30 Burst results for "Bob Marley"

Remembering Jamaican Producer Lee 'Scratch' Perry

All Things Considered

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

Remembering Jamaican Producer Lee 'Scratch' Perry

"In a realm where eccentrics are taken for granted. Jamaican musician Lee Scratch Perry was singular. Perry was a hugely influential producer and not just in his home genre, Reggae but in dance, music, hip hop and beyond. Perry died in Jamaica on Sunday at age 85. NPR's Anastasia Sulcus has this appreciation. Lee Perry got his nickname from a song he recorded early in his career chicken Scratch. Good. Someone like chicken scratch. He also called himself the upsetter. It was an apt description on many levels. He had a habit of having acrimonious splits with former mentors and artists he previously championed. You'll never get away from me. I am upset at Perry's own studio Black, Ark. He worked with many of Jamaica's biggest talents. Including junior Mervin, the hep tones, the Congo's and Bob Marley's band. The Whalers. Mr. Brown is a clown rides through town, even thoughtful. Black Ark. Was like a chemistry lab for Perry's sonic experiments. He was a pioneer of dub, underlining the base and adding reverb to create lots of oral space. He also sampled before most people knew the term or the technique used found sounds and even buried microphones underground to get the effect he wanted. Perry's partnership with the Whalers ended badly he secretly sold tapes they'd made with him to another label and kept the money. Years after building his fame studio, Perry reportedly burned it down. He was an impish, erratic presence, often in his later years, sporting neon colored hair and beard and fantastical

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Jamaican Reggae Legend “Lee Scratch” Perry Dies at 85

The World: Latest Edition

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Jamaican Reggae Legend “Lee Scratch” Perry Dies at 85

"Finally today and amish to jamaican record producer musician and songwriter lee. Scratch perry who died yesterday in western jamaica. He's been described as a recording studio wizard. Someone who impacted music production from new york to tokyo perry grew up in a poor farming family and the jamaican countryside. His first job in the music industry was selling records for one of the best known record labels in jamaica studio one disagreements over writing credits and payments lead perry to start his own label even wrote a song about the tension with studio ones owner. People funny boy reached beach. You people funny boy became a top five hit in the uk. Sales allowed lee perry to build his own recording studio in his backyard. In kingston the black ark became legendary perry the mad scientist's studio his lab for sound a sound that essentially reinvented reggae. Musicians tip their hat to multi-layered dub plastics like lee perry's nineteen seventy seven disco devil as a producer. Perry could also play it. Straight as he so masterfully did during several sessions with bob marley and the wailers we leave you with their nineteen seventy song soul rebel co written by bob marley and lee scratch perry produced by mr perry who left us yesterday at the age of eighty.

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Bunny Wailer, reggae luminary and last Wailers member, dies

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Bunny Wailer, reggae luminary and last Wailers member, dies

"Reggae musician bunny Wailer of the whalers has died at the age of seventy three from complications from a stroke in July according to his manager I marches are a letter with the latest my dream bunny Wailer whose real name was never Livingston was the last surviving member of the whalers which he formed in nineteen sixty three with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh there nineteen seventy three catch a fire album made them huge stars in Jamaica we wanted not like touring internationally and left the band the following year Wheeler formed his own label and released several albums he spent much of his time as a farmer in Jamaica's mountains

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Reggae Icon Bunny Wailer, Founding Member of the Wailers, Has Died at 73

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Reggae Icon Bunny Wailer, Founding Member of the Wailers, Has Died at 73

"A reggae music giant has passed away. Today in Kingston, Jamaica, and he was a member of the original Wailers trio, along with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh and reflecting on his career a few years back, Bunny said. The Wailers are responsible for the Wailers sound, Bob Peter and myself. We are totally responsible for the Wailers sound and what the Wailers brought to the world and left as a legacy and although he left the group Relatively early on his things took a different direction. He went on to do his own prolific work, and he even won the Grammy for best reggae album three times in the nineties. But let's take it back to the roots and listen to the early vocals of

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"bob marley" Discussed on Reggae Lover

Reggae Lover

07:03 min | 8 months ago

"bob marley" Discussed on Reggae Lover

"Welcome to the reg a lover podcast regular of a podcast is Khalil Wonder in the building and I'm a guard what up peeps Jose. The nice up radio.com all the people listening live right now. Give thanks give thanks. Yeah the shadow to everybody listening all the Digital streaming platforms across the world. Yes indeed off today. So first show of February, this is Black History Month and this is also a reggae month indeed indeed time of year where we cover more wage birthdays of the reggae love her crew. Yeah both a card and I one week apart, you know, right at the beginning of this month happy birthday need a goes out to Fallen Soldiers like bunny rugs. Falling so just like Dennis Emmanuel Brown the Crown Prince of Reggae. That's bunny rugg's formulae of the group Third World Dennis Brown. And of course the king the legend Robert Nesta Marley Yeah, man. So today's show is all about Marley, right? We didn't you know, it's a happy birthday anniversary and we're going to do our first top-five or the season the top five Bob Marley songs our favorite top five the top five greatest Bob Marley songs of all times according to a garden clue. Yes, so that would be our favorite Cena. Meaning of course demands tough tough. We did top five before where Bob Marley kind of domination. I think it was on the top revolutionary songs list. We're at Jamal joined us on that show. Each of us had like, I mean restroom all had like eight Bob Marley song. She was just trying to list off as like way bro. This is a top-five. What are you doing? Yeah. Oh boy. So this one is going to be interesting. You know, I mean shoe we need to say anything else before we dive into this. Well, I'll just make my usual disclaimer that you know, my list is my view, you know, and not anybody who doesn't like it you can make a list and go on Twitter or Instagram email us you can do whatever you want. But if you have a problem with it tough cookies work or buy a shirt with it. Yeah, man, this list is personal for me. All right, we're not talking sales. We're not talking the most popular. This is what this is my personal Bob Marley top five. I'm just going to say that. Yeah, man, and for more information, you know, if you haven't checked out the Bob Marley dead. Go see episode of Regular lover which we did a replay of that about a month ago. Hm. Please refer to that episode where we kind of break down some facts about Bob's career and his his life and his legacy, you know, we explore like why there's never been another artist quite like with him and why he's so revered and respected around the world. So definitely check that out. I was listening to an audiobook about Bob Marley on Audible entitled so much things to say, it's an oral history written and performed by Rodger steffens. He spent time down in Jamaica interviewing everybody including Marley and everybody that was around him. So I'm talking Rita Marley skill Cole film Crews that were down filming him, you know, all the members of The Wailers. He's having these conversations in these interviews that he also collected while he was doing the radio shows off. All this information into a book. What's so great about is it just immerse has you into the experience quoting Pizza bunny the incidents happen with Bob getting shot the concert when she brings it to political leaders on stage. And so you really get the excitement the energy and we have a special deal go to Audible and get a free trial of audible visit Oddball trial, and there you can grab a free copy of this book. And the reason why I like audible is because I like to learn new things but sometimes I don't have time to read a book. I don't have time to sit there and leaf through the pages cuz I got work to do. So, I like to listen to books in the car. If I'm riding a bike. Just taking a walk in the neighborhood. There's so many different ways that you can actually learn new information or be entertained. It's a very convenient way to take in new information and be entertained visit audible trial off. Slash reggae lover were okay. So you're going to go first with your top five row or yeah. Sure. Yeah your own you're the eldest up. So do we wash go back and forth or I should just like go go list off my top five. Yeah, we could why don't we do back and forth that sounds but but but but what if that's okay if it's if if it's the same one we can both so we can both had our notes, correct because this isn't for me is no particular order. It's not a countdown same. All right. So with that being said, I'm sure some of the songs are going to be maybe duplicates. I don't know this is going to be interesting. You know, I might have a totally different list than you, you know, we haven't pre-planned this month. So like I said, this is my top five it's in no particular order. I repeat no particular order, but this one is the one that jumps out at me jumped out at me home. When I first started the list and it was also I believe featured in a revolutionary songs list and this is Redemption Song to me ironically know this is the most unique of of all of Bob Marley songs, simply because I'll tell you why you're off the opinions know because first of all, it's one hundred percent acoustic. It's literally only Bob and a guitar. There is another version out there to where there is an entire band. I'm not familiar with it. But in my notes I saw that that they did that as a bonus track in one of the album's one of the re-releases and when SpongeBob did it live he also, you know as a also used the band so, you know Redemption song came out on the Uprising album is the final track wage. Rising album produced by click crisp at Blackwell of Island records and interestingly enough the lyrics that are quoted in the song emancipate.

