The name Bob Marley
is synonymous with "one love" and other Rastafari ideals of brotherhood, so it's only natural that the release of his last recorded live show (titled Live Forever
) comes with a sweet deal that makes us feel like everything is gonna be alright. Music streaming service MOG
has an offer exclusively for Baeble readers to check out Live Forever
a day before its release, as well as the millions of other songs available in their catalog, absolutely free (with no credit card required) for seven days. Details after the jump.
The live tracks were recorded over thirty years ago while Marley was touring around his Uprising
album, at The Stanley Theatre in Pittsburgh. The recordings are never before heard; the last audio snapshot of one of the genre's most influential performers.
Head over to a special section of MOG
to sign up for a week of free, no strings attached music streaming and hear Live Forever
a day before it's official release on 2/1. MOG offers over 10 million songs that you can access from your computer, mobile device or Roku box, and through the trial you get access to all that goodness for seven whole days.
MOG and Marley: it's what's for breakfast. Happy Monday.