-- their first concert recording -- was an indicator, all involved knew that a Bob Marley & the Wailers performance contained unique energies and a vibe all of its own. ― Mr. Never heard of the track or the deejay other than on the PSA. Bus rider Bus rider Grab the evenin' paper and sit down in your chair Grab yourself a toupee 'cause you're losin' your hair Doesn't matter what you do, you've nothin' to lose I'm so awful goddamn glad I'm not in your shoes Bus rider (Bus rider) You know you're ridin' every single mornin' to there (Bus rider) Ride, ride … : ah mi dis, teg-a-reg Mavis ya hear? Without question, Babylon by Bus is an integral component of any popular music collection. :), Night Rider should thank the guy who made the vid, me too. sunhine deh yah, time fi de busridafun time deh yah, ah time fi de busrida(repeat 2X), now mi went pon a busride last summerlet mi tell you crowd of people t'was fun and laughtermi seh pon de bus was an adventureadventure and drama mixed together, now a first it did ah go to the place Hershey Parkbefore di bus left off from where it did parka man pon de bus go cut a smelly farteverybody get up and say them ah come offto the driver had to wait, him nearly dead wit coughtrue me come off fus [first], mi nearly dead wit laughah watch the people rush the door like harbour shark, forget dat cock you ears inna dis (yes! Arguably the most influential live reggae album ever, Babylon by Bus captures Bob Marley and the Wailers during the European leg of their Kaya tour in the spring of 1978. Consumption (itspolkadots), Wednesday, 12 April 2006 15:55 (fourteen years ago) link, ― huh (Steve K), Thursday, 13 April 2006 03:32 (fourteen years ago) link, ― Tantrum The Cat (Tantrum The Cat), Thursday, 13 April 2006 03:33 (fourteen years ago) link, ― Doctor Casino (Doctor Casino), Thursday, 13 April 2006 03:47 (fourteen years ago) link, ― naus (Robert T), Thursday, 13 April 2006 10:41 (fourteen years ago) link, ― ♪♫(●̲̲̅̅̅̅=̲̲̅̅̅̅●̲̅̅)♪♫ (Steve Shasta), Monday, 12 October 2009 23:36 (eleven years ago) link, ― Alex in SF, Monday, 12 October 2009 23:44 (eleven years ago) link, ― ♪♫(●̲̲̅̅̅̅=̲̲̅̅̅̅●̲̅̅)♪♫ (Steve Shasta), Monday, 12 October 2009 23:49 (eleven years ago) link. As with their first concert album, Babylon by Bus highlights material from the band's history up to that point. )pon de bus there was a rapistmek a mistake and go rush Mavis(lawd)pon har jaw him put a wet kissshe box him so hard mi think him jaw bone twistnow the rapist back-off an double up him fistswing after Mavis, she duck and seh misskicked him to the **** and the sucker start pissshe say! What reggae sub-genre would that fall under, because it sounds sogood... http://www.ebaumsworld.com/gijoe-reggae.html, it's a meme i made and i like (Steve Shasta). What song is that? !ah mi dis and mi no 'fraid a rapisthandle him so rough mi think she ah terroristcouple box an couple thump and couple hard kicks, now the way things ah go we think we a go thru stormeverything settle down and everything get calm'till ah one shout out: mi no like how you a gwaanyou fi, cover you mouth when you know u ah go yawnso mi turn round mi head to see weh did a gwaan"Liver Liv" Shelly ah trace off "Snaggle head" Tomshe say: from mi born mi never upon mi granny farm, neva see a mouth big like any steal handfun time deh yah, ah time fi de busridasunshine deh yah, time fi de busrida, now ten miles out from we destinationsee one Marie inna contention, feel say Marie tek way her lover man but Marie ah say she only boops him fi a grand, fun time deh yah, ah time fi de busridasunhine deh yah, time fi de busrida, ― it's a meme i made and i like (Steve Shasta), Thursday, 30 June 2011 23:19 (nine years ago) link. Tyrone Downie's progressive rock keyboard flavors on "Exodus," as well his judiciously located percussive clavinet accentuations during "Punky Reggae Party," lock in with Aston "Familyman" Barrett's viscous basslines to create something akin to psychedelic reggae or even along the lines of Parliament/Funkadelic. Consumption (itspolkadots), Wednesday, April 12, 2006 10:55 AM, ― ksh, Monday, 3 May 2010 22:45 (ten years ago) link, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJ2d8fNK2kU, ― ksh, Monday, 3 May 2010 22:46 (ten years ago) link. You know, where the kids are about to get baked and the medic guy shows up and starts spitting dancehall rhymes.
It was all google. geoffds (1 week ago) Show Hide +16. Sharply contrasting the somewhat pastoral grooves of the Kaya album, Babylon by Bus possesses a more aggressive sound -- which was a trademark of this particular band. I only know about this song because of the GI Joe Parody. The lead guitar solos on "Rebel Music (3 O' Clock Roadblock)" and "Is This Love" also define Al Anderson's innovative and decidedly Western guitar style, as it is seamlessly and thoroughly integrated with Marley and the Wailers. Other early tracks, such as "Kinky Reggae" and "Stir It Up," prove to be not the only favorites of concert attendees. Night Rider should thank the guy who made the vid, me too. Likewise, "Heathen" highlights Anderson's explosive guitar leads, which are distinctly reminiscent of Eddie Hazel from his early days with Funkadelic. What reggae sub-genre would that fall under, because it sounds sogood... ― Mr.