Bob Marley remains a powerful worldwide presence. He is still the best-selling reggae artist in the world, with a following of millions. This book is a photographic tribute that provides an insight into the career, life and personality of Bob Marley.
The photographs were taken by Bruce Talamon, a renowned photographer who had regular contact with Marley through the singer's last years and with whom Marley felt comfortable enough to grant unrestricted and exclusive access both on and off the stage.
The text traces Marley's life from his youth in Jamaica and the birth of the Wailers to his worldwide acceptance and tragic death at the age of 36.
The foreword is by Timothy White, author of Marley's biography Catch A Fire.