Reggae: Bob Marley And The Wailers – High Tide Or Low Tide…

Category: Reggae

The Bob Marley estate, along with some others (Blackwell, Simon Fuller), got together to produce a new Bob Marley video for the track High Tide or Low Tide. Edited by Kevin Macdonald (also the dude that’s directing the upcoming Bob movie) this video was produced to help bring awareness about the food crisis in Africa (East) and raise funds for the Save The Children campaign. Get ready to be depressed by this one. Powerful stuff:

From the Bob Marley estate:
To Friends,

We are reaching out to you today to ask a favor. We believe that you can help us stop children dying [in] the most devastating food crisis happening today in East Africa.

Not one child should be denied food nor water. Not one child should suffer from the conflict caused by grown men. Over three million woman and children are suffering. They are innocent. They are not political. They are starving. Bob Marley, then and now, stands for an Africa united, for one love, for the protection of children worldwide. Please join us as we, along with Save The Children, stand up together as friends to put a stop to this needless waste of life, to feed our children and to save their lives.

We are asking you to please post our video message to your Facebook page. This generous act will help us reach through your friends and ours over two hundred million people worldwide.

One love,

The Marley family
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  1. Ryan Rhodes Brown August 9th, 2011 1:25 pm

    kinda sucks that the post below it trashes food. just saw a movie last night called food inc. good shit. everyone should watch it. buy local. FARMERS MARKET BITCH

  2. zOnk.oNe August 12th, 2011 6:31 am

    Food Inc. is good. Most folks didn’t grow up bein punk rockers or vegetarian, so the info will be all ‘new’. Scary, but lots of encouragin stuff at the end of the movie.

    *Watch King Corn learn more about the corn aspect that Food Inc. touches lightly on. It’ll change the way you think about corn, and the food industry.

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