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« on: July 15, 2004, 02:05:01 PM »

The first reggae album I ever bought was "Catch a Fire" the second was Toots and the Maytals Live. I got em both for 10 bucks at a flea market. The Toots live album is one of the best live performances I have ever heard. But in its new re-mastered form, released on June 15th, if you close your eyes you can almost picture yourself there. All of my favorite songs are on this disc, 54-46, Sweet N' Dandy and Pressure Drop. This album features the original Maytals Lineup and stands today as one of the best reggae performances ever captured on record. You all must check it out at

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