“Pass The Pipe” by Toots and The Maytals - album review

TJR says

With “Monkey Man” getting a 2-Tone makeover in '79, the timing for a new Toots & The Maytals record was good, but it seemed to pass by largely un-noticed. The record is up to standards, solid as a long player without offering blinding strength-in-depth. The best three are served up at the start; the cost of the living is getting so high on “Famine” which puts me in mind of “Starvation”, “Inside, Outside” is an invite to play his songs morning, noon and night, whilst “Feel Free” puts me in mind of “The Harder They Come”. Soulful reggae.

The Jukebox Rebel
15-Sep-2016


A1 [03:12] 6.8.png Toots and The Maytals - Famine (Frederick Hibbert) Reggae
A2 [03:39] 6.2.png Toots and The Maytals - Inside, Outside (Frederick Hibbert) Reggae
A3 [04:34] 7.2.png Toots and The Maytals - Feel Free (Frederick Hibbert) Reggae
A4 [06:16] 5.6.png Toots and The Maytals - Get Up, Stand Up (Frederick Hibbert) Reggae
B1 [05:40] 6.0.png Toots and The Maytals - No Difference Here (Frederick Hibbert) Reggae
B2 [03:27] 5.6.png Toots and The Maytals - Rhythm Down Low (Frederick Hibbert) Reggae
B3 [04:21] 5.8.png Toots and The Maytals - My Love Is So Strong (Frederick Hibbert) Reggae
B4 [05:22] 5.0.png Toots and The Maytals - Take It From Me (No Money, No Love) (Frederick Hibbert) Soul




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