Toots & the maytals famine / pass the pipe

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1. No Woman, No Cry – Bob Marley and the Wailers
2. Israelites – Desmond Dekker
3. Stir It Up – Bob Marley
4. Pressure Drop – Toots & The Maytals
5. The Harder They Come – Jimmy Cliff
6. One Love – Bob Marley/The Wailers
7. 54-46 That’s My Number – Toots & the Maytals
8. Satta Massagana – The Abyssinians
9. Funky Kingston – Toots & The Maytals
10. Montego Bay – Freddie Notes & The Rudies
11. Many Rivers To Cross – Jimmy Cliff
12. Marcus Garvey – Burning Spear
13. Legalize It – Peter Tosh
14. Redemption Song – Bob Marley
15. Here I Come – Dennis Brown
16. Get up, Stand Up – Bob Marley
17. Rudy Got Soul – Desmond Dekker & the Aces
18. The Tide Is High – The Paragons
19. Three Little Birds – Bob Marley and the Wailers
20. Everything I Own – Ken Boothe
21. Night Nurse – Gregory Isaacs
22. You Don’t Care – The Techniques
23. Viet Nam – Jimmy Cliff
24. Rivers of Babylon – The Melodians
25. Police and Thieves – Junior Murvin
26. Buffalo Soldier – Bob Marley & the Wailers
27. Red Red Wine – UB40
28. Cherry Oh Baby – Eric Donaldson
29. The Upsetter – Lee “Scratch” Perry
30. Sitting and Watching – Dennis Brown
31. Jamming – Bob Marley and The Wailers
32. Wear You to the Ball – The Paragons
33. Two Sevens Clash – Culture
34. I Shot the Sheriff – Bob Marley
35. Armagideon Time – Willie Williams
36. 007 (Shanty town) – Desmond Dekker
37. A Love I Can Feel – John Holt
38. Revolution, Pt. 1 – Dennis Brown
39. Queen Majesty – The Techniques
40. Natty Rebel – U-Roy
41. Loving Pauper – Dobby Dobson
42. Natural Mystic – Bob Marley
43. Equal Rights/Downpresser Man – Peter Tosh
44. Rock Steady – Alton Ellis
45. Do The Reggay – Toots & The Maytals
46. Don’t Stay Away – Phyllis Dillon
47. Baby Why – The Cables
48. One Blood – Jr. Reid
49. Iron Lion Zion – Bob Marley
50. Books Of Rules – The Heptones
51. Telephone Love – . Lodge
52. Blackheart Man – Bunny Wailer
53. Nanny Goat – Larry & Alvin Marshall
54. Unchained – Bob Andy
55. Tenement Yard – Jacob Miller
56. Ba Ba Boom – The Jamaicans
57. I Am Still in Love – Alton Ellis
58. Pass the Kouchie – The Mighty Diamonds
59. Wonderful World, Beautiful People – Jimmy Cliff
60. Mama Africa – Peter Tosh
61. Fade Away – Junior Byles
62. How Could I Leave – Dennis Brown
63. Soon Forward – Gregory Isaacs
64. Trenchtown Rock – Bob Marley/The Wailers
65. Westbound Train – Dennis Brown
66. Cool Rasta – The Heptones
67. My Conversation – Slim Smith & The Uniques
68. You Can Get it if You Really Want – Jimmy Cliff
69. Now That We Found Love – Third World
70. Talk About Love – Pat Kelly
71. I Need a Roof – The Mighty Diamonds
72. 1865 (96 Degrees in the Shade) – Third World
73. Declaration of Rights – The Abyssinians
74. War Ina Babylon – Max Romeo
75. Big Ship – Freddie McGregor
76. Waiting In Vain – Bob Marley
77. Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner – Black Uhuru
78. I Can See Clearly Now – Johnny Nash
79. What One Dance Can Do – Beres Hammond
80. Crying Over You – Ken Boothe
81. Someone Loves You – JC Lodge
82. Sonny’s Lettah (Anti-Sus Poem) – Linton Kwesi Johnson
83. What Kind Of World – The Cables
84. Rain from the Skies – Delroy Wilson
85. Everything Crash – The Ethiopians
86. Love Me Forever – Carlton & The Shoes
87. Johnny Too Bad – The Slickers
88. Love Is My Religion – Ziggy Marley
89. Monkey Man – Toots & The Maytals
90. War/No More Trouble – Bob Marley and the Wailers
91. Can I Change My Mind – Alton Ellis
92. Duppy Gunman – Ernie Smith
93. Zungguzgung -Yellowman
94. Black Cinderella – Errol Dunkley
95. Have Mercy – The Mighty Diamonds
96. Tumblin’ Down – Ziggy Marley & The Melod…
97. My Boy Lollipop – Millie Small
98. Hold Me Tight – Johnny Nash
99. Angel – Shaggy
100. Dreadlocks in Moonlight – Lee “Scratch” Perry

Oi, Louie Louie, sing it up mister! big, big monkey man!...take me home country road to the place I belong, on the number 54-46 to that sweet and dandy funky Kingston, before the pressure drop too hard...Bam, Bam! Toots, rocked and reggae'd us all, all the night long tonight. Everyone of us knew every word to every song, and let him know it. Haven't danced so freely, sung so loudly and laughed so hard up from the guts, all in unison as tonight, in much much too long. Toots (Hibbert) and The Maytals, are a beast!!! An' I thank them sincerely for that...was a PARTY!

In 1972 the group won the Jamaican Independence Festival Popular Song Competition for a third time with "Pomps and Pride". [5] The group was also featured twice in the soundtrack to The Harder They Come , the 1972 film starring Jimmy Cliff , named as one of Vanity Fair s Top 10 soundtracks of all time. [5]

The event is held on the beach, with soft sand, there is no vehicular access, so appropriate wheelchairs must be used to access the site.. Disabled toilets will be on site. If needed the watering hole team will be able to assist with transportation.

Following the release of the 1981 album Knock Out! , the trio split up, and Matthias and Gordon retired from the music business, while Hibbert continued as a solo artist. While Hibbert stayed busy as a live act, he didn't record again until 1988, when after playing a well-received set at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, he was approached by the head of Mango Records about cutting an album of American soul and R&B classics. Toots in Memphis paired Hibbert with the powerhouse Jamaican rhythm section of Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare and members of the Hi Records and Stax Records studio bands. The album was enthusiastically received by critics and earned Hibbert a Grammy nomination. In the mid-'90s, Hibbert assembled a new version of Toots & the Maytals without Gordon and Matthias , and toured extensively while recording a handful of albums for various reggae specialist labels. Toots & the Maytals made a high-profile comeback in 2004 with the album True Love , in which Toots re-recorded a number of his best and best-known songs with a stellar collection of guest stars, including Eric Clapton , No Doubt , Willie Nelson , Bonnie Raitt , Keith Richards , and the Roots . After this Grammy-winning collection of duets, Hibbert stepped back to the spotlight on his own for 2007's Light Your Light , and in 2012 his latest edition of the Maytals set out on a global acoustic tour to commemorate the 50th anniversary of their recording debut. A pair of concert albums, Reggae Got Soul: Unplugged on Strawberry Hill and Live! appeared that same year.

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