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Simmer Down was the second single released by Bob Marley and the Wailers (Peter Tosh & Bunny Livingstone). Recorded as The Wailers, the single was not permitted radio airplay in Jamaica due to the reputation that Bob Marley and friends had, so it wound up having it's first hearing on one of the sound systems of the day. Bob Marley Robert Nesta Marley (February 6, 1945 - May 11, 1981), better known as Bob Marley, was a singer, guitarist, songwriter and Rastafarian from the ghettos of Jamaica. ...

 1. This Train 2. Simmer Down 3. I Am Going Home 4. Do You Remember 5. Mr. Talkative 6. Habits 7. Amen 8. Go Jimmy Go 9. Teenager in Love 10. I Need You 11. It Hurts to Be Alone 12. True Confessions 13. Lonesome Feeling 14. There She Goes 15. Diamond Baby 16. Playboy 17. Where's the Girl for Me 18. Hooligan 19. One Love 20. Love and Affection 

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Simmer Down - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (100 words)
"Simmer Down" was the second single released by The Wailers, accompanied by ska supergroup Skatalites, and produced by Clement "Coxsone" Dodd in 1963.
"Simmer Down" was a number one hit in Jamaica in February, 1964.
The song was later covered by The Mighty Mighty Bosstones for their EP Ska-Core, The Devil, and More.
Songs of Freedom Disc 1 (4467 words)
Simmer down: for the battle will be hotter; Simmer down: and-a you won't get no supper.
Simmer down: and you know you bound to suffer Simmer down: simmer - simmer - simmer right down: Simmer down: like you never did before!
Here I am walkin' down the street (Walkin', walkin', walkin', walkin', walkin', walkin', walkin', walkin', walkin', walkin', walkin', walkin') And the children: everything is so sweet.
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