This year's April 20 has a profound significance for anyone who's ever embraced the timeless music of Bob Marley. The stoner's holiday also marks the release of a highly anticipated documentary on the life of the late reggae legend.
Marley was directed by acclaimed filmmaker Kevin MacDonald, who you likely know for his work on award-winning 2006 film The Last King of Scotland. He's brought that same gritty, true-to-life vision to Marley, which also features a 24-track soundtrack that chronicles Marley's inspiring live show and studio recordings. It's in the former category that we find the most intriguing piece on the OST, a previously unreleased live version of "Jammin'" from his 1978 One Love Peace Concert performance.
All the tracks were hand-picked by those closest to him, including his family members and Island Records founder Chris Blackwell. We're excited to bring you an exclusive full stream of the two-disc soundtrack, which you can check out in its entirety below. Pre-order your own copy on Amazon. It drops April 17.