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In "No Woman No Cry," readers learn the never-before-told details of Bob Marley's life, as related by his wife, Rita. 16-page photo insert.In "No Woman No Cry," readers learn the never-before-told details of Bob Marley's life, as related by his wife, Rita. 16-page photo insert.Hide synopsis
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Description:Good in Very Good jacket. Used. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Slight...Good in Very Good jacket. Used. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Slight bow of front board. One corrected dogear, interior otherwise unmarked, bright, tight. DJ has streaking. "Rita Marley grew up in Trench Town, a slum in Kingston, Jamaica, and was raised by her beloved Aunty. Music ran in their family, and even as a child Rita possessed a talent for singing that was remarked upon. Nevertheless, by the time she was eighteen, she had become an unwed mother, and it seemed as if her musical career was going nowhere. It was then that Rita met Bob Marley, literally on the road in front of her house. Later, after being reintroduced at a local recording studio, they became close friends and fell in love. Soon, Rita was singing backup for the Wailers, Bob's reggae group. When he was twenty-one and she nineteen, they married. The rest is history: Bob and the Wailers set all of Jamaica, and eventually the entire world, on fire with their incredible style of reggae music. But while Bob's star rose and he traveled the world to promote his art, Rita stayed at home trying to feed their growing family. From peddling Bob's records on the back of her bicycle to living in a shack without electricity and washing his one pair of underwear every night, Rita was the devoted wife. Eventually her burning desire to be in the music world was satisfied as well, and she was recognized for her incredible talents as the lead singer of her own group, the Soulettes, and as a backup singer with the I-Three."--publisher.
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