June 27, 1980 Edit

Facts Edit

Band lineup Edit

Setlist Edit

AUD Edit

The I-Threes

  1. "Precious World"
  2. "Slave Queen"
  3. "Steppin' Out Of Babylon"
  4. "That's The Way"

Bob Marley & The Wailers

  1. "Marley Chant" -> "Natural Mystic"
  2. "Positive Vibration"
  3. "Revolution"
  4. "I Shot The Sheriff"
  5. "War" -> "No More Trouble"
  6. "Zimbabwe"
  7. "Zion Train"
  8. "No Woman, No Cry"
  9. "Jammin'"
  10. "Exodus"
  11. "Redemption Song"
  12. "Natty Dread"
  13. "Work"
  14. "Kaya
  15. "Roots, Rock, Reggae"
  16. "Is This Love?"
  17. "Could You Be Loved?"
  18. "Kinky Reggae"
  19. "Get Up, Stand Up"

SBD Edit

Introductions Edit

Trivia Edit

  • encore break after "Exodus".
  • many AUD sources of various lengths and qualities are circulating; however the most complete version contains the whole show has also the best sound and therefore is the definitive audience version.
  • excerpts of various lengths of the SBD are circulating as well; most excerpts can be found on the bootlegs "Jah Is Ready" and "We'll Never Give Up"; another bootleg "In Milan, Italy '80" contains an incomplete AUD source.
  • first show in Italy.
  • the biggest audience Marley ever played for. As of 1980, it was the biggest concert ever in Europe.
  • the show has been filmed by the Italian television RAI; most likely the complete show, since brief Italian documentaries showed excerpts of "Marley Chant", "Positive Vibration", "No Woman, No Cry" and "Natty Dread".
  • fade out at the end of "Natural mystic", fade in at the beginning of "Positive Vibration".
  • fade out at the end of "Zion Train", fade in at the beginning of "No Woman, No Cry'".

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