I start to re-upload all of them plus some new one now in January 2013. Every thing before that date as been deleted by the authority. Enjoy the music and if you like a band just buy it at your music store.

Saturday, July 30, 2011

BAUHAUS / Bela Lugosi's dead

Bela Lugosi's dead

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1. Bela Lugosi's dead

2. Boys


Friday, July 29, 2011

BAUHAUS / Live at Coachella

Live at Cochella

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Sunday, July 24, 2011

LENE LOVICH / Stateless


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LINK: stateless

1.  Home

2.  Sleeping beauty

3.  Lucky number

4.  To tender

5.  Say when

6.  Writing on the wall

7.  Telephaty

8.  Momentary breakdown

9.  I thing we're alone now

10. One in a million

11. Tonight



Mardi Gras

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LINK: mardigras

1.  Lookin' for a reason

2.  Take it like a friend

3.  Need someone to hold

4.  Tearin' up the country

5.  Someday never comes

6.  What are you gonna do

7.  Sail away

8.  Hello Mary lou

9.  Door to door

10. Sweet hitch hiker



The concert 1970

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LINK: theconcert1970

1.  Bad moon rising

2.   Born on the Bayou

3.  Commotion

4.  Don't look now

5.  Down on the corner

6.  Fortunate son

7.  Green river

8.  Keep on chooglin

9.  Night time is the right time

10. Pround Mary

11. The midnight special

12. Tombstone shadow

13. Travellin band

14. Who'll stop the rain


Tuesday, July 12, 2011

JIMMY BARNES / Hits anthology

Hits anthology

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LINK: hitsanthology

1. Driving Wheels
2. Stone cold
3. Lover, Lover
4. Too much ain't enough love
5. I'd die to be with you tonight
6. Little darling
7. Ride the night away
8. Good times
9. When something is wrong with my baby
10.Change of heart
11.Working class man
12.No second prize
13.Lay down your guns
14.(simply) the best
15.When your love is gone
16.Stand up
17.I still on your side
18.The weight
19.Let's make it last all the night

Sunday, July 10, 2011

LED ZEPPELIN / Remastered


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LINK: remastered


CD 1
01. Whole Lotta Love (5:35)
02. Heartbreaker (4:14)
03. Communication Breakdown (2:28)
04. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You (6:40)
05. What Is and What Should Never Be (4:34)
06. Thank You (4:46)
07. I Can't Quit You Baby (4:15)
08. Dazed and Confused (6:26)
09. Your Time Is Gonna Come (4:14)
10. Ramble On (4:23)
11. Travelling Riverside Blues (previously unreleased) (5:09)
12. Friends (3:54)
13. Celebration Day (3:28)
14. Hey Hey What Can I Do (previously unavailable on album) (3:55)
15. White Summer/Black Mountain Side (previously unreleased) (8:01)

CD 2

16. Black Dog (4:55)
17. Over the Hills and Far Away (4:46)
18. Immigrant Song (2:23)
19. The Battle of Evermore (5:51)
20. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp (4:17)
21. Tangerine (2:57)
22. Going to California (3:32)
23. Since I've Been Loving You (7:23)
24. D'yer Mak'er (4:23)
25. Gallows Pole (4:58)
26. Custard Pie (4:13)
27. Misty Mountain Hop (4:38)
28. Rock and Roll (3:41)
29. The Rain Song (7:39)
30. Stairway to Heaven (8:00)

CD 3

31. Kashmir (8:33)
32. Trampled Under Foot (5:35)
33. For Your Life (6:20)
34. No Quarter (7:00)
35. Dancing Days (3:42)
36. When the Levee Breaks (7:07)
37. Achilles Last Stand (10:23)
38. The Song Remains the Same (5:28)
39. Ten Years Gone (6:32)
40. In My Time of Dying (11:05)

CD 4 

41. In the Evening (6:51)
42. Candy Store Rock (4:07)
43. The Ocean (4:30)
44. Ozone Baby (3:35)
45. Houses of the Holy (4:03)
46. Wearing and Tearing (5:29)
47. Poor Tom (3:02)
48. Nobody's Fault But Mine (6:27)
49. Fool in the Rain (6:13)
50. In the Light (8:46)
51. The Wanton Song (4:06)
52. Moby Dick/Bonzo's Montreux (previously unreleased in this form) (3:50)
53. I'm Gonna Crawl (5:31)
54. All My Love (5:51)

