Today I share with you an interview that Richard Cromelin conducted with Bob Marley in 1975. The interview, published in Rolling Stone magazine on 11 September 1975, provides insight into Rastafari, the use of ganja as a sacrament, and Babylon. … Continue Reading
BOB MARLEY AND THE WAILERS LIVE AT THE QUIET KNIGHT, CHICAGO, IL, JUNE 10, 1975 There are many great live concert bootleg recordings by Bob Marley and the Wailers, many of which have been presented here on this blog over the past… Continue Reading
The Wonder Dream Concert held on October 4, 1975 at Kingston’s National Stadium was one of three events on the Holiday Jamaica package scheduled from September 29, 1975 through October 5, 1975. The concert was a benefit for the Jamaican… Continue Reading
While I was pleasantly surprised with the quality of conscious reggae album releases in 2012, even stunned by Midnite’s Children of Jah (an album I picked as the best of the year, I must say that it is Ziggy Marley’s Live… Continue Reading
This blog survives day-to-day because of the brilliant work of others. Vivienne Goldman documented the Wailers like nobody else did. She was able to do this because she was part of Bob’s circle of friends. She lived it. Endless bus… Continue Reading
NEW MUSICAL EXPRESS JUNE 14, 1980 CLICK TO READ IN THE DIGITAL LIBRARY
Peter Tosh played Centennial Concert Hall in Winnipeg on September 4, 1980. Here is the concert review from the Winnipeg Free Press, published September 5, 1980.
Here is a concert review for Peter Tosh’s performance at the St. Denis Theatre in Montreal, CA on October 13, 1981. The article, dated October 18, 1981, was published in the Lethbridge Herald. CLICK TO READ IN OUR DIGITAL DOCUMENT LIBRARY…
Included here is a review for a show played by the Wailers on June 22, 1975 at the Bushnell Auditorium in Hartford, CT. The review, written by J. Greg Robertson, was published in the Hartford Courant on June 23, 1975.