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Equal Rights

Peter Tosh

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Equal Rights was to be the album that propelled Peter Tosh to the top of the reggae world -- the rival to onetime fellow Wailer Bob Marley. Time has shown that this lofty aspiration was not borne out, but Equal Rights remains among the handful of best, and most influential, reggae albums ever recorded. Tosh was always the most militant of the original Wailers and this album reflects that outlook. Whether it is preaching about the unity of the African diaspora ("African"), protesting conditions in South Africa ("Apartheid"), or giving a more general call to arms ("Get Up, Stand Up"), Equal Rights is a political album. This is at times crippling, as some tracks are more effective as political statements than they are as songs. This, in fact, is a primary difference between Tosh and Marley -- Marley's political statements never overwhelmed his songs. Unfortunately, this is not always the case with Tosh. That being said, "Downpresser Man" (based on a folk standard), "Stepping Razor," and his definitive version of "Get Up, Stand Up" are as good a trio of songs as you will find on any album, reggae or not. Tosh's singing is angry and forceful and the music is intricate and distinctive. On these three tracks you can see why people thought that Tosh could become a transcendent international star. The rest of the album, however, shows why he never quite lived up to that potential.
© Toby Ball /TiVo

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1
Get Up, Stand Up Album Version
00:03:28

Pauline Morris, Executive Producer - Sly Dunbar, Drums - Rick Rowe, Mastering Engineer - Bunny Waller, Background Vocal - Carlie Barrett, Drums - Chris Athens, Mastering Engineer - Skully, Percussion - Bruce Dickinson, Re-Issue Producer - Bobby Ellis, Trumpet - Dirty Harry, Tenor Saxophone - Abdul Wall, Guitar - Karl Pitterson, Guitar - Peter Tosh, Producer - Peter Tosh, Vocal - Peter Tosh, Composer - Peter Tosh, Lyricist - Peter Tosh, Guitar - Peter Tosh, Keyboards - Peter Tosh, Performer - Al Anderson, Guitar - Robbie Shakespeare, Bass - Bob Marley, Composer - Bob Marley, Lyricist - Tyrone Downie, Keyboards - Earl Lindo, Keyboards

(P) 1977 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Downpressor Man Album Version
00:06:23

Abdul Wall, Guitar - Robbie Shakespeare, Bass - Pauline Morris, Executive Producer - Rick Rowe, Mastering Engineer - Karl Pitterson, Guitar - Skully, Percussion - Bobby Ellis, Trumpet - Chris Athens, Mastering Engineer - Earl Lindo, Keyboards - Carlie Barrett, Drums - Peter Tosh, Producer - Peter Tosh, Vocal - Peter Tosh, Composer - Peter Tosh, Lyricist - Peter Tosh, Guitar - Peter Tosh, Keyboards - Peter Tosh, Performer - Dirty Harry, Tenor Saxophone - Bunny Waller, Background Vocal - Bruce Dickinson, Re-Issue Producer - Sly Dunbar, Drums - Tyrone Downie, Keyboards - Al Anderson, Guitar

(P) 1977 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
I Am That I Am Album Version
00:04:26

Abdul Wall, Guitar - Robbie Shakespeare, Bass - Pauline Morris, Executive Producer - Karl Pitterson, Guitar - Skully, Percussion - Bobby Ellis, Trumpet - Chris Athens, Mastering Engineer - Earl Lindo, Keyboards - Carlie Barrett, Drums - Peter Tosh, Producer - Peter Tosh, Vocal - Peter Tosh, Composer - Peter Tosh, Lyricist - Peter Tosh, Guitar - Peter Tosh, Keyboards - Peter Tosh, Performer - Dirty Harry, Tenor Saxophone - Bunny Waller, Background Vocal - Bruce Dickinson, Re-Issue Producer - Sly Dunbar, Drums - Tyrone Downie, Keyboards - Al Anderson, Guitar

(P) 1977 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Stepping Razor Album Version
00:05:45

Pauline Morris, Executive Producer - JOE HIGGS, Lyricist - JOE HIGGS, Composer - Sly Dunbar, Drums - Rick Rowe, Mastering Engineer - Bunny Waller, Background Vocal - Carlie Barrett, Drums - Chris Athens, Mastering Engineer - Skully, Percussion - Bruce Dickinson, Re-Issue Producer - Bobby Ellis, Trumpet - Dirty Harry, Tenor Saxophone - Abdul Wall, Guitar - Karl Pitterson, Guitar - Peter Tosh, Producer - Peter Tosh, Vocal - Peter Tosh, Guitar - Peter Tosh, Keyboards - Peter Tosh, Performer - Al Anderson, Guitar - Robbie Shakespeare, Bass - Tyrone Downie, Keyboards - Earl Lindo, Keyboards

(P) 1977 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Equal Rights Album Version
00:05:56

Pauline Morris, Executive Producer - Sly Dunbar, Drums - Rick Rowe, Mastering Engineer - Bunny Waller, Background Vocal - Carlie Barrett, Drums - Chris Athens, Mastering Engineer - Skully, Percussion - Bruce Dickinson, Re-Issue Producer - Bobby Ellis, Trumpet - Patti Matteny, A&R Coordinator - Darren Salmieri, A&R Coordinator - Dirty Harry, Tenor Saxophone - Abdul Wall, Guitar - Karl Pitterson, Guitar - Peter Tosh, Producer - Peter Tosh, Vocal - Peter Tosh, Composer - Peter Tosh, Lyricist - Peter Tosh, Guitar - Peter Tosh, Keyboards - Peter Tosh, Performer - Al Anderson, Guitar - Robbie Shakespeare, Bass - Tyrone Downie, Keyboards - Earl Lindo, Keyboards

