""Most likely it is the idle scribblings of a sophomoric pothead. Simple as that."
This made me lol.
"can you imagine a realistic scenario whereby Bob Marley was presented with a poster of himself, but, rather than simply…"
"Authenticity is everything, I read somewhere. I would never try to defraud anyone or pretend to have something that hasn’t been authenticated by a reputable expert, or has a first-hand account of it’s authenticity. I’m no expert,…"
"I quite agree, and I am not prone to delude myself by deciding it’s one thing and contorting all evidence to that conclusion. I will confess to letting my imagination leap ahead of my reasoning, and I’m still doing some digging on the…"
"In a literal sense, the “Yes!” exclamation answers the question posed in the previous lyrical quotation. But it’s clearly a semi-covert reference to the prog rock band. Whoever wrote it thought they were being terribly…"
"Good points, and it’s very intriguing that someone would write that Yes lyric on a poster, but I agree it doesn’t point to (or away from, maybe he was a fan) Mr. Marley. But by my reading the ‘yes! When we find out he’s not a…"
"I’m not a Marley expert, but, from the examples I’ve seen, this doesn’t look like his handwriting. Just my opinion.
The quote, “Does a lamb cry out before we shoot it dead,” sounds vaguely biblical, but it…"
"Yes not traces but written multiple times on the same occasion because of a faulty pen, or perhaps the poster wasn’t on a stable surface.. it seems that they started out writing cursive, and had to write it one or two more times to make it…"
So I came into possession of this tucked into a huge record collection of classics rock and pop, from the 60’s and 70’s, and I’m looking at it this handwriting on it which I didn’t notice before. I got a chill when I read it: “does the lamb cry out…See More