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"bob marley" Discussed on Reggae Lover

Reggae Lover

05:35 min | 9 months ago

"bob marley" Discussed on Reggae Lover

"And that's the difference between him and a lot of artists. You know a lot of artists believe similar things. Well bob leaves but they're not going to go out there and literally take a bullet be like all right you know. I just took a bullet. That's going to embolden me of more. You know. I mean it was a logical thing to do the say. Hey it's too hot right now. i'm gonna leave you know but it's not like he left. He went to america or somewhere and said all right. I'm just going to chill make some music. He toured the world and he was ambassador. You know for lack of a better word for his music and for his country. So yeah it was. Well deserved coming up in a couple of days. It's it's going to be. The date that commemorates bob marley's birthday february six. So you know we wanted to just take some time out to talk about the man of the moment and his incredible amazing legacy. You know to what you said like he literally had people lining up here is like a line out his gate at his house there on hope road and people will come to him and he would sit there and listen and whatever he had he would give you'd literally give money out of his pocket the people in the community. You know what i'm saying. So yeah mount definitely was a one of a kind thing. I don't know of many. Id's today data taking a page out of that book. So let's talk about the music. 'cause we talk a lot now on initial about music business. The last episode was all about the business of of reggae. And you know we talked about some things that artist can do on the business side but also stylistically and strategy wise to increase their chances of making it. So bob was one of these people that okay. This is a time of one track recording. So it's not going into a computer and different stems in different pieces of of different words getting put together and and perfected with auto tune and computer software. This is we're going in and everybody is singing at the same time. Every musician is playing at the same time. And we're going to record it and we're going to take the i take you know what i'm saying so and the way everybody did it back then but marley if you're familiar with his catalog you'll see that there's different versions of different songs. And that's because of the process that he undertook. Everybody didn't do this. We're talking rehearsing from night. Tilt from whining until night. Everyday squeezing in some some soccer football to to keep the lungs and and the body healthy and fresh you know sh eating good food just a very strict regiment every day you know and then in terms of recording sometimes they'll go in and do the same session twenty times in a just looking for just that perfect take then later as you started to to travel and you know. He started working with island records. Sanal chris blackwell and the whole team was around him. He's taking cues from different people. A lot of artists would be stubborn and we set in their ways. And you know be like. Oh this is the way my music is boom bam bam but no he had he was open minded enough to say all right. We're going to bring in the i. Three's going to bring you know the female voices and he's like all right. Okay cool you wanna bring in some more strings. Okay bringing extra strings like they do in rock music because you know the people that like rock music will appreciate it more. It would be more appealing than you know at different times. They're bringing in different horns different instrumentation on doing different remixes and things of that nature Just experimenting with the music so not just to keep it at the same place where where it started out you know like this is our reggae reggae sound but being open minded enough to say yes. We're going to add this. We're going to add that we're going to switch it up and then when it comes to taking a road going on tour. He went years where he didn't perform for any black people. Going places where it is mostly white people in the crowd. You know what i'm saying. I'm sure back then. A lot of people were like you know. Hey know you know how it is. You selling out man. You're not you're not doing for the people you know what i'm saying. People started out with a net right. If he wasn't doing that we wouldn't be talking about him right now. Definitely has an artist or producer on the creative side of the business. There are so many lessons to be learned just from studying the mood of bob marley. And there's plenty of material out there. I strongly recommend it man. I so strongly recommended on. Especially if you're in reggae music. Because if you don't know bob did maybe you know you don't really know what you're doing like that history that you really need man. Yeah it's in similar to some some painters have periods right. Bob marley has periods. And and what you're saying about the island island records period. It was kind of like you know me. I love my comparisons. I'll compare it to michael. Jackson quincy jones. And i'm saying when they when they went into the studio did thriller. That's.

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"bob marley" Discussed on Reggae Lover

Reggae Lover

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"bob marley" Discussed on Reggae Lover

"Collision mitigation braking system and adaptive cruise control. Oh and don't forget to turn on your heated seats it's gonna get cold. Sorry your local honda dealer So he's pulled off a number of courageous feats and and so for that. I think that goes along with with this wonderful legacy that we're talking about is not just music so also you know his music itself like he had to get up. Stand up song yet. The song war. Our member can nineteen eighty. There is a civil war. Going on in southern rhodesia now zimbabwe. They gained independence from britain The freedom fighters the rebels us. Bob marley's music as dare rallying chant and all number. They had less weapons. It has been a long bloody fight. There were ready to give up really you know as i really no way that they could really do what they did without bob marley's music and they totally gave him that credit. You know so to the point where he went to zimbabwe to perform and he was welcomed like a hero like a brother And that must have been just the most amazing incredible atmosphere at that concert but his music at an international impact. Definitely not to be taken lightly and all those things add to the the mythology so to speak you know. I mean it's well deserved. These things are are not things. That.

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"bob marley" Discussed on Reggae Lover

Reggae Lover

02:02 min | 9 months ago

"bob marley" Discussed on Reggae Lover

"Right right. Would you definitely has close to the same amount of offspring. As as bob marley you know. In terms of the potential of the legacy carrying on with the meyer. He's you know his son. Marcus as we know has is own label establishing studios in jamaica. And he's been active for the past ten years or so reducing and also recording his himself. So you know maybe maybe but yeah buju definitely. Has i think a very high expectation on you know surrounding him. A lot of people are looking at him as a savior of the music. Who's been released from. Babylon system returned to jamaica. And now to clean up the place maybe to usher in a spiritual awakening as tends to happen in the dancehall kind of on a cyclical basis. You know When he when he originally weren't rastafarian and Started putting out albums. I til shiloh. It definitely changed the mood of dancehall at the time where slackness was run into place. And then yeah you just started to come to a point in every dance when windows buju songs started getting played whereas like yeah a columnist just came over the whole place and you know everybody just had a certain type of reverence to them. And you know everybody's just kinda saluting the songs and lyrics coming from by intent that time. And i'm yeah man is definitely powerful. I remember getting goosebumps and stuff like that. In the dance you know. Just at his anthems that the songs became anthems from that time and with that it kind of ushered in a new wave of of similar type of content from other itis. You know so. We'll see that happen again I think i tend to think so..

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DJ Force X in Conversation

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

#175 Jinjer

"Like it's truly amazing. How metal can can be so sahni and warm and even if a lot of people would say that. It's not mel shut up but anyways i okay. I discovered reggae but in really twisted form of reggae rep called metal rock and stuff and then i started to do some research and i discovered bob marley and all and of course i. I had my dreadlocks on. So i was so into that.

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Johnny Nash: 'I Can See Clearly Now' singer from Houston dies aged 80

AP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Johnny Nash: 'I Can See Clearly Now' singer from Houston dies aged 80

"Nash has died. Here is a look at his life and career. might think of Johnny Nash is a one hit wonder. But not only did he have other hit songs. He also ran a record company was an American born reggae singer and helped launch the career of a friend of his A guy named Bob Marley. Yeah, Johnny Nationals, a lot more than the guy who made I can see clearly now a smash hit in 1972 as a teenager. His voice was compared to that of Johnny Mathis. And although Born in Houston, he helped champion reggae music here in the US and although I consider Clearly now is usually considered a source of inspiration. The meaning apparently was more practical. It is said that he wrote it while recovering from cataract surgery. Johnny Nash was 80 when he died of natural causes. I'm Oscar Wells,

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Johnny Nash, Houston-born singer behind hit 'I Can See Clearly Now,' dies at 80

AP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Johnny Nash, Houston-born singer behind hit 'I Can See Clearly Now,' dies at 80

"Other hit songs. He also ran a record company was an American born reggae singer and helped launch the career of a friend of his A guy named Bob Marley. Yeah, Johnny Nationals, a lot more than the guy who made I can see clearly now a smash hit in 1972 as a teenager. His voice was compared to that of Johnny Mathis. And although I can see clearly now is usually considered a source of inspiration. The meaning apparently was more practical. It is said that he It it while recovering from cataract surgery. Johnny Nash was 80 when he died of natural causes. I'm Oscar Wells. Gabriel Singer songwriter Johnny Nash

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Johnny Nash, singer of ‘I Can See Clearly Now,’ dies at 80

AP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Johnny Nash, singer of ‘I Can See Clearly Now,’ dies at 80

"Has died can see Clear way you might think of Johnny Nash is a one hit wonder, but not only did he have have other other hit hit songs. songs. He He also also ran ran a a record record company company was was an an American American born born reggae reggae singer singer and and helped helped launch launch the the career career of of a a friend friend of of his his A A guy guy named named Bob Bob Marley. Marley. Yeah, Yeah, Johnny Johnny Nationals, Nationals, a lot more than the guy who made I can see clearly now a smash hit in 1972 as a teenager. His voice was compared to that of Johnny Mathis and, although I can see clearly now is usually considered a source. Of inspiration. The meaning apparently was more practical. It is said that he wrote it while recovering from cataract surgery. Johnny Nash was 80 when he died of natural causes. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel Anthony Davis three Pointer with

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The writer, singer and producer of the classic “I Can See Clearly Now” has died

