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Marley And Me: The Real Bob Marley Story par [Taylor, Don]
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Since Bob Marley died in 1981, the myths and legends which surround his life have continued to grow. Only one man knows the truth. Marley's confidante and manager Don Taylor, tells the real story behind Marley.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 9903 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 256 pages
  • Editeur : Barricade Books (1 janvier 1995)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B008JFHGKA
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x89865678) étoiles sur 5 28 commentaires
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HASH(0x899e54f8) étoiles sur 5 No Reputable Supporter Would Have Written This 29 avril 2000
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The late Taylor's role in the Marley saga has always been suspect, whether pushing Bob's widow into signing a false will--and getting a kickback from the opposition for his efforts--(as disclosed in the Cayman Music court case) to reportedly embezzling Marley's tour money. A hateful book by someone undeserving of trust.
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HASH(0x89893c9c) étoiles sur 5 The Handler's Tale Is Bad News About HIM 13 mai 2000
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Marley's first mistake was to put his faith in Taylor. A classic tale of a manager's betrayal. The author's come off as a monster, even though he tries to build himself into someone more important even than Bob. Sadder than sad. Marley wrote a song about this guy called "Bad Card."
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HASH(0x89898780) étoiles sur 5 most accurate and best of the marley books by far 3 décembre 1998
Par olives46@aol.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I produced "BOB MARLEY AND THE WAILERS LIVE! AT THE SANTA BARBARA COUNTY BOWL" and met Don Taylor, the principal manager in Marley's career. Unlike other biographers, Taylor saw Marley as a man, not as an icon, and so his portrait of Marley is the most realistic. Devious, cunning, brilliant,destructive, Taylor rode the Marly wave on the way up from the Kingston days, took the bullits for Bob in the famous murder attempt in '77, and ultimately fell out with the legend over accusations of embezzlement. Taylor really knew Marley, and his biography of the genius has a bitter edge that makes for great and insightful reading.
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HASH(0x898656cc) étoiles sur 5 Don't Support This Crook 27 octobre 2003
Par Ben - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Don Taylor was Bob Marley's manager, yes. But he also stole alot of money from Bob - he lied about concert earnings to put more money in his own pocket. Anyone who buys this book is directly supporting a man who stole from Marley. Bob was pissed when he found out about Taylor's dishonesty, and he wrote Bad Card, a song off of his masterpiece, Uprising (1980). I refuse to pay for a book that will benefit a man who stole from Bob Marley. Don Taylor, you are a filthy thief, and your attempt to capitalize off of Bob makes me SICK.
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HASH(0x8986533c) étoiles sur 5 Marley and Me Review 18 décembre 2001
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I think that anyone who has any interest in Bob Marley or Jamaica will really enjoy this book. I thought that it gave a lot of detail about Bob's life and also a lot about Jamaican culture. There were several references to the Rastafarian religion and how Bob practiced it. It is hard to say how much of the stuff that Don Taylor talked about was really true but it did seem believable. The style of writing he used was basically a journal of different events that took place in his and Bob's life. I did not realize before I read this book that Bob was actually a fairly smart businessman and tried to watch his money as carefully as he could. There were times where he could not protect his money from being taken away, like when Rita Marley would sign his name and make large withdraws there was nothing that he could do because it could not be proven. Bob Marley became popular right in the time when Jamaica was in one of its worst times. He was forced to make a choice between two different political groups, the wealthy and the poor. He never really did make a decision though he continued to remain close to people in both groups. This made me think about hard it must have been for Bob to grow up in the areas with lots of violence and poverty. Once he did become popular he did not leave his old friends behind. Overall I thought that this was a great book and I would encourage anyone interested in Bob Marley to read this and learn more about his life.
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