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Fri Mar 21 17:05:11 2014 UTClccn-n810201530.00Rockabye baby!0.220.70What's my name? : Black vernacular intellectuals /14778710Bob_Marleyn 81020153565984Bob MarleyMarley, ... 1945-1981Marley, Nesta RobertMarley, Nesta Robert 1945-1981Marley, Robert 1945-1981Marley, Robert N. 1945-1981Marley, Robert Nesta.Marley, Robert Nesta, 1945-1981Marli, BobMarli, Bob 1945-1981Selassie, Berhane 1945-1981マーリー, ボブlccn-n82242979Wailers (Reggae group)pfrprfitrmuscmplccn-no2002116128Moskowitz, David V.(David Vlado)1969-lccn-n93040136Marley, Ritaiveproprflccn-n94107841White, Timothy1952-2002lccn-n82062310Tosh, Peteriveprflyrsngitrcmplccn-n93040142Wailer, Bunnyiveprflccn-n85132891Salewicz, Chrisivelccn-nr2002035909Tuff Gong Pictureslccn-n82110739Steffens, Rogerlccn-n93117687I-Three (Musical group)prfMarley, BobBiographyPopular musicReggae musicCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaPortraitsJuvenile worksRock musicQuotationsDiscographyJamaicaMarley, BobReggae musiciansReggae musicSingersPopular musicRock musicUnited StatesPolitical and social viewsMarley, RitaMassachusetts--BostonClergy--Crimes againstSheep ranchersMalicious accusationIrelandCriminal behaviorBrothersWailers (Reggae group)Ellison, RalphDouglass, Frederick,Tosh, PeterCultural pluralismWailer, BunnyRacially mixed people--Race identityRace relationsRace--Social aspectsIntellectualsRace relations--Political aspectsMusiciansLittle Richard,Holiday, Billie,Cooke, SamHolly, Buddy,Fitzgerald, EllaCharles, Ray,Dylan, Bob,Franklin, ArethaRock musiciansSinatra, Frank,Mayfield, CurtisBeach BoysImpressions (Musical group)Cline, Patsy,Armstrong, Louis,Cole, Nat King,Brown, James,BeatlesKing, Carole,Gaye, MarvinBerry, Chuck1945198119681970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320144674320724402BML420.M3313ocn050037260ocn403920905ocn027658914ocn047112476ocn047709975ocn044127423ocn181764012ocn035167949ocn049522822ocn026920118ocn050037260ocn049522822ocn046674913ocn048259215ocn035013694ocn035124190ocn054780657ocn000655895ocn781115639ocn050855071ocn658580723ocn659257837ocn658875249ocn659159395ocn762606123ocn658938975ocn658832515ocn658611843ocn659302668ocn761961088ocn298862578ocn779273214ocn857315221ocn857315150ocn085263832ocn035013694ocn781115639ocn743041386ocn796702815ocn839981193ocn796701048ocn796701045ocn796701051ocn742777629ocn760198707ocn779273214ocn661660646ocn658874403ocn658611843ocn659159279ocn658697287ocn658480366ocn765665393ocn658634506ocn659170931ocn077711540ocn690960892ocn780277179ocn676489065ocn693953139ocn674361101ocn767043647ocn676556027ocn444732737ocn440814108ocn442371253ocn440948463ocn780652396ocn444551938ocn440000718ocn839913528ocn226964763ocn781321793ocn742955214ocn816531423ocn805010699ocn658518228ocn724825645ocn724825666ocn724517766ocn724517830ocn781123263ocn781126866ocn691220993ocn796732596Singers152459ocn050037260rcrd19840.19Marley, BobLegendThe best of the Jamaican reggae legend and one of the most important musicians of his era, this album features the real version of "I Shot the Sheriff," the hymnlike "No Woman, No Cry," and the sheer joy of "Jamming."78667ocn048519647rcrd19770.18Marley, BobExodusPopular musicReggae musicTo celebrate its 30th anniversary, Island Records reissued one of the greatest albums of all time. Marley's 1977 original release was recorded in exile in the U.K., which transformed his career as it resonated with audiences around the world7152ocn488795664visu20100.17Flanery, Sean PatrickThe boondock saints II all saints dayFictionDramaFilm sequelsFor the past eight years, the MacManus brothers have been living with their father on a remote sheep farm in Ireland, far removed from their past vigilante lifestyle. When their uncle informs them that their beloved priest has been killed by the mob, and they are being framed for the murder, the duo return back to Boston to, not only, bring justice to those who are responsible, but clear their names+-+690204089632468572ocn047112476rcrd19730.20Marley, BobCatch a firePopular musicReggae musicWenn es ein Album gibt, das den Reggae in der Rock-Welt etabliert hat, dann war das <<Catch A Fire>>, Bob Marleys erste Zusammenarbeit mit Chris Blackwells englisch-jamaikanischem Label <<Island Records>>. -- Die Gruppe hiess damals allerdings noch