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  • Summary: The Jamaican reggae musician returns with his fourth solo album, featuring guest appearances by Woody Harrelson and Heavy D.
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Wild and Free
A fire burns for freedom, a fire burns for freedom A fire burns for freedom the smell of dissent is high I'm standing for the truth too long it's... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Jul 22, 2011
    A polished fourth solo studio LP aimed at mainstream reggae audiences.
  2. Jun 14, 2011
    Stoned to the bone with Was at the controls means this is one of the more humble and cool offerings in the Ziggy Marley catalog, but those are the same reasons it's an album to return to, delivering that satisfying Rastaman vibration whenever listeners crave a mellow mood.
  3. Jun 14, 2011
    Wild and Free is as casual and familiar as a Friday afternoon. You might not remember it in six months, but that doesn't mean that it isn't a pleasant enough way to idle away the time.
  4. Jun 14, 2011
    For his latest release, Wild and Free, he rarely feels the need to stray outside this tried and tested outline: Each track bounces along with a carefree groove and exudes blissful vibes without really offering anything fresh or innovative, but is there really any new ground to break in a genre that reached its creative zenith over 30 years ago?
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