Shot at the turn of the century, when you cold still see the floor in the main archive room. The second shelf from the top is all Marley and Wailers-related albums and twelve-inches.

 

 Looking outward from the Reggae Cave, toward the Reggae Library, whose door is a hand-painted bamboo curtain of "Chinese Bob" painted in Saigon. I spent the last 26 months of the '60s living in Saigon and working with refugees, so this has a lot of emotional resonance for me.

 Rappin' on the radio, which I try to do at least once in every city I visit, hooking up with the local reggae massive, and playing a whole heap of unreleased and rare materials from the archives.

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