This is not the adventure of what absolutely happened. This is the adventure of what ability accept happened.
CHAPTER ONE: BURBANK, CALIFORNIA, JULY 22, 1978
Bob Marley was adequate in his bathrobe allowance afterwards his appearance at the Starlight Bowl Amphitheater in Burbank, California, on July 22, 1978. The allowance was abounding of babble in his built-in Jamaican patois, as his musicians and aggregation anesthetized about a snowcone-shaped spliff and munched on the advance of “ital” bloom food. But Marley himself , still in his date accouterments of denim and a blooming T-shirt, was absent in his own thoughts, staring at the breach acoustic tiles aerial as if they were stars.
His eyes widened, though, aback his administrator abreast in his ear. Bob nodded eagerly, and the administrator scampered abroad and alternate with two Americans, the aboriginal arch the second, who was blind. Bob accustomed them as Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder, because he had been the aperture act aback anniversary of them had accent a concert in Kingston in 1974 and 1975. Now there were hugs, pleasantries, reminiscences and tokes on the circulating cigarette.
“I still bethink that appearance in Kingston,” Stevie said, animated and rolling his arch with joy. “You guys came out at the end and we played ‘I Shot the Sheriff’ and ‘Boogie On, Reggae Woman’ together.”
“Yeh, mon,’ Bob replied. “That the aftermost time Peter and Bunny and I sing on aforementioned stage.”
“I would accept asleep to apprehend that,” said Marvin, sprawled on a couch in his tailored gray suit. Inspired by the comment, Bob told his bandmates to get their instruments and set them up in the bathrobe room. An electric piano was set up with a baby call amp in advanced of Stevie, who was still cutting his wraparound shades.
Bob had his Ovation acoustic guitar; Aston “Family Man” Barrett acquainted his bass into a baby amp, while his adolescent brother Carlton “Carly” Barrett activated his bang sticks to a tambourine. With aloof those four instruments, they played “I Shot the Sheriff” and “Boogie On, Reggae Woman” afore blame on to “Lively Up Yourself” and “Superstition.” All the added musicians, aggregation and visitors awash in a arena about these four.
After abundant pleading, Marvin agreed to sing “What’s Activity On.” Aback Bob sang the aforementioned song in a abundant Jamaican accent (“Tell I what goin’ on”) and a push-pull reggae beat, Marvin angled over with beholden laughter.
“Yeh, mon,” Bob said. “We apperceive all them songs from the States. Fats Domino. Curtis Mayfield. Ja-a-a-a-ames Brown! That’s how I apprentice to go, ‘Uh!’” With that he sang, “Get uh-p, angle uh-p! Angle uh-p for your rights.”
“Your songs admonish me of Detroit in 1961,” Marvin mused, “back aback the music was asperous and rowdy, advancing appropriate off the artery corner, off the attic of the car factory, John Lee Hooker, Reverend Franklin, Wilson Pickett, doo-wop, hand-claps, bedraggled guitars and candied harmonies. I absence that.” Stevie laughed and started arena and singing Marvin’s aboriginal top-10 hit, “Pride and Joy,” and Bob, who knew the lyrics perfectly, abutting appropriate in, as did Marvin himself.
A few hours later, the affair had confused to the Hilton Hotel; the added musicians had baldheaded off to their own apartment with their new-found ladies, and Bob, Stevie and Marvin activate themselves the sole survivors. That’s aback Stevie popped out the catechism he’d been afraid to ask: “Bob, are you OK? I apprehend you’ve been sick.”
Bob hesitated. He stared at the two men he’d heard advancing through the big-cabinet speakers at the DJ sound-system shows of his youth. Impulsively, he blurted out, “Yeh, mon, they say I got the blight in my toe. They wanna cut it off, but I don’t wanna. In our religion, you’re not declared to cut the body. And I don’t appetite to be a cripple. How’m I gonna ball on stage? How’m I gonna bang the football?”
“Hey, man,” Marvin barked at him, “you don’t wanna fuck about with that cancer. That bits got into my cousin; he did nothin’ ‘bout it, and, bang! he was dead. Don’t mousey-mouse around—jump on that motherfucker and annihilate it appropriate now.”
“But ain’t natural,” Bob complained, “all that surgery, those chemicals and radiation. I a Rasta man, and my anatomy sacred.”
“Yo anatomy gonna be asleep if you don’t get your ass in gear,” Marvin retorted.
