Here are several Peter Tosh vinyl selections from my vinyl stock. Three crucial tracks with versions pressed to Tosh’s own Intel-Diplo imprint. Pay special attention to the versions as they are rather rare. The final selection is Peter Tosh’s “Anti-Apartheid”… Continue Reading
Here is a very interesting chat with Peter Tosh which was published in the May 14, 1981 issue of Rolling Stone.
A rare print interview with Peter from the October 1977 issue of Super Rock.
PLUS a live performance of “Igziabeher (Let Jah be Praise)” from the Legalize It tour 1976! There is significant news on the Peter Tosh front as Reggae SuperJam promoter Kingsley Cooper was recently quoted in Billboard magazine stating that he… Continue Reading
This week’s album selection is, in my humble opinion, the best-produced reggae album ever recorded. That is a bold statement when one considers the quality of the albums recorded by each of the three Wailers members. When I interviewed Bob… Continue Reading
You may notice that we are going to great lengths to digitize as much original press vinyl as possible. It is a concerted effort to preserve the sound and vibes of the music the way it was originally recorded and… Continue Reading
Included here is rare video footage of Peter Tosh being interviewed and performing unplugged before his two-night stand at the Beacon Theater in NYC on October 16/17, 1976. Peter Tosh 1976
Last Words from Peter Tosh: The Last Interview by Maureen Sheridan Musician Magazine December 1987 Included here is Peter Tosh’s last published interview which was published in December 1987, just three months after his brutal murder. CLICK COVER TO READ INTERVIEW
PETER TOSH’S MANAGER, HERBIE MILLER, TELLS TOSH’S TALL TALES Many thanks to Ras at the Peter Tosh Archive for sharing. © Jean-Pierre Leloir