Catch a Fire: The Life of Bob Marley - Study Guide Chapter 14: Who the Cap Fit Summary & Analysis

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Marley is always the last to bed and the first to rise in the house. If the band wasn't recording or rehearsing, they were just hanging around in Island House. The early days at Hope Road were more like a non-dogmatic religious commune with casual sex and plenty of food and herb.

Marley was quickly becoming a musical prophet for the people in Jamaica and the popularity of his songs combined with thinly veiled statements about their political situation made them explosive in the community. Rastas were seen as highly political people in society. Meanwhile, both Bunny and Peter had left the Wailers. With Peter gone, the yelling matches stopped at Hope Road as well, so many of the Wailers were happy to see him go. Bunny still frequented Hope Road even though he was still developing...

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