“Look at it this way, Bob,” Stevie intervened. “Is the electric guitar natural? Is the aeroplane natural? Is the auberge elevator natural? Are the date lights and PA arrangement natural? You use all these aberrant things to advance your natural-mystic music to the world. This is aloof one added affair like that.
“You accept a attenuate gift, but with that allowance comes responsibility. And the bigger albatross is to break advantageous so you can accumulate accomplishing your work. A lot of brothers and sisters can’t accurate their animosity the way you can, and they allegation you about to do that for them.”
“I don’t know,” Bob said. “I anticipate about it.”
The chat went on for addition hour. Bob’s 1978 bout anguish up on August 5 in Miami, breadth his mother was living. Bob backward an added anniversary to allocution things over with his family.
On Monday, August 14, Marley issued a accessible statement. He was suspending all recording and alive performances for a year to boldness his bloom problems. On Wednesday, he arrested into the Memorial Sloan Kettering Blight Center in New York City.
CHAPTER TWO: KINGSTON, JAMAICA, MARCH 8, 1980
Scalpers were allurement 100 pounds or added for tickets to the “Welcome Home, Bob Marley, Concert” at the National Heroes Park in Kingston on Saturday, Advance 8, 1980. These were prices abandoned American and European tourists could pay, and the association of Trench Town weren’t happy. They were barmy if they lacked a admission and broken by agnosticism if they had one. Advertise or keep? Accumulate or sell?
No one knew what to expect. The accompanist had been in a New York hospital from backward summer of 1978 to backward summer of 1979. Some said he would be in a wheelchair for the blow of his life. Some said he was jogging two afar a day. Some said he had become a “crazy baldhead”; some said his dreadlocks were as connected as ever. Some had claimed that he had absent his articulation and would never sing again. That rumor, at least, was quashed aback the new anthology by Bob Marley & the Wailers, Survival, was appear on February 26. But abounding said it wasn’t as acceptable as his antecedent records.
Those with tickets waited in connected curve to access the soccer stadium. Because Kingston was adversity from addition fasten in assemblage violence, anniversary actuality was actuality frisked. Eventually they were seated, and as the sun went down, the amphitheater lights came up. The aboriginal set showcased the Melody Makers, a articulate quartet featuring four of Bob’s children: Ziggy, Stephen, Sharon and Cedella. They played four songs, including their contempo single, “Children Arena in the Streets,” accounting by their father. The added set featured the I-Threes—Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffith—who additionally did four songs.
Finally, the moment came. Colored spotlights swept the date as the Wailers began the allure riff to “Jammin’” A few account later, Bob himself appeared. He was neither baldheaded nor dreadlocked but sported the bristling afro of his aboriginal career. He didn’t jog assimilate the date as in beforehand days, but neither did he limp. He absolved advisedly up to the mic and affective it confidently. “We’re jammin’,” he sang. “Don’t anticipate that jammin’ is a affair of the past; we’re jammin’, and I achievement this jam is gonna last.”
After the fourth song, “Trenchtown Rock,” he coiled the bandage and admirers quiet and batten cautiously and earnestly. “I and I appear through a boss trial,” he told the crowd. “The blight try to eat I up, but I eat the blight up. The American doctor say I’m ital. The Rasta backcountry doctor say I’m ital. I and I activity to alive a connected time and accomplish abundant music.”
The bandage acclaimed the advertisement with the animated addition to “Lively Up Yourself,” and the audience, now standing, did aloof that, acceptable and agitation in place. Afterwards addition hour, aback Bob alternate to the date for the encore, he said, “I and I accompany no politicians to the date tonight.” This was an accessible advertence to the 1978 appearance in this aforementioned breadth aback he had brought Prime Minister Michael Manley and his absinthian battling Edward Seaga on date and apprenticed them to agitate hands. It was a hopeful moment, but the optimism didn’t aftermost long.
“On this night,” Bob continues, “I and I accompany you two accurate warriors for justice: Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer.” The army erupted in a frenzy. No one anytime anticipation they’d anytime see these three aboriginal Wailers on the aforementioned date again. Bob’s untucked denim shirt was accessible over his red T-shirt. Bunny had a red-green-and-gold bandage draped about his abutting and a analogous knitted tam on his head. Peter, a abounding bottom taller than his partners, wore an accessible biscuit shirt over a tan catchbasin top.
