Genre: Reggae
Label: RockBeat
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Peter Tosh Live At My Father's Place 1978 LP

Peter Tosh

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Intimate 1978 Live Set on Vinyl LP!

Amazing live 1978 set recorded at My Fathers Place (owned by Michael 'Eppy' Epstein in Roslyn, Long Island) and simulcast by radio station WLIR. Tosh, one of the core original members of the Wailers, was the first and only artist to be signed to the Rolling Stones label, other than the Stones themselves. Mikey Chung's work on guitar was truly exceptional that night, as was Tosh's performance, and you can sense the intimacy of playing in a small club with every note.

Nearly 45 years ago, reggae great Peter Tosh played to a packed house at New York club My Father's Place, with many punters buying a ticket expecting to see him joined by members of the Rolling Stones. (Tosh was signed to the band's label at the time.) While Mick Jagger didn't make a surprise appearance, what those folks got instead was a fiery performance by the Bush Doctor himself and his band as they tore through classics like 'Get Up Stand Up,' 'Pick Yourself Up' and his now prescient ode to ganja 'Legalize It.' Broadcast originally over the airwaves of Long Island radio station WLIR, this recording of that gig sounds phenomenal... Every detail of every song comes across with crispness and authority.
-Robert Ham, Paste Magazine


  • Vinyl LP
  • Made in Canada


Side A:

  1. 400 Years
  2. Stepping Razor
  3. Pick Yourself Up
  4. African

Side B:

  1. Bush Doctor
  2. Don't Look Back
  3. Get Up Stand Up
  4. Legalize It

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