Covers and inserts


Monday, July 4, 2011

THE ABYSSINIANS / declaration of dub

Declaration of dub

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01. Declaration of Dub (new version)
02. Good Lord Dub
03. Zion I
04. Know Jah Dub
05. Dub Abendigo
06. Y Mas Gan Dub
07. Mediation In Dub
08. Thunderstorm (Satta Massagana Dub)
09. I and I Dub
10. African Dub
11. Mark Of the Dub
12. Peculiar Dub
13. Reasonable Dub
14. There Is No End


U ROY / With a flick of my musical wrist

With a flick of my musical wrist

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U Roy & Delroy Wilson - You Keep On Running
King Sporty - For Our Desire
Charlie Ace - Ontarious Version
U Roy - Love I Tender You
Ramon & The Crystalites - Golden Chickens
Cat Campbell & Nicky Thomas - Hammering
Big Youth - Moving Version
U Roy - Festival Wise
U Roy & Ken Boothe - Medley Train
I Roy - Space Flight
U Roy - On Top Of The Peak
Big Youth - Opportunity Rock
King Tony - Speak No Evil
U Roy - Hard Feeling
I Roy - Musical Drum Sound
Prince Jazzbo - Free From Chains


Background information
Birth name Ewart Beckford
Also known as The Originator
Born 21 September 1942 (age 68)
Origin Jones Town, Jamaica
Genres Reggae

Years active 1961–present
U-Roy (born Ewart Beckford, OD, 21 September 1942, Jones Town, Jamaica) is a Jamaican musician, also known as The Originator. He is best known as a pioneer of toasting.


U-Roy's musical career began in 1961 when he began deejaying at various sound systems. This included a stint operating Sir Coxsone Dodd's Number Two set, while King Stitt "The Ugly One" ran the main set. U-Roy eventually worked with King Tubby at Duke Reid's Sound System in the late 1960s. Around this period, King Tubby had started to experiment with his studio equipment in an attempt to create new effects and sounds, which would eventually lead to a new style of Reggae called dub music. With U-Roy as his most prominent deejay and with access to some of Treasure Isle Studios' finest rocksteady rhythms, King Tubby's new sound became extraordinarily popular and U-Roy became a local celebrity. However, his first single "Earth's Rightful Ruler" was not a King Tubby collaboration; it was recorded with Peter Tosh for Lee "Scratch" Perry.
He recorded Dynamic Fashion Way (his first successful release) for Keith Hudson in 1969, and then went on to work with almost every major producer on the island: Lee Perry, Peter Tosh, Bunny Lee, Phil Pratt, Sonia Pottinger, Rupie Edwards, Alvin Ranglin and Lloyd Daley.
In 1970, Jamaican singer John Holt who was the lead vocalist of The Paragons became a fan of U-Roy's technique. Working with Duke Reid, U-Roy's fame grew through a series of singles, including "Wake the Town" and "Wear You to the Ball".
U-Roy's success continued throughout the 1970s, perhaps most famously with the album Dread in a Babylon, produced by "Prince" Tony Robinson and propelled by the album's skank smash hit "Runaway Girl". The album cover features an iconic picture of U-Roy disappearing in a thick cloud of cannabis smoke while holding a chalice and included the song "Chalice in the Palace", which in a satirical manner he imagines smoking ganja with Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom in Buckingham Palace. U-Roy had become one of Jamaica's biggest stars by the early 1980s, also garnering significant acclaim in the United Kingdom.
His most recent album was 2000's Serious Matter.
U-Roy was awarded Jamaica's Order of Distinction in the rank of Officer on October 15, 2007.
The music of U-Roy was frequently played on Joe Strummer's 'London Calling' (BBC World Service) radio show.


