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Reggae: Black Punks On 'Erb

Report and Interview by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, October 1976

'Youth is the first thing that hits you about the musicians...reggae is still a young music, further progress is made every day' ...

Jamaica: The Young Lion Roars – The JA Connexion Part 2

Report and Interview by Chris Salewicz, New Musical Express, June 1978

SURROUNDED on three sides by a raw, harshly primal terrain that combines austere Bronte-evoking moorland with a dense near-Northern Californian verdancy, the Jamaican Tourist Board ...

Peter Tosh: The Bush Doctor's Dilemma

Interview by Vivien Goldman, Melody Maker, December 1978

GAME-RULES for life: tall people have a natural advantage. Or look at it this way: tall people stand out. They're obvious targets. If you're very ...

Tosh in monotone

Live Review by Vivien Goldman, Melody Maker, December 1978

Peter Tosh did three nights in London, and I attended two. Why is it always the night I'm not there that everybody raves about? In ...

Peter Tosh: He's The Toughest

Interview by Barbara Charone, Creem, March 1979

If anybody can bring reggae music to the rest of the world, especially America, then Peter's the one to do it along with Bob Marley. ...

Peter Tosh: Mystic Man

Review by Simon Frith, Melody Maker, June 1979

I ALMOST didn't make it through the title-track. Two female trios do the I Threes jobs for Tosh, and here their effect is extra-irritating. They ...

Peter Tosh and Dennis Brown: Greek Theatre, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, August 1983

REGGAE RAUCOUSLY RECEIVED AT GREEK ...

Reggae: Can The Beat Go On?

Comment by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, September 1987

THE DEATH OF Peter Tosh, gunned down Sept 11 at his Kingston, Jamaica, home during an apparent robbery, is only the latest tragedy in the ...

Peter Tosh: 'Volatile'

Obituary by Lloyd Bradley, Q, November 1987

Bitter, violent, a few bricks short of the load, Peter Tosh was a hard man to love. Lloyd Bradley investigates the gangland connections that resulted ...

see also Bob Marley & the Wailers

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