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title: KAZO records a/b sides - Peter Tosh - Black Vinyl P-01
artist: Peter Tosh
trader: KAZO (http://kazo.wailers.free.fr)
release: 1.1 November 2008
01 1A:OliveBlossom WOS-10 Simpleton 2:46 (4+)
02 2A:Randy's RCII-3-12 You Can't Fool Me Again 2:37 (4+)
03 2B:Randy's RCII-3-13 You Can't Fool Me Again
(Straight To Rag-Jah Rabbit Head) 2:43 (4+)
04 3A:Randy's eBay Am Getting Old (excerpt)(Fred Locks) 1:18 (4-)
05 3B:Randy's eBay Whistling Jane (excerpt) 1:37 (4-)
06 4A:Randy's TORR Man Greatest Adventure (Apollo 11) 3:04 (4+)
07 5A:Randy's TA-EPT-5 Stick Up (Full) 2:52 (4+)
08 5B:Randy's TA-EPT-4 Little Green Apples (full) 2:40 (4+)
09 6B:Randy's TA-EPT-3 Green Duck 2:24 (4+)
10 7A:Striker Lee JR4-2 Somebody To Love (Slim Smith) 2:32 (4)
11 7B:Striker Lee JR4-3 The Crimson Pirate 2:24 (4+)
12 8A:Trans Am AsT2-16 Oppressor Man (full) 4:06 (4+)
13 8B:Trans Am AsT2-17 Oppressor Dub 3:55 (4)
14 X1:OliveBlossom FR1-2 Don't Deceive Me 2:44 (4+)
15 X2:Randy's SSK 30-60-90 (Jackie Mittoo) 3:29 (4+)
16 X3:Randy's FR2-17 Warfare 3:08 (4+)
17 X4:Randy's SSK Pepper Pot 2:19 (4+)
18 X5:? DK3-25 I've Got To Go Back Home (Version) 2:52 (4+)
1A: Blank 7' (Peter Tosh & The Crackers). B-side was Warn The People (Willie Francis & Busters All Stars)
3A/3B: Blank 7'. A-side from Fred Locks, Peter not involved. B-side is an instrumental version of "What Does It Take To Win Your Love" by Alton Ellis. Jackie Mittoo on keyboard and Peter Tosh doing the whistling
4A: At last, freed! Blank (Randy´s), B-side: Splashdown (Mikey Carroll)
5A/5B: Blank 7'. Bob on guitar, Peter on organ, Count Machouki DJ
6B: b-side of Sugar Sugar (The Wailers)
7A/7B: JA 7'. A-side from Slim Smith, Peter not involved. B-side is the instrumental version. Misleaded with Moon Dusk on CD because they were appaired on UK Jackpot 7'.
8A/8B: with some sound error corrected under editing. 8B very scratchy.
X1: A Prince Buster'song. RS gives it with Peter and Bunny on harmony but ... there is no harmony! Peter is probably not involved. To be confirmed.
X2/X3: Count Machouki DJ, Peter on organ, JA 7', B-side was Wha She Do Now (Heptones).
X4: A Jackie Mittoo's song. Peter would play on it.
X5: Instrumental cut of a Bob Andy's 1966 track. Where it's coming from is a mystery. Presence of Peter Tosh probable but to be confirmed.
1969:2A to 4A,X1,X2,X3
1970:5A to 8B,X4,X5?
All tracks unissued on this form
Available on CD mix: 2A,2B(very rare),5B(shorter),8A(shorter),8B
* Don't You Know (Prince Buster with Peter and Bunny, blank Olive Blossom 7')
* Full version of 3A/3B
* Them A Wicked/Wicked version
Missing but widely available on CD for Peter's tracks:
* If You Don't Mind (The Gaylads)/Rightful Ruler
* Ambitious Beggar/Pepper Seed
* Cat Woman (Glen Adams)/Selassie Serenade
* The Return Of Alcapone/Q Club (Lennox Brown)
* Sun Valley/Drums of Fu Man Chu (Headley Bennett)
* Don´t Let Me Down (Marcia Griffiths)/Romper Room
* Moon Duck
Selection of best sources for 7' and/or 12' singles, sometimes complemented with some additional issued vinyl takes. Priority has been given to lossless tracks, however few lossy ones have been selected when they really were the best available sound. Level averaging has been performed using a sound editor (Goldwave). Remaining imperfections (cracks, skips) are inherent to the nature of vinyls. If you have better lossless sound, please contact me ([email protected]).
What you have here is the result of hundreds of hours of a very tiring work. Please respect it. Do not sell, do not distribute in MP3 form.
If you see KAZO discs for sale, somebody somewhere is selling what he received for free.
(Special thanks to all friends who helped me, they know who they are)(Very special thanks to SoT here)