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).
Thirty-five years have passed since the release of 'Legalize It' , Tosh's first album as a solo artist after more than a decade in the Wailers with Bob Marley and Bunny Livingston.
During that time, the Marley-Tosh signature began to achieve a worldwide notoriety that would have seriously rivaled the likes of Lennon-McCartney and Jagger-Richards, if the original Wailers had been able to stay together past 1975.
Both 'Legalize It' 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 available on very limited edition Jamaican dub plates.
Both releases will include 2 detailed inserts.
• 180 grams audiophile vinyl
• Remastered Audio
• 6 Bonus Dub tracks
• Including 2 insert sheets
A1 Legalize It
A3 Whatcha Gonna Do
A4 No Sympathy
A5 Why Must I Cry
B1 Igziabeher (Let Jah Be Praised)
B2 Ketchy Shuby
B3 Till Your Well Runs Dry
B4 Brand New Second Hand
C1 Burial (Dub Version)
C2 Whatcha Gonna Do (ShaJahShoka Dub Plate)
C3 Igziabeher (Let Jah Be Praised) (ShaJahShoka Dub Plate)
D1 Second Hand (ShaJahShoka Dub Plate)
D2 Burial (Dub Version)
D3 Legalize It (Dub Version)
Music on Vinyl - Made in EU