It's about damn time! When I first got this in my inbox, I thought I was preparing myself to see an atrocious portrayal of Robert Nesta Marley played by some American with a Jafaican accent. Fortunately, this looks to be a refreshing and original documentary about the legendary musician, songwriter, activist, leader and philanthropist. Appearances by Lee Scratch Perry, Jimmy Cliff, Bunny Wailer, son Ziggy Marley and widow Rita, and directed by Kevin Macdonald (The Last King of Scottland). Down bottom I've included a personal Bob favorite, just because.
Too busy trapping out the bando.
The BK spitter goes over Rico Richie's buzzing track.
The Stockholm-reared singer/songwriter dabbles in her psychedelic side.
Do the Smurf, do the Wop, Baseball Bat/ Rooftop, like we bringing '88 back...
Harry Powder: your friendly neighborhood street merchant.
Produced by Casssius Jay.