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The deluxe Legacy edition includes the original Jamaican recordings and demos, as well as dub mixes, alternate versions and outtakes, all of which are incredible to hear in remastered glory. The only track missing is "Ketchy Shuby Instrumental" which appeared on the single disc remastered release as a bonus track.
A must own album for all music listeners.
I have reviewed separately “Scrolls of the prophet” – a 1976 - 78 selection (Best of?) of Peter Tosh music
This is probably the first of the series of political records that he produced after leaving the Wailers , and whatever your views on the legal status of marijuana , .you cannot knock the classical Jamaican reggae and his tackling of so many political issues. Other reviews here on Amazon have listed the issues he tackled in his song writing. I am no classical Reggae fan and have come to the music late and yes it is 70’s music – and none the worse for that. Well worth exploring.
There is something for everyone, and all side of Tosh are shown, the Rastaman, the millitant, the prophet, the philosopher. Where better to start than 'Legalize it, dont criticise it'?
Burial is classic Tosh and his fight against 'poli-tricks'. Igziabeher is a superb roots cut, and only Tosh could get away with singing about a Jamaican cricket game (Ketchy Shuby). His finest album. Miss it, miss out. As Tosh would say 'You never miss your water till your well runs dry'
However, I can say that it has a fantastic feel to it. The album, as the title suggests, raises issues to do with the legalisation of Gange. But despite its strong political overtones, it remains a fun and easy album to listen to.
The opening track has a wonderful synth part in the background, that only reggae records ever seem to possess. No hint of electronics, but a natural feel. I could go on and pick the best tracks, but I think I'd probably ending up saying them all, with the possible exception of the 3rd, as it has a cheesy synth part that seems out of place.
I suppose to any reggae fans better versed than I, all that can be said is that this is a valuable addition to a collection. For Marley fans looking for a little something extra, you could do a lot worse than this.
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