Bob Marley first Song ever recorded "Judge Not" in 1962
Bob Marley's first song was recorded and released in February 1962. Bob was only sixteen (16) years old.
He approached producer Leslie Kong with some songs he had written, hoping Kong would record them for his Beverley’s Records label.
The teenaged singer was Robert Nesta Marley and his impromptu performance reportedly impressed Kong who that day produced Marley’s first song ever — Judge Not.
One of the musicians who played on that historic number was saxophonist Headley Bennett.READ MORE ABOUT ROBERT NESTA MARLEY
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