If you ‘re into Bob Marley and didn’t see this movie yet, please consider taking 90 minutes off soon to enjoy this award winning documentary on the life of legendary Bob Nesta Marley.
The presentation shows Marley‘s performances from the very beginning of his career to the very end and includes the songs “Stir it Up,” “Lively Up Yourself” and “Redemption Song“, as well as original raw and long footages of Bob Marley Live Performances .
The documentary Caribbean Nights shows the beginning of Bob Marley’s career, the relocation in Kingston, the famous interview with Gil Noble from 1980, the assassination attempt and much more.
Scenes include original black and white filmed material from Marleys pre-international days a 1973 BBC shoot and the historic 1978 One Love concert in Kingston and the concert footage comprises roughly half of the film.
Can’t go wrong with this movie if you like Bob Marley, Reggae and Jamaica.
This video was produced in association with Island Visual Arts and is distributed by PolyGram Records. Caribbean Nights was the winner of the Ace Award 1988 .