xyzington, video Pt. 1 (10:00):
When Bob Marley, Bunny Livingston (Wailer), and Peter McIntosh (Tosh)entered the studio and began recording Catch a Fire in 1972, they had already established an impressive track record on the island of Jamaica. But when they signed to Chris Blackwell's Island label, their music reached a new level. While reggae music had not been tremendously popular at this time, The Wailers proved their style of reggae was strong enough to carry a full-length album.Howie P.S.: Check out Pts. 2-6:
Check out another Bob Marley documentary "Prophecies and Messages," video, Pt. 1 (09:57) and video, Pt. 2 (10:14).
Pt. 3 is here.
Pt. 4 is here.
Pt. 5 is here.
Pt. 6 is here.