Dragonfly - Ziggy Marley


Ziggy Marley

  • Genre: Reggae
  • Release Date: 2003-03-31
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11
  • ℗ 2003 BMG

Dragonfly ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Dragonfly Ziggy Marley 4:14
True to Myself Ziggy Marley 3:45
I Get Out Ziggy Marley 4:16
Looking Ziggy Marley 3:21
Shalom Salaam Ziggy Marley 5:04
In the Name of God Ziggy Marley 5:36
Rainbow In the Sky Ziggy Marley 3:08
Melancholy Mood Ziggy Marley 4:30
Good Old Days Ziggy Marley 4:17
Never Deny You Ziggy Marley 4:02
DYKL (Don't You Kill Love) Ziggy Marley 3:48


  • Why didn't I know about Ziggy sooner?

    By Crogersrx
    Loving it.

    By mich1433
    Best songs I've heard in reggae... Much love to Ziggy xoxo
  • Best Ziggy album

    By Jerrywobbles
    This is an amazing album, helped me find out what true love really is!!
  • Ziggy is one of a kind

    By *~Beachkitty711~*
    Truly soothing and easy listing unlike any other
  • Looking!!!!!

    By Evan Freed
    My favorite song by Ziggy is off this album. It's titled "Looking". "Looking" is probably my favorite feel-good song of all time. You have to get this song...the sound of the acoustic guitars, horns, the lyrics; all blend in such a way to take you away from whatever you're upset about (or if you just want to feel good). As for the rest of the album, it's also pretty solid.
  • A must-have for Marley fans

    By 8a12a05
    If you are depressed, you won't be able to resist cheering up, and falling in love with this album. Ziggy without a doubt carries on the Marley legacy and has revolutionized the sound of reggae and is himself a shining star among a very bleak and cloudy sky of artistic talent and music in general. You won't regret purchasing this album, however you may find yourself disappointed that you hadn't discovered it sooner! The Music of Bob helped me tremendously in the past, and Ziggy is here to remind me and everyone that although the world is cruel and bizarre in many ways, there is an undying faith and struggle towards a future that is much brighter. The ten dollars is meaningless in comparison to the priceless and unquantifiable happiness and positive vibrations about to come your way...don't wait, get yours today.
  • Easily Ziggy's best

    By OhioGrant
    You can not ask for more from this solo debut. While many may disagree, I thought this was by far the best of Ziggy. He truly carries on his father's legacy with a solid message of love, peace, understanding, and unity. Match the message with amazing compisition and masterful craftmanship and you have an instant classic. I might even take it a step further and say that this album is the best thing to come from a Marley since Robert Nesta joined Jah.
  • ziggy the great

    By dabballballa
    this album is so good! it makes me so happy. Dragonfly is my all time favorite, and all my friends LOVE it as well. peace out, love ya ziggy
  • Ziggy grows up.

    By Savizon
    Great album. I found myself playing this soul-edifying album over and over every day during a dark year in my life. "Never Deny You", the Judas berating tune, is so blissfully sweet; "I Get Out", the strength-invoking tune to be oneself without apologies to even those closest to you; "Melancholy Mood", and "DYKL" are my personal favorites from this solid opus. Truely his best album!
  • Great Album

    By Wevertt
    Even though I just recently got intersted in reggae, I have heard most of the greats like Peter Tosh, Burning Spear, and Ziggy's dad,Bob Marley. I have heard all of Ziggy's albums so far and I have to say that this one is the best because it sound like true reggae in Ziggy's own style, not the American synthecized stuff that keeps appearing on his other albums. I highly recommend it for all new reggae fans and reggae purists.