Bob Marley - Love Gong
JBC TV (Jamaican Broadcasting Corporation)>VHS(x)>DVD (PAL, -/c)
"Darkness has momentarily covered Bob Marley's life. His spirit and his music however shall multiply
more than ever. And his name perpetuated in memory. For the consciousness of a global audience has been
arrested by the pungency of his lyrics, Bob Marley's power realm."
Concrete Jungle - Tuff Gong rehearsal, Kingston, JA (May 1980) (TGR80)
Soul Rebel - photo gallery
Trenchtown Rock - Rainbow Theater, London, England (June 1977) (LON77)
Forever Loving Jah - (TGR80)
No Woman, No Cry - (LON77)
Marcia Griffiths interview
Judy Mowatt interview
Zion Train - (TGR80)
Slave Driver - slave trade film footage
So Much Trouble In The World - Tuff Gong rehearsal, Kingston, JA (1978)
Jamming - One Love Peace Concert, National Stadium, Kingston, JA (April 1978)
Michael Manley interview
Edward Seaga interview
Bad Card - (TGR80)
total - 60:40
Out of dozens documentaries I have on Bob this one is among my favourites, if not favourite.
Black/white, glimpses of colour now and then. It's basically a tribute and explains what Marley's legacy
is to JA and reggae music. Great footage chosen and good interviews, like with sister Judy.
Unlike many other 'screamy' documentaries Dermoth Hussey does a good job here on the narrating part.
Must have for any roots fan!