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Arise Black Man: The Peter Tosh Story

Arise Black Man: The Peter Tosh Story was originally broadcast on BBC Radio 4 FM November 23, 2010. Peter Tosh found international fame alongside Bob Marley as a member of The Wailers.  As a solo artist he released several landmark reggae albums and even recorded with the Rolling...
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Congos on a Saturday morning…

Start your weekend off right… Congos “Food For The Rainy Day” (Congo Ashanty) Congos “At The Feast” 12″ (Congo Ashanty) Congos “Reggae Revival” (Congo Ashanty) Congos “Music Maker” (Congo Ashanty) Cedric Myton & Congos “Can’t Take It Away” 12″ (Go Feet) Congos “Children Crying”/”Open The Gate” (Congo Ashanty)...
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Bob Marley Interview, Black Music, June 1976

I love this interview with Bob Marley.  He is so close to becoming an international superstar.  By this point he has become a huge star in Jamaica and in the UK, making his mark there with the Lyceum Theatre run in the summer of 1975.  Here we find...
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Rare Peter Tosh Interview, Summer 1981

Here is a very rare print interview with Peter Tosh which appeared in the summer 1981 issue of the Canadian reggae rag CHEER.  Tosh speaks with Daniel Caudeiron while in Toronto to perform in 1980.  Tosh discusses his reasons for leaving The Wailers.  
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Exclusive! Interview with Peter Tosh biographer John Masouri

John Masouri’s eagerly anticipated exploration of the life and music of Peter Tosh finally hit the shelves a few weeks ago. Published by Omnibus Press, The Life Of Peter Tosh: Steppin’ Razor is an engaging, insightful and informative 486-page Tosh extravaganza, or rather extravaGANJA, given Peter’s well-known propensity...
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Natty Dread Marches on Washington

David Hinds of Steel Pulse talks Trayvon Martin, Martin Luther King, and a new album and documentary with MIDNIGHT RAVER. When you consider the great reggae poets of the past forty years, names like Linton Kwesi Johnson, Mutabaruka, Benjamin Zephaniah come to mind for most.  However, there is...
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