A blond dreadlock rasta during a concert!
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interview - women

"Why did Bob Marley not compose a song against women's suppression? But women are suppressed..."
"...all over the world! All over the world! Cause I believe he really respected women as he does himself as a man, you know. He sees himself as a man that respects his woman. And if you respect a woman I think you get more out of the relationship than you would if you were kind of suppressing them and womanizing them."
Listen to Al Anderson! (205 K)

"We could change the lyrics of the song war:..."Until the philosophy which holds one (race) SEX superior and another inferior... we gonna have war."
"I really think that, you know, it's only a male dominated world because of the physical aspect of it. And women are equally intelligent as men, you know. And I think they are finding their place in politics and the work field and equalizing all men at this point, you know. Because there is women politicians, there's women Prime Ministers. I don't really think that in the future this is gonna really matter. I think it's gonna be down to how intelligent the individual is to guide people to the right place."
Listen to Al Anderson! (340 K)

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HOW COULD THAT MUSIC GROW SO BIG:
"It was Bob's plan!"

LOVE AND PEACE AND POLITICS:
"Bob could have been a politician!"

MATERIALISM:
"The music influences the peoples' minds!"

VIOLENCE:
"If I had to fight I would!"

THE SONG "WAR" and COMPOSING:
"A great idea of Bob's friend 'Skill' !"

THE "REDEMPTION SONG"
"Wia Lindo had a lot to do with that song!"

AL ANDERSON, LEAD GUITAR:
"We wanted to help develop the music!"

AL ANDERSON about RASTAFARI:
"I'm more of a buddhist myself!"

ROOTS REGGAE:
"Everybody could identify with!"

PERCUSSION:
"Five people around certain microphones!"

PETER TOSH and BUNNY WAILER:
"Maybe they all gonna come back together!"

WOMEN'S LIBERATION:
"Women are equally intelligent as men!"

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