The first two solo albums by Peter Tosh on Columbia Records were cornerstones of the roots-rock-reggae movement: 'Legalize It' (1976) and 'Equal Rights' (1977).
'Equal Rights' brought together Peter Tosh's dedications to the revolutionary movements growing in Africa, and his personal growth as a prophet, poet, preacher and world-class musical trailblazer. The album included a number of songs that became human rights anthems over the next two decades: "Get Up, Stand Up," "Downpressor Man," "African," "Apartheid," and the title tune.
Both 'Legalize It (MOVLP342)' and 'Equal Rights' will be commemorated with the release of Expanded Vinyl Editions.
Each double LP package will contain fully remastered audio and Dub versions that were previously only available on very limited edition Jamaican dub plates.
Both releases will include 2 detailed inserts.
180 grams audiophile vinyl
9 Bonus Dub tracks
Including 2 insert sheets
A1 Get Up, Stand Up
A2 Downpressor Man
A3 I Am That I Am
A4 Stepping Razor
B1 Equal Rights
B3 Jah Guide
C1 Dub-Presser Man
C2 I Am That I Am (ShaJahShoka Dub Plate)
C3 Heavy Razor (ShaJahShoka Dub Plate)
C4 African (London Sound System Dub Plate)
D1 Jah Guide (Dub Plate)
D2 Hammer (ShaJahShoka Dub Plate)
D3 Blame The Yout (Dub Version)
D4 Babylon Queendom (Dub Version)
D5 vampireS (Dub Version)
Catalog # : MOVLP341
Barcode : 8713748982126
Format : LP, 180 gram
Sleeve : 5mm
Releasedate : 2011-10-17