Original version Edit
- Composed by: Bob Marley and Lee Perry
- Lyrics by: Bob Marley and Lee Perry
- Produced by: Lee Perry
- Year: 1975
- Length: 4:16
- Musical key: C major
- Recorded at: Harry J. Studios, Kingston, Jamaica
- Mixed at: Harry J. Studios, Kingston, Jamaica
- Released on following albums: Rastaman Vibration (remastered 2001; Deluxe Edition 2002])
- Released on following compilations: Songs Of Freedom (1992), One Love: The Very Best Of (2001)
- Period of performances: 1976 - 1978
- same info as above, more instrumental version, runs 4:23 min.
- sometimes called 'Jah Live dub'.
- originally released as B-side.
- released on Rastaman Vibration (Deluxe Edition, 2002).
'Concrete' edit Edit
- same info, edit of the above version, runs 3:37 min.
- originally released as B-side on Tuff Gong.
- unreleased on CD.
dub version Edit
- fully instrumental, dub mixing by Lee Perry.
Live performances Edit
- 1976-04-23: Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA (USA)
- 1976-12-05: Smile Jamaica Concert, National Heroes Park, Kingston (JAM)
- 1978-04-22: One Love Peace Concert, National Heroes Park, Kingston (JAM)
Rehearsal performances Edit
- the song has been composed right after the newspapers reported Haile Selassie as dead.
- the song has been first released as a single, along with the dub version "Concrete", in January 1976, and was later occasionally performed on stage.
- it is not known exactly how much Lee Perry contributed to the writing of this song.