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  • By Genesis on May 24, 2002

    Loved it! When I wanted to learn more about Marley, I started with this book. I'm glad I did. Bob had a sense of humour, a penetrating, thoughtful mind and a unique slant on many of the questions asked him. This book is also helpful because sometimes Marley's words were difficult to understand on video or tape.Marley's producer, Chris Blackwell, is credited with saying "there are no facts in Jamaica." He may be right--by now, I've read a lot of books about Marley, and they all have slight variations. But I could identify the variations by knowing what Bob said himself. That's why I liked this book.Do get it.One love.

  • By GG on May 30, 2002

    From '60's rude boy to creator of clenched-fist classics like 'Get Up Stand Up', Bob Marley In His Own Words is a fully-fleshed portrait of Bob built by author Ian McCann from hundreds of quotes and pictures. Through the subjects addressed--Rasta, struggle, politics--it's clearer why Marley is viewed in his native Jamaica as a spiritual leader and hero figure as well as a musician. His faith and resilience, gained from a background of poverty and violence, produced a tough positivism. He showed that through unity people could empower themselves for change.

  • By A customer on August 20, 2002

    C. Booker, his mother as well as the book Catch a Fire, stated that Bob Marley was the one who had been injured when a piece of metal went into his eye while welding. This book states that Bob Marley said it happened to Desmond Dekkar.. which is true? Other than the question of factual info, the photos were really nice.


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