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

The writer, singer and producer of the classic “I Can See Clearly Now” has died

"Singer songwriter Johnny Nash has died here's a look at his life and career we think of Johnny Nash as a one hit wonder but not only did you have other hit songs he also ran a record company was an American born reggae singer and helped launch the career of a friend of his a guy named Bob Marley yeah Johnny Nash was a lot more than the guy who made I can see clearly now a smash hit in nineteen seventy two as a teenager his voice was compared to that of Johnny Mathis and although born in Houston he helped champion reggae music here in the U. S. and although I can see clearly now is usually considered a source of inspiration the meaning apparently was more practical it is said that he wrote it while recovering from cataract surgery Johnny Nash was eighty when he died of natural causes I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"bob marley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"bob marley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"That is Bob Marley in unfortunately on this day in nineteen eighty passed away from lung cancer I did not know was that long ago it has well it is music still let you don't think of him as being gone yes ma'am wow I don't know why before I was born for some reason I don't like the nineties one is also has a lot of sons yeah all right thank you very much number Walt Disney World and Disneyland closed down for over a month but Shanghai Disney is open once again there you go I know so they're saying that if they've empty seats knows no hugs from Cinderella nothing nothing like that they've got to keep their distance from each other but I dizzy at least was able to open that park this is a test run I need to see how well it could go other places right little scary I don't know how I would feel about taking my child on a ride I would drive them crazy I would sanitize them not just leave them and it's a three day I yeah I don't know if they're clean how often they're down the rights or some rides are closed so they don't have them all open and again to make the part that makes me sad as the kids can't hug the characters and what do you do you stand in front of no wave out of my head just don't touch wood in the house all right one California city of they are declaring all of their businesses ascential after they've handled it everything is essential we'll have that and the top stories coming up Alexa Hey.

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"bob marley" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"bob marley" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"To the legendary Bob Marley and shouted a family to family shows us so much love so shout tamale families to seventy fifth birthday anniversary this year right when we come back positive no snow moves the breakfast at the you mean thank you the nose we may know more now is just like John but Stacey most you coming in at three OO she me that come up he's just a she well we mean even make it to she she is just a he's just goes who put this together someone the show is.

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New 'Redemption Song' video celebrates Bob Marley's 75th

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:06 min | 1 year ago

New 'Redemption Song' video celebrates Bob Marley's 75th

"Bob Marley would have turned seventy five this week it was just thirty six when he died of cancer in nineteen eighty one but his legacy is imperishable and in your brain this week is just eight released a new music video to accompany this track them shins on all so that the merchant ship I mean it's softer to from the Ziggy Marley Bob Marley shun joins us now from Los Angeles Mr Marley thanks so much for being with good to be with you know your father has been described over the years as a groundbreaking musician a best selling revolutionary an international superstar what do you what do you want us to know about him and remember about him today well he's a loving man you know the loving man noting that is the most important thing you were twelve I guess when your father died what do you remember yeah well it's a side in those this you know but I remember him one German as when he was sick we visited him in your area yeah just lost his here you know and we were very like said the kids were Danny was you know trying to make fun with us and try to make us laugh and check to see a positive side I remember that I remember that does a part of his personality twenty nine lighten the load yeah yeah what term what major father such a great performer do you think such a big star well a team can feel it you know the same feeling done in you grew up in that because it's so weird dancing and moving your body as expression of a spiritual connection that was a part of his upbringing so I feel like it's some nuts in him it's not so much as before a minute does express didn't that's proof that you're feeling you know do you have a favorite song of all album survival is the default things all our favorite seven and again because you know we can have one son how okay when the during my early teen years that album kinda give us some direction and give us some knowledge because it was our first century because in a with a bow is unification and the stuff that made the team has a young teenager Hannah yeah a quarter of all the reggae listen to buy American was recorded by your phone that's amazing many years after his death nine does a good one knows looking at the Bob Marley seventy fifth anniversary website the other day in big letters shares love peace freedom that kind of how it's turned out today well for the majority of people there because the majority of people are good people are peaceful people but what does that low it would just not on the TV what does not dinner we're not in the news but it doesn't do that making the wire in the news nine so we are more the peace the people are more the good people are more loving people are more where most of the people it does sometimes it was still loose even though we're the most Ziggy Marley a son of Bob Marley who would have turned seventy five this week thanks so much for being with us him and give thanks

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"bob marley" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

16:19 min | 1 year ago

"bob marley" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Was a great choice. Put that in so one thing that happened. While on tour was rita got to meet two of her half sisters because her dad had had an affair with a woman in Sweden he was in England and and read a found out about them in the seventies and while touring she had this big family reunion. They got really close after that so that was really cool. Yeah you you mentioned Bob. His other kids and everything. So if you're wondering about the two other sons that Bob had the few years previous it was Rita who actually made sure that they were tended tended to and that those women got enough money to provide for them but there came a point Morita thought all the children should be together and Rita says they took the min so I have no idea. Exactly how many of Bob Kids from other women. She began raising but she said their mothers would come and visit like hope road and that they seem happy with the situation like they were living there. So Bob had three more children with random women in nineteen seventy three seventy five seventy six six. So I know for sure they took in Karen who was born in Nineteen seventy-three and at least one of the sons born in Nineteen seventy-two not sure how many others okay but there's there's a lot of them floating around now hard to keep up with all the kids. Rita actually did confront Bob about all these babies. and Bob's line about it was that reader couldn't possibly have all the babies that he felt that he should have and yet he didn't want to put the burden on her body. Do you favor yes you you know you. That's too much having one every year. So these other women you know they're making up for it. He's a master bullshit. He'll so rita actually actually has her last child her six. That was a daughter named cerita in nineteen seventy-five all daughters except for his two sons back. And that's daughter was with tacky the guy that he was still around in a good friend. Yeah so some. Barley Sometimes sang about political issues and was a bit of an activist in late. Nineteen seventy six. There was this big election happening in Jamaica. Intentions were really high. There's a a lot of issues and divide lots of crime and death at the time. The government actually came to Bob to help bring the people together and a free piece concert called smile. Jamaica was about or was going to take place on December fifth nineteen seventy six so tensions at that time were at an all time high by and they were actually danger because people began. Assuming things about Bob's you know where his political intentions lay things like that. So on the Friday before the concert Kurt reader was leaving four hersal when she got into her car with two other young men from the neighborhood and she saw some men that she didn't recognize coming at had them with guns so she starts the car shots ring off the Rita feels something warm coming down her neck and realizes she was shot in the head. What yeah so? She immediately stopped. The car arrested her head on the steering wheel. One of the gunmen came over. Put The gun to her head but then said everyone's one's dead and never fired again so someone nearby must've heard the shots and called for police because she heard sirens they guys ran off. Rita got out of the car to find Bob. Bob had been in the kitchen at the time. He was also hit in the elbow by a bullet. And the man that had been inside with. Bob Don Taylor. His manager was shot five times but miraculously none of them were actually killed my God. Yeah so they were admitted under under police guard to the hospital and Rita was told they couldn't take the bullet out of her head yet as it was too close to her brain and they needed the swelling to go down. It was actually her dreads. That saved her her. Her RASTA dreads. So Bob wasn't going to let you know this experience scare him into hiding and he was like you know what I'm performing Sunday doing during this concert as planned some of the band members did back out and others came to help support. But guess who didn't Back Down Rita as I was going to say that still still hospital jacket with her head all bandaged of performed. How bad bad ass she does say those shots did change them them though and did scare Bob and being in the public and everything like I can't even imagine They did end up finding the men responsible for this shooting. So I need to talk about a woman now. That many remember as one of Bob's great loves her name was Cindy break. Spear Sydney was actually born in Toronto. Oh cool she was raised in Jamaica. She was four though of all. Bob's flings Cindy was most definitely the one he probably loves the MOST NEXT TO RITA so I guess it makes sense Rita on a disliked her from the beginning you know she knew she was probably her biggest threat. As I mentioned the timelines are often the book. And when I look up sending Bob's time-line line online it mentions them entering relationship in nineteen seventy seven. But in Rita's books indefinitely was in Bob's life before that maybe as early as seventy how many four. So I'm not really sure when exactly they became a couple or whatever but maybe as early as seventy four so cindy even lived at hope road and paid Brentford time. Rita does say over time. She began to like Cindy and they never had any bad confrontations or anything. Cindy was respectful fall to read as much as she could be considering the situation. I guess so by nineteen seventy seven. Read them bobber off again. His focus was on. Cindy well we don Barbara dealing with shooting cindy was experiencing her own fame because she won Miss World title in One Thousand Seventy Seven. Wow yeah so read. A mention is a her. Like Cindy and Bob planned to do a movie beauty and the beast but that fell through shell semesters that Cindy and her mother had expectations. That weren't met. She believes that Bob had told Zinni. Like I'm gonNA divorce going to marry you but that never happened Bob Did however move to England with Cindy and record for about six months after the shooting and in nineteen seventy eight. Cindy had their son together. His name is Damien. Oh I've that's unfamiliar early so read. Dan Him still talked almost every day though and she was still part of the band and went to England to record and tour and everything. Something really awesome for Rita happen. Though in the end of the seventies he's she was finally getting some recognition and attention for her own talents and the possibility of a solo record. Rose so a French record company named Hansa offered Rita deal for an album. Bubbas supportive of Radio but not very supportive of this. So apparently appear are agent named Kathryn came to visit Rita to like discuss everything. and Bob Literally chased this poor woman out of the house like in tears not cool no but Catherine was also bad Aska and shows like I'm not letting this man's scared me and she really pushed for Rita to you know do our own thing and they did like press together and everything so that album would be called who knows who knows it. Feels it the unfortunate thing with this. Though was it all began to break for Rita just at a time. When Bob's health started it to be an issue so nineteen seventy-five Bob had an injury? Playing football one. Another player was wearing spiked heels. Starting not heels shoes and stepped on his big toe so bob ignored his toe. It never healed properly. And then in nineteen seventy seven he reinjured it and the nail fall off off so yeah after that a malignant melanoma developed. Bob Did not believe the doctors who diagnosed this. They said that they could take take care of it by cutting off his toe. But Bob was adamant about keeping it and no matter how much rita try to rationalize with him. He just wasn't having it. She says she could feel his anger and resentment towards her whenever she did mention it to him and it got to the point where she felt forced kind of support his decision to keep the peace. Keep the to-. Oh yeah so bob cat believing. There's a sore toe it's going to heal. He checked himself out of the hospital. He went on tour like that he was playing crazy. Shows was that last tour Rita talks about how she felt she was losing him. The bond was voting. His health was deteriorating. He was ignoring it working even harder than ever are up early for interviews doing double show. Sometimes she really felt helpless and they would always just get an arguments one time time when they were in New York for show. Bob Actually passed out in Central Park so Dr King checked on him. Check the to- which of course was getting worse worse and they said you know this is spreading but bob would not slow down. She says for the first time on a tour there was like so much secrecy people are trying to keep her away from him him things like that. A lot of people of course relied on Bob for their paycheck rates. Keeping him going when we know the story this is not unique. Exactly hiding musicians is pain the APP so this doctor finally was confronting Bob saying cancer like this to- it spread it's in your brain your liver it's in your lungs. The doctor said you know you're going to die and finally they decided okay like maybe Bob I need some rest so rita was like really outrage that it got to this point and she did everything she could. She got Bob Checked into a cancer treatment center in New York and later Miami for radiation treatments and Cindy actually came from England and together the cared for him while and you know waving their incredible women are incredible. Yeah at this point. Cindy had actually moved on in Nineteen eighty-one she would marry another man but her bopper still close. He was the father of her son right. She didn't stay until the end but she was certainly there to show her love and support. So I'm not going to go into the painful details of his struggle and deterioration Tirupati. He lasted longer than expected but ended up passing away on May Eleventh Nineteen eighty-one he was thirty six. Wow yeah read of chorus took it extremely hard. This was not only her great love but her first real experience with death to a month before his passing Bob Receive Jamaica's Order of Merit and after his passing tens of thousands came to mourn and pay their respects. The funeral is a celebration of him. Leaders from both th- political parties spoke the whalers played. You know the I three played and so did Rita Bob's kids. They were now known as the melody makers so so unfortunately like so many other stories told when the musician dies young and at a high point in their popularity of legal battles tend to ensue. Peter and Bunny the previous wheelers came the woodwork. Again there was issues there. A lot of random people came forward with crazy claims man pretending they're BOB's father. More supposed children. One of Bob's all that kind of stuff a big old mess big old mess. Yeah but Rita was really determined to fight and maintain. Bob's legacy make sure all all their kids were supported. So that's Rita formed our Rita Marley music or Robbie. Marlene music kind of both. She was Iraq. Didn't big business manager here at first but she knew she had to do it and it came with a lot of trial and error and like broken trust and stuff. She goes into detail in the book. You know if if you want to read about it check get out. I'm going to skip some of that. Another thing. That sounded familiar. WAS THAT RITA decided to turn the hope road home into the Bob Marley museum cool and that's operated by the Bob Marley Foundation which is a charitable organization. Rita says all the kids are involved in the place in one way or another and those who visit shouldn't be surprised to find one or more of them on the grounds on any given day that'd be cool to visit and Redes- Queen of Sheba. Restaurant has even survived. Yeah they also have a bit of a museum at Universal Missile Studios in Orlando which they've given a lot of artifacts in order to keep spreading his legacy so she didn't like a personal presley. Yeah exactly and Hank Williams kind of thing so many and they also put on concerts every year on his birthday that feature the family members and the I three so to go on to be involved in many more recordings and many of their children if not all of them went into music as well ziggy and the melody. Makers were a group from seventy nine two thousand and two. They won four grammys..