Calling himself, “your ace from outer space”, U-Roy revolutionized the musical style of reggae in 1969. Even though U-Roy was not the first microphone artist, he was the first to gain recognition through recording this style. U-Roy popularized and gained a wider audience for “toasting”; rapping over “versions” of popular songs remixed by dub music pioneer King Tubby. This style of vocals was a major influence on the early rap scene (Disco/Electro/Break Beat) and the later American hip-hop movement. Considered one of Jamaica's first Deejay stars, "U-Roy raised the art of toasting to new heights. He didn't just spit a few phrases here and there, he rode the riddim from the starting gate to the last furlong". U-Roy working with Duke Reid created a "version" of the Paragon’s “Wear You to the Ball” which became the first "toast" record to make an impact in 1969.
U-Roy's legacy is one of the corner-stones in the history of rap music. He is a pioneer of a style of vocal delivery that is now found in the music of many cultures all over the world.


  • Version Galore - 1970
  • Version Galore Vol 2 - 1972
  • U Roy - 1974
  • Dread In a Babylon - 1975
  • Natty Rebel - 1976
  • The Best of U Roy - 1976
  • African Roots - 1976
  • Rasta Ambassador - 1977
  • Jah Son Of Africa - 1978
  • With Words of Wisdom - 1979
  • The Originator - 1980
  • Love Gamble - 1980


U ROY / Dread in a Babylon

Dread in a Babylon

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Runaway Girl
Chalice In The Palace
I Can't Love Another
Dread Locks Dread
The Great Psalms
Natty Don't Fear
African Message
Silver Bird
Listen To The Teacher
Trench Town Rock


Saturday, July 2, 2011



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LINK: arise

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This Land Is for Everyone
Dem a Come
Jah Loves
South African Enlistment
Hey You
Let My Days Be Long
Wicked Men
Mightiest of All
Oh Lord

The Abyssinians

The Abyssinians

Performing at the Uppsala Reggae Festival, 2010
Background information
Origin Jamaica
Genres Roots reggae
Years active 1969–present
Associated acts Carlton and The Shoes
Website TheAbyssinians.com
Past members
Bernard Collins
Donald Manning
Lynford Manning
Carlton Manning

The Abyssinians are a Jamaican roots reggae group, famous for their close harmonies and promotion of the Rastafari movement in their lyrics.


The vocal trio was originally formed in 1968 by Bernard Collins and Donald Manning. Their first song was "Satta Massagana", which was strongly influenced by Carlton Manning's "Happy Land". "Satta Massagana" is a Rastafarian hymn sung partly in the ancient Ethiopian Amharic language.They recruited a third vocalist, who was still at school and often unable to attend rehearsals; He was soon replaced by Donald's brother Lynford Manning, who had previously been a member of their brother Carlton Manning's group Carlton and The Shoes.
"Satta Massagana" was first recorded for producer Clement "Coxsone" Dodd in March 1969, but he decided against releasing it, seeing no commercial potential for what he saw as a song constituting cultural subversion. In 1971, the group purchased the master tapes from Dodd for 90 pounds and released it on their own Clinch label, the single becoming a massive success, prompting Dodd to release his own instrumental and deejay versions. The group released further takes on the song on Clinch by Tommy McCook, Big Youth, and Dillinger, as well as their own "Mabrak", featuring the group reciting passages from the Old Testament. It has since been recorded by dozens of artists. The group's second release, "Declaration of Rights", featured Leroy Sibbles on backing vocals, and like their first was a huge hit in Jamaica, (and subsequently in the international market) and has been covered several times since. Their 1973 single "Y Mas Gan" was similar to "Satta" in its use of Amharic.
The group continued to record throughout the 1970s for producers including Lloyd Daley, Tommy Cowan, and Geoffrey Chung, and their debut album, Forward on to Zion was produced by Clive Hunt and released in 1976. The follow-up, Arise (1978) was recorded under stressful conditions with internal rivalries threatening to break up the group, and after the album's release, Collins left the band, to be eventually replaced by Carlton Manning. This line-up performed at the 1979 Reggae Sunsplash festival, but split up the following year.
Donald Manning had a brief solo career in the early 1980s, in which he recorded as Donald Abyssinian.
Bernard Collins launched his own version of the group in the late 1980s, with two versions of the group existing for a time. The original line-up reunited in 1998 and went on to record new material, including the singles "African Princess" and "Swing Low" and the album Reunion, although Collins was not involved in songwriting at this time. Collins left again in 1999 and released material as Bernard Collins & the Abyssinians, releasing an album the same year.


