June 18, 1980 Edit

Facts Edit

Band lineup Edit

Setlist Edit

AUD Edit

  1. "Marley Chant" -> "Natural Mystic"
  2. "Positive Vibration"
  3. "I Shot The Sheriff"
  4. "War" -> "No More Trouble"
  5. "Zimbabwe"
  6. "Zion Train"
  7. "No Woman, No Cry"
  8. "Jammin'"
  9. "Exodus"
  10. "Redemption Song"
  11. "Natty Dread"
  12. "Is This Love?"
  13. "Work"
  14. "Coming In From The Cold"
  15. "Lively Up Yourself"

Introductions Edit

  • "Greetings and good evening in the name of His Imperial Majesty, Emperor Haile Selassie I, Jah Rastafari, who liveth and reigneth with I'n'I itinually, ever fearful, ever sure. Now there's a Natural Mystic blowing through the air." - Marley before "Natural Mystic"
  • "As I'n'I would say that the Rastaman Vibration is positive! Nuttin' but good vibes!" - Marley before "Positive Vibration"
  • "This song is called «Old pirates»" - Marley before "Redemption Song"
  • "Greetings and good evening! This is Natty Dread!" - Marley before "Natty Dread"

Trivia Edit

  • encore break after "Exodus".
  • a few songs at the end, most likely "Could You Be Loved?" and "Get Up, Stand Up" are missing in the circulating AUD source. It is also possible that they have been played before "Coming In From The Cold" due to Tyrone's Rastafari shoutings prior to the song and due to the cut before the song.
  • "Revolution", usually played between "Positive Vibration" and "I Shot The Sheriff", has been dropped for this concert's setlist.

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