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"bob marley" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"bob marley" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"She put her kids in the school. She made the home. She planted a garden. She got her license which was like a huge deal for her over time. Touring Allot so rita and the kids. It wouldn't seem for a while but when he did come home he was always going over there. To visit them really describes these times as more friendship base. There were still kind of figuring out their new roles in each other's lives lives. Bob was of course seeing other women. But there's always affection between her and Bob I like that. Yeah sometimes physical sometimes not but one thing that continued their musical relationship and trusting. Yeah many times Bob will come to visit. They'd sing or compose together. Apparently Rita actually helped him write a lot of the songs back then and as the kids were going up it became obvious that they shared the talent and passion of the family. So both of them of course really encouraged their kids and they would put on little like Marley shows as they called them in the cellar for friends and family. So with Bob Away as much as he was reading to find other friends and Amusements Schmidt Emmanuel own own Stewart who was known as tacky he was Jamaican soccer star. They developed a close friendship. which did not please Bob which is interesting? I was wondering during if something was going to be happening on her end with Saudi lt because she deserves a relationship right she does a stable one. She says that one time Bob Actually confronted tacky almost getting into a physical altercation and Baba's like you're sleeping with my wife. Ironically Bob shows up with a woman. He's sleeping within. has this fight like in front of her. So you know I guess he can screw whoever he wants but God forbid she does right so it's kind of like those incidents that led rita reaching her limit she says by nineteen seventy-three. Bob was just having so many public affairs. She didn't even want to be physically involved with him anymore. You know knowing he was having God knows however many other women at the same time his behavior also led to her taxis friendship turning into something more so he was really there for her. He saw what she was putting up with. Bob was concerned. He was not amused. So tacky. Really cared about the kids. It was there for them as well. You know anytime Baba's away. So there's there's very alarming and triggering and disappointing incident in the book. Sweat did want to warn people if you don't want to hear here's something negative. Go forward minute. Maybe so Rita says that. There's this incident in her words. She says that she was almost raped but she was definitely raped. She says at that point she'd really drawn the line with Bob. In regards to their sexual relationship it was over. She wanted nothing of it he he came over he wanted to have sex. She said no and she says he said you're my wife and I want to therefore it happened so she she says that happened and guess what no she gets pregnant so her third daughter. Stephanie was born in Nineteen Eighteen. Seventy four so because she was in these other relationships at the time and stuff some people including Bob Marley's mother claimed that Stephanie is not Bob but Bob always claimed her as her his own and Rita clearly believe so as well. I'm only adding name. Because I did more research on their kids online and I saw that okay. But tacky wasn't isn't even listed as a father. Another man is so I don't even know either way again. Bob Saw Stephanie is his and knowing he has super sperm. I'm not Indonesian it right. So Bob Asto providing for the family. They were working out there. ever-shifting relationships still having relationships with others. Rita Rita her own garden was becoming so successful that she ended up going into farming full-time. Nice Yeah Bob mcgarrell yeah. Bob Bought her. A farm agreed attended to it. She grew coconuts. nays bury's star apples oranges Avocados and more all organic and there was so much produce. Who says she had to give a lot away until Rita had a clever idea of opening up a little depot on hope road perfect? Yeah so bob was still there and always musician friends. So in Time Rita created the Queen of Sheba restaurant which was a huge success. It began as a juice bar but soon had an Donovan and they were creating more so this also helped to make read them more involved in Bob's life again in the kids as well 'cause she would bring them to hope road and they'd be there all day so things we're pretty good in their own way but as we know Rita does have this thing about wanting to be independent and at this point she starting to wonder you know. Should I divorce like like should we like. I don't know she you know she just wanted something of her own. She was feeling aimless. I guess a little bit. So this led Tarita joining a drama group that she describes as a light opera group and that led to read a singing again so from there she met up with some old friends. This who also some of Jamaica's top female singers Judi Moen and Marcia Griffiths who actually had a hit in the states called Electric Boogie and they performed together one night Eh. Marshes Greg's gigs. And the crowd went nuts and it incited that passion and read it again to be on stage so at the same time the whalers where ending their three album deal with island records and the other two wheelers weren't exactly happy with all the pr that had been done with the group. Going from the whalers to Bob Marley and the wailers was not something they agreed on and the other two members just decided to go their own way so that was really difficult for Bob but he pushed forward he kept the name found musicians. Got A new deal with island records just him and while recording his next album he asked Rita. Why don't you come down the studio? Bring your friends Martian Judy and when they got there they did backing work for a song he was working on at the time called natty. Dread and that session was so successful that it led to Bob asking asking the label if they would come on for the rest of the album if the getting compensated for it do you think they were actually read. It actually says says that in the book that Bob asked her like what how much and she was like. Whatever you're giving the other two so she stood up for herself off and yeah they were getting good pay and it was a huge deal for Rita indefinitely? Kind of reignited. Something there Bob then asked if Rita would come on tour with him singing on stage every every night and Rita and the girls who are now known as the I three they were on board and part of the band so thank God for Rita's and saving saving the day again agreed to take care of all these kids so they could go on tour they also had enough money now to hire a helper for her aunt and a friend took care of. Rita's restaurant yeah. Well she was away. Yeah so tour was a real exciting experience for Rita. She had done little ones before but now there were doing big ones. They had their own bus on hotel. Hotel rooms read insisted to be treated as one of the. I three not Mrs Marley Yup and even though she did still tend to Bob onto her she'd make sure his clothes were ready that he was eating properly and whatnot. She felt independent. They mainly toured Europe around this time usually for like three months at a time then they become home for a bit and and they were like that for the next seven years. Wow yeah also making albums inbetween. Of course I had no idea that their relationship had this kind of longevity yeah mazing and of course over seven years. There was lots of highs and lows. Their relationship went from something more to just friendship and back again again over time Bob would still bring his flings onto our times and when things were rough preteen them while also being super possessive of her what she she could and could not do on the road on Noyon Yeah. They're incidences where he would get jealous and acted irrationally over nothing and read it talks about having her two girlfriends friends in the band and how much that helped her greatly. Preda says sometimes on tour if we had an argument before the show and Bob wanted to apologize while we were performing wing. No woman no cry. He used that opportunity to come over to me. ONSTAGE put his arms around my shoulder sometimes with a kiss or a whisper and say say I love you in my ear. I was going to play that clip. But I'm going to play that at the end of the episode. I thought instead I play. Ah Ah tune that. Apparently Bob wrote four Rita to sing and it's called play play play. So let's play some Rita you. Yeah that.

