Pirate Bay - http://thepiratebay.org/ Pirate Bay Announce - http://tracker.prq.to/announce ConCen #1 - http://tracker1.conspiracycentral.net:6969/ ConCen #2 - http://tracker2.conspiracycentral.net:6969/ ConCen Server status & Policy - http://control-alt-delete.ca/v-web/bulletin/bb/viewforum.php?f=24 Info - http://www.bobmarley.com/rebelmusic/ Info - http://www.palmpictures.com/videos/news/rebelmusicthestoryofbobmarley.html IMDB - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0276444/ My BW costs me $1.00 per GB so anyone with free BW please donate as much to swarm as you can :) PLEASE help the swarm survive, SHARE at LEAST a 1:1 RATIO & enjoy KARMA boost ;) Ripped by: DissentingVoice File Size (in bytes): 731,437,056 Video Codec Name: XviD Duration (hh:mm:ss): 01:24:38 Frame Count: 152196 Frame Width (pixels): 544 Frame Height (pixels): 416 Display Aspect Ratio ("DAR" ): 1.308 Frames Per Second: 29.971 Video Bitrate (kbps): 1095 MPEG-4 ("MPEG-4" or ""): MPEG-4 B-VOP ("B-VOP" or ""): B-VOP QPel ("QPel" or ""): No GMC ("GMC" or ""): No Audio Codec: 0x0055(MP3, ISO) MPEG-1 Layer 3 (MP3) Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000 Audio Bitrate(kbps): 127 Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): VBR Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2 (joint stereo) A great look at Jamaican politics and CIA involvment with nice dose of Bobs life & freedom loving music, enjoy :) The legend of Bob Marley (1945-1981) is well served by this comprehensive and clear-eyed look at the turbulent life and times of the reggae great. Jeremy Marre's documentary presents the man as a vitally important artist, but a flawed--if immensely appealing--human being. The trajectory of his rise is traced from his humble beginnings as the son of a poor, teenage mother in rural Jamaica to the heights of international superstardom in the 1970s. Along the way, Marre provides a context for the development of his artistry by exploring the political situation in Jamaica at the time, the roots of Rastafarianism (to which he was intensely devoted), and his unconventional relationships with women. Although he remained close to wife, Rita, until his death, Marley enjoyed a number of public relationships with other women (Rita admits she found this difficult; Marley claims he didn't see anything unusual about it). The sheer number of interviews is impressive. Aside from the clips of Marley himself, Bunny Livingstone and Peter Tosh (the Wailers), Island Records founder Chris Blackwell, two Jamaican prime ministers (Socialist Michael Manley and Conservative Edward Seaga), and even a CIA official (Philip Agee) all make an appearance. The breadth of Marley's music is represented by over 40 tracks, from the early ska hit "Judge Not" to later political numbers like "Africa Unite." Although Marley never actually considered himself a "political" person, he was surely a rebel--brave, passionate, committed--in the best sense of the word.
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