Monday, May 16, 2011

Lauryn Hill pays tribute to Bob Marley with "Chances Are" and "Could You Be Love '

Last May 11 marked the thirtieth anniversary of the death of Bob Marley, the champion of reggae in the sixties and seventies, and whose son Rohan has a relationship has long been a favorite of our prodigal daughter, Lauryn Hill. There have been several occasions in which the singer paid tribute to his father, for example in that already distant 'Turn The Lights Down Low', but this time with the anniversary, has made a small break in the tour The tour is carrying a good portion of American geography and visited one of the highest-rated late night shows, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, to interpret two of the most memorable songs of Marley: "Chances Are" and "Could You Be Love '.

Video | Lauryn Hill - Chances Are (Youtube) Lauryn Hill proves once again that this return to the stage he is laying great, but it is also true that his shows are raising blisters on some of his appointments for delays compulsive and curses the public. Nor can we forget that has spent more than a decade to take out that huge solo debut, The Misseducation Of Lauryn Hill.

It has no other material to defend this record that mixed with the odd version and peppered by moments of the Fugees, and many of their songs away much of the originals which show the need for Hill to give a twist to what you already have. It would be infinitely more interesting to see her go for a new job to rescue songs from the past, especially if it wants to continue his career, as it seems she is determined to do.

Video | Lauryn Hill - Could You Be Loved (Photobucket)

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