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"bob marley" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"bob marley" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"She put her kids in the school. She made the home. She planted a garden. She got her license which was like a huge deal for her over time. Touring Allot so rita and the kids. It wouldn't seem for a while but when he did come home he was always going over there. To visit them really describes these times as more friendship base. There were still kind of figuring out their new roles in each other's lives lives. Bob was of course seeing other women. But there's always affection between her and Bob I like that. Yeah sometimes physical sometimes not but one thing that continued their musical relationship and trusting. Yeah many times Bob will come to visit. They'd sing or compose together. Apparently Rita actually helped him write a lot of the songs back then and as the kids were going up it became obvious that they shared the talent and passion of the family. So both of them of course really encouraged their kids and they would put on little like Marley shows as they called them in the cellar for friends and family. So with Bob Away as much as he was reading to find other friends and Amusements Schmidt Emmanuel own own Stewart who was known as tacky he was Jamaican soccer star. They developed a close friendship. which did not please Bob which is interesting? I was wondering during if something was going to be happening on her end with Saudi lt because she deserves a relationship right she does a stable one. She says that one time Bob Actually confronted tacky almost getting into a physical altercation and Baba's like you're sleeping with my wife. Ironically Bob shows up with a woman. He's sleeping within. has this fight like in front of her. So you know I guess he can screw whoever he wants but God forbid she does right so it's kind of like those incidents that led rita reaching her limit she says by nineteen seventy-three. Bob was just having so many public affairs. She didn't even want to be physically involved with him anymore. You know knowing he was having God knows however many other women at the same time his behavior also led to her taxis friendship turning into something more so he was really there for her. He saw what she was putting up with. Bob was concerned. He was not amused. So tacky. Really cared about the kids. It was there for them as well. You know anytime Baba's away. So there's there's very alarming and triggering and disappointing incident in the book. Sweat did want to warn people if you don't want to hear here's something negative. Go forward minute. Maybe so Rita says that. There's this incident in her words. She says that she was almost raped but she was definitely raped. She says at that point she'd really drawn the line with Bob. In regards to their sexual relationship it was over. She wanted nothing of it he he came over he wanted to have sex. She said no and she says he said you're my wife and I want to therefore it happened so she she says that happened and guess what no she gets pregnant so her third daughter. Stephanie was born in Nineteen Eighteen. Seventy four so because she was in these other relationships at the time and stuff some people including Bob Marley's mother claimed that Stephanie is not Bob but Bob always claimed her as her his own and Rita clearly believe so as well. I'm only adding name. Because I did more research on their kids online and I saw that okay. But tacky wasn't isn't even listed as a father. Another man is so I don't even know either way again. Bob Saw Stephanie is his and knowing he has super sperm. I'm not Indonesian it right. So Bob Asto providing for the family. They were working out there. ever-shifting relationships still having relationships with others. Rita Rita her own garden was becoming so successful that she ended up going into farming full-time. Nice Yeah Bob mcgarrell yeah. Bob Bought her. A farm agreed attended to it. She grew coconuts. nays bury's star apples oranges Avocados and more all organic and there was so much produce. Who says she had to give a lot away until Rita had a clever idea of opening up a little depot on hope road perfect? Yeah so bob was still there and always musician friends. So in Time Rita created the Queen of Sheba restaurant which was a huge success. It began as a juice bar but soon had an Donovan and they were creating more so this also helped to make read them more involved in Bob's life again in the kids as well 'cause she would bring them to hope road and they'd be there all day so things we're pretty good in their own way but as we know Rita does have this thing about wanting to be independent and at this point she starting to wonder you know. Should I divorce like like should we like. I don't know she you know she just wanted something of her own. She was feeling aimless. I guess a little bit. So this led Tarita joining a drama group that she describes as a light opera group and that led to read a singing again so from there she met up with some old friends. This who also some of Jamaica's top female singers Judi Moen and Marcia Griffiths who actually had a hit in the states called Electric Boogie and they performed together one night Eh. Marshes Greg's gigs. And the crowd went nuts and it incited that passion and read it again to be on stage so at the same time the whalers where ending their three album deal with island records and the other two wheelers weren't exactly happy with all the pr that had been done with the group. Going from the whalers to Bob Marley and the wailers was not something they agreed on and the other two members just decided to go their own way so that was really difficult for Bob but he pushed forward he kept the name found musicians. Got A new deal with island records just him and while recording his next album he asked Rita. Why don't you come down the studio? Bring your friends Martian Judy and when they got there they did backing work for a song he was working on at the time called natty. Dread and that session was so successful that it led to Bob asking asking the label if they would come on for the rest of the album if the getting compensated for it do you think they were actually read. It actually says says that in the book that Bob asked her like what how much and she was like. Whatever you're giving the other two so she stood up for herself off and yeah they were getting good pay and it was a huge deal for Rita indefinitely? Kind of reignited. Something there Bob then asked if Rita would come on tour with him singing on stage every every night and Rita and the girls who are now known as the I three they were on board and part of the band so thank God for Rita's and saving saving the day again agreed to take care of all these kids so they could go on tour they also had enough money now to hire a helper for her aunt and a friend took care of. Rita's restaurant yeah. Well she was away. Yeah so tour was a real exciting experience for Rita. She had done little ones before but now there were doing big ones. They had their own bus on hotel. Hotel rooms read insisted to be treated as one of the. I three not Mrs Marley Yup and even though she did still tend to Bob onto her she'd make sure his clothes were ready that he was eating properly and whatnot. She felt independent. They mainly toured Europe around this time usually for like three months at a time then they become home for a bit and and they were like that for the next seven years. Wow yeah also making albums inbetween. Of course I had no idea that their relationship had this kind of longevity yeah mazing and of course over seven years. There was lots of highs and lows. Their relationship went from something more to just friendship and back again again over time Bob would still bring his flings onto our times and when things were rough preteen them while also being super possessive of her what she she could and could not do on the road on Noyon Yeah. They're incidences where he would get jealous and acted irrationally over nothing and read it talks about having her two girlfriends friends in the band and how much that helped her greatly. Preda says sometimes on tour if we had an argument before the show and Bob wanted to apologize while we were performing wing. No woman no cry. He used that opportunity to come over to me. ONSTAGE put his arms around my shoulder sometimes with a kiss or a whisper and say say I love you in my ear. I was going to play that clip. But I'm going to play that at the end of the episode. I thought instead I play. Ah Ah tune that. Apparently Bob wrote four Rita to sing and it's called play play play. So let's play some Rita you. Yeah that.

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"bob marley" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"bob marley" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"The Bob Marley legend CB was one of those CD's that you would find in literally everyone's collection. It didn't matter if they listen to rap rock country. Funk alternative punk metal whatever. Everyone. Bob, Marley legend CD. I can't tell you another CD like that other bands are universally loved and appreciated, but no one's music cuts cut through and continues to cut through all genres like Bob Marley. Not even the very first L Afo CD, those a good one to be sure. But no, not even that one. It is interesting. And it's is it the message that the way of life is is it the gone. No, I don't think it's the Gajah. It is the spirit and the essence of music challenge channeling itself through an individual. I think there are those who make music, and there are those who bring the joy of music to people and Bob Marley was one of those physical embodiment of the joy of music. It's hard to explain but his lyrics of of heart ache of political uprising of inequity of injustice of protest. It speaks to that thing in all of us where we are aching to be free and aching to be loved. I have never connected with this music. Really? Yeah. Yeah. I buy I feel like missing something. You are. No Bob Marley song. No, one not even one that's hard to believe. It's.

