Review: Music On Vinyl continues to serve up audiophile-friendly editions of classic reggae albums. Their latest offering is a translucent green vinyl version of sometime Wailers member Peter Tosh's 1983 full length Mama Africa. It remains one of Tosh's most complete sets, recorded and produced in cahoots with an all-star cast of musical collaborators including Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespeare, vocal group the Tamlins and soul legend Betty Wright. As you'd expect given the money that was spent on its' recording, it sees Tosh and company add big studio polish and 1980s rock and pop tropes to the singer's usual roots reggae riddims. While there are some curious moments - most notably reggae take on Chuck Berry's rock and roll classic 'Johnny B Goode' - for the most part it's a highly entertaining affair.