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Bob Marley and the Wailers: Live! At the Rainbow (1991)

Video  -  Documentary | Music  -  July 1991 (UK)
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pure music
20 July 2008 | by (Herzlya, Israel) – See all my reviews

This film brings on screen the filmed performance of Bob Marley and his band The Wailers at The Rainbow in London 1n 1977. Marley was at the pick of his creative power, reggae was already quite popular by that time and was finding its place in mainstream rock, not only in the the dance clubs. Marley has already created most of his major hits and it's a real pleasure to see him performing the music from 'Shaft' or 'No Woman, No Cry', 'I Shot the Sheriff' or 'Get up, Stand Up'. Bob Marley has a faithful group of fans many years after his death, and these guys certainly hold the DVD of this performance at high esteem. I would however hesitate to call this a documentary, it is just a filmed performance, decently filmed for these times, but still missing any supplementary information. It's pure Marley music, no more, no less.

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