Bob Marley: Spiritual Journey Trailer

Bob Marley: Spiritual Journey Trailer (2004)

01 March 2004 Factual, Music 60 mins

Bob Marley was the first artist to take reggae music to the masses outside his native Jamaica. He also became a symbol of spiritual peace and human compassion to people around the globe and is widely regarded as one of the true philosophers of both reggae and the Rastafarian faith. Bob Marley: Spiritual Journey is a documentary that explores Marley as both a musician and a spiritual thinker and, through interviews and newsreel footage, attempts to measure his impact on the world. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

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