Studio albums

  • 1976 : Satta Massagana - Jam Sounds (reissued 1988 on Clinch, 1993, 2007 on Heartbeat, also released as Satta and Forward on to Zion)
  • 1978 : Arise - Tuff Gong/Virgin/Clinch
  • 1998 : Reunion - Artists Only


  • 1982 : Forward - Alligator
  • 1994 : Best of the Abyssinians - Musidisc
  • 1996 : 19.95 + TAX
  • 1998 : Satta Dub - Tabou 1
  • 1998 : Declaration of Dub - Heartbeat
  • 1999 : Last Days - Clinch (credited to Bernard Collins)
  • 2003 : Abyssinians & Friends Tree of Satta vol. 1 - Blood & Fire

Live albums

  • 2002 : Live in San Francisco - 2b1 II


Friday, July 1, 2011

TOOTS & THE MAYTALS / The very best

The very best of

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LINK: theverybest

1. Broadway Jungle
2. Bam Bam
3. 54-46 Was My Number
4. Do The Reggay
5. Pressure Drop
6. 54-46 That's My Number
7. Sweet & Dandy
8. Monkey Man
9. Pomp & Pride
10. In The Dark
11. Funky Kingston
12. Time Tough
13. Reggae Got Soul
14. Never You Change
15. Living In The Ghetto
16. Never Get Weary
17. (I've Got) Dreams To Remember
18. Spiritual Healing
19. Peace, Perfect Peace

Toots & the Maytals

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Toots and the Maytals
Origin Jamaica
Genres Reggae

Years active 1963 to early 1980s
early 1990s to present
Labels Beverley's


Website http://www.tootsandthemaytals.com/
Frederick "Toots" Hibbert
Paul Douglas
Carl Harvey

Jackie Jackson
Michelle Eugene
Leba Thomas
Marie "Twiggi" Gitten
Norris Webb
Charles Farquarson
Radcliffe "Dougie" Bryan
Andy Bassford
Past members
Hux Brown
Harold Butler
Henry "Raleigh" Gordon (deceased)
Winston Wright (deceased)
Nathaniel "Jerry" Matthias or McCarthy
Winston Grennan
Toots and the Maytals, originally called simply The Maytals, are a Jamaican musical group and one of the best known ska and reggae vocal groups. According to Sandra Brennan at Allmusic, "The Maytals were key figures in reggae music. Formed in the early 1960s when ska was hot, the Maytals had a reputation for having strong, well-blended voices and a seldom-rivaled passion for their music. Frontman Hibbert's soulful style led him to be compared to Otis Redding".


