Listen To Bob Marley: The Man, The Music, The Revolution by Bob MarleyListen To Bob Marley: The Man, The Music, The Revolution by Bob Marley

Listen To Bob Marley: The Man, The Music, The Revolution

byBob MarleyEditorCedella Marley, Gerald Hausman

Paperback | July 3, 2012

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An inspiring collection of poems, meditations, and lyrics by one of the world's most revered musical legends

Bob Marley's music defined a movement and forever changed a nation. Known worldwide for their message of peace and unity, Marley's songs—from “One Love” to “Redemption Song” to “Three Little Birds”—have touched millions of lives. This collection is the best of Bob Marley presented in three parts: “The Man,” giving an in-depth look into the life of Bob Marley; “The Music,” comprising his most memorable lyrics as well as links to many of his songs in iTunes; and “The Revolution,” containing his meditations on social equality and the Rastafari movement. Enriched with iconic photographs,Listen to Bob Marleyprovides insight into a reggae legend, the inspirational man behind the music.
Bob Marley (1945-1981) was one of the most beloved and bestselling musicians of his time. Born in the village of Nine Mile, Jamaica, Marley left school at fourteen to pursue music fulltime. A dedicated member of the Rastafari movement, Marley is credited with bringing reggae and Jamaican music to a world stage. Over the course of his c...
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Title:Listen To Bob Marley: The Man, The Music, The RevolutionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:234 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.7 inPublished:July 3, 2012Publisher:Open Road MediaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1453254765

ISBN - 13:9781453254769

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“Marley was the Third World’s first pop superstar. He was the man who introduced the world to the mystic power of reggae. He was a true rocker at heart, and as a songwriter, he brought the lyrical force of Bob Dylan, the personal charisma of John Lennon, and the essential vocal stylings of Smokey Robinson into one voice.” —Jann Wenner, cofounder and publisher of Rolling Stone