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Protesters march through Paris amid fears of new violence

BBC World Service

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Protesters march through Paris amid fears of new violence

"That caused people to panic inside. Try and flee trampling over each other. According to officials and that caused a number to be crushed. We're hearing around one hundred have been injured about ten of them seriously. Now, they've been taken we understand to two nearby hospitals where the being treated. According to the United States is too far ripe protester guilty of murdering of women when he drove his car into a crowd of counter demonstrators to white supremacists. Rally in Charlottesville Virginia last year. A jury took less than a d- to convict James fields and all ten charges. He faced. You're listening to the world news from the BBC. The Japanese parliament is given its final approval to a controversial new law. Allowing hundreds of thousands of foreigners into the country to ease chronic labour shortages from April next year, they'll be allowed to take up jobs in various sectors, including construction a nursing Japan has traditionally been wary of immigration, but the government argues that bringing in more foreigners unavoidable because of the country's aging population opposition parties, see the new law has been. He's totally drafted. The Brazilian president Michel Temer says he is asked the governor of the state of rhymer to handover administrative power until the end of the year with the details. Here's candy. Mr Thomas said the federal intervention was needed to regain control after a series of protests and strikes by prison guards and police over pay ROY Raymond has seen violent prison riots this year, and the government is worried he could destabilize the state that borders Venezuela, but there's another problem to last month, the central government had to partially intervene in ROY Rama to deal with tens of thousands of Venezuelan migrants. The state authorities said they didn't have the resources to deal with them alone. The Jamaican reggae star. Buju Banton has returned to the island after being released from prison in the United States. He served seven years in jail in Georgia after being convicted of intent to supply kookiness, dozens of fans gathered at the airport in Kingston to welcome home. Would you Benton was Jamaica's biggest reggae star since elite Bob Marley? Australian schoolchildren have led protests by thousands of people against the plant coal mine in the state of Queensland the children invited adults to rallies in major cities demanding that the Indian company Adani abandoned, the project sponsor, Danny vowed to press ahead with the mine little be considerably smaller than original BBC news. Hello again. You're listening to weekend with me Pasqua Harsha and coming up in this hour. We'll be discussing a new trend co-parenting that's springing up a child by parents who are not and never have been romantically involved. His father will Kamei putting to bed. Read them and not nighttime story anything a normal. Father would you and it really works and YouTube called split up because you've never been together. Yeah. Exactly. And we are they are sleep best friends. Find out what our panel. Thank of that veracity Pillay in Johannesburg and Jonathan Steele here in London studio with me, but before we get into that Jonathan you've come to us fresh from a conference on Syria in London this week. This is a very interesting conference at the London School of economics, mainly with Syrians taking part. Basically the exiles. So they're not program in any way. But they were quite depressed about what was happening because who knows wars winding down, and that means that there's less killing going on the government is determined to sort of beaver said one of the academic said to be fortification mode. They want to make sure that this new resurgence of violence and song. And it even goes the question, whether the government wants refugees to come back because as one of them, again, another one put it the government doesn't have the resources not only not to feed people coming back to police them because the sources fear that there could be a new uprising us there wasn't twenty eleven and even talking about people coming back does that mean that there is a sense that the conflict is winding down. I think there's a definite sense. I think everybody agrees including opposition people. Hold up mainly in. Live in northwest, Syria. The rest of the country's back onto government control, the whole of Damascus big cities, Hampson Hammond. And. Leper so fighting house really calm down and the government claims they control what they call can the terrible phrase useful, Syria. The area. They consider doesn't matter in the northwest doesn't matter, but the big cities in the spine of the country, which runs no south from leopard entre Moscos's back from and government is very very interesting to hear the you say there's consensus that the conflict is winding down and get one of our contributors recently was talking about standing on the balcony of her home in Damascus and seeing the bombs falling on another part of the city will I think that's a little bit out of date. Now that used to be the case when I lost about a year ago. You could hear the poems and see the plain song. After the fall of Houston Huta in the spring of this year, pretty much, Damascus suburbs and back government control back under military control. But as hinting from this conference is the whole question of political Israel and government is not going to make any concessions, those can be no compromise or to alter the in fact, the Geneva talks dead dead sing because the government is determined to consolidate its victory, forty five country grounded Sern regime and not make any concessions tool, and as our other guest on the line from Johannesburg knows very well one thing is is the struggle. And another thing is the peace afterwards and Borussia Pillay on the line from Johannesburg. You've been looking into something else. We talk about South Africa we used to as the rainbow nation, but you have been looking at an undecided of racism within. Would you say? Within the black community. Absolutely. The skull within the black community and within the Asian community. And in fact, many communities I myself am of south Indian descent, so I really had from both sides being sort of sixth seventh generation growing considering by South African as well as of Indian descent and seeing just how these tropes play out. And because it's so much of a black lives have been discussed in relation to to whiteness and colonialism. It's only now that we started to have this conversations within black communities, which I think is really important that we start talking about how have we internalized notions of self hatred, and so on and a one of the one of the obvious things is the skin lightening creams, which understand you're searching. Yes, I'm actually writing a book on the topic of color rhythm and cutter ISM. You know? It's it's got so many. Sort of impacts in our society. One of them is of course, you know, the most obvious one is the very damaging nature of skin lightening creams in South Africa. We were fortunate enough to had those band very early on in in in our in, you know, in the sixteenth s the damage became apparent and people still use them they're widely available in black markets. And and you know, it's not just about the health risk. There's so many studies that show that lighter skinned people are lacking black people get much more in all kinds of opportunities job opportunities. You only have to look at Hollywood to see this. The light skinned the lighter skinned black woman is is usually cost darling. And the darker skinned black woman is cast as the villain and just how it is becoming in growing and growing conversation with these kind of things are being unpacked, and it really reaches across the world. And when I visited India for the first time, I was considered extremely dark, and and it's very interesting to me because I grew up under. The influence of black consciousness of Steve Biko where you taught to love yourself, and that influenced my understanding of my own skin color, and in India, it really was seen as a huge, Mark. I could not find makeup in my skin color. And I'm I could not find any creams that did not have skin lightening in them. And as you say this is prevalent across the rest of Africa, the Congo, Nigeria and so on. Coming. You mentioned black consciousness. I was just wondering right now, the ANC is. Emphasizing blackness much more. In fact, I think Tabor Mbeki recently said the ANC is becoming a black party. He was saying that was a criticism and you've got the economic freedom fighters. Rules, pushing sort of black power entering into this debate on on this sort of saying to toback people you shouldn't fool for this nonsense about calories and trying to look whiter than white. So absolutely. This is a very much a debate that I think is raging amongst the diaspora and blackmail across the world, whereas in South Africa because of the fierce black pride and a big movements towards owning your blackness. It would be considered very unfashionable to to avert. We say these things so it's really subtle. It's really a subtle thing. You know, they'll be adobe slang terms. Coined Appalachia skinned woman, yellow bone, and there'll be a preference towards them in music videos, and in also liberty culture. They'll be gradual lightning of our liberties getting lighter and lighter because they're using something called glutathione. Injections, which is not tested at all in terms of health implications, and literally lightens your skin. So there is this professing publicly of being proudly black while I'm working really hard to conform to a standard of beauty in terms of intensive one skin color and other aspects of how presents themselves. Hey up of fat. So while the ANC are very pro black. You know, there's so many issues for them to tackle. They haven't quite got onto this one yet. Well, let's hear more about that issue later in the program rationally Pillay on the line from Johannesburg and Jonathan steel here in London. But right now, let's go to France where the capital is waking up amid fears of another weekend of violence and new nationwide protest of the zone. All the yellow vests is due to take place in the coming hours, the government as well as major unions have called for calm asking protesters to stay away from places where many of last week's more violent incidents took place in the capital, but also in the rest of the country to in Paris, major attractions such as the Eiffel tower will remain closed today. But all of this is despite concessions from president Emmanuel Macron earlier this week, including abandoning a planned increase on fuel tax. And yet that hasn't appeased everyone tensions remain, very high as Hugh Scofield reports from Paris. It's

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Gussie Clarke Says Reggae Spreads A Universal Message