Each man sang advance on one song he had written: Bob on “Stir It Up,” Bunny on “Riding High,” and Peter on “Stop That Train.” They exited to a clap yelps and anguish on chairs, abandoned to acknowledgment for one added song. Blending their three voices, as if they were still assuming the Impressions in 1964, they sang their aboriginal #1 Jamaican hit, “Simmer Down.” It all went so well, that afterward, Bob arrive Peter and Bunny to appear forth for his accessible bout to Africa and Europe, and his bygone ally readily agreed.
But aback the aboriginal call at the Achievement Alley abode was appointed to activate three canicule later, there was no assurance of Bunny and Peter. An hour later, while Bob and the bandage were active through “Zimbabwe,” accounting by Bob for their accessible appearance at that African nation’s Independence Day ceremony, Bunny and Peter confused into the room.
The music sputtered to a halt, and Bob said, “Better backward than never. Are you accessible to get to work?”
“No, mon,” Peter said, “I and I not activity to assignment for you and Mr. Chris Whitehell.” This was a advertence to Chris Blackwell, the architect of Island Annal and the co-producer of Bob’s annal aback 1973. “I and I not gonna fly all over this apple to hunt the acclaim and money of the white man. I and I gonna break appropriate actuality on this island, the accurate antecedent of inspiration.”
Bob’s arch drooped to his chest. These were the aforementioned arguments he had heard in 1974 aback Peter and Bunny had larboard the band. They didn’t appetite to fly; they didn’t appetite to tour; they didn’t appetite to leave the abundance breadth of the bodies and places they knew so well.
“Jah say I and I are destined to go home to Africa,” Bob said. “The aperture is accessible now to do that. I and I can airing through that aperture and get to apperceive the Motherland, but now you appetite to bang that aperture shut. What faculty is that?”
“It’s that White man’s claret in your veins that makes you say that,” retorted Peter, the bloom of his eyes a admeasurement of aloof how benumbed he was. “You don’t feel at home in your own acreage with your own people, so you are accursed to aberrate the earth.”
“Jah say this music is not aloof for Jamaica,” Bob added. “Jah say this is a allowance for all mankind. Jah say we can advise flesh abounding things if we try. Jah say flesh can advise us abounding things if we let it.”
“Bob,” average Bunny, the quietest and calmest of the trio, “I got annihilation adjoin you, your ancestor or your plans. That’s you and that’s appropriate for you. But I am Bunny, and I’m atramentous on the aeroplane and in the hotel. How can I accomplish blessed music if I’m unhappy? I’m sorry.”
The two visitors angry and absolved out of the house. Bob and his bandage connected the rehearsal. A ages afterwards they were in Harare (formerly accepted as Salisbury), the African capital, to watch the banderole of British Rhodesia appear bottomward and the banderole of an absolute Zimbabwe go up. They had broiled up the army afore the commemoration with a chargeless concert.
But two-thirds of the way through the set, Robert Mugabe’s badge had accursed breach gas at locals aggravating to get in to apprehend the music. Aback the gas drifted into Rufaro Amphitheater and assimilate the stage, the concert was apoplectic for 45 minutes. Bob and the Wailer alternate to accomplishment the set, but it was not the blessed break he’d been acquisitive for. As he wiped his afire eyes with a wet cloth, he accomplished that akin in the Motherland, akin in an independent, black-ruled nation, the action amid the haves and the have-nots went on. Who was right? Him or Peter?
CHAPTER THREE: LONDON, ENGLAND, MAY 1, 1981
The Specials were accepting accessible to go on date at the London’s Rainbow Theatre on May Day in 1981. Group architect Jerry Dammers and advance accompanist Terry Anteroom were sniping at anniversary other, as usual. This time the altercation was over the set list, with Dammers absent added new, accepted songs, and Anteroom absent added covers that able their roots in Jamaica’s ska music of the ‘70s. The aftermost of the aperture acts was finishing up, and they had to accomplish some decisions.
Just then, the alley administrator access into the dressing, out of animation and spewing gibberish. Terry handed him a beer so he would calm down. “You’ll never assumption who’s in the house,” the administrator assuredly managed to blab out. “Bob Marley.” Both aperture on the altercation musicians abandoned simultaneously, and they said in unison, “The Bob Marley?” “Yeah, the Bob Marley.” “Whatever you do,” Jerry stammered, “get him to appear aback afterwards our set. Don’t let him leave the venue.”
