sodee
3:56 album only
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2. (Your Love Is Like The) Mountain Water (BMI)
3:37 album only
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3. Mexico
3:25 album only
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4. Shine This Light
3:52 album only
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5. Seamus O'Brien
4:41 album only
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6. Streets of Babylon
4:21 album only
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7. Meet Me Boys on the Battlefront
4:21 album only
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8. No Place Like Texas
2:42 album only
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9. A Pirate Looks At Forty
4:31 album only
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10. Sunrise Over Big Muddy
4:03 album only

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Marley’s Ghost moves effortlessly between reggae, folk, blues, Celtic, Gospel, old-time music, bluegrass, Scottish bagpipe tunes and Mardi Gras funk. No wonder that Marley’s Ghost is known as the “One-Band Music Festival". This inspired band uses powerful vocal harmonies and superb instrumentation to drive the music home.

Marley’s Ghost began as a trio in 1986 when Mike Phelan, Dan Wheetman and Jon Wilcox played for a St. Patrick's Day show. Ed Littlefield, Jr. joined soon after when they all came together at Littlefield’s recording studio to work on Wheetman’s solo album. In 2005 accomplished percussionist and vocalist Jerry Fletcher joined with the original four notable parts creating a synergistic whole, they banded together as Marley’s Ghost.

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