Frederick "Toots" Hibbert, the frontman of the group, was born in May Pen, Clarendon, Jamaica in 1945, the youngest of seven children. He grew up singing gospel music in a church choir, and moved to Kingston in 1958 at the age of thirteen.
In Kingston, Hibbert met Henry "Raleigh" Gordon and Nathaniel "Jerry" Mathias, forming in 1961 a group whose early recordings were incorrectly attributed to 'The Flames' and 'The Vikings' in the UK by Island Records. The Maytals first had chart success recording for producer Clement "Coxsone" Dodd at Studio One. With musical backing from Dodd's house band, The Skatalites, the Maytals' close-harmony gospel singing ensured success, overshadowing Dodd's other up-and-coming vocal group, The Wailers. After staying at Studio One for about two years, the group moved on to do sessions for Prince Buster before recording with Byron Lee in 1966. With Lee, the Maytals won the first-ever Jamaican Independence Festival Popular Song Competition with their original song "Bam Bam" (not to be confused with the Sister Nancy song of the same title).However, the group's musical career was interrupted in late 1966 when Hibbert was arrested and imprisoned for 18 months. He stated that he was not arrested for ganja, but whilst bailing a friend. He also stated that he made up the number 54-46 when writing "54-46 That's My Number" about his time in jail.
Following Hibbert's release from jail towards the end of 1967, the Maytals began working with the Chinese Jamaican producer Leslie Kong, a collaboration which yielded a string of hits throughout the late 1960s and early 1970s. These included "Do the Reggay", one of several songs released in 1968 to first use the word 'reggae' (spelled 'reggay') in a Jamaican recording; "Pressure Drop"; "54-46 That's My Number" the 1969 Jamaica festival's popular song winner; "Sweet and Dandy"; and "Monkey Man", the group's first international hit in 1970. By 1971, they had not only become the biggest act on the island, they were also (thanks to signing a recording contract with Chris Blackwell's Island Records) international stars.In 1972 they won their third Jamaica festival popular song with "Pomps and Pride". The group was also featured twice in the soundtrack to The Harder They Come, the 1972 film starring Jimmy Cliff, named as one of Vanity Fair's Top 10 soundtracks of all time.
After Kong's death in 1971, the group continued to record with Kong's former sound engineer, Warrick Lyn. Their re-instated producer Byron Lee renamed them Toots & the Maytals. The group released three best-selling albums produced by Lyn and Blackwell of Island Records, and enjoyed international hits with Funky Kingston in 1973 and Reggae Got Soul in 1975. Following the release of Reggae Got Soul, Toots & the Maytals were invited to tour as the opening act for The Who during their 1975-76 North American tour. The tour went poorly and Toots & the Maytals never went on to the success of Bob Marley or Peter Tosh in the U.S.
Toots and the Maytals' compositions would be given a second airing in 1978-80 during the reggae punk and ska revival period in the UK, when The Specials included "Monkey Man" on their 1979 debut album and The Clash covered "Pressure Drop". They were also included in the lyrics to Bob Marley & The Wailers song, "Punky Reggae Party" - "The Wailers will be there, The Damned, The Jam, The Clash, The Maytals will be there, Dr. Feelgood too". In 1982, Toots & the Maytals' "Beautiful Woman", reached number one in New Zealand, but the group had already broken up.
They reformed in the early 1990s to continue touring and recording successfully.
In 2005, the group released True Love, an album consisting of re-recorded versions of their earlier hits, alongside Bonnie Raitt, Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Trey Anastasio, No Doubt, Ben Harper, The Roots, and Shaggy. The album won the Grammy Award that year for best reggae album.
In 2006, they recorded a reggae/ska version of Radiohead's "Let Down" for the tribute album, Radiodread, by the Easy Star All-Stars. The album was a song for song makeover of the English rock band's album OK Computer into reggae, dub and ska. In August 2007 Toots & the Maytals released Light Your Light, which featured re-workings of older songs such as "Johnny Cool Man", as well as new material. The album was nominated in 2008 for a Grammy in the best reggae album category.
Toots & the Maytals hold the current record of number one hits in Jamaica, with a total of thirty one.
In March 2009 it was announced that Toots & the Maytals would be performing alongside Amy Winehouse, for their shared record label, Island Records' 50th anniversary. Winehouse has covered the band's "Monkey Man", and the act were supposed to support her at the Shepherds Bush Empire in London on 31 May 2009. However, Winehouse was forced to cancel, leaving the Maytals to play at the more intimate Bush Hall, round the corner from the Empire, to a sell-out crowd.
In the summer of 2009, Toots and the Maytals performed at the Mountain Jam festival at Hunter Mountain, New York.
In August 2011, Toots and the Maytals are due to appear at a small number of outdoor events, including Rhythm Festival


