September 23, 1980 Edit

Facts Edit

Band lineup Edit

Setlist Edit

SBD Edit

  1. "Natural Mystic"
  2. "Positive Vibration"
  3. "Burnin' And Lootin'"
  4. "Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)"
  5. "The Heathen"
  6. "Running Away" -> "Crazy Baldhead"
  7. "War" -> "No More Trouble"
  8. "Zimbabwe"
  9. "Zion Train"
  10. "No Woman, No Cry"
  11. "Jammin'"
  12. "Exodus"
  13. "Redemption Song"
  14. "Coming In From The Cold"
  15. "Could You Be Loved?"
  16. "Is This Love?"
  17. "Work"

AUD Edit

  1. "Is This Love?"
  2. "Work" -> "Get Up, Stand Up"

Introductions Edit

  • "Yeah! Greetings in the name of His Imperial Majesty, Emperor Haile Selassie, Jah Rastafari, who liveth and reigneth I'n'I itinually ever fearful, ever sure. They say experience teacheth wisdom, but there's a Natural Mystic blowing through the air!" - Marley before "Natural Mystic"
  • "Yes, greetings, and the Rastaman Vibration is positive!" - Marley before "Positive Vibration"
  • "Yeah! Yes, this little song here is called Old pirates, you know... Redemption Song." - Marley before "Redemption Song"

Trivia Edit

  • last live performance of Bob Marley
  • guest appearance of keyboardist Ian Wynter
  • band intros done by Junior Marvin during "Exodus"
  • encore break after "Exodus" and "Could You Be Loved?"
  • released on many bootlegs with a highly sped up SBD version
  • most versions of "No Woman, No Cry" are faked 10-minute versions which are actually the original 6-minute version doubled.
  • the SBD cuts out just before "Get Up, Stand Up"
  • the AUD currently covers only the last three songs
  • rare 1980 live performances of "Burnin' And Lootin'", "The Heathen", "Them Belly Full", "Running Away" and "Crazy Baldhead"
  • it is disputed if the commonly-played "I Shot The Sheriff" had been dropped from the setlist, or if it is just missing on the circulating SBD versions.
  • There are very few known photos of bob at this venue

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