Review #48: Legend, Bob Marley & the Wailers

#48: Legend, Bob Marley & the Wailers

After the Ramones album, traffic began to clear up. It was early afternoon and I had made it through Indianapolis. Now I was just cruising through a field in the cold sunlight.

I wouldn’t call myself a reggae fan, much less a Bob Marley fan, but I was really moved when I heard Legend. Something about all those alternatively…

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Writer, fake music fan.

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