nicht Bob Marley & The Wailers, sondern (wie auch beim Island-Zweitling <<Burnin'>>) schlicht und einfach The Wailers. In Jamaika kannte man sie schon seit der Ska-Ära, ursprünglich als Gesangsquintett, seit 1966 als Trio, bestehend aus Marley, Peter Tosh und Bunny Livingstone. Es war Blackwells Idee, aus dem Trio eine regelrechte Band zu machen, mit den Brüdern Aston <<Family Man>> Barrett (Bass) und Carlton <<Carly>> Barrett von Lee Perrys <<Upsetters>> als fester Rhythmussektion. -- Das Album wurde in Jamaika aufgenommen, aber nachträglich in England mit zwei amerikanischen Musikern (Gitarrist Wayne Perkins und Keyboarder John <<Rabbitt>> Bundrick) aufgepeppt. -- Der neue rockige Sound, zusammen mit explosiven politischen Songs wie <<Concrete Jungle>>, <<Slave Driver>> und Peter Toshs <<400 Years>>, hat dem bis dahin als blosse Tanzmusik verachteten Reggae international erstmals den verdienten Respekt verschafft - und Bob Marley zum ersten Superstar aus der Dritten Welt gemacht. (Quelle:, 16.10.2008)51451ocn042548396rcrd19730.19Marley, BobLegend the best of Bob Marley and the WailersReggae musicLegendary extended mixes, remixes, and dubs, including the remixes from the original US version of "Legend"49834ocn047856827rcrd19740.20Marley, BobNatty dreadPopular musicReggae musicBob Marley & the Wailers' first album together contains 10 tracks, including the well-known track No Woman No Cry4161ocn825047124rcrd20130.06Robertson, RobbieLegends, icons & rebels : music that changed the worldCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyPopular musicRock musicA tribute to more than two dozen legendary music artists who significantly influenced the landscape of music for generations to come, from Ray Charles and Bob Dylan to Chuck Berry and Johnny Cash40834ocn047991854rcrd19730.20Marley, BobBurnin'Popular musicReggae musicReggae40010ocn020532852visu19770.47Roots, rock, reggaeA street-level tour of the Kingston, Jamaica, music scene in 1977. Features performances, interviews, and studio scenes3823ocn403920905rcrd20090.12Marley, BobB is for BobRemixesOn this album, Bob Marley's most popular songs are reimagined by his son Ziggy Marley for fans of all ages37747ocn055751017rcrd19000.14Marley, BobBob Marley & the Wailers35938ocn047935374rcrd19800.19Marley, BobUprisingPopular musicReggae musicComing in from the cold -- Real situation - Bad card -- We and them -- Work -- Zion train -- Pimper's paradise -- Could you be loved -- Forever loving jah -- Redemption song35667ocn048490844rcrd19780.19Marley, BobKayaPopular musicReggae music34225ocn043343477rcrd19920.22Marley, BobSongs of freedomPopular musicReggae musicReggae34139ocn047934674rcrd19760.20Marley, BobRastaman vibrationPopular musicReggae musicIncludes Positive Vibration--Roots, rock, Regae--Johnny Was--Cry To Me--Want More--Crazy Baldhead--Who the Cap Fit--Night Shift--War--Rat Race3197ocn693824128rcrd20110.14Marley, BobLive forever September 23, 1980, Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PATouring in support of the album Uprising, this was Marley's last recorded concert30736ocn047985449rcrd19780.18Marley, BobBabylon by busPopular musicReggae musicReggae3045ocn085263832rcrd2007Chait, MarkRockabye baby!Juvenile worksLullabiesPopular instrumental musicBob Marley's lilting melodies, transformed by the soothing sounds of the glockenspiel, vibraphone, mellotron, adn other instruments, will gently sway your loved one to sleep29430ocn047977745rcrd19750.20Marley, BobLive!Popular musicReggae music2879ocn047709975visu20000.27Marre, JeremyRebel music the Bob Marley storyBiographyReggae musicThe story of legendary reggae superstar Bob Marley. The musician, the poet and the prophet. Includes previously unheard recordings, news footage of the time and live performances of many of his classic hits243827ocn067374916book19830.23White, TimothyCatch a fire : the life of Bob MarleyBiographyBibliographyDiscographyChronicles the historical, cultural, religious and folkloric milieu that shaped reggae musician Bob Marley's life+-+K45515053516126ocn231693753file20070.32Moskowitz, David VThe words and music of Bob MarleyCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography"Time magazine made Bob Marley's impact strikingly clear when it named Exodus the most important album of the 20th