NPR's World Story of the Day

05:30 min | 3 years ago

Gussie Clarke Says Reggae Spreads A Universal Message

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything finally today. How about a little reggae. It is probably Jamaica's most recognizable and influential musical genre. And now it has been recognized by the United Nations reggae has earned an entry on UNESCO's Representative list of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity. Joining hundreds of other traditions from embroidery art integ- stand to bobbin lace making in Slovenia and one of the people pushing to recognize reggae on this list. Was Augusta's Clark known as gussie. He's been a leading reggae producer and music publishers since the nineteen seventies and has many hits to his name. He's also the founder of music works studio in Kingston, and he was tapped by the ministry of culture to help make the case for reggae. And he's with us now from his office in Kingston, the capital gussie Clarke, thank you so much for joining us. Congratulations. Thank you for the opportunity to spread the word that the world anew said, he's well, no, thank you for that. But the world already knows about reggae. So why was it important for reggae to get this official recognition as with any innovation recognition? Shen needs three placed at the head of those who created so as a country, we are somewhat of a cultural powerhouse. So we felt that it was appropriate for it to be, you know, recognized as with many other things we do that we were to innovators of this yard or music. So for the three people who might not be familiar with reggae already. Could you tell us a little bit about what makes reggae reggae? The most known factor about reggae is about the message in the music. And that message has resonated with people of a law social economic base. Gene. Coz, you votes troby hold on keep good have faith and love your brother, a good guy. So it's the message in a music a lot of people who've learned reggae just don't even sometimes under stunned. But it it's it's the beat is very infectious at it catches you. I mean, reggae is so much of an individual culture, and he can extend to the by their country, for example, if we have the same set the news today playing Samsung and tomorrow, they are playing the same on what field in a different mood. You'll get a difference on not the same. So it is subject to feel the mood of the individuals at the time of which they are creating what they are creating the UNESCO page about reggae states. That the music is a contribution to international discourse on issues of injustice resistance love and humanity, which are all just deeply important aspects of the human condition. But isn't there something a little strange about the fact that something that arises from people who are on the margins right? Who who do not have a voice, and then now to have it kind of brought into these elite spaces is there something a little weird about that. No. It just simply means it does cross Barton's bone Drew's cultures. Their person's over example, extremely well. Off might be run richest persons the world, there might not be happy. But the IRA songs that carry that kind of message at makes them feel good the. Might be persons who are pretty poor and brecca gives them the vibe feeling to work hard to rise up to the occasion and be better than what they are. So getting to the world front desk. Cross so many bones of social economical, cultural political, and it has a space in every different weird lands because he's not one dimension message. It could be love it could be defend yourself. It could stand up for your right? It could be don't be stupid. It has so many different message. It it resonates. Nearly everyone who gets upper trinity list property, so Mr Clark can you pick a song to play us out one love? It's the order of the day by Bob Marley one. Love is good enough for me. Right. That's legendary reggae producer. Thank you so much for talking with us. Thank you too. Bye.

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"bob marley" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"bob marley" Discussed on Bigmouth

"So for this to documentaries up as you said, the first one is about the assassination attempt on Bob Marley in some teas and the second one is. But when Johnny cash goes to play in the white TASS. Was lots of interesting both the bulb Molly one just the first one. I saw it just in court work. I didn't really know the story, but lots of times where I thought y'all just going. He was so great. He tweeted to amazing things. One foot was mentioned about him being very anti-politics, and it just felt like owned morphed that because it's like I just hate politics of whining teenagers, like white is his Rastafarianism inform that takes to politics has a little bit more gives a little bit more of an anecdote about this or whatever the all the footage is really interesting. But I felt I felt like a scene this conform. A talking heads format. It's very fate one behind the music, which is quite an all sorts of format on if I have done in different. Just tried and tested talking heads thing. You do I found with both of them. I was so dazzled with the footage and not just just the kind of tactile quality the footage the grayness. The fact that you'll see the world as it was when you were a child. I found that. So kind of -veloping that I it. Well to realize is being told the same story many many times. On. Put it as brilliant amazing footage when Bob Marley joins the hands of the opposition leaders Jamaica together, you know, but then they went over that didn't work and then the end much. Journalism around to build up the Johnny cash one. I thought was better and just well known story possibly, I didn't know much Bomani story. But. Dhamma the half was saying that the ball Molly stories in this documented lot in a brief history of some killings book prize a couple of years ago trucks, the whole story of that. So if anybody's read that people know that story as well. Yeah. Johnny story. I knew a little bit about any more about that. But I thought it was really fascinating how they they painted him a little bit more critically. How he was somebody that it was such a huge star in the late sixties. I, you know, he was like thirty seven number one in America in the late sixties, which is quite weird but floating between t- political science, you know, he was kind of like adopted, but both the left wing and the right wing in some ways when he went to the White House saying he's gonna pay these quite Nixon friendly right-wing songs peels jot, some other things those really interesting how he's trying to capture everything Jay did you make it because the extent to which they sort of these stories have been told many times,.

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"bob marley" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bob marley" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Bob Marley said, no stretching. Cheaters those threats freedom online thing. Team. I. The basketball offset the tune squad. To basketball, the guy gets fired, put a gun to the head of alien emoji. The street harassment galore. Cartoon cartoons. Wolff's really horny, like in nature or something, they get a bad read. Do you get very often? Yeah. Yeah. That was like, I'm playing for our freedom. Get. Why per bugs. He's not even that good Lola's wave and the court thrift up tear up the floor. Two. Would you either those numbers..

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"bob marley" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bob marley" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Bob Marley said, no stretching. Cheaters those threats freedom online thing. Team. I. The basketball offset the tune squad. To basketball, the guy gets fired, put a gun to the head of alien emoji. The street harassment galore. Cartoon cartoons. Wolff's really horny, like in nature or something, they get a bad read. Do you get very often? Yeah. Yeah. That was like, I'm playing for our freedom. Get. Why per bugs. He's not even that good Lola's wave and the court thrift up tear up the floor. Two. Would you either those numbers..

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Johnny Depp, Oprah Winfrey and Rinta discussed on Jason and Alexis

Jason and Alexis

02:31 min | 3 years ago

Johnny Depp, Oprah Winfrey and Rinta discussed on Jason and Alexis

"A lot of good dirt on mytalk, mytalk listen and learn upper Winfrey did an interview with, vote magazine and she says she lives, in a beautiful space of the duck pond she and as she leaves her home she's always, reminded of the line and the wizard of Oz when. Dorothy says I learned to I didn't have to look further than my own backyard She loves to just do nothing, and she can go weeks without turning on the television Under porch reads. A book can realizes. Okay I'm not reading anymore I can just take all this in I can just be Yep Life plus she's smoking a Doobie the size of Bob. Marley's. Right He's Oprah Winfrey only the. Best Okay Taylor swift is a true professional when it comes to, making sure that the swift says she lovingly calls her fans get what they paid for during her, New Jersey reputation concert this weekend a, storm swept in and soaked her but she didn't miss a beat and performed all nineteen. Songs while the rain poured down Pro fashionable my gosh, I mean that's scary central park yes I just feel like you know because of lightning Diana Ross didn't, think about that Boy prince. Okay all. Right let's see here Johnny Depp he actually. Showed up to Comecon this weekend Yes people were thinking he might not because they hadn't really promoted him being there. He did end up in the the panel. For the new fantastic beasts and where to. Find them he plays Rinta walled and he showed up he came out and. Delivered. A creepy. Monologue that sounded. As if. He was being fed lines through an earpiece Since we found out in. The Rolling Stone interview that he does that for his movies even And then he left to say to speaking to anyone or. Answering questions they hope, he realizes. How blessed, he is that man for. Everything. That's going on he's still getting work fun projects great characters people still love seeing him, yes Trailer, looks really, good Johnny, Depp aside the new trailer. Four Looks really really good go see it yes okay on TV, tonight, we have the bachelorette. It's down to the final three bachelors they traveled to Thailand, the final three are blatant Garrett and Jason we also have so you think. You can dance on FOX and then we have shark week don't forget, it's the. Thirtieth.

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"bob marley" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