This meant a lot added to the sextet than the time Paul McCartney had abandoned in on them. Their accomplished artful was congenital on the brisk, alert ball exhausted of the Wailers’ aboriginal ska annal and the angry political lyrics of the Wailers’ afterwards reggae records. It was if a battle club were actuality visited by Muhammad Ali. The Specials’ two Atramentous members, toaster Neville Staple and guitarist Lynval Golding, were abnormally stoked, but all six were excited. Jerry and Terry put abreast their differences, and the musicians went out and put on the appearance of their lives.
The acclamation songs, Toots & the Maytals’ “Monkey Man” and Dandy Livingstone’s “A Bulletin to You, Rudy,” were a thrill, but the evening’s accurate acme came aback the alley administrator entered the bathrobe room, ushering in a attenuate man with a face the Specials had apparent on dozens of almanac sleeves. There was a moment of abashed silence, and the bashful company wasn’t activity to advice his hosts out. Afresh a hundred catechism access out as if a dam had opened, as if absolution the hidden fanboy in them all.
What are you accomplishing in England? How connected are you actuality for? How did you apprehend about us? What did you think? Did you like it? Do you appetite a beer? Do you appetite some vegetables? Could you apprehend OK? Could you see OK? How’s your health? What are you alive on?
“I active in London now,” Bob said, aback the babbling subsided. “Too abundant cutting in Jamaica. I break actuality until the account become clear. I apprehend about the new ska music in England, and I accept to assay it out. And I like it. I consistently admiration why ska was asleep and active so quick. That music had abundant added to say. And now you are adage it.”
Over the abutting few months, Bob would appearance up at ska shows all over London. It ability be a appearance by Selecter, the Beat, Madness or the Specials, and there would be Bob, aback actualization like a apparition from who knows where. As he got to apperceive the musicians, he started to adhere out with them at their rehearsals and collapsed sessions. During the Specials’ recording of the single, “Ghost Town,” sat abaft the architect in the ascendancy berth and nodded forth afterwards adage much. He abandoned appropriate that the line, “No one to be activate in this country,” be afflicted to “No job to be activate in this country.”
Despite his quiet demeanor, he was arresting aggregate he saw and heard. In October, he fabricated an arrangement with his ambassador Chris Blackwell. With a atramentous guitar case in hand, Bob strode into Island Records’ wood-paneled London office. Afterwards adage a thing, he open the case, aerial out an acoustic guitar and played six new songs in a row. Anniversary one had a quick, absence exhausted and short, brittle bursts of words.
“Oh, my god,” Chris cried. “Ska! Aback to your roots. It’s the appropriate complete for the appropriate time. This sounds like those aboriginal Collapsed One singles by you, Peter and Bunny, but the lyrics complete like they’re advancing from a man, not a boy. How anon do you appetite to go into the studio?”
“As anon as you can fly the bandage in,” Bob responded.
When the consistent album, Skatisfaction, was appear on Advance 16, 1982, it abashed critics and admirers akin with its brusque change in complete and feel, abundant as Bob Dylan’s about-face to country music had. The die-hard reggae admirers denounced it as a bartering sell-out, but the adolescent admirers of England’s “Two-Tone Ska” movement accepted it as a validation of aggregate they’d been doing.
With its brisker, crisper rhythm, there was little allowance for Bob’s contempo lyrics of political and religious assay nor for his slow-hymn melodies. Instead the accent was on bunched catchphrases that became anesthetic with the animated beat. A few songs were recycled from his ancient recordings—“Judge Not,” “Put It On” and “Simmer Down”—only with bigger singing and arena this time. Some of the anew accounting songs, such as “Don’t Block Me (I’m Advancing Through)” and “Standing on a Flimsy Ladder,” were acutely political. Others were added like the aboriginal ska singles in Jamaica, bedeviled with adulation and lust.
The one with the catchiest melody was “Lookin’ for a Rasta Girl.” Aback Island appear it as a single, it bound went to the top of the British charts, and the choir seemed to be advancing out of every bang box on every corner: “Lookin’ for a woman who can cycle big spliffs, lookin’ for a woman with a angelic kiss, lookin’ for a woman who can change the world, lookin’ for a Rasta girl.”
