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Melody Maker - Children Playing In The Streets album mp3
Children Playing In The Streets
Roots Reggae, Dub
FLAC album size:
1335 mb
Other formats:
4.5 ✪

Also in 1979, Ziggy and his siblings Sharon, Cedella and Stephen formed the Melody Makers – named after the British weekly pop/rock music newspaper, Melody Maker – and made their recording debut with "Children Playing in the Streets". The following year, they released their debut LP, Play the Game Right. The album was produced by their mother, Rita Marley, and featured Aston and Carlton Barrett on bass and drums, respectively, who were originally the rhythm section for Bob Marley’s Wailers. This album laid the groundwork for the group's fast maturing sound.

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Melody Maker was for many years one of the leading UK weekly pop and rock music newspapers. It was founded in 1926, largely as a magazine for dance band musicians, and in the 1950s and 1960s gradually switched its focus from jazz to popular music. Ken Colyer, Lonnie Donegan, Alexis Korner: Skiffle or Piffle? Interview by Max Jones, Melody Maker, 28 July 1956. ALEXIS KORNER tells Max Jones.

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Their vision, however, is similar to their father's desire to bring people together through music and the Melody Makers' pop-reggae sound has certainly done that. The band is comprised by four of Bob Marley's ten children, vocalist/guitarist


A Children Playing In The Streets
B Dubbing In The Streets

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Tuff Gong Music


  • Composed By [Uncredited] – Bob Marley


(P) 1979
Made in Jamaica

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts A Side): DSR 31 59 DT. TUFF GONG children playing
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts B Side): D.S.R 3160.B. DT. TUFF GONG

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Melody Maker* Children Playing In The Streets ‎(7") Tuff Gong none Jamaica 1979
KOW 17 Melody Maker* Children Playing In The Streets ‎(7") Korova KOW 17 UK 1981
KOW 12 Melody Makers* Children Playing In The Streets ‎(7", Single) Korova Records KOW 12 UK 1980