label:
Island/Tuff Gong
code: 314 548 897-2
country: Canada (issued in several countries)
release date: April 30, 1976 (Remastered CD: June 12, 2001)
media: CD
booklet: 12 pages....(6 pictures)
liner notes: none
Rastaman Vibration
01.
Positive Vibration 1976 3m33s
02. Roots, Rock, Reggae 1976 3m38s
03. Johnny Was 1976 3m48s
04. Cry To Me 1976 2m36s
05. Want More 1976 4m15s
06. Crazy Baldhead 1976 3m11s
07. Who The Cap Fit 1976 4m43s
08. Night Shift 1976 3m10s
09. War 1976 3m36s
10. Rat Race 1976 2m52s
BONUS TRACK
11. Jah Live 1975 4m13s
Personal appreciation of the product
songs selection:
liner notes:
design: 5/5
note: 'We blubbling on the top 100' Bob Marley sings on the song ROOTS, ROCK, REGGAE. Well, the album even made better than this: it went straignt in the Brithish Top Ten and after an intensive marketing campaign, it reached No.8 in USA. Bob Marley & The Wailers were now reaching international recognition.

The album contains new versions of two songs that were previously selfproduced or recorded for other producers: CRY TO ME (1965) and WHO THE CAP FIT (aka: MAN TO MAN (1970). The bonus track JAH LIVE was issued on a 7-inch single not long after Haile Selassie passed away, it was Bob Marley's answer to people who were saying that Rastafarian God had died. This song was available on CD since 1992, when the 4-CD boxset Songs Of Freedom was issued.

The singles that were issued in Jamaica for this album are: RAT RACE and ROOTS ROCK REGGAE (backed with EAR). The singles that were issued in UK are: JOHNNY WAS (with CRY TO ME on the B-side) and ROOTS ROCK REGGAE.

The remastered edition has a very nice 12-page booklet that inlcude the lyrics. It replace the initial CD release dating back from 1988, that came with a 8-page black & white booklet.
The last colum represent the song number on my checklist