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The Great Wall of Music: Albums 380-371

  1. Toots & the Maytals – Funky Kingston

If Marvin Gaye did reggae, it would sound exactly like this. But you know what? I dig it. I dig it a lot actually. 1,429 more words

Toots & the Maytals at Hull City Hall

Toots & the Maytals will perform at Hull City Hall on July 27 as part of a UK tour.

Toots & the Maytals originally called simply The Maytals, is considered a legend of ska and reggae music. 1,057 more words

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Country Roads, Mon

“Country Roads,” written by Bill Danoff, Taffy Nivert and (maybe) John Denver, as interpreted by Toots & the Maytals in 1974.

‘Country roads take me home… 60 more words

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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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