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noun Cocaine, see there. verb To inhale cocaine
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In recent years, Toots has recorded Marley songs with the late great man's sons Damian and Ziggy but - like the music he recorded with Marley when he was alive - it remains as yet unreleased.
I had expected some mention of the fact that another of the last true ska/rocksteady/reggae originals, Prince Buster, had died the day before - Buster and Toots & the Maytals featured in the defining Perry Henzell film, The Harder They Come (1972) - but there was nothing.
His nickname "Toots" allegedly comes from the US swing jazz saxophonist Toots Mondello, as well as trumpet player and composer Toots Camarata.
Five-time Grammy nominees, Toots & The Maytals won the Best Reggae album category in 2005 with True Love, an album which featured re-recorded classic hits alongside popular and legendary artists such as Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt and Keith Richards.
Toots follows Stacey like a shadow but he is still getting used to Paul even though they have lived together for over 10 years.
Everyone should make an effort to see Toots & The Maytals play at least once in their lifetime.
On his release, towards the end of 1967, the band officially changed their name to Toots and the Maytals.
After a couple of other songs, it was time to introduce the main man, her father Toots.
Understated at first but, it turns out, something pretty Pentecostal; this is a reggae revival meeting with Toots the preacher who's blessing us all.
Figure 1: English pseudo-plurals: Noun A DIVE 'the act of diving' PE 'a Hebrew letter' SPECIE 'money in coin' TAP 'a light rap' TAW 'a marble' TOOT 'a blast on a wind instrument' YAW 'an angular displacement' Noun B DIVES 'a rich man' PES 'part of the hind limb of a vertebrate' SPECIES 'a category of biological classification' TAPS 'a bugle call' TAWS 'a whip' ROOTS 'a woman, girl' YAWS 'an infectious disease'
BELLE VUE staged their heats of the Bags/SIS 500 yesterday, and Nigel Saunders' DYNAMO DROOPY set the standard in heat one as he beat Bev Heaton's Rock On Toots in 28.