The I Three, commonly called "I Threes" were a Jamaican reggae singing group that was formed in 1974 to support Bob Marley & The Wailers, after Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer — the original Wailer backing vocalists — left the band.
The three members were Marley's wife Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffiths. Their name is intended as a spin on the Rastafarian "I and I" concept of the Godhead within each person.
|1||Many Are Called||53 listeners|
|2||That's the Way (Jah Planned It) [Live]||46 listeners|
|3||Precious World (Live)||20 listeners|
|4||Steppin' Out of Babylon (Live)||19 listeners|
|5||Slave Queen (Live)||19 listeners|
|6||Precious World||17 listeners|
|7||That's the Way (Jah Planned It) [Live At the Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, 9/23/1980]||17 listeners|
|8||Marcia Greetings (Live)||16 listeners|
|9||That's the Way (Jah Planned It)||16 listeners|
|10||Steppin' Out of Babylon (Live At the Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, 9/23/1980)||15 listeners|