How to Celebrate Bob Marley’s Birthday – 6th Feb

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    MusajjalumbwaMusajjalumbwa
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    How to Celebrate Bob Marley’s Birthday

    Bob Marley, born February 6, 1945, is internationally recognized as the Godfather of reggae. While he did not invent this timeless form, he became reggae’s seminal figure. Kick back, mon, and relax to the sounds of reggae in celebration of Marley’s birthday.

    Step1 Take a trip to your local library to do some reading about the man revered by Bob Marley and all other Rastafarians: Haile Selassie, former Emperor of Ethiopia.

    Step2 Book a trip to the Caribbean paradise of Jamaica, Marley’s home and birthplace.

    Step3 Play Bob’s debut release track, “Judge Not,” as a tribute to the beginning of his prosperous and uplifting career.

    Step4 Take a stab at reading the palms of your friends and family. Prior to becoming a singer and musician, Marley was a well-known local palm reader.

    Step5 Purchase hemp-manufactured clothing in celebration of the herb that inspired Bob throughout his life.

    Step6 Pop open a Red Stripe, Jamaica’s favorite beer, in tribute to Marley’s homeland.

    #22005
    Justus ZaguduJustus Zagudu
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    Omusajja yalekela nadala abana abadugavu obusika bwa manyi mu mulimu gwe. Enyimba ze silowoza nti ziridiba. Abayimbi abeyita aba rasta ewafe bandigezezako kukopa ebifula abayimbi nga bano abagalibwa mwaka ku mwaka mu kifo kyokuyimba ebintu abantu byebatategera bebayimbira mbu bayimba luRasta.

    #22030
    KasibanteKasibante
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    He was one of the greatest artists thate ever walked the earth.
    My favorite song by him is War.

    Thank you Marley.

    #22045
    OmumbejjaOmumbejja
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    BOB MARLEY YOU WILL ALWAYS BE OUR INSPIRATION
    WE DO APPRECIATE YOUR GREAT MUSIC
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    #22049
    MugerekaMugereka
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    Marley yatulekela fena abaddugavu obusika bwenyiba ze. Okwenonya nokumanya olwokulwana okweja mu matigga.awo nafe wetwongereza nebikolwa.

    Kano akyimba ke kekamu kubusinga okunyumila. one good thing about music, when it hits you feel no pain…

    #22095
    KalibattanyaKalibattanya
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    Mu nsi za Africa eziwera, era wamu ne mu communtiies za ba Africa ezisinga wano ebweeru, bakuza omwezi guno, era nebawuliriza nnyo raggae ne message eziri mu nyimba zino.
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    Bob yakola omulimu, enyimba ze ndowooza zonna zawera 125 awo. Bamwogerako kimu nti teyaleka nyimba mbi.
    Nange ndeeseyo bu facts buno twejjukanye ku bulamu bwe.

    Marley was born in the small village of Nine Mile in Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica as Nesta Robert Marley. A Jamaican passport official would later swap his first and middle names. His father, Norval Sinclair Marley, (born in 1895), was a white Jamaican of English descent, who lived in Liverpool. Norval was a Marine officer and captain, as well as a plantation overseer, when he married Cedella Booker, a black Jamaican then eighteen years old. Norval provided financial support for his wife and child, but seldom saw them, as he was often away on trips. In 1955, when Marley was 10 years old, his father died of a heart attack aged 60.

    His music released posthumously in 1983, contained unreleased material recorded during Marley’s lifetime, including the hit; Buffalo Soldier.

    In July 1977, Marley was found to have malignant melanoma in a soccer wound on his right hallux (big toe). Marley refused amputation, citing worries that the operation would affect his dancing, as well as the Rastafari belief that the body must be “whole”:

    “ Rasta no abide amputation. I don’t allow a man to be dismantled. ”

    —From the biography Catch a Fire
    Marley may have seen medical doctors as samfai (tricksters, deceivers). True to this belief Marley went against all surgical possibilities and sought out other means that would not break his religious beliefs. He also refused to register a will, based on the Rastafari belief that writing a will is acknowledging death as inevitable, thus disregarding the everlasting (or everliving, as Rastas say) character of life.

    The cancer then metastasized to Marley’s brain, lungs, liver, and stomach. After playing two shows at Madison Square Garden as part of his fall 1980 Uprising Tour, he collapsed while jogging in NYC’s Central Park. The remainder of the tour was subsequently cancelled.

    Bob Marley played his final concert at the Stanley Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on September 23, 1980. The live version of "Redemption Song" on Songs of Freedom was recorded at this show.[5] Marley afterwards sought medical help from Munich specialist Josef Issels, but his cancer had already progressed to the terminal stage.

    While flying home from Germany to Jamaica for his final days, Marley became ill, and landed in Miami for immediate medical attention. He died at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Miami, Florida on the morning of May 11, 1981 at the age of 36

    #22130
    JonaJona
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    Ensi egudde eddalu!!!

    Musalawo mutya okukuza amazalibwa g’omuntu eyafa edda!!! Gwe osobola okukuza amazalibwa ga mama wo oba tata wo oba omwana wo, jjajjaawo, ng’amaze okufa? Osobola okumujjukira. Osobola nokujjukira olunaku lweyazalibwako.

    Naye tokuza mazaalibwa ge. Okukuza olunaku olwo kyandibadde kigenderera kumusanyusa. Osobola okusanyusa eyafa edda?

    Omuntu bwamala okufa ebibye biba biwedde.

    #22186
    MulongoMulongo
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    Naye Jona bannange, kale omuntu ayaweereza banne obulungi nga ali mu bulamu gwe oyagala bamujjukire batya? Kiyamba nnyo abantu okubeera nebyokulabirako bya bazira abakola emirimu ku lwo bulungi bwa bannabwe, nekulw’obuntu bwonna okutwalira awamu. Ekyo kyekimu ku bizibu Buganda byerina, nti emigigi emito tegikuze nakumanya kwa bazira Abaganda abaalwanirira eggwanga lyaffe.

    Okujjukira abantu kuno kubeeramu okwebaza Katonda olwo bulamu lwa bazira bano mu ensi neeri abantu bebalwanirira, ate mubeeramu nokulaga okusiima kwa bantu eri omulimu gwebakola. Ate era mubaamu nabantu nokwejjukiza bbo benyini obuvunanyizibwa bwaabwe eri eggwanga lyaabwe, n’obuntu okutwalira awamu.

    Olunaku abantu bano kwebafiira lubeera lwa nnaku, olunaku olwangu okujjukira olwaali olwessanyu, lwelunaku lwebazalibwaako. Era nga Christmas bweeri ya ssanyu okusinga Easter, ate nga tebeereza nti Yesu wadde yayita mu bulumi bungi naye yazukira nalinnya ne mu ggulu.

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