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Ackee ACK 528 # Flames – Feeling Good / Thin Legs & The Afrojams – Zig Zag (Ackee) 1973 UK 7”

The Flames – Feeling Good / Thin Legs & The Afrojams – Zig Zag (Ackee # ACK 528) 1973 UK 7”

The Flames – Feeling Good / Thin Legs And The Afrojams – Zig Zag (Ackee # ACK 528) 1973 UK 7” 29 more words

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Upsetter US 327 # Toots – Do You Like It / Upsetters – Touch Of Fire (Upsetter) 1970 UK 7”

Toots – Do You Like It / The Upsetters – Touch Of Fire (Upsetter # US 327) 1970 UK 7”

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940. pressure drop

“I’m pretty sure Toots + the Maytals were the first reggae band I ever consciously heard. It was their cover of John Denver’s Take Me Home Country Roads, which suddenly showed up on the local radio. 86 more words

All Vinyl Apocalypse

0313: "54-46 Was My Number" by Toots & the Maytals

What separates Toots & the Maytals from almost all of the first generation of Jamaican ska, reggae, and rocksteady recording artists is Toots Hibbert. Set against a traditional sound is a man whose voice is so distinctly Jamaican while also sounding so thoroughly like an amalgam of Otis Redding and James Brown. 197 more words

1970s

Ray Charles: "I Got A Woman"

Tune du Jour: “I Got A Woman” – Ray Charles
THE CLASH of Cover Tunes: The Barbarians vs. Andy Stokes vs. Toots & The Maytals… 107 more words
THE CLASH Of Cover Tunes

OLD ESSAY// Ireashia Monét is QUEER, ILL, & OK

This piece originally appeared in Side by Side Magazine.

Now entering its fourth season, QUEER, ILL, & OK is a performance series that features Queer-identified artists exploring their relationships to chronic illness. 1,787 more words

The Kinks: "You Really Got Me"

Tune du Jour: “You Really Got Me” – The Kinks
THE CLASH of Cover Tunes: Los Apson vs. Mott the Hoople vs. Toots & The Maytalls… 102 more words
THE CLASH Of Cover Tunes