Rebel Music: Bob Marley & Roots Reggae

Photographs by Kate Simon

Kate Simon

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  • ISBN: 0904351912
  • Deluxe edition: 350 copies
Rebel Music: Bob Marley & Roots Reggae

Signed by: Kate Simon, Eric Clapton

Contributors: Junior Marvin, Family Man Barrett, Neville Garrick, Chris Blackwell, Patti Smith, Eric Clapton

Paper: Five different paper stocks, including hemp

Binding: Full leather

Box: Sliding silk-screened wooden box

Extras: Signed print - an outake from the Kaya album cover shoot.

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'Great book! Open your eyes and look within, are you satisfied with the life you are living? Africa Unite.' Rita Marley

A major celebration of the life and music of Bob Marley, featuring the photography of Kate Simon and specially-commissioned text from 24 authoritative contributors, including: ex-Wailers Junior Marvin, Family Man Barrett, and Neville Garrick plus Island Records' founder Chris Blackwell. Introduction by Patti Smith.

'REBEL MUSIC looks (and feels) just magnificent and is done with a real intelligence and savvy... congratulations all around.' Fred Schruers, Premiere Magazine

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Bob Marley by Kate Simon

'Kate Simon has always been one of my favourite photographers. She captures intimate moments that we have never seen.' Cedella Marley, Bob's daughter

'When I took the Kaya portrait. It wasn't a formal photo session or anything. I was wearing my swimsuit, that's how informal it was.' Kate Simon


  • Page size: 250mm x 360mm
  • 256 pages
  • 400 images

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