Bob Marley's Movement of Jah People Moves Forward

The Indies Network family of sites that MusicLoad is part of is honoring the humble legend, Bob Marley, by featuring numerous classic and current music films and love from fans and family around the world. Enjoy!

MusicLoad.Com celebrates Bob Marley's 70th.  Painting by Rob de Bank (
Photo of painting courtesy of Rob de Bank
Just below are a few great takes of Bob Marley's song Could You Be Loved. The original version was released in 1980 on the album titled Uprising.

Bob Marley - Could You Be Loved

Via Reggaeville, we came across a talented acappella group out of Israel that hit a sonic home run with their all voice, no instrument, rendition of Bob Marley's Could You Be Loved, recorded especially for his global birthday celebration.

Congrats to makers of the above fan made take.  It was produced by Guy Dreifuss (Afficoman) and Shmulik Bar-Dan, filmed and edited by Alon Segal, music roduction by Amit Sagie, vision and additional editing by Guy Dreifuss, production by Adi Ezer and artists and others incuding Alon Landa, Amit Sagie, Gadi Altman, Odelia Oknin, Ohad Rein, Oren Wilson, Shira Chen, Tony Ray, Urijah Gazit, Yonathan Liner.

Lastly, here is one more excellent rendition of Could You Be Loved, performed by the Marley family, live, for a television appearance in 1999. Thank you to Buenas Versiones for making the video available.

The photo of the painting at the top of this page is courtesy of the talented painter/artist, Rob de Bank.  A big thank you for the permission to post here. Please visit his website at RobDeBank.Com, where limited edition prints are available in numerous sizes.

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