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Mystic Man

Mystic Man
Studio album by Peter Tosh
Released 1979
Recorded Dynamic Sound Studio, Kingston, Jamaica
Genre Reggae
Length 44:24
Label Rolling Stones Records / EMI
Producer Peter Tosh, Word, Sound and Power (Keith Sterling, Mikey Chung, Robbie Lyn, Robbie Shakespeare, Sly Dunbar)
Peter Tosh chronology
Bush Doctor
(1978)
Mystic Man
(1979)
Wanted Dread And Alive
(1981)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Rolling Stone (favorable) link

Mystic Man is an album by Peter Tosh. All songs were composed by Peter Tosh. It was released in 1979 (see 1979 in music).

Track listing

All tracks composed by Peter Tosh

  1. "Mystic Man"
  2. "Recruiting Soldiers"
  3. "Can't You See"
  4. "Jah Seh No"
  5. "Fight On"
  6. "Buk-In-Hamm Palace"
  7. "The Day The Dollar Die"
  8. "Crystal Ball"
  9. "Rumours Of War

Bonus tracks on "The Definitive Remasters" 2002 EMI CD release

10. "Buk-In-Hamm Palace (12" version)"
11. "Mystic Man (long version)"
12. "Fight On (instrumental)"
13. "Recruiting Soldiers (version)"
14. "Dubbing Buk-In-Hamm (from 12" single)"

Personnel

  • Horns Arranged By - Clive "Azul" Hunt, Mikey Chung
  • Backing Vocals - Brenda White, Gwen Guthrie, The Tamlins, Yvonne Lewis
  • Bass, Guitar - Robbie Shakespeare
  • Drums, Percussion - Sly Dunbar
  • Engineer [Assistant] - James Nichols, Michel Sauvage
  • Keyboards, Guitar, Percussion - Mikey Chung
  • Lead Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards - Peter Tosh
  • Mastered By - Dennis King
  • Organ, Piano - Robbie Lyn
  • Percussion - Uziah "Sticky" Thompson
  • Recorded By & Mixed By - Geoffrey Chung
  • Alto Saxophone, Flute - George Young
  • Baritone Saxophone - Howard Johnson
  • Tenor Saxophone, Flute - Lou Marini
  • Synthesizer [Oberheim] - Ed Walsh (tracks: A2, A4, B1)
  • Trombone - Barry Rogers
  • Trumpet - Mike Lawrence
  • Percussion - Sammy Figueroa
  • Acoustic piano on "Mystic Man" - Keith Sterling
  • Lead guitar on "Can't You See" - Ed Elizalde
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