Monthly Archives: November 2016

Bob Marley & The Wailers To Release Expanded Version Of ‘Live!’

Good holiday present for someone you know or for yourself.

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A report from Jambase!

On December 16 The Marley Family will release an expanded version of Live! as a three-LP set in 180-gram black vinyl and as a digital package. This new installment of Live!contains a number of previously unreleased performances from Bob Marley & The Wailers’ London Lyceum shows from July 17 and 18, 1975.

Marley and the Wailers’ classic line-up included bassist Aston “Family Man” Barrett, drummer Carlton “Carly” Barrett, guitarist Al Anderson, keyboardist Tyrone Downie, percussionist Alvin “Seeco” Patterson and the I-Three — backing vocalists Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths. Recordings of both London shows from the band’s famed 1975 tour were captured by The Rolling Stones mobile studio. Seven songs were released on the original Live! and now both complete sets will be available.

The vinyl version is available now for pre-order here.

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Cancun’s Underwater Museum of Art Unveils Newest Sculptures

I love these sculptures. Hugs, Barbara

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The Cancun Convention and Visitors Bureau announced that the newest addition to Cancun’s Underwater Museum of Art (MUSA), “Vestigios,” created by Elier Amado Gil, the current resident artist.

The fossil-like sculptures of a woman, man, and baby are intended to “evoke the future” by displaying human’s footprint on the ecosystem and natural world, according to Amado Gil. The pieces are also a contrast to the life, movement, and color of the underwater ecosystem of the Mexican Caribbean.


A press conference was held August 24 in Kukulkan Plaza announcing the addition of the new pieces, which were then submerged on August 30. The funding for Vestigios came from Asociados Náuticos de Cancún (ANC) and will be placed in the new gallery exhibition at the Punta Sam reef.

Founded in 2009, the Cancun Underwater Museum was created to preserve the Mexican Caribbean’s natural coral reefs by creating sculptures made with materials that are…

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