An awesome live set from the late 70s, capturing the Stepping Razor in a blindingly great performance from the legendary One Love Peace Concert. Tosh is at his fiery political best, delivering smoking versions of some of his best 70s solo roots material, accompanied by Word Sound & Power, who are no slouches in the live arena
themselves. Sly Dunbar's outstanding performance is a special highlight, but the whole concert's a rather fierce affair, start to finish. Plus as a bonus, there's a full second disc featuring Tosh in a beautifully stripped down acoustic setting, just the man and his guitar in all their raw glory. The folks at Pressure Sounds have dug up some extraordinary stuff here, and as you'd hope, wrapped it all up very nicely, with extensive notes. The fist disc includes performances of "Igziabeher (Let Jah Be Praised)", "Four Hundred Years", "Stepping Razor", "Equal Rights" and "Legalise It/
Get Up, Stand Up" and the second acoustic disc includes "Foosl Die (Wisdom)", "I Am That I Am", "Fire Fire (Babylon Burning)","Stop That Train", "Handsome Johnny", "Legalise It" and "Get Up, Stand Up". 19 tracks in all.
(Out of print.)