This tragic documentary tell the tale of the all too short life of one of the greatest country men in the world Peter Tosh. Told by interviews with his mother, father and friends it charts the meteoric rise to fame of Peter from 'The Wailing Wailer" to 'The Wailers' his disillusionment with Marley and the pro Christian stance that Marley took in his music to his solo career and his fights with various record labels. It ends in an all too familiar tone with the execution of Peter by some thieves in his house and the chilling words that from a young man Tosh thought would be the last he ever heard 'bumbaclat', and the sickening joke that these were indeed the last he heard before a bullet ended his great life. Its a very hard to watch documentary for it shows the gap that has been left in so may lives and echoes the murder of King Tubby in 1988 for similar reasons.
Edward 'Bigs' Allen, Lloyd 'Rocky' Allen, Andrea Davis, Sandra Dkiror, Roy Garrick, Ron Headley, Gary Isaacs, Jahbi, Junior, Kenile, Rab Leon, Lawrence Mabcoe, Sister Margaret