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by Steffens, Roger and Peter Simon

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  • Seller Inventory #: 46360
  • Book condition: Fine in a fine dust jacket (as new.)
  • Jacket condition: fine
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • ISBN 10: 1933784237
  • ISBN 13: 9781933784236
  • Publisher: Insight Editions,
  • Place: San Rafael, CA:
  • Date published: (2007.)
  • Keywords: jamaica, rastafari, bob marley, ganja, marijuana, caribbean, african american, afro-caribbean, photography,

San Rafael, CA: : Insight Editions,, (2007.). Fine in a fine dust jacket (as new.). First printing. Reggae scholar and Beat magazine founder Roger Steffens traces reggae's history and roots, in a chronological format, illustrated with striking photographs in both black and white and full color by reggae enthusiast Peter Simon (Carly's brother). Includes a foreword by Toots Hibbert and an introduction by Stephen Davis. It also includes a DVD specially made for this book compiling rare and previously unseen interviews with the greats of reggae music - including Peter Tosh, Jimmy Cliff, and Toots Hibbert - and removable printed reproductions of items from Steffen's personal collection. Oversized format, illustrated throughout. A fascinating book. SIGNED on the half title page by Roger Steffens with "one" and a drawing of a heart.