Bob Marley: Heartland Reggae

The late Bob Marley is the star of this unique concert film which was shot entirely on location in Jamaica in 1977-78. The film captures Marley and the other reggae superstars Jacob Miller and Peter Tosh at the height of their careers and is considered to be the definitive reggae film. Utilizing an excellent soundtrack, the performances generate an unprecedented get-up-and-dance quality, while exploring the roots and widespread influence of reggae music.

Year: 1983
Genre: Music Capsule
Country: Canada
Director: Jim Lewis
Starring: Bob Marley, Peter Tosh
Duration: 95 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: Music Capsule



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