4-stars FT Review: CATCH A FIRE – A grand-scale tribute to the 1973 landmark recording

Oh wow! What a fantastic review of the Catch A Fire show at QEH by the lovely Mike Hobart for the Financial Times. You know, the show sold out a full two weeks ahead of time, yet people were still queuing up outside the venue trying to get their hands on tickets for the show on the night. Incredible! But a real testimony to just how great this show is. Anyway, check out what the FT had to say about it:

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The 1973 album Catch a Fire established Bob Marley and the Wailers internationally and launched reggae on to the world stage. This gig, featuring a 31-piece orchestra and an 80-voice choir, was a grand-scale tribute to this landmark recording, and, as part of the touring Lively Up! Festival, at the same time marked the 50th anniversary of Jamaican independence. Read on…

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