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Bob & Marcia

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Bob Andy (b. Keith Anderson, 1944, Kingston, Jamaica) and Marcia Griffiths (b. Kingston, Jamaica) had been locally effective reggae solo performers before these were teamed up by manufacturer Harry J on the string-filled reggae edition of Nina Simone’s “Youthful, Gifted and Dark.” The tune became a high Ten U.K. strike on their behalf as Bob & Marcia in 1970. They implemented it in 1971 using a cover of Crispian St. Peters’ “Pied Piper,” but were not able to keep their European profession and came back to Jamaica to execute again as single singers. Griffiths became a member of Bob Marley’s feminine back-up trio, the I-Threes, but returned to solo function after Marley’s loss of life.

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Full Name Bob and Marcia
Music Songs Young, Gifted & Black, Private Number, It's a Rockin' Good Way, Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing, Onion Song, Really Together, Always Together, United We Stand, Pied Piper, We Belong, We've Got to Get Ourselves Together, It Ain't Me Babe, Help Me Up, You Are Mine, Gee Baby Ain't I Good to You, Welcome You Back Home, Keep the Customers Satisfied, Most Dub, Put a Little Love in Your Heart, The Music Inside Me, Sweet Memories, Who Can I Want but You, Gee Baby, Will You Come Back to Me, Kemar, Sweeter Than Honey, Ain't Nothing but the Real Thing, But I Do, Let's Be Friends, Peace of Mine, Lean On Me, Hung Up On You
Albums Sweet Memories, Kemar, Young Gifted and Black, Pied Piper - The Best of Bob & Marcia


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Soundtrack

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Africa Unite: A Celebration of Bob Marley's 60th Birthday 2008 Documentary performer: "I've Got to Go Back Home" / writer: "I've Got to Go Back Home" - as K. Anderson

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Marley 2012 Documentary Himself
Africa Unite: A Celebration of Bob Marley's 60th Birthday 2008 Documentary Himself
Reggae: The Story of Jamaican Music 2002 TV Series documentary Himself

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