(P) 1977 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
African Album Version
00:03:40

Abdul Wall, Guitar - Robbie Shakespeare, Bass - Pauline Morris, Executive Producer - Rick Rowe, Mastering Engineer - Karl Pitterson, Guitar - Skully, Percussion - Bobby Ellis, Trumpet - Chris Athens, Mastering Engineer - Earl Lindo, Keyboards - Carlie Barrett, Drums - Peter Tosh, Producer - Peter Tosh, Vocal - Peter Tosh, Composer - Peter Tosh, Lyricist - Peter Tosh, Guitar - Peter Tosh, Keyboards - Peter Tosh, Performer - Dirty Harry, Tenor Saxophone - Bunny Waller, Background Vocal - Bruce Dickinson, Re-Issue Producer - Sly Dunbar, Drums - Tyrone Downie, Keyboards - Al Anderson, Guitar

(P) 1977 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Jah Guide Album Version
00:04:27

Abdul Wall, Guitar - Robbie Shakespeare, Bass - Pauline Morris, Executive Producer - Karl Pitterson, Guitar - Skully, Percussion - Bobby Ellis, Trumpet - Chris Athens, Mastering Engineer - Earl Lindo, Keyboards - Carlie Barrett, Drums - Peter Tosh, Producer - Peter Tosh, Vocal - Peter Tosh, Composer - Peter Tosh, Lyricist - Peter Tosh, Guitar - Peter Tosh, Keyboards - Peter Tosh, Performer - Dirty Harry, Tenor Saxophone - Bunny Waller, Background Vocal - Bruce Dickinson, Re-Issue Producer - Sly Dunbar, Drums - Tyrone Downie, Keyboards - Al Anderson, Guitar

(P) 1977 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Apartheid Album Version
00:05:19

Abdul Wall, Guitar - Robbie Shakespeare, Bass - Pauline Morris, Executive Producer - Karl Pitterson, Guitar - Skully, Percussion - Bobby Ellis, Trumpet - Chris Athens, Mastering Engineer - Earl Lindo, Keyboards - Carlie Barrett, Drums - Peter Tosh, Producer - Peter Tosh, Vocal - Peter Tosh, Composer - Peter Tosh, Lyricist - Peter Tosh, Guitar - Peter Tosh, Keyboards - Peter Tosh, Performer - Dirty Harry, Tenor Saxophone - Bunny Waller, Background Vocal - Bruce Dickinson, Re-Issue Producer - Sly Dunbar, Drums - Tyrone Downie, Keyboards - Al Anderson, Guitar

(P) 1977 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Pick Myself Up Live Version
00:07:11

Abdul Wall, Guitar - Robbie Shakespeare, Bass - Pauline Morris, Executive Producer - Karl Pitterson, Guitar - Skully, Percussion - Bobby Ellis, Trumpet - Chris Athens, Mastering Engineer - Earl Lindo, Keyboards - Carlie Barrett, Drums - Peter Tosh, Producer - Peter Tosh, Vocal - Peter Tosh, Composer - Peter Tosh, Lyricist - Peter Tosh, Guitar - Peter Tosh, Keyboards - Peter Tosh, Performer - Dirty Harry, Tenor Saxophone - Bunny Waller, Background Vocal - Bruce Dickinson, Re-Issue Producer - Sly Dunbar, Drums - Tyrone Downie, Keyboards - Al Anderson, Guitar

1982 Pauline Morris

10
African Live Version
00:04:45

Abdul Wall, Guitar - Robbie Shakespeare, Bass - Pauline Morris, Executive Producer - Karl Pitterson, Guitar - Skully, Percussion - Bobby Ellis, Trumpet - Chris Athens, Mastering Engineer - Earl Lindo, Keyboards - Carlie Barrett, Drums - Peter Tosh, Composer - Peter Tosh, Producer - Peter Tosh, Vocal - Peter Tosh, Lyricist - Peter Tosh, Guitar - Peter Tosh, Keyboards - Peter Tosh, Performer - Dirty Harry, Tenor Saxophone - Bunny Waller, Background Vocal - Bruce Dickinson, Re-Issue Producer - Sly Dunbar, Drums - Tyrone Downie, Keyboards - Al Anderson, Guitar

1982 Pauline Morris

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Equal Rights was to be the album that propelled Peter Tosh to the top of the reggae world -- the rival to onetime fellow Wailer Bob Marley. Time has shown that this lofty aspiration was not borne out, but Equal Rights remains among the handful of best, and most influential, reggae albums ever recorded. Tosh was always the most militant of the original Wailers and this album reflects that outlook. Whether it is preaching about the unity of the African diaspora ("African"), protesting conditions in South Africa ("Apartheid"), or giving a more general call to arms ("Get Up, Stand Up"), Equal Rights is a political album. This is at times crippling, as some tracks are more effective as political statements than they are as songs. This, in fact, is a primary difference between Tosh and Marley -- Marley's political statements never overwhelmed his songs. Unfortunately, this is not always the case with Tosh. That being said, "Downpresser Man" (based on a folk standard), "Stepping Razor," and his definitive version of "Get Up, Stand Up" are as good a trio of songs as you will find on any album, reggae or not. Tosh's singing is angry and forceful and the music is intricate and distinctive. On these three tracks you can see why people thought that Tosh could become a transcendent international star. The rest of the album, however, shows why he never quite lived up to that potential.
© Toby Ball /TiVo

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