Digitally re-mastered and expanded edition of this album from the Reggae great featuring one bonus track: 'Ketchy Shuby' (Instrumental). Originally released in 1976, Legalize It was Peter Tosh's debut album and, following years spent as a core member of the Wailers, announced with a bold statement his arrival as a solo artist. Although famous for it's title track's celebration and promotion of the usage of marijuana, the album mixes Tosh's political stance with humor and melodic infectiousness. The album features heavyweights of Jamaican music and members of the Wailers and Peter Tosh's backing band, Word, Sound and Power. These include: Bunny Wailer, Carlton and Aston Barrett, Sly & Robbie, Al Anderson, Rita Marley, Mikey Chung and Booby Ellis. EMI. 2009.
Digitally re-mastered and expanded edition of this album from the Reggae great featuring one bonus track: 'Ketchy Shuby' (Instrumental). Originally released in 1976, Legalize It was Peter Tosh's debut album and, following years spent as a core member of the Wailers, announced with a bold statement his arrival as a solo artist. Although famous for it's title track's celebration and promotion of the usage of marijuana, the album mixes Tosh's political stance with humor and melodic infectiousness. The album features heavyweights of Jamaican music and members of the Wailers and Peter Tosh's backing band, Word, Sound and Power. These include: Bunny Wailer, Carlton and Aston Barrett, Sly & Robbie, Al Anderson, Rita Marley, Mikey Chung and Booby Ellis. EMI. 2009.
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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Catalog: CDVR2061
Rel. Date: 01/27/2009
UPC: 5099926779522

Legalize It [Import]
Artist: Peter Tosh
Format: CD
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Digitally re-mastered and expanded edition of this album from the Reggae great featuring one bonus track: 'Ketchy Shuby' (Instrumental). Originally released in 1976, Legalize It was Peter Tosh's debut album and, following years spent as a core member of the Wailers, announced with a bold statement his arrival as a solo artist. Although famous for it's title track's celebration and promotion of the usage of marijuana, the album mixes Tosh's political stance with humor and melodic infectiousness. The album features heavyweights of Jamaican music and members of the Wailers and Peter Tosh's backing band, Word, Sound and Power. These include: Bunny Wailer, Carlton and Aston Barrett, Sly & Robbie, Al Anderson, Rita Marley, Mikey Chung and Booby Ellis. EMI. 2009.