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Following the assassination attempt on his life on December 3, 1976 and the Smile Jamaica concert two days later, Bob flew to London where he stayed for the next 14 months in a self-imposed exile. Here Bob and his Wailers would create the landmark album Exodus. ...

TIME magazine named Exodus the best album of the 20th century.

Facts Edit

Track Listing Edit

Original release Edit

  1. "Natural Mystic"
  2. "So Much Things To Say"
  3. "Guiltiness"
  4. "The Heathen"
  5. "Exodus"
  6. "Jammin'"
  7. "Waiting In Vain"
  8. "Turn Your Lights Down Low"
  9. "Three Little Birds"
  10. "One Love / People Get Ready"

Remastered version (2001) Edit

  1. "Natural Mystic"
  2. "So Much Things To Say"
  3. "Guiltiness"
  4. "The Heathen"
  5. "Exodus"
  6. "Jamming"
  7. "Waiting In Vain"
  8. "Turn Your Lights Down Low"
  9. "Three Little Birds"
  10. "One Love / People Get Ready"
  11. "Jamming" (long version)
  12. "Punky Reggae Party" (long version)

Deluxe Edition (2002) Edit

Disc 1

  1. "Natural Mystic"
  2. "So Much Things To Say"
  3. "Guiltiness"
  4. "The Heathen"
  5. "Exodus"
  6. "Jamming"
  7. "Waiting In Vain"
  8. "Turn Your Lights Down Low"
  9. "Three Little Birds"
  10. "One Love / People Get Ready"
  11. "Roots"
  12. "Waiting In Vain" (alternate version)
  13. "Jammin'" (long version)
  14. "Jammin'" (instrumental version)
  15. "Exodus" (instrumental version)

Disc 2

  1. "The Heathen" (live at Rainbow Theatre on June 4, 1977)
  2. "Crazy Baldhead" -> "Running Away" (live at Rainbow Theatre on June 4, 1977)
  3. "War" -> "No More Trouble" (live at Rainbow Theatre on June 4, 1977)
  4. "Jamming" (live at Rainbow Theatre on June 4, 1977)
  5. "Exodus" (live at Rainbow Theatre on June 4, 1977)
  6. "Punky Reggae Party"
  7. "Punky Reggae Party" (dub)
  8. "Keep On Moving"
  9. "Keep On Moving" (dub)
  10. Exodus advertisement

Trivia Edit

  • during the recording period January-March 1977 most of the songs from Kaya were recorded as well.
  • Island released "Exodus" and "Jammin'" as singles in the new and trendy 12-inch single format, trying to break into the disco and club scene of that time.
  • Judy Mowatt was pregnant during the early months of 1977 and (mostly) stayed in Jamaica while the album was recorded in London. So probably most of the songs won't feature her backing voice.
  • this was the first album that has Junior Marvin on lead electric guitar.

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