Catching Fire
Collection Contents: 2 Films, 3 Stories
The Capitol Session '73
The Capitol Session '73

Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Joe Higgs lead the Wailers in a seminal performance filmed with four cameras at the Capitol Records Tower on October 24, 1973. Meticulously restored and long believed lost, the previously unseen live session documents the reggae legends at a crucial moment in their career. 

About This Collection

With reggae on the cusp of breaking internationally, three of its founding fathers — Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Joe Higgs — tour as part of the Wailers in late 1973 before various circumstances alter the group’s trajectory. As one pivotal chapter ends, another begins. Each iconic singer plays a critical role in establishing the music’s popularity, developing its activist motifs and bringing its survivalist messages to the masses.

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