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On Anniversary Tour, Bunny Wailer Is Still A Blackheart Man

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Alt.Latino Lays Out A Sonic Altar For Dia De Los Muertos

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Bob Marley, seen here performing in Paris in 1980, died years before Legend was released. It has since sold millions of copies — and this week, it hit No. 5 on the Billboard chart. Guidot Lou/Dalle /Landov hide caption

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Chronixx is one of the biggest new artists in reggae, as well as part of a younger generation of Jamaican musicians who give old-school sounds a fresh take. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jamaica's Hottest New-School Reggae Artists Return To Roots

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From Alt.Latino, With Love: A Valentine's Day Extravaganza

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Can't We All Just Get Along? Our Search For The Albums Everyone Loves

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'Marley': A History On Film Of The Man Turned 'Legend'

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Peter Tosh: Reclaiming A Wailer

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Bob Marley: The Man, The Myth, The Brand

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Bob Marley's Reggae Landmark

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