Peter Tosh - I'm The Toughest mp3 album
Anything you can do I can do it better I'm the toughest (I'm the toughest) I can do what you can't do You'll never try to do what I do I'm the toughest (I'm the toughest). I'm the toughest (I'm the toughest). Now my little brothers You got to be good Do what's right Don't be bad-minded Take what's yours, and There'll be no fuss nor fight. Anything you can do I can do better I'm the toughest (I'm the toughest) I can do what you can't do You'll never try to do what I do I'm the toughest (I'm the toughest). Stop from doing wrongs Change your foolish plans Stop from doing wrongs Just live up like a man I'm the toughest (I'm the toughest). I'm the toughest (I'm the toughest) I'm the toughest I'm the toughest Anything you can do. I can do better I'm the toughest I'm the toughest I'm the toughest I said I love my brother I said I love my sister.
Peter Tosh - I'm the Toughest. Album: Peter Tosh (1978-1987), 2012. Bush Doctor is an album by Peter Tosh. It was released in 1978. A British record retailer banned the album upon its release because of a scratch-n-sniff sticker on its cover, that apparently smelled of ganja. Peter Tosh, born Winston Hubert McIntosh (19 October 1944 - 11 September 1987) was a reggae musician who was a core member of The Wailers who then went on to have a successful solo career as well as being a trailblazer for the Rastafari movement
Peter Tosh – The Toughest. Awesome comp of difficult to track down tunes, including early versions of "Downpresser" "I'm The Toughest" "400 Years" and "Brand New Secondhand" which are worth the album price alone, and are more soulful and raw than their rerecorded 70s album appearances. Other tracks on the album are no filler either, rather a pleasant mix of early singles likely already familiar to wailers fans, but hard to find in one collection. Classic ska and rocksteady by a PT fronted wailers! Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
Album: Soul Jazz Records Presents STUDIO ONE Freedom Sounds: Studio One In The 1960s. Peter Tosh - Stop That Train 100 Hits Reggae Rocksteady Ska, 2017 02:18. Peter Tosh - Soon Come 100 Hits Reggae Rocksteady Ska, 2017 02:18.
Peter Tosh, OM (born Winston Hubert McIntosh; 19 October 1944 – 11 September 1987) was a Jamaican reggae musician. Along with Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer, he was one of the core members of the band the Wailers (1963–1976), after which he established himself as a successful solo artist and a promoter of Rastafari. He was murdered in 1987 during a home invasion.
Peter Tosh lyrics - 121 song lyrics sorted by album, including "I Am That I Am", "Stand Firm", "Johnny B. Goode". compilation: "The Toughest" (1996). Maga Dog Amen Shame And Scandal Sinner Man The Toughest Don't Look Back Can't You See Rightful Ruler 400 Years No Sympathy Downpressor Man. box set: "Honorary Citizen" (1997)
The horns on "Moses - The Prophet" seem like sweetening, but the title track, "I'm the Toughest," "Stand Firm," and a remake of an old Wailers' track "Dem Ha Fe Get a Beatin," complete with I-Threes-style backing vocals, are some of Tosh's best songs. Only the original album's closing track, an ambitious but overwrought retelling of Genesis with Handel's "Messiah," is a major misstep. Yet even here, Tosh is pushing boundaries, adding bird and thunder sound effects to his soft guitar strumming accompaniment
This song is by Peter Tosh and appears on the album The Toughest (1996). Anything you can doI can do it betterI'm the toughest(I'm the toughest)I can do what you can't doYou'll never try to do what I doI'm the toughest(I'm the toughest). Stop from doing wrongsChange your foolish plansStop from doing wrongsLive up like a man. I'm the toughest(I'm the toughest). Now my little brothersYou got to be goodDo what's rightDon't be bad-mindedTake what's yours, andThere'll be no fuss nor fight.