One Love: Life with Bob Marley and the Wailersby Lee Jaffe, Roger Steffens, Geoff Gans (Designed by)
In 1973 young artist and filmmaker Lee Jaffe met Bob Marley in New York City and within hours cemented a friendship that would see Jaffe becoming a "Wailer" right down (or up) to his dreadlocks. While Marley was well known in Jamaica, he was little known in the rest of
An intimate portrait of two years on the eve of fame by a friend and collaborator of the Wailers.
In 1973 young artist and filmmaker Lee Jaffe met Bob Marley in New York City and within hours cemented a friendship that would see Jaffe becoming a "Wailer" right down (or up) to his dreadlocks. While Marley was well known in Jamaica, he was little known in the rest of the world. Jaffe witnessed Marley's life and increasing fame during those years. He helped organize Marley's first American tour and played reggae with the Wailers throughout Jamaica. He learned Rastafarian ways. And he took wonderful, candid photographs of the many colorful characters who moved through Bob's world. This book, with the photographs and Jaffe's account of those exciting years, is a lens through which we have an intimate view of the young Marley. Jaffe's recollections of life with Marley are little diminished by time. Indeed, they are as colorful as the photographs, and as revealing. 120 four-color photographs.
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Meet the Author
Lee Jaffe is an artist, former filmmaker, and record producer living in Los Angeles, California.
Roger Steffens is the one of the world’s leading reggae historians and a former cohost of the award-winning radio program Reggae
Beat. His one-man show about Marley’s life has been presented at the Smithsonian and the EMP Museum, among others. He lives in Los Angeles, California.
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I thought it was the best book i had ever read it was just amazing to know what happened. i recommend this book to who ever loves bob marley, ziggy, and tha whalers