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Original Bunnyman Echoes His Roots: Bunny Sings The Wailers

Review by Vivien Goldman, New Musical Express, 17 January 1981

AS TO WHY Bunny Wailer has chosen this moment to come down from the hills and ransack the files of old Wailers material – well, ...

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Bunny Wailer (1988)

Interview by Mark Sinker, Rock's Backpages audio, October 1988

The erstwhile Neville O'Riley Livingston ruminates on the Wailers' legacy; on returning to England after 16 years; on the poor state of reggae today and the serious side of the Jamaican genre; on Ziggy Marley as a successor to his father Bob; on political violence in Jamaica and Peter Tosh's untimely death; on the rise of African reggae and his new album Liberation.

File format: mp3; file size: 37.3mb, interview length: 38' 49" sound quality: *** (background noise)

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Bunny Wailer: Tribute (Solomonic import)

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 16 January 1982

"...and we know we shall win because we are confident of the victory of good over evil." ...

Bunny Wailer: Wailers 'Together Again'

Interview by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 20 April 1986

THE UPCOMING Wailers album Together Again isn't just your average reunion record. Besides Bunny Waller, Peter Tosh, Junior Braitwaithe and Constantine Walker, the lineup will ...

Bunny Wailer Goes To Market

Report and Interview by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 13 February 1986

BUNNY WAILER, who formed the creative nucleus of the Wailers with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh when the group became Jamaica's reigning pop heroes in ...

The Wailers: Pirates Yes They Rob I

Report and Interview by Larry Jaffee, Vibe, March 1994

Three decades after cutting his first record, Bob Marley still ranks as one of the most exploited artists in the history of recorded music. Larry ...

A Wailer Surfaces to Claim Reggae's Crown

Interview by Mark Cooper, The Guardian, 26 August 1988

After Marley, what price reggae? Mark Cooper on Bunny Wailer's musical crusade ...

Bunny Wailer

Interview by Mark Sinker, New Musical Express, 8 October 1988

"Bunny had fashioned a guitar out of a large sardine can with a bamboo stalk and electric wires. Another friend, Peter MacIntosh, obtained a real ...

Bunny Wailer: The Bright Soul of the Blackheart Man

Interview by Paul Bradshaw, New Musical Express, 14 January 1984

From his boyhood friendship with Bob Marley and the foundation of The Wailers, to a solo career that's produced a wealth of inspired (and under-rated) music, BUNNY WAILER remains ...

The Words and Works of Bob Marley and the Wailers

Special Feature by Penny Reel, New Musical Express, 6 June 1981

THE DEATH of Bob Marley last month robbed reggae music of its foremost ambassador, the man who more than any had turned outside ears and ...

Bunny Wailer: Blackheart Man/Max Romeo & the Upsetters: War in a Babylon (Island)

Review by Rob Partridge, Melody Maker, 28 August 1976

IT HAS been a remarkable year for reggae, a year which has seen the full flowering of the music as a vehicle for social, political ...

Bunny Wailer: Bunny Wailer Sings The Wailers

Review by Robot A. Hull, Creem, May 1981

THE PRODIGIOUS travesty of our time may be that rock bands rooted in reggae like the Clash or the Specials are more familiar to white ...

Reggae: Black Punks On 'Erb

Report and Interview by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, 16 October 1976

"Youth is the first thing that hits you about the musicians...reggae is still a young music, further progress is made every day."                                             * ...

Bunny Wailer: Reincarnated Soul Makes Year's Best Album

Interview by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, 16 October 1976

"WHY DO THEY regard me with awe? I didn't know that people think of me as superhuman. I've never flown or anything of that type. ...

see also Bob Marley & the Wailers


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