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Peter Tosh Captured Live- 1984

Posted by Sister Jen 
Peter Tosh Captured Live- 1984
July 21, 2004 05:54PM
Has anyone caught this show on DVD? It's KILLER!!! I highly recommend it. If you're a Peter Tosh fan then it's a must have. I watch it all the time. I NEVER get sick of it. It’s live at the Roxy in LA. Here is the set list...


Tracks:
1. Intro/Creation
2. Pick Myself Up
3. African
4. Coming in Hot
5. Not Gonna Give It Up
6. Rastafari Is
7. Where You Gonna Run
8. Glass House
9. Equal Rights/Downpressor Man
10. Johnny B. Goode
11. Get Up, Stand Up
Re: Peter Tosh Captured Live- 1984
July 21, 2004 06:05PM
Are any of the concert clips in Red X from this show, Sis?

One love,

Rootz
TR-808
Re: Peter Tosh Captured Live- 1984
July 21, 2004 06:08PM

yeah.. who is the band

thx
Re: Peter Tosh Captured Live- 1984
July 21, 2004 06:15PM
No, Nothing from Red X. The band is Soul Syndicate.
Re: Peter Tosh Captured Live- 1984
July 21, 2004 06:16PM
I would guess Sly & Robbie? Or were they yet touring with Peter at this point?

One love,

Rootz
ureek-a dub
Re: Peter Tosh Captured Live- 1984
July 21, 2004 10:54PM
No, the band is Fully Fullwood, w/Santa Davis from Soul Syndicate on Drums, not Sly and Robbie! One of the greatest drum and bass duo's EVER I think. Also one of the best live reggae videos out. I know Santa Davis personaly! A very, very humble soul, infact he was in Peters house the day he was murdered and was also shot himself, butluckily lived!
Ureek-A-Dub!
Re: Peter Tosh Captured Live- 1984
July 21, 2004 11:01PM
Yep...Fully and Santa- Soul Syndicte. I agree with you about them as a KILLER drum and Bass team. Glad to hear you enjoy the performance too. I love it!!!
Re: Peter Tosh Captured Live- 1984
July 22, 2004 06:26AM
Aight, souds good. Now I just need a DVD player. Is there any DVD/Video release from the Equal Rights tour w/ messrs. Drumbar & Basspeare.

One love,

Rootz
Re: Peter Tosh Captured Live- 1984
July 23, 2004 03:24PM
Soul Syndicate members - but the band was Word Sound and Power (just like it was with Sly n Robbie). Vision Walker (lead/background singer for the Wailers for a bit in the 60s) was on guitar as well. One of the greatest touring bands in reggae history!
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