Remember “Stop That Train” the great reggae song that helped put the Wailers on the map in the ’70s? If the song makes you think of Bob Marley, you’ve made a big mistake, because the man who wrote and arranged the tune, then played virtually all the instruments on it to boot, was Peter Tosh. Though Tosh was overshadowed in the Wailers by the charismatic presence of the late Marley, Tosh was the band’s musical director and as such was one of the central figures in reggae’s development.

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