Bob Marley Research Paper

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Bob Marley is rural singer famous in the world, Born in 1945 the village St. Anne North Jamaica . spent Marley as a teenager singing with his friends in the corners of the streets . Jamaican Bob Marley singer reggae who achieved international fame . Bob Marley has a great talent, he writes his own words and be composed and sung with ALOYLERS band. And the secret of its his success around the world in the simplicity of his words and the importance of the message published by: rebellion against injustice, justice, freedom, and peace, and the fight against poverty, and love of all kinds. And it was able to attract around him millions of all races and ethnicities. Bob Marley worked as a cleaner at the Hotel DuPont and scanning the ground, and…show more content…
In 1962, Bob Marley progress to test listen with the product Leslie Kong, who impressed by his ability , the quality of Bob's vocals, and produced his first song, "Do not judge which got moderate success, It was Marley's first record. and followed by two songs did not succeed. Bob decided that the only way to achieve his ambition is the band formation. Band (ALOYLERS) with five of his friends. In 1963, approved product Clement Dodd, after listening experience, to produce recordings of OALERS. Thus came the song "Simmer Down" Which topped the sales in Jamaica as they are released. In the next few years, ALOYLERS issued more than thirty song. It was Bob has a great talent he writes his own words and be composed and sung with ALOYLERS. Despite the domestic success the good achieved by ALOYLERS , but she could not continue was the physical income of recordings at the time, trivial, he put artists at the time was not excellent, but that three of its members were forced to migrate to America in search of better opportunities to earn a living. In 1967 Bob's music reflected in new beliefs. in their place was growing commitment to spiritual and social issues. Marley joined up with Bunny…show more content…
Described by the New York Times as "the most influential artist in the second half of the twentieth century." Music critic Roger Stevens that describe the famous album Exodus as "the album of the century." Said by the head of Amnesty International's Jack Healy: "wherever you go, Bob Marley found a symbol of freedom." As its producer Chris Blackwell said: "I was Bob Marley, at one time, was responsible for feeding nearly 4,000 poor in Jamaica. Many critics saw as just someone who has long hair and smoking hashish, but that's not what he saw critics younger who described Marley of commander

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