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Bunny Wailer

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stage name for 3-time Grammy Award winner, singer, percussionist and devoted Rastafarian Neville Livingston (⋆ 10 April 1947 in Kingston, Jamaica), known for the reggae classic Dreamland. He is founding member of reggae group The Wailers with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. Bunny, Marley's step brother, toured with the band in England and USA after the success with the 1973 albums Catch A Fire and Burnin', but meant it was against Rastafari to perform for almost only white people and left Wailers 1973. He then made a number of solo reggae albums. Blackheart Man (1976) is a good example of his religious roots reggae, and Rock 'n' Groove (1981) of solid uptempo Sly & Robbie based reggae. He started to tour internationally again and is regarded as one of the most important reggae artists ever. Bunny Wailer has won the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album in 1991, 1995 and 1997.


Top Songs

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    There's a land that I have heard about
    So far across the sea (repeat)
    To have you all, my dreamland
    Would be like heaven to me (repeat)
    We'll get our breakfast from the tree
    Dream Land  -  110,519 plays
    Battering down sentence, Fighting Against Convictions (2X)
    I find myself growing in an environment
    Where finding food is just as hard as paying the rent
    In trodding these roads of trials and tribulations
    I've seen where some have died in desperation
    Fighting Against Conviction  -  92,040 plays
    Tikya the Blackheart Man, children
    I say, don't go near him
    Tikya the Blackheart Man children
    For even lions fear him (repeat)
    Growing in a neighbourhood for such along time
    Blackheart Man  -  94,647 plays
    Them kill Limumba for his own-a-rights,
    But them can't kill the Rasta Man at all, 'tall, 'tall.
    Them can't kill the Rasta Man at all.
    That's the strangest man I've seen.
    (That's because he's a Rasta Man)
    Rastaman  -  70,356 plays
    No more worrying, worrying and pains
    No more crying, shedding tears like rain
    For the master has come back
    Gathering all his flock
    Mother nature feeds the stock
    Bide Up  -  64,049 plays
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