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  1. Dozil Reply
    Monkey Man went onto be memorably covered by the Specials on their debut LP 10 years later. The Maytals had definitely made their mark on these shores. For the album that was quickly released in its wake, they came up trumps again with Pressure Drop, with that famous hummed refrain.
  2. Mikus Reply
    Recorded live at the Reggae Sunsplash Festival in Montego Bay, Jamaica, this album is essential listening for Toots devotees. Hard-hitting performances of "Funky Kingston," "Get Up, Stand Up" (not to be confused with the Bob Marley classic), "Monkey Man" and other major hits (in Jamaica and England) leave no doubt that Toots & the Maytals.
  3. Shakree Reply
    While they never achieved the commercial success or cultural impact of the Wailers, Toots & the Maytals were nearly as important in the history of Jamaican music; like the Wailers, the Maytals thrived as ska gave way to rocksteady and then evolved into reggae, they boasted one of the island's finest singers and most charismatic frontmen in the great Toots Hibbert, and they worked with many of.
  4. Mulkree Reply
    20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of Toots & The Maytals Toots & The Maytals. out of 5 stars $ Monkey Man by Toots & The Maytals. Listen Now $ 4. Just Like That. Toots is a classic and this album is definitely a classic. Brings back memories of Jamaica and some of the other islands/5(16).
  5. Tygokora Reply
    Besides Bob Marley, Toots and his boys were probably the only reggae unit to churn out album after great album, decade after decade. This one comes late in the man's career, but the sound will be familiar for fans of Funky Kingston and his earlier records. Like those, this album's sound is half East Memphis grease, half rough-and-ready rocksteady, though the band is perfectly at ease sliding.
  6. Vujinn Reply
    Toots and the Maytals, originally called The Maytals, are a Jamaican musical group and one of the best known ska and rocksteady vocal groups. The Maytals were formed in the early s and were key figures in popularizing reggae music. Frontman Toots Hibbert's soulful vocal style has been compared to Otis Redding, and led him to be named one of the Greatest Singers by Rolling Stone.
  7. Miramar Reply
    Nov 10,  · "Just like that" de Toots and the maytals de su álbum Just like that () Toots & The Maytals Live In England The Story of a Man and a Woman - Duration.
  8. Kigajas Reply
    It was “Monkey Man” in that was just billed as The Maytals which got them noticed outside of Jamaica when it became a hit in Britain; it can be found on Reggae Greats – Toots & The.