century. Throughout his life and perhaps even more since his death in 1981 at the age of 36, Marley's music has demonstrated a unique ability to combine with almost any cultural setting, no matter how different the elements might at first appear. Through his adaptable, yet enduring musical messages, he represents an especially articulate type of singer-songwriter. Marley released a large quantity of introspective, autobiographical material at the height of his success, and it is thus only in a work such as this - in which the artist is investigated through his recorded output - that one can understand who this great man truly was and what he hoped to achieve through his life and music." "The Words and Music of Bob Marley investigates Marley's creative output chronologically and provides complementary biographical information where it is relevant and helpful. Themes discussed throughout the book include protest, revolution, love, hate, biblical concepts, and Rastafari culture."--Jacket+-+108434027513343ocn181191004file20070.29Moskowitz, David VBob Marley a biographyBiographyTells Jamaican singer Bob Marley's life story, describing his childhood and youth in Kingston and rural Jamaica, the formation of the Wailers, the band's rise to international fame, and Bob's early death+-+042388868510545ocn456171322book20090.20Salewicz, ChrisBob Marley : the untold storyBiographyChris Salewicz interviewed Marley in Jamaica in 1979. In this thorough and detailed account of Marley's life and the world in which he grew up and came to dominate, Salewicz brings to life not only the Rastafari religion and the musical scene in Jamaica but also the spirit of the man himself+-+K70329013599715ocn052846662book20040.19Marley, RitaNo woman, no cry : my life with Bob MarleyBiographyThe wife of Bob Marley describes her life with the legendary reggae singer, from their courtship and marriage, through their tumultuous relationship, to his 1981 death from cancer and her own life as a musician and businesswoman+-+32131313258449ocn796841495visu20120.08MarleyCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyBob Marley's universal appeal, impact on music history and role as a social and political prophet is both unique and unparalleled. MARLEY is the definitive life story of the musician, revolutionary, and legend, from his early days to his rise to international superstardom. Made with the support of the Marley family, the film features rare footage, incredible performances and revelatory interviews with the people that knew him best7862ocn064771075book20060.21Farley, Christopher JohnBefore the legend : the rise of Bob MarleyBiographyDrawing from personal interviews with family, friends, and bandmates, the author profiles the life and career of music legend, Bob Marley+-+26448051556403ocn237325214book20090.06Medina, TonyI and I : Bob MarleyJuvenile worksBiographyPicture books"A biography in verse about the Jamaican reggae musician Bob Marley, offering an overview of key events and themes in his life, including his biracial heritage, Rastafarian beliefs, and love of music. End notes on poems provide further biographical information"--Provided by publisher+-+12075155166109ocn010484310book19830.25Davis, StephenBob MarleyBiography+-+79952952355855ocn030594663book19940.21Talamon, BruceBob Marley : spirit dancerPortraitsPresents a photographic chronicle of the life of reggae musician Bob Marley, accompanied by text tracing his life from his youth in Jamaica to his death at age thirty-six+-+81318584855784ocn039654879book19990.56Stephens, GregoryOn racial frontiers : the new culture of Frederick Douglass, Ralph Ellison, and Bob MarleyHistoryHeroes of black history and consciousness reconsidered for a contemporary understanding of multiracial culture. -- Publisher's description+-+K7089167055741ocn668194864book20110.22Grant, ColinThe natural mystics : Marley, Tosh, and WailerBiographyTraces the history of the Wailers from their upbringing in the slums of Kingston to their first recordings and superstardom through the lens of Jamaican politics, heritage, race, religion, and the cultural revolution taking place in the 1970s+-+12663584855374ocn031883331book19920.20Boot, AdrianBob Marley : songs of freedomBiographyPictorial worksOverzicht in woord en beeld van leven en