Meanwhile, the Specials had collapsed afar anon afterwards their own single, “Ghost Town,” had topped the archive a year earlier. But Dammers and Hall, anniversary in his abstracted flat, had to admiration what ability accept been aback they heard their hero sing, “Lookin’ for her at the demonstration, lookin’ for her at the railway station, lookin’ for her in the boscage and desert, lookin’ for her at the Specials concert.”
CHAPTER FOUR: JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA, DECEMBER 15, 1993
Bob Marley accustomed from Kingston at Jan Smuts International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa, on December 13, 1993, the aforementioned day that Nelson Mandela flew aback from Oslo afterwards accepting the Nobel Peace Prize. The two men were about to accommodated for the aboriginal time. Nelson was active to become the aboriginal Atramentous admiral of his nation. Bob was active from his past, analytic for answers.
Bob’s career had been advancing over the accomplished decade. He had followed up 1982’s Skatisfaction with 1984’s Confrontation (with its U.K. #4 distinct “Buffalo Soldier”). His 1986 accord with Stevie Wonder, Master Blaster, had yielded the #9 U.S. single, “Nobody Wins Unless Everybody Wins,” and a sold-out bout with Admiration of alfresco stadiums in North America and Europe. That had been followed by 1990’s Firelight: MTV Unplugged.
Bob was buoyed by his bartering and aesthetic success over these years, but he afraid he was accident blow with his political and airy message. He knew breadth he bare to be: in South Africa. That nation was on the bend of assuredly giving its majority Atramentous citizenry freedom afterwards decades of struggle. And it seemed like they ability do it afterwards accedence to the long-feared Civil War. Bob knew he had to be a allotment of that.
Island Annal had busy a adapted abode for Bob in Soweto, the absolute Atramentous breadth of Johannesburg. The characterization had additionally abiding for an arrangement amid Bob and Nelson at the address of the African National Congress on the 15th. Aback he arrived, he was led through the beehive of telephones, acclamation posters, typewriters and shouting workers on the aboriginal attic to the about calm of Nelson’s arrangement on the third floor. The Nobel Laureate rose from abaft his board and absolved to accommodated Bob halfway, acquisitive the visitor’s appropriate duke in both of his.
The 75-year-old man in the pinstripe clothing bore a bashful afro that was graying at the temples. His face wore the weariness of the years on a bastille island, but his smile seemed balmy and genuine. Bob, his dreadlocks spilling over his accept blades and his attenuated eyes watching aggregate closely, was surprised.
“Maybe you don’t apperceive how abundant you and your music accept meant to us in Africa,” Nelson said. “But aback we suffered defeats—and we had plenty—your songs helped us to accumulate going. And now, aback we’re so abutting to victory, aback there’s still so abounding means things can go wrong, we allegation you added than ever. How connected are you planning to break here?”
“As connected as it takes,” Bob said simply.
“Good, good,” said Nelson. “We don’t allegation you to advance in demonstrations or accomplish speeches. We accept abounding who can do that. We allegation addition who can allege to the accustomed man or woman, the cobbler or the nurse, the porter or the midwife, the bell-ringer or the teacher, addition who can allege to them not in the dry accent of slogans and account but through the clammy activity of music, addition who can accumulate them hopeful aback things attending bleak.”
“I will do whatever you ask,” Bob replied.
“Let me explain,” Nelson continued, “the bigger blackmail to our movement is not the abhorrence of our enemies; we apprehend that and can’t adapt that. The bigger blackmail is the anguish of our allies. Because aback acceptable bodies accord up, bad bodies win. If you could sing your old songs, maybe address some new ones, maybe at some concerts, maybe on a record, that will be account a hundred marches and a thousand speeches. Can you do that?”
“I can do that.”
“Good. I will accredit you two bodyguards so you can airing about our association and see the bearings for yourself. Afresh maybe you can appear aback and ask me some questions.”
“I like that.”
Over the abutting bristles months, Bob absolved the artery of Soweto, seeing the affectionate of abjection and badge attendance that reminded him of his adolescence in Kingston. Aback he activate addition who had absorbing things to say, Bob would accompany that actuality aback to the busy abode for connected conversations, “reasonings,” as the Rastas say. And in the evening, afterwards dinner, he would sit abandoned with his acoustic guitar and try to about-face what he was acquirements into new songs. And every few weeks he would appointment Nelson again.
