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17 Dec ESSENTIAL FOOTAGE OF THE 1968 DOORS

The Boston Globe (Boston, MA) December 17, 1988 by Steve Morse, Globe Staff Back in 1967, I caught the Doors in a short-lived Brighton rock club called the Crosstown Bus. I remember the...

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27 Sep "Peter Tosh, Reggae's Rebel"

New York Times September 27, 1987 By JOHN ROCKWELL ON SEPT. 11, PETER TOSH was senselessly murdered at his home in Kingston, Jamaica, at the age of 42. Since Bob Marley had died...

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18 Sep The Boston Globe

McClatchy-Tribune Information Services September 18, 1987 KINGSTON, Jamaica- An unemployed handyman considered a prime suspect in the shooting death of reggae music star Peter Tosh and two others turned himself in to...

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14 Sep "TOSH KEPT THE FAITH"

The Boston Globe September 14, 1987 by Steve Morse, Globe Staff The murder of reggae singer Peter Tosh, who died Friday after gunmen forced their way into his Kingston, Jamaica, home in an...

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10 Jul "REGGAE: PETER TOSH, BAND"

July 10, 1983 New York Times The reggae singer Peter Tosh was in his best hortatory form Wednesday at the Pier. Raising his arms, pointing his finger and sometimes quoting Scripture while...

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10 Jul "Reggae Rhythm"

Baltimore Afro-American July 10, 1979 by Stephanie Sheppard The music of reggae is emotional, and one of the top practitioners of this music is Peter Tosh who takes swipes at the power structure...

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