When Bob Marley went to Africa

From Africa is a Country Wed Feb 6 2013, 09:10:24

The public persona (and some would argue the politics) of Bob Marley, whose birthday it is today,* was heavily informed by his relationship with Africa (both symbolically and in a real sense). A good place to see that play out was in director Kevin MacDonald's critically acclaimed film, "Marley," where McDonald plays up that connection [...]

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