Reggae’s greatest performer would have been 50 in 1995, and Bob Marley: Spirit Dancer is intended as an early celebration. Marley, who died of cancer 13 years ago, comes across in Talamon’s black-and-white photographs as at once ferociously tough and elegantly fragile. Shot by Talamon in mid-concert, Marley is all sinew and style; caught in the lens offstage, the singer seems reserved and distracted — you’ll notice he’s never looking anyone in the eye. Gaze at this book while playing his music. B+
Bob Marley: Spirit Dancer Reggae's greatest performer would have been 50 in 1995, and Bob Marley: Spirit Dancer is intended as an early celebration. Marley, who died...Bob Marley: Spirit DancerMusic, BiographyBruce W. Talamon Reggae's greatest performer would have been 50 in 1995, and Bob Marley: Spirit Dancer is intended as an early celebration. Marley, who died...1994-11-18
Genre: Music, Biography; Author: Bruce W. Talamon
Posted November 18 1994 — 12:00 AM EST
- Mia Farrow criticized for tweeting business address of Cecil the lion's killer
- Diva Layla El retires from WWE
- Woody Allen says private life doesn't resonate in his films
- 'Law & Order' director arrested on child pornography charges
- 'Secret in Their Eyes' gets new release date
- 'Friends' creator: Those $1 million cast salaries were 'ridiculous'
- See a clip from Lifetime's 'The Unauthorized Full House Story'
- Stars go back to work! 'Scandal,' 'Arrow,' 'The Good Wife,' more return to set
- Charlie Hunnam and Excalibur glisten in 'King Arthur' first look photos
- Here are the 2015 games we're looking forward to most
- #50Scoops50Days: Keep up with the latest in fall TV news
- Ashley Madison profiles for TV's most famous adulterers
- Tyra Banks, The Madden Bros., Taylor Schilling & More!