Bob Marley

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Jamaican singer who popularized reggae (1945-1981)

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THE FAMILY TREE: Bob Marley and The Wailers with The Jacksons in Jamaica back in March 1975
REGGAE group The Wailers Band, formed by the remaining members of Bob Marley and The Wailers following his death, will perform at Coral Bay next weekend.
REGGAE superstar Bob Marley was at the top with the compilation album Legend - The Best Of Bob Marley and The Wailers.
The couple had met soon after Bob's first major hit, Simmer Down, in 1964 and Bob Marley and the Wailers were beginning to become international stars.
The charity hopes 600million people will watch the film, directed by Kevin MacDonald, that is set to the Bob Marley and The Wailers song 'High Tide Or Low Tide'.
After all it's not easy to intrude into the day-to-day life of an effervescent and convoluted personality like Marley's - his relation with his mother, women in his life (not necessarily his wife), his struggle for racial identity (white father, black mother), his early days with 'The Wailers' and later years with 'Bob Marley and the Wailers', his transition to Rastafari style of living, his political bend, tryst with cancer and concluding rise to the immortality.
If the title sounds familiar, it's from an album by Bob Marley and the Wailers. Liquor, drug use; graphic language and descriptions of street violence.
Yno bydd Bobby Bailey and the Jailers, o Gaerdydd - grwp teyrnged i Bob Marley and the Wailers, ond sy'n gwneud stwff gwreiddiol hefyd.
Bob Marley and the Wailers. Aston 'family man' Barrett is in the front with bass guitar
As the two groups morphed into Bob Marley and the Wailers, "Family Man" kept a steady beat, anchoring the group's legendary rhythm section.
'One Love: Life With Bob Marley and the Wailers' by photographer and artist Lee Jaffe reportedly captures the band as they worked on their 1975 breakthrough album 'Natty Dread'.
In 1969, The Melodians, comprising Brent Dowe, Tony Brevette, and Trevor McNaughton, sang Psalm 137 in new Rasta voices under the title "Rivers of Babylon." The song remained local until "Bonnie Em," singing under the influence of reggae star Bob Marley and the Wailers, did a Cover Disco Version in 1975, which became an immediate hit internationally.
As a producer he's worked on early Bob Marley and the Wailers material, teaming up with King Tubby and pushing buttons for everybody from Robert Palmer to Massive Attack.
The answer: "BMW stands for Bob Marley and the Wailers."