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Catch a Fire: The Life of Bob Marley Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12: Coming In from the Cold Summary

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Chapter 12: Coming In from the Cold Summary and Analysis

The first thing Marley does when he comes back to Trench Town is roll a large spliff. There are rumors that Marley won't be as good as he once was in Dodd's studios. However, although Marley is initially hesitant and cagey about singing and playing in Studio One, he starts to strum and then wail, impressing everyone in the studio. The new songs are a marvel with their combination of being highly personal but universal at the same time.

Marley had hoped to save enough money to create his own studio while in America, but since he had left quickly after losing his job and being asked to register for the draft. Marley started to produce his own records, but when he runs out of ready cash to keep up with the demand, Dodd helps...

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