Whenever he was asked, he would accomplish at a abbey or barter abutment anteroom or aloft a flatbed truck. Gradually he formed some of his new songs into his set. He began to get calm with some of the city’s top musicians, those who had played on Paul Simon’s Graceland anthology or on the annal by Mahlathini, the Mahotella Queens, Johnny Clegg or Dollar Brand.
In February, they went into a collapsed to almanac Bob’s abutting album, Wheels. The belt applesauce advantaged by these players was not so altered from the syncopation of Jamaican reggae, and the accompanist activate a average arena with his new collaborators. The songs adapt the conflicts in South Africa in fable-like agreement that could administer to any bearings in any country breadth the few boss the many.
But the anthology was alleged afterwards its centerpiece song, “Wheels Spinning Round,” the song that became the canticle for Nelson’s acclamation campaign, a song that bodies would sing at acclamation rallies, on burghal buses, on artery corners. It was the aboriginal Bob Marley almanac to affection an accordion, but that bleating squeezebox was absolute for the bouncing, celebratory choir and its sing-along melody.
“Wheels spinning annular and round,” crowds would sing together, “whole advanced apple angry upside down. The aftermost shall be first; the aboriginal shall be last. What’s accident now will anon be the past.” The choir seemed to acceleration in action and angle aback they got to the bridge: “Nelson Mandela’s adumbration is large. You bound him up; now he’s in charge.”
On April 27, 1994, the African National Congress won the vote with 63% of the vote, and Nelson Mandela became president. Bob Marley played “Wheels Spinning Round” at the commencement ceremony. This time there was no breach gas and no regrets.
CHAPTER FIVE: MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA, APRIL 17, 2002
Bob Marley’s blight came aback in 2000, and this time there was annihilation the doctors could do to stop it. His wife Rita and her babe Sharon were distraught, but Bob was philosophical. Because Marvin Gaye and Stevie Admiration had assertive him to get analysis in 1980, Bob had enjoyed 20 added years of activity and productivity.
He was afresh 55, and he’d had the adventitious to see his kids abound up. He’d been able to accomplish an anthology with his kids (1998’s Adolescence ). He’d lived in England, the United States and South Africa, and he’d been able to accomplish important music in anniversary place. He’d survived assassination attempts in Jamaica in 1976, 1981 and 1997. He’d awash millions of annal and played to millions of admirers on every abstemious but Antarctica. He had annihilation to accuse about.
After the aftermost attack to shoot him, Bob had confused out of Kingston and had bought a abode overlooking the Caribbean abreast Montego Bay, aloof bottomward the alley from Johnny Cash’s house. His old acquaintance Peter Tosh had died in a home robbery in 1987, but his adolescence pal Bunny “Wailer” Livingston was still about and had confused to Montego Bay to be abreast Bob. Afterwards their abounding quarrels over the years, both Bob and Rita had complete and developed adequate with anniversary other. And so Bob started to address some of the tenderest adulation songs of his career.
Slowly but surely, at the comfortable clip of two old men, Bob and Bunny were alive on a new album, produced by Bob’s oldest son Ziggy. It was blue-blooded Farewell, and it had the autumnal feel of a departure. Carlton Barrett’s bass was electric, but Bob’s guitar was acoustic and so was Ziggy’s piano. Aston Barrett’s bang kit was small, and that was it.
The axial song was alleged “The Amphitheater of Your Arms,” the acknowledgment of a warrior for amends who’s now accommodating to about-face that job over to a new generation. It opened with Bob strumming a alternation of appealing chords over the Barrett brothers’ minimalist groove. Over Ziggy’s actuality piano chords, Bob sang, “ My angry canicule are over; I’ll man the curve no more. I’m appreciative of all my battles, but my knitted basic are sore. There’s a time for struggle, and there’s a time for rest. There’s a time for lying bottomward with the one you adulation the best.”
As the melody opened up on the chorus, Bunny and Rita added their choir in harmony. “I will go bottomward to the ocean,” Bob sang; “I will attack into the waves. I will acceleration up from the water, apple-pie if not absolutely saved. I will ascend the adamant beach; I will cantankerous the neighbor’s farm. I will ascend into your bed, into the amphitheater of your arms.”
Bob died affably in his admired chair, on the balustrade of his home overlooking the sea, on April 17, 2002.
Lyrics for “Lookin’ for a Rasta Girl,” “Wheels Spinning Round” and “The Amphitheater of Your Arms” absorb © 2020 by Geoffrey Himes.
Photo by Bill Fairs on Unsplash
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