Bob Marley's myth has become so huge since his death 22 years ago that it's hard to imagine seeing such an enormous musical and cultural figure in this tiny Sunset Strip club.

Bob Marley's myth has become so huge since his death 22 years ago that it's hard to imagine seeing such an enormous musical and cultural figure in this tiny Sunset Strip club. Marley and the Wailers are completely in the zone here. Close your eyes, and you can almost see the walls sweating, the I-Threes (the singer's backing vocalists) swaying, and Marley marching in place, dreads flailing, eyes closed, fist in the air. Despite the first disc's many highlights (the set-opening "Trenchtown Rock," "Burnin' & Lootin' "), the real treat here is the second disc's transcendent, 24-minute medley of "Get Up, Stand Up," "No More Trouble" and "War," which leaves one wondering if the few hundred that saw this show—on May 26, 1976—knew just how they lucky they were. Absolutely religious.—WO