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Mark Park EP14: Catch a Fire in the Park feat. Afro Fiesta, Carlton “Santa” Davis, Fully Fullwood & John McKnight

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Welcome to our fourteenth episode of Mark’s Park: Catch a Fire in the Park and celebrate the global sound and indelible impact of the incomparable Bob Marley.

Get ready to groove to the soulful rhythms of timeless classics with PFC’s very own Afro Fiesta and special guests Carlton “Santa” Davis—one of the most sought after drummers who toured and recorded with Bob Marley & The Wailers and is the current drummer for Ziggy Marley; Fully Fullwood—the originator and leader of “Soul Syndicate Band,” who is instrumental in shaping the sound of Jamaican music, and a member of Peter Tosh’s band “Word, Sound and Power;” and John McKnight—a multi-instrumentalist who has worked with artists such as Fishbone, Rocky Dawuni, Barrington Levy, and Thelma Houston.

Ignite your soul with this heartfelt tribute inspired by Marley’s iconic reggae tunes!

0:00- “Slave Driver”
4:46- “Stop That Train”
8:46- “The Real Revolution”
13:22- “Oh Bumbo Klaat”
18:00- “Stir It Up”

“Slave Driver” & “Stir It Up” written by Bob Marley
“Stop That Train” & “Oh Bumbo Klaat” written by Peter Tosh
“The Real Revolution” written by Mermans Mosengo, Mark Johnson, Jason Tamba

Carlton “Santa” Davis- Drums
Jason Tamba- Vocals, Guitar
John McKnight- Keyboard
Fully Fullwood- Bass
Mermans Mosengo- Vocals, Guitar

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