DISGRACELAND

05:52 min | 3 years ago

"bob marley" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

"Hollowing hit off a spliff outside in the darkness roster vigilante surrounded the house, armed with great a Gonju for themselves and sharp Shetty's for anyone who dare come. Try and fuck with Bob Marley. Again. Bob, let his head wander, the smile, Jamaica concert was all I could think about, was he going to perform? Would he be killed in the process who would want to kill him? He was Bob Murli. Here's a man of peace. Has songs inspired people, love one another, not to kill songs of freedom. He fought for Justice. He fought for quality and this was horse shit. And this wasn't even supposed to be a political show. It was supposed to be his show Bob Marley show for his people. He had to do fuck this s.'s, fuck the politicians. Fuck the CI heared. One of his home invaders was so scared. He pissed his own short pants, amateur, Bob was a pro a professional musician, professional healer profit, a true man of the people at the punk shooter CIA back. No. So mercenaries had the balls to try and finish the job at the concert. The crowd would have Bob's back. He was Jamaica's favorite son or if things went south. And the assassins managed to get a shot off or worse, put a bullet in him. He'd go down doing what he did best bringing the truth, the people and dying for and it was a cause worth fighting for, especially at the weapon of choice was music in really going to blaze of bullets on stage. We're make him a martyr. And that's the last thing to see. I would have wanted martyrs last a lot longer than one term political pots. His mind is made up shit. On the day of the show. Finally came tens of thousands of bands blocked national heroes park. The opening performers, third world stage, not knowing if they'd be the reluctant headliners. The warm up act for one of the most historically significant shows in the history of breaking the history of music. What was going to happen? Bob Marley actually going to go through with where they warming up the stage for deadman. Crowd had no idea what to expect. What at the entire show was a ruse scam. What if ball was actually out of the country and hiding and all the concert goers were to be exterminated. That's a hell of a lot of PMP supporters wouldn't be live to cast the votes for manly or if the real Bob did step on stage, how long we last, where going to have to watch their hero, it rubbed out in front of it. Was this about to be some real life roster version of snuff film? The what is weighed on everyone, especially Rita and she couldn't stand the idea of not being there for has been for her country. She busted out of the hospital before being discharged, decided against chancing, taxing instead stole a car from the hospital parking lot and hide till that out. Chris Blackwell's house were Bob was laying low what she ride barely recovered from bullet wearing a hospital gown with not so fresh bandages added. Bob took one look at her and we considered maybe this wasn't such a good idea. He knew she need some convincing. Bob told her the plan was to do only one song Redick could get with that. It would be war, figuratively, and literally we confident in the victory of good over evil. Yes, war is a song that years later Schnitt O'Connor would sing. She ripped apart a picture of the pope on Saturday Night Live, but that was sticking your tongue out at somebody when they turn their back compared to the giant. Fuck you statement. Bob would make his assassination with the same song onstage later that day you're trying to shoot me down. Try again. You can't kill the tough guy effort to made around up the rest of the whalers, but since not everybody could be located by Showtime, it was decided that members of third world would sit in on the missing instruments. What was only supposed to be one song would unravel to become ninety. The most intense minutes of live performance ever captured on film. One of the cameramen may have been the son of former CIA director. But that was a red herring. The footage of the show is grainy in hyper real. The crowd is raging exchange of energy between Bob, the audiences close to being something you can actually touch. The stage itself is jam-packed with musicians, bodyguards and hangers on sworn protectors of Bob Marley keeper of the people's flame air to Russify himself. You can see it feel it. They're literally willing to take a bullet for the singer who survived a hellfire bullets just two days before a Marley himself flails. What little stage Spacey has he sees is if he's singing directly to the assassins themselves when you think it's peace and safety, a sudden destruction. Well, me say war. Songs course through him with an electric current of liberated masses, rita's at aside still in her hospital gown, and holding it down. Her head is still bandaged again from a bullet after seven songs of protest. Marley shifts the mood from defiance to exuberance, performs trench town. Rock one good thing about music. When it hits you, you feel no pain, but you know what those make you feel pain when it hits a bullet. At the end of the fifteen song set Bob handed off his Mike step to the lip of the stage and unbuttoned his shirt to show the eight thousand people in attendance bullet wounds, and this is the stuff religions built upon nobody fucks with a tough gone. Dante

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"bob marley" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

DISGRACELAND

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"bob marley" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

"Bob Marley, he knew this because he'd moved from the slums of trench town, Jamaica to Kingston, estate, perhaps of guilt, or perhaps just because he was a truly registered Bob Marley took trench down to Kingston with him. In this great future, you can't forget your past. Bob was more than happy to allow all sorts of friends and hangers on to get together and feel all right at swanky new digs in doing so, he brought the property values of his white devil neighbors down then. So be it his front yard was overrun by gangsters gunman and half naked children. Many of them his own from an ever, expanding stable of women who weren't his wife, members of the twelve tribes of Israel and intense sect of Rastafarianism of which Bob was apart, kept intense watchful eyes over the makeshift nouveau riche, commun- that Marley was bankrolling. A reporter wants us Marley. If you found it difficult to keep writing from the perspective of the struggling man now that he was no longer struggling. If you found it difficult to stay in touch with the ghetto, Bob said, find it difficult watch. Now you look into my yard, it's a ghetto. This is a ghetto. You looking at lookout there. I've just brought the ghetto uptown. Two days before the smile. Jamaica concert was to take place Bob a standing in his kitchen, taking a break from rehearsal, waiting on one of Jamaica's, finest herbs, men to show up and sharing a grapefruit with Wailers guitar. Don Kinsey. That's when the gunshots ran out. At first the sound was in the distance. It almost sounded like fireworks. But then the second round came. There's no, mistaking the sound out in the yard a gun shop, Oz wife reader, Marlene ahead Bob Marley's Rastafarian hollow is the siege in two white dots and compacts snuck into the gates behind the car. Bob's manager Don Taylor and quickly to teams of gunmen exit and had begun their hunt. They proud over the ground under the cover of night with pistols machine, guns in hand, crouched slinging around looking to kill their man, the man with all the influence, the man with the plan, the man. They believed to be backing Michael Manley Bob Merle. At the shooting Rita Marley, one of the gum in bursts to the rehearsal room door into the house and fired a revolver, offer the assembled van numbers. The gunman is no more than sixteen years old and terrified. Pissed himself firing off multiple shots. All this is closed over in the kitchen. A mask gunman stuck his head into the kitchen door. This dude was fucking around. He raised the barrel of his submachine gun at the clip toward the counter were Bob, his Qatar, Don Kinsey and manager. Don Taylor was situated. Bob remain standing, but crammed his skinny body into a corner to make himself a small target as possible. Don Kinsey jump behind some use equipment as five bullets to Taylor side, upper legs, then a bullet found its way to Bob Marley. I, it grazed his breast bone then burst by his heart and eventually lodged itself into the bicep of the singers left arm. And then just as soon as they derived gunman were gone. All the remained in their wake was smoke. Silence blood in ruin. Bob Marley opened his eyes. He was in pain, but he was calm. He knew that someday maybe not tomorrow, maybe not next week, but one day the people who did this would get, there's he knew in his bones. The peace in love would not be cowed by violence in hate, and the Justice would one day because we served. We'll be right back after this word. Support for today's show, comes from bombers, the most comfortable socks in the history of feet. The folks making bomb aren't amateurs, two years of research and development and bombs, his re-engineered socks with innovations to make way more comfortable. And these guys are using science, the honeycomb, arch system for extra support when you need it, stay up technology. So your socks don't fall down over your ankles and the super soft cotton keeps your warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Kind of like your Star Wars thermos. If your tomato soup girdle. Joking, aside socks, the most requested item in homeless shelters involve as donates one pair of socks for every pair they sell over seven million pairs so far. It's pretty awesome. And so are they socks? I love them. All of them. They're insanely comfortable. Like I literally get excited before put them on in the morning. I'm not even kidding. You're probably thinking any more excitement in my life, which may or may not be true, but still bombo socks are unlike any socks ever weren't there crazy comfy in they stay. After after repeated washes. So do yourself a favor and get your feet into some bombs. Disgracing listeners can get twenty percent off your first order. Just go to Baba's dot com. Slash disgrace and use code disgrace land that's beat. Oh, m b s dot com. Slash disgrace land in use code disgrace land to get twenty percent off your first order.

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"bob marley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"bob marley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Dare i say he's draining i'm gonna hold the picture up okay i mean look at this man look at him dude i mean yeah no i'm super familiar i've seen it in action is ripped there's a jesus vibe there's a bit of bob marley in their hint of bob marley also brooding lorenzo lamas meets tarzan arzan cars and but there's an accent over the a many looks like a guy that could get me anything i needed in any field of anything like if i needed something and ask manny manny i need this and he'd he'd get it for me like an hour and a half through sheer sexuality draws me that guy can't is holding tried it and right here i see of course he well he does look like god of the sea that is also what he looks like that neptune who's aerials father poseidon decided who was neptune it's a planet we've also got our annual spelling bee today gets a massive dick lebatardshow rate that will go well for me but i wanna do gear most show manny's mystery box of death where many big shows up in a long cloth with some sort of box that's tattered and wet and something is something is throbbing something is like flapping against the the box opposed to whatever rabbit's foot macgill's bringing in ear oh king triton was aerials father not poseidon by the way dan you are wrong in saying neptune was got the ocean even though i said it was poseidon because neptune was named that the romans gave poseidon.

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"bob marley" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"bob marley" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"And have you listened off to listen to take off your paints and jacket there's literally song it's like i like the cage with the weird hair and like what are you talking about thirty crazy let's say like homophobia music i mean it's prevalent in a lot of forms for for sure you know it's it it happens in music but like it's always been odd to me that like bob marley yes like this guy that everyone's like this this bastion of hope yes man who's about world peace fucking hate it gay people i know when when he's talking about babylon is burning he's talking about western civilization because we like gay people there's so much i mean i just homophobia to like so much misogyny amongst these like folk civil rights heroes just like i mean that movie about the like cesar chavez and the like women who fought with him hell like once they got what they were looking for immediately the men just started treating all the women's shit it's just like i'm bob marley was a womanizer it's just like yeah well i guess more to the point of like you you know like i agree i have identified punk with that same sort of like it's counterculture why are we being shitty to people who are inside the counterculture yeah we need to band together it's also like yeah same with bob marley it's like hey you're all about peace and love but then it's like.

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