Julian “Junior” Marvin (never to be baffled with famed Dark Ark vocalist Junior Murvin) replaced Al Anderson as guitarist for Bob Marley & the Wailers in early 1977. This is a traumatic period for the music group: Marley got been recently shot, as well as the group decamped for London, where they quickly started the recording periods that would bring about the discharge of Exodus several months afterwards. Marvin was highlighted for the live Babylon by Bus record that was documented as the Wailers toured to get Exodus, in addition to on the studio room albums Kaya, Success, and Uprising, the final which would end up being Bob Marley’s last studio room recording; he passed away in 1981. Nevertheless, members from the Wailers continuing to record and tour because the Wailers Music group in the past due ’80s and 1990s, and Marvin performed an important function in that task; he offered as both guitarist and manufacturer or co-producer (with bass participant Aston “Family members Guy” Barrett) for the studio room albums I.D., Majestic Warriors, and Jah Message, and can be featured on the live compilation entitled Live 95-97 My Close friends. During this time period he also added electric guitar parts on such celebrated reggae produces as Burning up Spear’s Fittest from the Fittest, Alpha Blondy’s Jerusalem, and Joe Higgs’ Blackman Understand Yourself. In 1997 Marvin still left the Wailers Music group and relocated to Brazil, where he shaped a short-lived group known as Batuka. Pursuing his go back to Jamaica he continuing working like a program player, while gossips continuously swirled through the entire worldwide reggae community about upcoming single projects.