This new project has been authorized by Marley's family, and Ziggy says: "I am thrilled that the Marley family will finally have the opportunity to document our father's legacy and are truly honored to have Mr. Scorsese guide the journey." While it may seem strange that the documentary already has a release date of February 2, 2010, it is the day that Marley would have turned 65. Marley's life was cut short by cancer in 1981, but before that, there were the songs that are still immensely popular -- well beyond the regular Rastafarian reach; tunes like "I Shot the Sheriff," "Redemption Song," and "No Woman, No Cry." With Marty at the helm, this should be a good voyage.
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