Toots & The Maytals: The Man Who Would Be God
Penny Reel, NME, 21 February 1976
JAH TOOTS: "...tracks on my new album? Well, there's 'Reggae Got Soul' – that's the title track, you know – 'Never Go Down', 'Dog War', 'Sad Song' – tha's the old Otis Redding tune, 'Sad Song' – then there's 'Six And Seven Books Of Moses', 'In The Ghetto', and there's 'Rasta Man', and..."
Total word count of piece: 3042
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