Bob Marley Interview Reggae Race Relations
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I do not own this song, it belongs to its rightful owners. No copyright infringement intended. Lyrics DOWN below! LYRICS Stiff necked fools, you think you are cool To deny me for simplicity Yes, you have gone for so long With your love for vanity, now Yes, you have got the wrong interpretation Mixed up with vain imagination So take Jah Sun, and Jah Moon And Jah Rain and Jah Stars And forever, yes erase your fantasy, yeah The lips of the righteous teach many But fools die for want of wisdom The rich man's wealth is in his city The righteous' wealth is in his Holy Place So take Jah Sun and Jah Moon And Jah Rain and Jah Stars And forever, yes, erase your fantasy, yeah Destruction of the poor is in their poverty Destruction of the soul is vanity, yeah So stiff necked fools, you think you are cool To deny me for simplicity, yeah Yes, you have gone, gone for so long With your love for vanity now But I don't wanna rule ya I don't wanna fool ya I don't wanna school ya Things you, you might never know about Yes, you have got the wrong interpretation Mixed up with vain, vain imagination Stiff necked fools, you think you are cool To deny me for, ooh, simplicity
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One of the best interviews of Bob Marley done in New Zealand in 1979 I mixed with music and pictures. Very deep.
Bob Marley Talks About The Condition Of Black People In The Us 1980
Race Relations in America
Legendary sound man Terry Hanley was mixing when Bob Marley played The Amandla Festival at Harvard Stadium on July 21, 1979. The event celebrated South Africa's liberation and efforts to end racism in Boston. Amandla was organized by Janet Axelrod, Reebee Garofalo, Janine Fay, Shelley Neill, George Pillsbury and Kazi Toure.
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