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World's Rastafarians gather in Ethiopia, jammin' to celebrate Bob Marley

TENS OF thousands of reggae fans gathered in Ethiopia yesterday to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Bob Marley's birth, winding their bodies to the sound of the drumbeat.

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ETHIOPIA MAY be happy to host celebrations for the 60th anniversary of Bob Marley's birth, but the country has had an uneasy relationship with Rastafarians.

Marley's widow to exhume his body for reburial in Ethiopia

When Bob Marley died 24 years ago, the acknowledged face of reggae was buried with characteristic style, his Gibson guitar and his bible laid beside him. As the world mourned his loss, few questions were asked when his burial took place in his native Jamaica.

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Obituary: Don Taylor

NOW HAILED as one of the icons of the 20th century and the first world music superstar, the Jamaican singer Bob Marley, who died in 1981, was supported in his endeavours by a huge entourage. At its centre from 1974 to 1979 was his manager Don Taylor.

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Obituary: Junjo Lawes

HENRY "JUNJO" Lawes was the hottest reggae producer of the early part of the 1980s, the originator of the "dancehall" style that has dominated Jamaican music since the death of Bob Marley in 1981.

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Obituary: Dennis Brown

THE NAME of Dennis Brown was such a guarantee of vocal and recording quality during the 1970s that his sobriquet "The Crown Prince of Reggae" was truly deserved.

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