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|Named Person:||Bob Marley; Bob Marley; Bob Marley|
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|ISBN:||1857825969 9781857825961 1903402921 9781903402924|
|Description:||288 pages,  pages of plates : illustrations ; 20 cm|
|Contents:||Ever since his death in 1981, the mythology around Bob Marley has continued to grow. His groundbreaking music, from "No Woman No Cry" to "Exodus", and his belief in Rastafarianism have made him an icon to millions around the world. But the legends about him have often threatened to obscure the truth about this most enigmatic of stars. Now the real story is told by Marley's manager and friend, Don Taylor. He reveals a life lived at an incredible pace, including an attack by machine-gun wielding gangsters, the many women in Marley's life and his use of drugs - and not only ganja. Even after the musician's death, controversy continued with bitter wrangling over who should get his millions. This is the essential story of Marley's life and times.|