The rich, ganja-fied voice of Ky-mani Marley -- one of the many singing offspring of Bob Marley -- fills the void left by the death of his iconic father. (The watered-down pop stylings of his half brother Ziggy, favored by undiscriminating members of the Abercrombie & Fitch frat-boy set, only make the patriarch's absence more painful.) The son of Bob and a Jamaican table-tennis champ, 25-year-old Ky-mani grew up in Miami; strangely the Marley clan didn't throw much support behind his musical career until his debut album, The Journey, blew up big in 1999. Last year's Many More Roads stays satisfyingly close to the rootsy, rock-steady reggae that made his father, well, a legend.
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