I've been wanting to get into Bob Marley a little more, but I don't know what are some of his 'good' albums are.

I listen to a tiny bit of him, but I'm not really an avid listener...

btw, what album does the acoustic version of guava jelly come out in?
just get a greatest hits album or something at first, then when you know what songs you like, get the albums that theyre off of. i started to listen to his legend album first.
Eh, I know most of the songs off that album.

It's pretty much his standard hits that everyone should know. Any other recommendations?
Catch a Fire for a slightly more rock feel, Burnin' for great production by Lee Perry, African Herbsman for solid reggae tunes, Live at the Roxy for... a live album.
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