Catch a Fire: The Life of Bob Marley - Chapter 15: Redemption Song Summary & Analysis

Timothy White
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Hope Road was becoming a more and more dangerous place to hang out. Marley has been actively having affairs with other women and driving a BMW whose initials he says stand for "Bob Marley and Wailers." They release another album in 1976 and Marley is now the most popular superstar in the Third World. However, he has soccer injuries that are very slow to heal.

One evening, Peter Tosh comes over with his girlfriend and smokes a huge spliff with Marley and Bunny. That evening, he and his girlfriend are in a bad car accident that leaves her dead. When this happens, Tosh cuts his ties with the Wailers and never returns to Hope Road again.

Meanwhile, any reporters that come to Hope Road to talk with Marley and the Wailers about their success find that he is a hard man to...

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