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Ska and Reggae legend comes to Hull City Hall

Toots & the Maytals will be visiting Hull City Hall later this year as part of his UK tour. The Ska and Reggae legend will visit the venue on Thursday 27 July. 743 more words

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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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“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

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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

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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