Bob Marley and the Wailers - No Woman, No Cry (Live)

No Woman, No Cry was first included on Bob Marley & the Wailers' Natty Dread studio album. The live version of the song, which is the most famous, was included on their 1975 album Live!. While Marley wrote the song, the album credits V. Hill for the songwriting. Vincent Hill was a friend of Marley's who owned a soup kitchen in Marleys' childhood hometown of Trenchtown, a ghetto of Kingston, Jamaica. Hill was able to keep the soup kitchen open due to the royalty checks he received from the sales of this song. That's pretty cool, huh? Enjoy!

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