Studio albums

  • Never Grow Old -- 1963 Coxsone Dodd production (N.D. Records/Coxsone 1963 JA. LP JBL1113) (Heartbeat 1997 US. CD HB143)
  • Life could be a dream -- 1962-4 Coxsone Dodd production (Studio One 1992 JA.)
  • The Original Golden Oldies Vol.3 -- 1964 Prince Buster production (Prince Buster Record Shack 1974. LP PB11)
  • The Sensational Maytals -- 1964-5 Byron Lee & Ronnie Nasralla production (Dynamic 1965. DBL1003) a.k.a. Sensational Ska Explosion (Hol. Jamaican Gold 1993. JMC 200.112)
  • Do The Reggae -- 1966-70 Leslie Kong production (Attack 1988 U.K. ATLP103)
  • Sweet and Dandy -- 1968 Leslie Kong production (Beverley's 1969 JA. LP005)
  • From The Roots -- 1970 Leslie Kong & Warrick Lyn production (Trojan 1973 UK. TRLS65) (Sanctuary/Trojan 2003 UK. CD TJCCD091)
  • Monkey Man -- 1970 Leslie Kong production (Beverley's/Trojan 1970 JA./UK. TBL107) (House Of 1997)
  • The Maytals Greatest Hits -- 1970 Leslie Kong production (Beverley's 1971 JA. BLP021)
  • Slatyam Stoot -- 1972 Warrick Lyn production (Dynamic Sounds 1972 US. DY3331)
  • Funky Kingston -- 1972-3 Warrick Lyn, Chris Blackwell & Dave Bloxham production (Dragon 1973 UK. DRLS5002) (Mango 1973 JA. MLPS9330) (Island/Trojan 1975 US.)
  • Roots Reggae -- 1974 Warrick Lyn production (Dynamic Sounds 1974 JA. DY3343)
  • In the Dark -- 1974 Warrick Lyn production (Dragon 1974 UK. DRLS5004) (Trojan UK. CDTRL 202)
  • Reggae Got Soul -- 1975-6 Warrick Lyn, Chris Blackwell & Joe Boyd production (Mango 1976. MLPS9374) (Island 1976 US. ILPS9374)
  • Toots Presents The Maytals -- 1977 Warrick Lyn production (Chin Randy's 1977. CRRLP004) (State Records 1978. ETAT16)
  • Pass the Pipe -- Karl Pitterson & Warrick Lyn production (Island 1979. ILPS9534) (Mango 1979)
  • Just Like That -- Chris Blackwell, Karl Pitterson & Dicky Jobson production (Island 1980. ILPS9590) (Mango 1980)
  • Knock Out! -- Chris Blackwell & Toots Hibbert production (Island 1981. ILPS9670) (Mango 1981. MLPS9670)
  • Reggae Greats (Island 1984. IMCD38) (Mango 1985. MLPS9781) (Island 2001. CD remastered)
  • Toots In Memphis (Mango 1988 US. 539818, CID9906, L38958)
  • Recoup (Alla Son 1997. ASM CD01)
  • Ska Father (Alla Son 1998)
  • World Is Turning(D&F Music 2003) (XIII Bis 2005)
  • True Love (V2 2004)
  • Light Your Light 2005 Toots Hibbert production (D&F Music 2007)
  • Stinga 1 (D&F Music 2009)
  • Flip and Twist (D&F Music 2010)

Live albums

  • Live (recorded 29 September 1980) (Island 1980, ILPS9647)
  • Live at Reggae Sunsplash (recorded 4 August 1982) (Sunsplash Records 1983, VSLP8901, RS8901) (Mobile Fidelity 19??, MFCD753)
  • An Hour Live "Straight from the Yard" Dedicated to Robert Nesta Marley (recorded 4 August 1982) (Sus 1990, SUS8924) (Genes 1997, GNS8924)
  • Live in London (recorded 8 June 1998) (Trojan 1999, CDTRD420)

Compilation albums

  • Roots Reggae (The Classic Jamaican Albums ) (Trojan 2005) - six CD album boxset: Sensational Maytals, Sweet And Dandy, Monkey Man, Greatest Hits, Slatyam Stoot, Roots Reggae.
  • The Best Of Toots And The Maytals (1979)
  • Reggae Greats (1985)
  • Do the Reggae 1966-70 (1988)
  • Bla. Bla. Bla. (1993)
  • Time Tough: The Anthology (1996)
  • Recoup (1997)
  • The Very Best of Toots & The Maytals (2000)
  • 54-46 Was My Number: Anthology 1964-2000 (2002)

Other Contributions

Contemporary usage



Soundtrack appearances