WOW - Bob Marley Interiew

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WOW - Bob Marley Interiew

Post by gavinbrisbane » Tue May 03, 2016 5:32 pm








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Gav, read this, it's totally dumbed down https://cambodiaexpatsonline.com/announc ... t6851.html
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Re: WOW - Bob Marley Interiew

Post by willyhilly » Wed May 04, 2016 5:55 pm

Great clip Gav. I have been a reggae fan since the early seventies when London was awash with reggae. George Negus and his crew are wankers, $1000 a day for protection-bollocks. I followed people like Johnny Nash, Jimmy Cliff, The Mighty Diamonds, Bob Marley,Gregory Isaacs, Burning Spear and many others from way back. Marley's grandfather was a Syrian Jew, there were many Syrians in the West Indies. Errol Flynn washed up on Jamaica never having heard of it and he had a 14 year old Syrian GF. There is a book about Ian Fleming called the Man With the Golden Typewriter, of course Fleming had the house in Jamaica and he knocked out a James Bond book every year when on holiday. His next door neighbour and GF was the mother of Chris Blackwell who founded Island Studios. Fleming asked the movies producers to use him as their soundman, hence Fleming was responsible for Bond and Marley!
There was an Australian guy who died last year who was the real father of reggae and had a studio in Jamaica in the fifties, I forget his name.
Good on you Gav, I love this stuff as you can see. My fav reggae track Peter Tosh-Johnny B. Goode.
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