werk van de Jamaicaanse reggaezanger (1945-1981)+-+68699759655114ocn052086268book20030.70Farred, GrantWhat's my name? : Black vernacular intellectualsIn this study of four citizens of the African diaspora--American boxer Muhammad Ali, West Indian Marxist critic C.L.R. James, British cultural theorist Stuart Hall, and Jamaican musician Bob Marley--Farred develops a new category of engaged thinker: the vernacular intellectual. He offers a vision of intellectual activity that is as valid in the boxing ring as in academia+-+41688116355075ocn055672702book20040.24Bordowitz, HankEvery little thing gonna be alright : the Bob Marley readerCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyA collection of essays about the life and influence of reggae musician Bob Marley+-+35986315855064ocn062134716book20060.24Goldman, VivienThe book of Exodus : the making and meaning of Bob Marley and the Wailers' album of the centuryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography"Bob Marley is one of our most important and influential artists. Recorded in London after an assassination attempt on his life sent Marley into exile from Jamaica, Exodus is the most lasting testament to his social conscience. Named by Time magazine as 'Album of the Century,' Exodus is reggae superstar Bob Marley's masterpiece of spiritual exploration. Vivien Goldman was the first journalist to introduce mass white audiences to the Rasta sounds of Bob Marley. Throughout the late 1970s, Goldman was a fly on the wall as she watched reggae grow and evolve, and charted the careers of many of its superstars, especially Bob Marley. So close was Vivien to Bob and the Wailers that she was a guest at his Kingston home just days before gunmen came in a rush to kill 'The Skip.' Now, in The Book of Exodus, Goldman chronicles the making of this album, from its conception in Jamaica to the raucous but intense all-night studio sessions in London. But The Book of Exodus is so much more than a making-of-a-record story. This remarkable book takes us through the history of Jamaican music, Marley's own personal journey from the Trench Town ghetto to his status as global superstar, as well as Marley's deep spiritual practice of Rastafari and the roots of this religion. Goldman also traces the biblical themes of the Exodus story, and its practical relevance to us today, through various other art forms, leading up to and culminating with Exodus"--Publisher's description+-+11370555964342ocn033042904book19960.06Dolan, SeanBob MarleyJuvenile worksBiographyTraces the life of the Jamaican musician who helped popularize reggae before his untimely death+-+30078564253586ocn230802552book20080.25Steckles, GarryBob Marley : a lifeBiographyDetails the life of Bob Marley, which covers his birth in 1945 until his death in 1981, and describes his childhood in rural Jamaica, Trench Town, his Rastafarian beliefs and practices, his politics, personal relationships, the legal battles over his music and estate, and other related topics+-+088210110635711ocn030547770book19830.27Whitney, Malika LeeBob Marley : reggae king of the worldCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyInterviewsPictorial works+-+K2345911063303ocn694509752book20120.17Marley, BobThe future is the beginning : the words and wisdom of Bob MarleyQuotationsIn this one-of-a-kind collection, the words of reggae legend Bob Marley are brought together as a testament to the deeply felt and powerfully motivated sense of spirit of the revered singer-songwriter and performer who helped spread both Jamaican music and the Rastafarian movement across the world. The texts, many never before published in book form, were gathered at 56 Hope Road, Kingston, Jamaica, where Bob lived and worked in the 1970s. In addition to a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, Marley was awarded a United Nations Medal of Peace. Bob Marley's wisdom came not only through his songs but also from his poetic, spoken words. The short selections in this book, which are compiled from interviews he gave over the years, will give readers a true sense of who Bob Marley really was and are bound to inspire them with his timeless message of faith, unity, and love.--From publisher description+-+6902040896324+-+6902040896324Fri Mar 21 15:23:57 EDT 2014batch89527