He helped organize Marley In 1973 young artist and filmmaker Lee Jaffe met Bob Marley in New York City and within hours cemented a friendship that would see Jaffe becoming a "Wailer" right down (or up) to his dreadlocks. While Marley was well known in Jamaica, he was little known in the rest of the world. Jaffe witnessed Marley's life and increasing fame during those years. He helped organize Marley's first American tour and played reggae with the Wailers throughout Jamaica. He learned Rastafarian ways.
1992 Cordially Yours, Lee Jaffe by Rainer Crone and David Moos. Publisher: Moderna Museet (1992). 2013 Bob Marley & The Wailers: 1973-1976 by Lee Jaffe, Jérémie Kroubo Dagnini. Publisher: Camion Blanc (June 17, 2013).
Jaffe witnessed Marley's life and increasing fame during those years. GREAT pictures of Peter Tosh and of course of Bob and the rest of the Wailers. I found the book to be a bit of an ego trip for the author to point himself out at every oportunity in the pictures that he was in haming up the shot as he always seem to be Bogarting. Some how Lee always looks even more disshevled than the rastas themselves.
Find nearly any book by Roger Steffens. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Lee Jaffe, Roger Steffens. ISBN 9780393051438 (978-0-393-05143-8) Hardcover, W. W. Norton & Company, 2003. Find signed collectible books: 'One Love: Life with Bob Marley and the Wailers'.
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In 1973, artist and filmmaker Jaffe struck up a friendship with Bob Marley after randomly meeting the reggae singer at a New York hotel. The pair was inseparable for the next few years, as Marley rose from simply a hero of the Jamaican ghetto to an international superstar.
SO MUCH THINGS TO SAY The Oral History of Bob Marley By Roger Steffens .
SO MUCH THINGS TO SAY The Oral History of Bob Marley By Roger Steffens Photographs by the author 434 pp. Norton & Company. It’s in his music, his life story, his worldview and the way he carries himself - he seems like an extension of the people and their leader. His music does not come across as a commercial gesture because it’s as if he’s on the public stage to speak for his constituents and give voice to their feelings and their needs. Marley wrote the song while sitting alongside his friend Lee Jaffe, who says Marley began with the line I shot the sheriff, to which Jaffe added, But you didn’t get the deputy.
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