Marley's Ghosts

The reggae king lives on in CDs, a concert and a theme restaurant

There's a natural mystic blowing through the air. --Bob Marley

There is something mystical about the man and his music. Before Bob Marley, reggae was an island; after Marley, reggae was global. And almost 20 years after his death, Marley's influence is still growing. A dance remix of his hit Sun Is Shining is the No. 1 song in U.S. clubs. Next month an all-star tribute to Marley will be held in Oracabessa Bay, Jamaica, featuring performers ranging from Sarah McLachlan to Busta Rhymes (it will air on TNT Dec. 19). And next month Bob Marley: Soul Rebel (Thunder's Mouth; 144...

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