Ziggy Marley to re-release 'Love'

Nov. 20, 2007 at 4:51 PM

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Nov. 20 (UPI) -- Jamaican recording artist Ziggy Marley announced the re-release of his album "Love Is My Religion" as part of an independent distribution deal.

The re-release is a result of a partnership between Ryko Distribution and Tuff Gong Worldwide, the label founded in 1965 by Ziggy Marley's father, Bob Marley.

"Love Is My Religion" was originally released in the United States exclusively at Target stores and is scheduled for wide distribution on Dec. 4, with additional material including live recordings of "Jammin," "Dragonfly" and "Look Who's Dancin."

The live tracks, plus a live DVD, scheduled for release early next year, were recorded at Los Angeles' Avalon during the 2006 "Love Is My Religion" world tour.

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