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Bob Marley: Spirit Dancer
 
 
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Bruce W. Talamon, photog. Roger Steffens, text. Timothy White, foreword.
Publisher Norton  
Format paperback
Product Dimensions 4.9 x 5.6 x 0.5 inches
ISBN 9780393321739
Pages/Publication Date 160/1994
Daedalus Item Code 11062
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Twenty years after Bob Marley's untimely death he remains a powerful worldwide presence, both musically and in global society. In the last two years of his life Marley underwent a dramatic change, becoming a gentler and more philosophical version of himself. He also met photographer Bruce Talamon, to whom he granted unprecedented access, both on the stage and off. The result is this remarkable record of sensitive black and white images, paired with Roger Steffens's text tracing Marley's life from his youth in Jamaica to worldwide acceptance.

"Tasteful and well done, Talamon's photographic essay stands in stark contrast to some of the raw, slapdash products intended primarily to cash in on Marley's fame. The photographs catch Marley in relaxed, even introspective moods, and Timothy White's lengthy foreword lays to rest some of the misunderstandings and errors in previous Marley studies. Moreover, this is a thoroughly entertaining book that captures the mystical mood of reggae and advances the study of a figure who, like Malcolm X, to whom Talamon compares him, has grown greatly in influence and stature since his death. A moving portrait of a great musician, religious leader, and force for peace and justice."Booklist

 
 
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